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As the Mueller Report wraps up 2 things are taking place the first was inevitable the Democrats have gone with the full press. The first volley was 81 Subpoenas they must find a crime if they have to go back to his nursery school. It’s all they have.

The second part is the important piece. It is still not 100% certain that the government will follow through with integrity. We had an entire upper floor of the Justice department and the FBI that actively broke the Law first to cover Hillary Clinton’s espionage crimes while at the same time framing the opposition party in Federal Court with falsified evidence and perjury.

In his April 10 comments, Obama made the obvious explicit: He did not want the certain Democratic nominee, the candidate he was backing to succeed him, to be indicted. Conveniently, his remarks (inevitably echoed by Comey) did not mention that an intent to endanger national security was not an element of the criminal offenses Clinton was suspected of committing – in classic Obama fashion, he was urging her innocence of a strawman crime while dodging any discussion of the crimes she had actually committed.


Ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page admitted under oath Obama’s DOJ ordered no charges against Hillary

The pieces of the coup to undermine the Constitution of the United States of America are coming undone. Evidence from various sources now confirms that Obama’s CIA, DOJ and FBI illegally spied on the Trump team starting in 2015 and then built a coup to prevent him from winning the election and later remove him from office!

BREAKING… CONFIRMED: Obama’s CIA, DOJ and FBI Started Targeting the Trump Campaign in 2015 – Long Before What Comey Claimed (July 2016)!

The Obama Administration used the intelligence and justice apparatus of the United States in a manner no different than a former soviet leader would have used the KGB against a political opponent without of course the killing.

Obama and Clinton will never serve a day in jail, but the FBI/DOJ/NSA/CIA/IRS officials need to be prosecuted. At the very least the FBI/DOJ officials must go to jail or our system has no integrity.


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19 thoughts on “Caught in the churn

  1. waiting for the Mueller report none of this can take place until the Mueller report is turned in NYr, it’s the distraction you have it backwards.

  2. more tidbits of corruption

    In one of the most explosive parts of Strzok’s testimony, he revealed that the Department of Justice struck a deal with the FBI not to investigate the Clinton Foundation emails.

    Then-majority general counsel Zachary Somers asked Strzok if the “the Clinton Foundation was on the server.”

    Strzok said he believed that it was “on one of the servers, if not the others.” However, he noted that there was an agreement between the DOJ and Hillary Clinton that the FBI was not allowed to search Clinton Foundation emails for that information.

    Strzok: Defended Affair, Said Mueller Never Questioned Him On Bias and Revealed A DOJ Deal With FBI

  3. Stroke, Page, McCabe, Comey, Rosenstein, Yates, and Lynch ALL have to be nailed to the wall and very publically.

  4. It is still not 100% certain that the government will follow through with integrity.

    You’re right Patrick. Trump has made it clear that he will grant himself a pardon if necessary.

  5. ot

    this is what gene research is supposed to be doing

    Humans may one day have the ability to regrow limbs after scientists at Harvard University uncovered the DNA switch that controls genes for whole-body regeneration.

    Some animals can achieve extraordinary feats of repair, such as salamanders which grow back legs, or geckos which can shed their tails to escape predators and then form new ones in just two months.

    Planarian worms, jellyfish, and sea anemones go even further, actually regenerating their entire bodies after being cut in half.

    Now scientists have discovered that that in worms, a section of non-coding or ‘junk’ DNA controls the activation of a ‘master control gene’ called early growth response (EGR) which acts like a power switch, turning regeneration on or off.


  6. //only a year ago the climate wackos were saying california would NEVER be drought free due to climate change……//

    I doubt if anyone ever said that.

    Climate change will bring more rain to some places, less rain to other places, or more or less rain at times other than the normal, warmth to some places, even colder temperatures to some places at certain times.

    I think all we can be sure of is that the weather will be more extreme and that average global temperatures will stay high and/or continue to rise.

  7. California Braces for Unending Drought

    and I can pull 100 more stories……

  8. https://www.lewrockwell.com/…/end-californias-permanent-drought
    Warnings of a permanent drought in California Remember all those predictions of a “permanent drought” in California? Those were examples of why three decades of climate alarmism has not convinced the American people to take severe measures to fight anthropogenic climate change: alarmists exaggerate the science, and are proven wrong — repeatedly.

  9. Probably 90% of any nations water is “ lost “ in runoff

    Even very dry and water efficient places like Israel

    It’s not lost, it’s how nature works

  10. Yes but the important question to us over here is how much water will be lost by Brexit ? 😉

  11. Cities like Los Angeles have made bad engineering decisions by paving over Rivers

    They could do a better job at capturing rain water

  12. Colm, on March 16th, 2019 at 3:52 PM Said:
    Yes but the important question to us over here is how much water will be lost by Brexit ? 😉

    If you take into account the floods of remainers tears….quite a lot.

  13. The melt in the Arctic is accelerating and affecting weather patterns in California and the rest of the northern hemisphere:

    “The thawing of the Arctic is one of the biggest stories of our time, even if it is playing out at a pace and in a way that virtually guarantees most people will pay little or no attention to it. What’s going on is not a future concern, or simply a tragedy for polar bears; the warming Arctic is already having a tremendous impact on our world and may help explain much of the extreme weather this summer, especially in the U.S. and in western Europe. To oversimplify this only slightly, you could argue that this summer’s historic wildfires in California were predicted by heat in the Arctic.

    In recent years, the Arctic has been heating up faster than any other place on the planet. (Last winter, temperatures in the Arctic were 45 degrees Fahrenheit above normal). Last week, German climate scientist Stefan Rahmstorf wrote an excellent piece in Politico explaining why the warming Arctic is not only causing ice to melt, but changing the weather dynamics for the entire planet. “That global warming leads to more heat extremes is not rocket science and has been confirmed by global data analysis,” Rahmstorf wrote. He pointed out that we are seeing five times more monthly heat records — such as “hottest July on record in California” — than we would in a stable climate. More heat means drier soils, causing more drought and wildfires. It also means more extreme rain, given that a warmer atmosphere can suck up and then release more moisture (a global increase in rainfall records is well-documented in weather station data).

    But then Rahmstorf made a crucial point: “It’s not just that the weather is doing what it always does, except at a higher temperature level. Rather, there is growing evidence that the dynamics of weather itself are changing.”

    The basic idea, Rahmstorf argued, is that the jet stream — a band of high winds around the Northern Hemisphere that significantly influences our weather in the mid-latitudes — is changing. Researchers showed in 2015 that the jet stream has actually slowed down significantly in recent decades and undulates more. The cause is likely to be the warming of the Arctic, as the stream is driven by the temperature contrast between the tropics and the Arctic. Because this temperature difference is getting smaller and smaller, the jet stream is weakening and becoming less stable. “The weaker summer circulation means fewer weather changes, so the weather is becoming more persistent,” Rahmstorf wrote.

    It’s not only summer weather that is changing. Earlier this year, one study showed that when the Arctic is unusually warm, extreme winter weather is two-to-four times more likely in the eastern U.S. As Rahmstorf noted, “Climate change does not just mean that everything is gradually getting warmer. A certain wave pattern in the jet stream, meandering from north to south, settles for a long time and brings heat and drought or continuous rain, depending on where you are in this pattern. Such a persistent jet stream pattern has played an important role in the weather extremes of recent weeks, connecting the extremes around the Northern Hemisphere.”

    The Melting Arctic Is a Real-Time Horror Story — Why Doesn’t Anyone Care?

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