Friday, February 9, 2018

Three Pointer

(Gateway Pundit) According to the Senate Judiciary criminal referral, Steele lied to the FBI about his contacts with the media such as Yahoo News and Mother Jones. Steele previously told the FBI that he had not spoken to the media.
Grassley reveals the FBI KNEW Steele lied about his contact with media outlets, yet they DID NOT disclose this very pertinent information to the FISA court.
The referral for possible criminal charges sent from the Senate to DoJ is a gift that keeps on giving.

The referral is for dossier-fabulist Steele, for lying about his contacts with media.
That would make him eligible for charges of lying to the government under 18 USC 1001.

Bonus points: the FBI knew he was lying, and failed to inform the FISC about this fact. That makes then-Director of the FBI Comey, and whoever signed the FISA affidavit from justice - probably Rosenstein - guilty of misprision of felony, under 18 USC 4, for not reporting the fact of that felony to the court.

If Comey and the DAG discussed this joint failure to report the false Steele statements, that makes it a criminal conspiracy  under 18 USC 371.

That's hard federal prison time, bitchez.

Somehow, I can't help but suspect the senators were aware of this when they sent that referral to DoJ.

The prospect of hard time also has a remarkable way of loosening up tongues regarding higher-ups involved in directing the conspiracy.

Hannity seems to be locked onto the whole caper, too.


Anonymous said...

One wonders what kind of Fuhrer-Bunker kinda stuff these folks are gonna consider when things really start getting tight. Much as I'd like to see the whole of Matt Bracken's chart headed down to Florence (I might even settle for Marion) they've still got plenty of loyalists (to a point) and money and I just don't see them going quietly.
Things could be getting sporty as this moves on.
Boat Guy

Badger said...

Loosening tongues indeed. "Do you want what's in the cookie jar, or would you like to see what's behind Door #3?" Where's Monty Hall when you need him?

Aesop said...


I'd forgotten that the original Watergate burglars were provisionally sentenced to 30-40 years originally.

Which focused their attentions marvelously for the revelations that suddenly flowed forth.

DAN III said...

ALCON, what point in time does AG "Do-Nothing" Sessions get off his swamp weasel ass and start issuing indictments, starting with Hillary Clinton ? I'm not holding my breath. Seems Sessions is just as deserving of a short rope and a tall tree as much as the obama leftovers in both Justice and the FBI.

Anonymous said...

Did you read "Jurisprudence 101" below?

Aesop said...

The clock is definitely ticking on Sessions, but we're still right at the starting gate on any timeline.

Anonymous said...

I will take the contrarian position and posit that no accountability of consequence will occur.

Does anyone really think that any action is too far ("oh, they would never do that...") for those who perpetrated all of this for years?