It’s almost laughable to see the full lies and half-truths the New York Times spins to protect Democrats from the Justice Dept’s escalated Russia probe.
Because it’s ostensibly a newspaper, the New York Times felt obligated to report on the fact that the Justice Department is shifting the Russia probe into a criminal inquiry, giving John Durham expanded investigative powers.
Rather than being thrilled that the administration is taking seriously their paranoia about Russian involvement in American politics, the New York Times, official mouthpiece for the Democrat party, is in high dudgeon that Trump would dare to seek to get to the core truth about the matter. In this regard, it’s worth remembering that the Dems spent three years insisting that major crimes had occurred vis-a-vis Russia — provided, of course, that those crimes involved on Trump and anyone who ever worked for him in even the most limited capacity.
While Mueller’s team reluctantly noted that nothing implicated Trump and then tried, instead, to spin an obstruction fantasy, the facts that emerged — not rumor, hearsay, gossip, or fantasy, but facts — revealed that actors in the FBI, the CIA, and other alphabet Deep State agencies had created a hoax that spanned continents, all in an effort to derail Trump’s election and, when that failed, to force him out of office. Armed with information that Glenn Simpson, a journalist first bandied about when trying to knock McCain out of the running in 2008, these operatives lied to a remarkably cavalier FISA court in order to spy on Trump and other Americans for months. [Read more…]