You're Missing the Overall ! ! ! Part 3

© 2018 Jim Spence - Crimes committed by those in the Obama administration strike remarkable parallels with crimes committed by those in the Nixon administration. An obsession with holding power is the common denominator in the minds of those displaying patterns of criminal behavior. This power hungry mindset led to the commission of crimes by those in the Department of Justice, the Department of State, the IRS, the CIA, the FBI, and the National Security Agency under Obama. Included were Watergate-like crimes, including the creation of phony documents, the bugging of political opponents, the engagement in bogus press leaks, and most important of all, the destruction of subpoenaed evidence. The patterns of behavior that emerged from these two very corrupt eras in American history, morphed into paradoxes after their respective election outcomes.
Consider that Richard Nixon won in a landslide over George McGovern in 1972, while Donald Trump stunned the hapless Hillary Clinton in 2016. Simply put, the incumbent won in 1972 and the incumbent lost in 2016. These two separate and distinctly different political realities created divergences in the actions of the perpetrators.
Imagine the sighs of relief by the emboldened deep state charlatans in the Nixon administration in 1972. Though the Watergate cover up was well underway by November of 1972, it is critical to understand that Richard Nixon and his henchmen knew they would retain control of the Department of Justice, including the FBI, with their election victory that year. People deep inside the Nixon administration were already not talking to nosy reporters at the Washington Post about Watergate. And after their November election win, the perpetrators knew the FBI was not about to pursue the mountain of evidence trails pointing to crimes. It was the FBI’s unwillingness to do its job during this era that enraged Mark Felt and inspired him to become Bob Woodward’s source within the FBI.
Contrast this feeling of legal insulation enjoyed by the perpetrators during the Watergate era, with what must have been an incredible feeling of legal vulnerability felt by those in the Obama administration, particularly at the DOJ and FBI, early Wednesday morning November 9, 2016. It wasn’t so much the old crimes committed by Eric Holder and Lois Lerner at the ATF and IRS before the 2012 election that were the problem for Obama’s faux investigators at the FBI. It was the fact that incoming Trump appointees at DOJ would soon have access to all of the files at every agency. This would include the documents related to the use of the Steele Dossier, which the FBI knew was simply bogus opposition research, but had chosen to use to obtain what amounted to search/wiretap warrants on the GOP election campaign.
The cover up of the 2016 Trump bugging operations began with the actions of FBI Director James Comey. Comey decided even before Hillary Clinton was ever interviewed by the FBI, to treat her destruction of subpoenaed evidence (her un-secure emails) as no big deal, instead of the serious felonies they were. Comey actually wrote a memo that exonerated Clinton months before the so-called FBI investigation was completed. One of Comey’s top deep state collaborators, FBI agent Peter Strzok, was pulled off of the Clinton investigation by Comey, and assigned to lead an investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The idea no doubt, was to manufacture a legal excuse to wiretap the Trump campaign by alleging collusion. Ironically, both Peter Strzok and James Comey first covered Clinton crimes by carefully crafting the wording of their findings in a press release, as they began their clandestine bugging of her opponents at the same time.
As Strzok began the dubious Russian investigation of Donald Trump, he encouraged the FBI to use phony evidence obtained from the Clinton campaign as a legal excuse to bug GOP headquarters.
Fortunately for posterity, Peter Strzok left damning evidence everywhere that illustrates the purpose behind the absurd Russian collusion allegations. Ironically, it is because Strzok was having an extramarital affair with former FBI lawyer Lisa Page at the time, that he had a reckless propensity for texting his motivations and intentions to her. It turns out the two adulterers exchanged tens of thousands of texts on government phones. Many of their text exchanges were not only anti-Trump, they were blatantly pro-Hillary. Thanks to an extra-marital romance, FBI agent Strzok and FBI lawyer Page actually created an evidence trail explaining the FBI's motivation behind the dropping of the investigations of Hillary’s actual crimes, while simultaneously spelling out why the same FBI, used fabricated information in warrant requests, that allowed Democrats to use the machinery of government to wiretap Republicans during an election season.
In one text to Lisa Page, Peter Strzok said he was “Worried that the FBI was going too hard on Hillary” in their email investigation. When Strzok discovered evidence that Clinton’s unauthorized and unsecured server had been breached, he refused to pursue the information, knowing it would lead to the discovery of email exchanges between Clinton and Obama. This would put an investigation of multiple felonies and breaches of national security inside the White House. Any discovery process would be a nightmare for Obama.
In another Strzok text to Page, he discussed an “insurance policy” against a Trump victory. This text was sent on August 15, 2016. In a series of texts, Strzok also mentioned a meeting with then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, in which there is no doubt Strzok was referring to the bogus Steele dossier. As Lisa Page lamented in a text on the prospect of a Trump victory to Strzok, he responded saying they (presumably he, Page, and the FBI) would stop Trump’s presidency.
 “[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” Page texted.
“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” replied Strzok.
When Page was hauled up on Capitol Hill to answer for these outrageous exchanges that got both her and Strzok fired, she was asked about the meaning of the anti-Trump texts. She did not mince her words. “They mean exactly what they say,” was her defiant response. Again, thanks to the lack of anyone resembling Ben Bradlee working as a executive editor or publisher at the Washington Post, neither Strzok or Page, nor Andrew McCabe or James Comey has been indicted. Instead, a modern day Obama advocacy press has focused all of its attention on a nearly three year-old wild goose chase known as the Mueller investigation.
It is critical to see the Mueller investigation for what it is. With the election lost in November of 2016, the criminal collaborators in the Obama administration quickly realized that the best defense for all their criminal activities that were sure to be revealed, was going to be a good offense. Strzok's texts to Page defining the insidious nature of the Russian collusion allegations scam are analogous to John Dean’s testimony, as the Watergate scandal completely unraveled. The only thing missing since 2016 that could have helped define the parallels of Obama and Nixon has been any semblance of a professional journalism community (outside of GOP advocate Fox) that is actually interested in reporting on, "the overall.”
So this is where we stand. Using innuendo, and phony documents, deep state Democrats, along with scoundrels like Congressman Adam Schiff, have been leaking bogus allegations of Trump's mythical misdeeds to the press to cover for Watergate-like crimes committed by the Obama administration. Democrats have continued to make false allegations and repeat lies about Russian collusion every single day since November 9, 2016. They continue to do so because they know if they do not continue to amplify bogus suspicions in the press, their buddies are much more likely to draw scrutiny.
The Russian collusion allegation scam is THE COVER UP. And so far in American journalism-compromised America, the cover up seems to be working.