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ObamaGate No Longer A Conspiracy Theory

No, Susan Rice none of this was “by the book.”

Never Trumpers are going crazy over the constant barrage of #Obamagate hashtags on the various Social Media platforms  Unlike the hysterics we’ve witnessed from Russian-collusion believers, All Americans, including Trump supporters no longer have reason to ignore the mounting evidence that suggests the Obama administration engaged in serious corruption. Obama and FBI Director James Comey were coconspirators in a silent coup to undermine our constitutional republic.
 

“What did Obama know, what did Joe Know, and when did they know it?” Check out the video from Sean Hannity at end of the article.

It is becoming glaringly clear that contrary to protestations of Ambassador Susan Rice and Comey, what has transpired was Not “by the book.”
 
Democrats and their allies, who like to pretend that President Obama’s only scandalous act was wearing a tan suit, are going spend the next few months gaslighting the public by focusing on the most feverish accusations against Obama. But the fact is that we already have more compelling evidence that the Obama administration engaged in misconduct than we ever did for opening the Russian-collusion investigation.
 
It is not conspiracy-mongering to note that the investigation into Trump was predicated on an opposition-research document filled with fabulism and, most likely, Russian disinformation. We know the DOJ withheld contradictory evidence when it began spying on those in Trump’s orbit. We have proof that many of the relevant FISA-warrant applications — almost every one of them, actually — were based on “fabricated” evidence or riddled with errors. We know that members of the Obama administration, who had no genuine role in counterintelligence operations, repeatedly unmasked Trump’s allies. And we now know that, despite a dearth of evidence, the FBI railroaded Michael Flynn into a guilty plea so it could keep the investigation going.
What’s more, the larger context only makes all of these facts more damning. By 2016, the Obama administration’s intelligence community had normalized domestic spying. Obama’s director of national intelligence, James Clapper, famously lied about snooping on American citizens to Congress. His CIA director, John Brennan, oversaw an agency that felt comfortable spying on the Senate, with at least five of his underlings breaking into congressional computer files. His attorney general, Eric Holder, invoked the Espionage Act to spy on a Fox News journalist, shopping his case to three judges until he found one who let him name the reporter as a co-conspirator. The Obama administration also spied on Associated Press reporters, which the news organization called a “massive and unprecedented intrusion.” And though it’s been long forgotten, Obama officials were caught monitoring the conversations of members of Congress who opposed the Iran nuclear deal.
 

 
What makes anyone believe these people wouldn’t create a pretext to spy on the opposition party? If anyone does, they shouldn’t, because, on top of everything else, we know that Barack Obama was keenly interested in the Russian-collusion investigation’s progress.
 
In her very last hour in office, national security adviser Susan Rice wrote a self-preserving email to herself, noting that she’d attended a meeting with the president, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, James Comey, and Vice President Joe Biden in which Obama stressed that everything in the investigation should proceed “by the book.”
 
Did high-ranking Obama-administration officials not always conduct such investigations “by the book”? It is curious that they would need to be specifically instructed to do so. It is also curious that the outgoing national-security adviser, 15 minutes after Trump had been sworn in as president, would need to mention this meeting.
 
None of this means that Obama committed some specific crime; he almost assuredly did not. In a healthy media environment, though, the mounting evidence of wrongdoing would spark an outpouring of journalistic curiosity.
 
“But,” you might ask, “why does it matter, anymore?” Well, for one thing, many of the same characters central to all this apparent malfeasance now want to retake power in Washington. Biden is the Democratic Party’s presumptive presidential nominee, he’s running as the heir to Obama’s legacy, and he was at that meeting with Rice. He had denied even knowing anything about the FBI investigation into Flynn before being forced to correct himself after ABC’s George Stephanopoulos pointed out that he was mentioned in Rice’s email. It’s completely legitimate to wonder what he knew about the investigation.
 
Skeptics like to point out that the Obama administration had no motive to engage in abuse because Democrats were sure they were going to win. Richard Nixon won 49 states in 1972. His cronies had no need to break into the DNC’s offices and touch off Watergate. But as the FBI agents involved in the case noted, they wanted to have an “insurance policy” if the unthinkable happened.
 
In 2016, the unthinkable did happen, COLLISION from an unbelievable source — the President of the United States, and we’re still dealing with the fallout four years later. We don’t know where this scandal will end up, but one doesn’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to wonder.
 
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Democrats have a long history of bigotry and racism. In doing some research on President Johnson’s often quoted but “unconfirmed” statement: “I’ll Have Those Niggers Voting Democratic for 200 Years,” I learned that there’s no question that Lyndon Johnson was a “notorious racist and vulgarian,” despite his signing the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964.

According to historic sources, LBJ “rarely shied away from using the N-word in private.” For example, he reportedly referred to the Civil Rights Act of 1957 as the “nigger bill” in more than one private phone conversation with Senate colleagues. And he reportedly said upon appointing African-American judge Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court, “Son, when I appoint a nigger to the court, I want everyone to know he’s a nigger.”
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“If Black Lives Matter can destroy statues they deem to be offensive, why can’t the average American destroy Black Lives Matter slogans they find offensive?” ~Todd Starns
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Open Response to Prescott College President John Flicker:

Deat Mr. Flicker,

A college or university should be encouraging critical thinking and the exchange of ideas, not resorting to animus and name calling against those disagreeing with your ideology. Having a negative opinion regarding a person or an organization is NOT racist. The term racism is so overused in our day that it has been rendered virtually meaningless.

According to their own website, the organization known as “Black Lives Matter” has more to do with Marxist revolutionary ideologies than simply being concerned about Black Lives.

Using the RACE card yourself and supporting BLM is highly indicative of your own partisan agenda.

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The following statement is from Prescott College President John Flicker:

"We are dismayed to see the ugly racist messages circulating on social media in our community about Patrisse Cullors, a member of our faculty at Prescott College. Patrisse is a professional artist and educator living in Los Angeles who is the Faculty Director of our online Master of Fine Arts program. Her inspiring work is recognized across the globe and we are honored that she is a part of the Prescott Community. She is also a co-founder of Black Lives Matter.

We strongly support Patrisse’s academic freedom as a member of our faculty and her right of free speech as a citizen. We also strongly support the efforts of Black Lives Matter to achieve a more just society for all Americans.

These racist messages are unacceptable and do not represent the values of our community, and we are grateful for the growing number of messages we are receiving supporting Patrisse and her work. If you support Patrisse and her work join the cause and continue to speak out against racism."

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House Democrats vote unanimously against a resolution condemning VIOLENT PROTESTS.

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