WestExec – Meet the firm that’s running our country & Biden and is fearful of

We keep asking who is the man behind the curtain that is running our country and that Biden is so fearful of in “getting in trouble.” We have a major clue and it comes in the name of WestExec with well over 23 executives of their executives finding their way to Biden’s door. Just who are they? One thing is for sure they have loaded up offices in Biden’s government. As far as Secretary of State Blinken fellow goes, he is the co-founder and managing director.

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Many of the highest-ranking members of the Biden administration came from the same shadowy firm. It is a relatively new name among revolving-door power brokers in Washington D.C., which makes it all the more surprising.

Founded in 2017, WestExec describes itself as a “diverse group of senior national security professionals with the most recent experience at the highest levels of the U.S. government. With deep knowledge and networks in the fields of defense, foreign policy, intelligence, cybersecurity, international economics, and strategic communications, our team has worked together around the White House Situation Room table, deliberating and deciding our nation’s foreign and national security policies.”

WestExec has staffed the administration with over 23 of its executives, who have sprawled out across the national security and intelligence apparatus. The Intercept and The American Prospect dug into these profiles, and some of the biggest names in government are among them, including:

  • Tony Blinken, U.S. Secretary of State; Co-founder and managing partner of WestExec
  • Avril Haines, Director of National Intelligence; Principal
  • David S. Cohen, Deputy Director at the CIA; Principal
  • Lisa Monaco, Deputy Attorney General; Principal
  • Chris Inglis, National Cyber Director; Principal
  • Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary; Senior Adviser
  • Ely Ratner, Asst. Sec. of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs; Senior Adviser

It is an impressive list, as concerning as it might be that one security cabal could singlehandedly consolidate such influence in one presidential administration. But the list isn’t finished yet.

  • Colin Thomas-Jensen, National Security Director for USAID; Senior Adviser
  • Michael Camilleri, Sr. Adviser to USAID Admin.; Senior Adviser
  • Gabrielle Chefitz, Special Asst. to Under Sec. of Defense for Policy; Senior Associate
  • Julianne Smith, Senior Adviser to Sec. of State; Senior Adviser
  • Barbara Leaf, Senior Director for Middle East, NSC; Senior Adviser
  • Elizabeth Rosenberg, Counselor to Deputy Sec. of Treasury; Senior Advisor
  • Matt Olsen, Asst. Attorney General; Principal

“The WestExec to Biden administration pipeline, part two. Not pictured: senior adviser to the domestic policy adviser Erin Pelton; director of scheduling for the secretary of state Sarah McCool; nominee for assistant secretary of defense Celeste Wallander; Biden-Harris transition team advisers Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Cristina Killingsworth, Jay Shambaugh, and Puneet Talwar; deputy director for the U.S. Cyberspace Solarium Commission John Costello; and vice chair of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence Robert O. Work.”

“Even Bidenworld’s backbenchers are entangled in the firm,” the Intercept/American Prospect report states. “The Biden-Harris transition team was advised by WestExec consultants Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Puneet Talwar, Jay Shambaugh, and Cristina Killingsworth. Further, the firm’s members oversee influential nonpartisan federal commissions: Robert O. Work at the National Security Commission for Artificial Intelligence and John Costello at the Cyberspace Solarium Commission.

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“The private sector can in essence co-opt the public sector.”

The Intercept:

”WestExec does not affirmatively share its clients, and public financial disclosure forms only offer broad outlines. Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis, says that government ethics laws written decades ago aren’t equipped to handle a situation in which a single firm launches 15 senior officials. “Yes, they’re employed by the government, I’ll grant you that. But are they actually working for the American people or not? Where does their loyalty lie?” said Clark. “The private sector can in essence co-opt the public sector.”

…..The firm describes one of its chief selling points as its “unparalleled geopolitical risk analysis,” now confirmed by the saturation of its employees in positions of power. WestExec has also succeeded in getting tech startups into defense contracts and helped defense corporations modernize with tech; it worked to help multinational companies break into China. One of its collaborators is the defense-centered investment group Pine Island Capital Partners, which launched a SPAC, or “blank check” company,” last year. Tony Blinken advised Pine Island and was a part owner. (Michèle Flournoy, another WestExec co-founder, had her nomination to be secretary of defense nixed. President Joe Biden instead nominated Lloyd Austin, himself a former Pine Island partner but not a WestExec consultant.)

BLINKEN, NOW SECRETARY OF STATE, advised household names like telecommunications giant AT&T, defense contractor Boeing, shipping magnate FedEx, and the media company Discovery as a WestExec founding partner. He worked for Big Tech pillars Facebook, LinkedIn, Microsoft, and Uber. He helped niche companies like speakers bureau GLG, art seller Sotheby’s, and biopharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences. Blinken also lists clients that are global investment firms and asset managers, like Blackstone, Lazard, Royal Bank of Canada, and the multinational conglomerate SoftBank — which does extensive business with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He even advised the consulting group McKinsey & Company. Though Blinken left WestExec in July 2020 — after The American Prospect inquired about the relationship — each of these businesses has an international profile that may impact his calculations as he implements Biden’s foreign policy.

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Tucker Carlson blind sides Trey Gowdy on his conflicting Russiagate stories

 

Tucker flattens Gowdy last night and it was a beautiful thing. Yesterday I posted that Gaetz pulled the first string on Gowdy’s unraveling at the end of the Hannity program on Friday.Representative Gaetz blasts Gowdy, Ryan for not using subpoenas

Didn’t take the drums long to start to pound on Hannity’s program and he was quickly wisked off the air….. I will add a few portions of earlier posts just to tie the bow on the package.

Here we go with Tucker last night…….

 

 

Trey Gowdy, Judge Napalitano flip on Trump – ‘Mueller doing it by the book’

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) recently suggested the FBI did nothing wrong when it used at least one government informant to secretly collect information on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Public reports indicate, however, that Gowdy never even reviewed the relevant documents on the matter subpoenaed by Congress. In fact, a spokeswoman for Gowdy told The Federalist that the congressman doesn’t even know what documents and records were subpoenaed by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI).

The briefing Gowdy and other lawmakers attended was scheduled at the behest of the White House after the Department of Justice (DOJ) obstructed the subpoena.

Activists and journalists were thrilled with Gowdy’s comments exonerating the FBI, claiming they “debunked” any concerns that people have about FBI behavior. CNN’s Manu Raju claimed, without providing evidence, that Gowdy had “seen the intel.”

 

 

Here we have Napolitano on Gowdy’s disputing of Trump’s ‘spygate’ claims. Included clips from the field day the MSM is having with it.

 

I guess we knew this was coming. Earlier this year:

Many of us bloggers wondered why the story

Uranium One Informant spills the beans yesterday to congress, no recording taken  

Guess who is chair of the Committee and the members? Guess who is retiring? The likely suspects?

  • Trey Gowdy, South Carolina, Chair.
  • Jimmy Duncan, Tennessee.
  • Darrell Issa, California.
  • Jim Jordan, Ohio.
  • Mark Sanford, South Carolina.
  • Justin Amash, Michigan.
  • Paul Gosar, Arizona.
  • Scott DesJarlais, Tennessee.

I will let you connect the dots….. Gowdy has been on Trump’s tail and throwing him under the bus all week, why?

 

Other than that all is well in the swamp.

 

 

Is America’s Ship of State Floundering?

 

Is America’s Ship of State Floundering?

by Mustang

The “ship of state” is an oft-cited metaphor that first appeared in Book IV of Plato’s Republic.  Plato (424-347 BC) likened the governance of the state to the command of a ship.  He argued that the only men fit to captain this ship are members of the intelligentsia, who vested with absolute power, will act magnanimously and this in turn will create a better society.

America has become a ship of state in the sense of Plato’s ideal Republic, only rather than being controlled by benevolent philosopher kings, the American people are under the thumb of unelected bureaucrats who regard themselves as a political elite class; men and women who know better than we do about the things to affect our lives, our families, and our communities.

Rather than one beneficent dictator, we are today governed by hundreds of little dictators, all of whom, individually and collectively, exercise absolute power over us.  Whenever one of these little dictators goes away, for whatever reason, they are quickly replaced by another just like him (or her).

There are 18 million people working in government —more people than work in all the factories in the United States.  Of these, around 15 million work for state and local government with the balance working for the federal government.

Eighteen million people who depend on American taxpayers for their salaries, their retirement benefits, their medical care, so it makes sense that these employees largely support Democrats because they benefit from the tax and spend policies of Democrat politicians at every level of government.

People always vote in their own perceived interests.  The more money there is to spend, the more money there is for salaries and benefits.  In the federal government, the largest nest of these snakes resides within the State Department; in second place the Postal Department.

That’s the situation in America today.  How we arrived at our present condition involves several significant events occurring in the 1960s —each one contributing to the division of the American people and their Republic, which seems to have been the primary goal of the Democratic Party since its inception in 1828.

  1. In 1940, only one American male in fifty attended college or university, so it was not a major consideration in granting college/university students deferments from military service.  Twenty to twenty-five years later, the number of young men attending college was close to half of the male population.  Within the US population, young men who attended college were deferred from mandatory military service in the Vietnam War.  If one happened to be a mechanic, a grocery clerk, an electrician, a plumber, or a bulldozer operator —those who either couldn’t afford to attend college, or had no interest in doing so, went conscripted and shipped off to war.  This completely unfair system created the notion that wealthy people (those who could afford college) were better than those who toiled in the trades.  These wealthy people internalized this, and people of less means resented it.  Psychologically, it set into motion the now-frequent mantra of rich vs. poor, us vs. them in the United States.
  1. During Jack Kennedy’s presidency, women were essentially united in their womanhood.  Most women believed that the ideal age for marriage was around 27-years of age.  No one back then thought that “never” was the correct answer.  In 1960, only 15% of married women, and 16% of single women believed that it was “okay” to have an extramarital affair.  But then the feminist movement evolved, and women were placed into two categories: married women (believing in the traditional role of womanhood), and unmarried women (having no interest in long-term relationships with men).
  1. In 1964-65, President Lyndon Johnson badgered members of Congress into passing two acts: the Civil Rights Act (1964) and the Voting Rights Act (1965).  On their face, there is nothing untoward about equal rights under the law.  But the result of these acts was the emergence of bureaucracies that usurped the United States Constitution and redefined democratic republicanism.

The road to hell is paved with good intentions.  The effects of civil rights legislation were several, of course, but its result was the concentration of power inside Washington, D. C., handing to bureaucrats the authority to create new laws, and enforce these laws through federal prosecution.  Bureaucrats created new crimes, making discrimination (for example) illegal in almost every aspect of American society.

They revoked our Constitutional right of association and free speech.  The Supreme Court ruled that all speech is protected, particularly offensive speech, but bureaucrats overturned case law by defining “hate speech” and then making it a federal crime.  New agencies were created to hunt down American law breakers, haul them into court, and demand retribution in the form of prison sentences or heavy fines.

The enlightened philosopher-dictators gave us the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission, a massive expansion of the Civil Rights Commission.  It spread like a cancer so that within a short time, each agency of the government had its own branch of the EEOC.

It placed the federal bureaucracy in the position of dictating to all other government agencies, federal, state, or local, as well as to private enterprises with more than fifteen employees, how they would hire, reprimand, or terminate employees.  To help facilitate this, elitist agency heads —those who know better than everyone else— helped disgruntled employees file federal lawsuits.  America’s judges fell into line, of course.

The effect of this usurpation of our constitutional rights was that it changed how Americans made decisions affecting their “life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.”

The Voting Rights Act, in seeking to give equal voting rights to all Americans, actually created different rights for citizens depending upon where one happened to live in the United States.  The spirit of the law was to shame southern states (at the time mostly run by Democrats) into compliance with laws imposed by northern Democrats.  Lyndon Johnson pushed hard for this legislation; he needed blacks voting Democratic and he succeeded.

In any case, most of America had no problem with desegregation; it was a problem in the south, not in Michigan.  What the people of Michigan didn’t know was that the laws written to address southern issues would soon affect them as well.

When racial segregation was halted, federal power was not suspended —it was increased.  For example, in the Civil Rights Act of 1964, there was no mention of racial quotas for public schools.  That came later —at the direction of a bureaucrat.  Busing children wasn’t in the original legislation, either.  It came about because school districts could not fulfill their federally mandated racial quota.  Judges decided this issue, not the people.

And then government dictators demanded affirmative action, a program where exceptionally qualified candidates for educational programs were denied entry in order that remarkably unqualified applicants could gain admission.  Even when the courts sided with exceptionally qualified complainants, they never got around to changing what has evolved as one of the United States’ more idiotic demands.

But affirmative action was working well enough to feed the irrational extremism of the federal bureaucracy.  Suddenly, civil rights legislation was feeding the never-satiated demands of immigration advocates.  The American people never voted for bilingual education at their expense, Congress never included it in the original legislation, but the Supreme Court upheld some bureaucrat’s decision in 1974.  What was this bureaucrat’s name?  No one knows.

Civil rights policy even came to overrule legislation that had nothing to do with civil rights law.  The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 is an example of this … intended to become the foundation upon which modern immigration policy would evolve.

Three million illegal immigrants from northern Mexico were granted amnesty and citizenship, but to ensure that immigration never again got out of hand, strict laws and harsh penalties would force employers to avoid hiring non-citizens.  It was a sham, however, because civil rights law prohibited employers from asking potential employees, who looked Hispanic, their place of birth or immigration status; there was, as a practical matter, no bar to illegal immigration.

In time, the bureaucrats took over; the people no longer control their own destinies through elected representatives.  Johnson’s civil rights laws have replaced the U. S. Constitution; it gave administrators and judges the power to override the normal course of constitutional democracy.

It gave them the power to declare national emergency on the basis of morality, rather than defensive exigency —which is to say, usurping the power of the American people on humanitarian grounds rather than on enemies gathered at the gate.

But before this was possible, bureaucrats had to create a class of officially recognized scoundrels.  It is by now a well-established pattern, widely adopted by federal bureaucracies, to guarantee a future demand for their continued services

We began this journey intending to ensure that black Americans enjoyed the same rights and privileges of citizenship as every other citizen, but where we are now extends that noble cause into other areas of American life, insisting that citizens with no other sin than in believing the same things they did ten or twenty years ago conform to the demands of progressive bureaucrats who, as always, know better than the rest of us about everything.

Now, other groups are enabled to advance their cause by bureaucratic fiat-accompli and judicial decree, and this enables these disparate groups to form coalitions or electoral majorities.  It is indeed possible because anyone who is not a white heterosexual can benefit from civil rights laws in some way.

It then becomes a matter of figuring out how to climb aboard the progressive band wagon.  One clever ploy was the invention of the term “people of color,” a coalition organized against either non-people of color or people of non-color, with the intention of ensuring that white society gets a smaller share of America’s bounty.

We have two primary political parties in the United States (and an occasional assortment of others that have no political power at all beyond upsetting one of the two main groups).  The parties consist of (a) individuals who perceive that they have benefitted from the Constitution (conservatives), and (b) individuals who perceive that they have been harmed by the Constitution (progressives).  Conservatives insist that the federal government follow the law (Constitution), whereas progressives insist that the Constitution of 1787 is void and that we must instead throw our lot behind bureaucracies to achieve social justice.

But what have the bureaucracies given us beyond a floundering ship?  What have they stolen?  What must we do to right the ship?

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That which is not good for the beehive cannot be good for the bees.  —Marcus Aurelius

Mustang also blogs at Fix Bayonets and Thoughts From Afar

Former CIA Director McLaughlin on Trump Impeachment: ‘These are people responding to a higher calling’

 

‘These are people … are responding to a higher call’  Yes, higher and beyond the constitution. Beyond the votes of the American voters. Worse is the clip of pompous Brennan. He thinks he is out of reach of justice. If so, we have lost our country. We no longer have a Republic but we have had suspicions of that already. We shall see.

From yesterday’s George Mason University forum on election security at the National Press Club:

 

No more beating around the bush. The Deep State has won this round.

The so called “Whistleblower”

A protégé of former CIA Director John Brennan has been identified by Paul Sperry of RealClearInvestigations as the so-called “whistleblower” whose claims were the proximate cause of the Schiff–Pelosi impeachment proceeding against Trump. Eric Ciaramella, the son of a bank executive and a 2008 Yale graduate, was evidently handpicked by Brennan in 2015 for the National Security Council as an expert on Ukraine policy.

At the White House, Ciaramella worked closely with Susan Rice, Obama’s national security adviser, and also with Obama’s Vice President Joe Biden. Perhaps the most troubling revelation in Sperry’s article was that Ciaramella also worked closely with Alexandra Chalupa, a Democratic National Committee operative who, in 2016, left her DNC job to pursue her own “investigation” of the Trump campaign (See “Former DNC Official Partnered With Convicted Bomb Maker To Investigate Trump,” Daily Caller, March 21, 2017).

For weeks, Schiff and other Democrats have insisted that the identity of the “whistleblower” is a closely guarded secret, but sources told Sperry that Ciaramella’s identity was in fact widely known

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Transcript of the first clip:

BRENNAN: “But there is something unique you have to agree, that now the impeachment inquiry is underway, sparked by complaint from someone within the intelligence community. It feeds the President’s concern and often used term about a ‘deep state’ being there to take him out.”

MCLAUGHLIN: “Thank God for the deep state.

(Laughter) (Applause)

I mean, I think everyone here has seen this progression of diplomats and intelligence officers and White House people trooping up to Capitol Hill right now and saying these are people who are doing their duty or responding to a higher call. It doesn’t — I guess it doesn’t — well, think about it for a minute, with all of the people who knew what was going on here, it took an intelligence operative — officer to step forward and say something about it. Which was the trigger that then unleashed everything else. Why does that happen? I’ll tell American people why that happens, this is the institution in the U.S. government that, with all of its flaws and it makes mistakes, is institutionally committed to objectivity and to telling the truth. It is one of the few institutions in Washington that is not in a chain of command that makes or implements policy. Its whole job is to speak the truth. It’s engraved in marble in the lobby.”

Other than that, all is well in the swamp.

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Nancy Pelosi’s brother-in-law is given $737m of taxpayers’ money to build giant solar power plant in middle of the desert

Nancy Pelosi’s brother-in-law was given $737 Million taxpayer dollars to build giant solar power plant in middle of the desert – THAT NEVER GOT BUILT

No wonder Nancy is sweating bullets. Once you start investigating the deep swamp one never know where it may lead. There a a lot more rumors of Nancy’s being a benefactor of other untoward activities as well as relatives of her position enjoying the largess  .. stay tuned. Good old Solyndra.. the chickens are coming home to roost.

 

From the

Daily Mail

 

  • Obama administration approved $1bn in green energy loans days after failed Solyndra project due to be completed
  • $737m handed to Crescent Dunes project in Tonopah, Nevada, for 110-megawatt desert solar power plant
  • Investors include firm Minority leader’s brother-in-law and major Solyndra stakeholder
  • Republicans warn Energy Department is ‘rushing’ $5bn in loans ahead of Friday deadline

 

Recall an earlier post…Pelosi and her Ukraine legislative aide is no friend of Trump

 

Feds say Michael Flynn hindering case by pushing conspiracy theories

 

With the total news focus on the attempted coup of one Donald J. Trump it is easy to miss the little stories of the Deep State. They are equally important as we get a glimpse into their continued machinations.

Michael Flynn

None reveal more than the continuing saga of Michael Flynn. No need to review the sordid details of how we got here. But the poor fellow is still being hounded by the DOJ. Paging AG Barr? Can you not get the boot of the government off his face? This tells us the DOJ marches on to their own drummer.

From NBC News

Federal prosecutors this week accused Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, of trafficking in conspiracy theories as part of his effort to force the government to turn over documents from the Russia probe.

Flynn, who cooperated in the special counsel investigation after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI, has taken an adversarial stance  Ed: (you can laugh here) since hiring a new legal team in June.

In a court filing in late August, Flynn’s attorneys accused prosecutors of suppressing exculpatory evidence and alleged that he was targeted by federal agents for “concocted and political purposes.”

In a new motion, prosecutors offered a stinging response to Flynn’s legal salvo.

“It is a fishing expedition in hopes of advancing conspiracy theories related to the U.S. government’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election,” wrote the prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.

Among the Flynn claims the prosecutors rebut is the allegation that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said during the investigation, “First we f— Flynn, then we f— Trump.”

Prosecutors said Flynn’s lawyers first raised the claim in January 2018 and sourced it to an email from a news reporter. After the government debunked it, the new court papers say, the defense revived it last July and this time sourced it to a staff member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

“Once again, the government reviewed information and conducted interviews, and once again confirmed that the allegations were completely false,” the prosecutors said.

…. best laugh line in the post:

“The motion even attacks attorneys in the Special Counsel’s Office who had no role in the criminal investigation of the defendant,” the court papers say.

It is worth rolling over to the full story just so we can keep our finger on the pulse.. Read more at NBC News

Flynn has a very sympathetic Judge who has castigated the DOJ. Flynn has a new legal team. What is clear is that once again the DOJ is still trying to break him financially. Month after month Flynn has to return to court.

Other than that all is well in the swamp.

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‘Whistleblower’ Is Represented by former Schumer and Hillary Clinton Operative!

 

The Deep State “whistleblower” who spoke out on President Trump’s call to the Ukrainian President in July, but who was not on the call, has hired a former Schumer and Hillary Clinton staffer Andrew Bakaj to represent him/her.

Recall

 

This comes on the heels of Schiff hiring Daniel Goldman as the panel’s director of investigations. Goldman worked out of the Southern District of New York and specializes in Russian organized crime.

Goldman is also a fellow at the George Soros-funded Brennan Center for Justice, with offices in New York City and Washington, DC.

Called connecting the dots. The fix is in.

Attorney Andrew Bakaj is representing an anonymous client who filed a whistleblower complaint based on rumors.

Bakaj released this statement on Tuesday evening following Democrat Speaker Pelosi’s statement to launch impeachment proceedings.Statement and Associated Documents here: https://compassrosepllc.com/intelligence-community-whistleblower-matter/ 

 

Andrew Bakaj
Via The Federalist.

The anonymous person who filed a formal, uncorroborated complaint against President Donald Trump for allegedly asking a foreign leader to investigate corruption related to Joe Biden now has a legal team that includes a Democratic operative who worked for Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.).

Andrew Bakaj, now a managing partner at the Compass Rose Legal Group, interned for Schumer in the spring of 2001 and for Clinton in the fall of the same year, according to Bakaj’s LinkedIn page. More recently, Bakaj has worked as an official in the CIA and Pentagon and specializes in whistleblower and security clearances in his legal practice.

Andrew P. Bakaj@AndrewBakaj

BREAKING NEWS: Statement Concerning the Intelligence Community Whistleblower

Statement and Associated Documents here: https://compassrosepllc.com/intelligence-community-whistleblower-matter/ 

Intelligence Community Whistleblower Matter | Compass Rose Legal Group, PLLC

September 24, 2019, Statement from Intelligence Community Whistleblower Legal Team September 24, 2019, Letter from Andrew P. Bakaj, Attorney for Intelligence Community Whistleblower to Acting…

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Schiff: ‘Biden Ukraine Scandal should be off limits’

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) said on Sunday that Joe Biden’s Ukraine corruption scandal should be off limits as the 2020 US election approaches, and that President Trump shouldn’t be allowed to investigate – or encourage Ukraine to investigate.

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Supreme candidate Kavanaugh, from the deep state, led murdered Vince Foster coverup

 

 

The candidate for the Supreme Court Kavanaugh, a leading candidate, hails from the worst part of the swamp. We will look at his participation in the coverup of the murder of Vincent Foster as he “led the investigation into the death of the deputy WH counsel Vincent W Foster Jr.” and what most don’t know about the investigation. His CV only worsens the concern.

At the 2004 confirmation hearing for Kavanaugh, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) stated: “Mr. Kavanaugh served in the Office of Independent Counsel under Judge Starr, where he conducted the office’s investigation into the death of former Deputy White House Counsel Vincent W. Foster, Jr.”  A 1998 New York Times article also states that Kavanaugh “led the investigation into the death of the deputy White House counsel Vincent W. Foster Jr.”

Brett Kavanaugh Associate Independent Counsel discussed the problem with the brown car with Reed Irvine of Accuracy in Media.

And now we will pick apart piece by piece Kavanaugh and his investigation into Vince Foster’s death. Why I think he is from the deepest of the swamp. Why he should have never ever been considered for the Supreme court. Why he will be nominated by one Donald Trump.

This is the only time in history that

an Independent Counsel was ordered to include

evidence of a cover-up by his own investigators in his own Report

 

We will get to candidate Supreme Kavanaugh in a minute and his car thing but first-

To get us started and to set things up, let’s take a look at this:

 

 

 

 

First as a point of reference.The American news media falsely reported that Starr’s report was 114-pages long, concealing the existence of the appendix, which made it 137 pages long. 

The appendix includes copies of twenty-five federal investigative records, proving six areas of cover-up:

(1)     There was a bullet hole in Mr. Foster’s neck

(2)     Photographs of that bullet hole vanished

(3)     X-Rays of that bullet hole vanished

(4)     The gun was did not belong to Mr. Foster

(5)     Mr. Foster’s car was not in the park

(6)     Patrick Knowlton suffered grand jury witness intimidation

The Special Division denied Starr’s motion to reconsider

Two years later, in December of 1999, there was filed another motion in the Special Division, asking that Starr substitute, and replace, the 20 pages earlier attached, for our 500-page Report on the matter.  That Report was later published as Failure of the Public Trust, after having been submitted in various federal District Courts, and the Supreme Court

PROOF THAT X-RAYS WERE TAKEN

“Note that on the very bottom, above Dr. Beyer’s signature, are the boxes which are checked indicating that both photographs AND X-Rays were taken.” Where are they? Oh right, something was wrong with the x-ray machine.. and the photos? Hmm. Just didn’t come out.

Documents were discovered in the National Archives that were written by lead investigator Rodriguez, including a 31-page memorandum to his fellow prosecutors in the OIC dated December 9-29, 1994 on the subject of “November 29, 1994 Meeting Concerning Foster Death Matter And Supplemental Investigation Prior to Grand Jury.”  The memorandum explains why the evidence does not support a conclusion of suicide in the park and states in its first paragraph that Kavanaugh was at the meeting.  At pages 18-20 of the memorandum, Rodriguez states that he has seen two photographs of Foster’s neck that show a wound on the neck.  The government’s official conclusion was that there was no wound on the neck.

The press publicized the search of Fort Marcy Park for the fatal bullet to give the public the impression Starr was doing a thorough investigation.  The bullet was never found because it remained in Foster’s head.  Rodriguez discovered that the FBI, with the assistance of Doctor James Beyer, had destroyed the evidence that showed the bullet remained in Foster’s brain.  People asked Rodriguez if exhuming Foster’s body for an X-ray could reveal the bullet trajectory.

THE GREY HONDA

The conclusion that Vincent Foster committed suicide depends on yet another provable lie – that Foster drove his children’s gray Honda to Fort Marcy Park.

Supreme court candidate Brett Kavanaugh previously of the Independent Counsel discussed the problem with the brown car with Reed Irvine of Accuracy in Media.

Associate Independent Counsel Brett Kavanaugh admitted that “all the police and medical personnel that were in the park also described [the car] as brown.”  Vincent Foster’s car was NOT BROWN.

Foster did not drive to the crime scene at Fort Marcy Park, contrary to press reports.On October 10, 1997, when the 137-page official report, vol 1vol 2, was released to the public, the American press concealed the evidence of the cover-up, and only reported on the existence of the first 114 pages of the report.

Narrator

Kavanaugh’s statement that people clearly saw Foster’s car is not true.  Descriptions of a brown car are not descriptions of Foster’s gray car.  How does Kavanaugh resolve the problem?

Brett Kavanaugh

So, people were screwed up on the colors, period.

Narrator

Brett Kavanaugh called eyewitnesses “screwed up” because what they saw did not agree with the desired result.

But Kavanaugh slipped up.  He admitted that all of the police and medical personnel saw a brown car.

Brett Kavanaugh

Well it all comes down to that brown car issue, right?   Ah, all the police and medical personnel that were in the park also described it as brown.

Narrator

The conclusion that Vincent Foster committed suicide depends on yet another provable lie – that Foster drove his children’s gray Honda to Fort Marcy Park.

Reed Irvine asks Associate Independent Counsel Brett Kavanaugh what evidence he has that Vince Foster’s car was at Fort Marcy Park when Foster was already dead.

 

“You don’t tape these calls do you Reed?” (The individual named Knowlton in the clip below was an eye witness to the Rust Brown Honda and has stuck to his story.)

 

 

 

I leave you with this:

Former associate Independent Counsel Miguel Rodriguez tells about the Vince Foster murder cover-up. More on the coverup on Thursday.

Frustrated in his efforts to uncover the truth, Associate Independent Counsel Miguel Rodriguez submitted his resignation letter to the Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr.

In a 30-page memorandum Rodriguez stated that he did not think Foster committed suicide at Fort Marcy Park and that park police staged the “suicide” placing a gun in Foster’s hand and re-photographing the crime scene.  Each page of the memo is initialed by Rodriguez and his assistant Lucia Rambusch.

The resignation letter from Starr’s associate Independent Counsel Miguel Rodriguez expressed frustration at not being allowed to pursue the evidence and that FBI reports of witnesses were falsified.  For more about the resignation letter by Miguel Rodriguez.

More on Thursday on the coverup. Sources FBI Coverup

Susan Rice gave “Stand Down” order in response to Russian Meddling

Obama and henchmen

 

The take away from this little number, and I for one will answer it. Why did Rice want our own Cyber security team not to continue to stop Russian meddling?

“I was incredulous and in disbelief,” Daniel Prieto, who worked under Daniel, is quoted saying in “Russian Roulette.”

“Why the hell are we standing down? Michael, can you help us understand?” Prieto asked.

Simply Susan Rice and her gaggle of co-conspirators needed Russian involvement. After all, Rice was doing endless “unmasking” of names, so she was deep into the Russian/Trump plot to deny this Presidency. Who knows, maybe the ones doing the cyber attacks were none other than our own CIA with some of their paid Russian henchmen involved. Most importantly, why all the secrecy. Why would we not have the right to know? There was even consideration for them to call voting a “critical infrastructure” thus giving Obama the right to control the States voting processes. I’ll even throw in some tin foil at the end!

Yes, we don’t need a special prosecutor, there is “no bias” and better yet, the deep State shall go on unimpeded:

Former President Barack Obama’s cybersecurity czar confirmed Wednesday that former national security adviser Susan Rice told him to “stand down” in response to Russian cyber attacks during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Michael Daniel, whose official title was “cybersecurity coordinator,” confirmed the stand-down order during a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing held to review the Obama and President Donald Trump’s administrations’ policy response to Russian election interference.

Rice’s order to Daniel was first reported in “Russian Roulette,” a book published in March that details Russia’s meddling in the election.

In the book, authors Michael Isikoff and David Corn reported that Daniel was developing strategies to respond to Russian cyber attacks on U.S. companies and political campaigns. He proposed using what’s known as denial of service attacks to take down Russian propaganda news sites and to attack Russian intelligence agencies.

Another idea was to announce a bogus “cyber exercise” against a Eurasian country. The goal was to put the Kremlin on notice that its infrastructure could easily be targeted by the U.S.

Read more at the Daily Caller

(The full post below is well worth the read) –

The Russian Spying story first came out in March of 2018 in the Huffington Post. Knowing what we know now, did Rice and others use this as cover to try and justify getting involved in State elections? Why all the secrecy?? Deep into the post entitled with this knee slapper:

‘Stand Down, how the Obama team blew the response to the Russian Meddling’

For the meetings related to the Russian hack, Susan Rice, Obama’s national security adviser, ordered the video feed turned off. She did not want others in the national security establishment to know what was under way, fearing leaks from within the bureaucracy.

White House officials who were absent from the meetings were not told what was being discussed. This even included other NSC staffers — some of whom bristled at being shut out. Often the intelligence material covered in these meetings was not placed in the President’s Daily Brief, the top-secret document presented to the president every morning. Too many people had access to the PDB. “The opsec on this” — the operational security — “was as tight as it could be,” one White House official later said.

Full story Huffington Post

Trump, the deep state, meet former bunny Judge Kimba Wood – Cohen’s Judge

 

Wait a minute….the judge hearing the Michel Cohen case today is Kimba Wood? That Kimba Wood? Harvard Law grad who once trained as Playboy Bunny + once nominated by Bill Clinton as AG? Stuff you just could not make up. Married George Soros. Reported that she was in line to be Hillary’s AG.

 

1. She was President Bill Clinton’s pick for Attorney General in 1993

President Bill Clinton nominated Wood to become the first female Attorney General. In fact, Wood was hand-picked by Hillary Clinton, who had been asked to submit a list of possible nominees for her husband’s consideration. However, Wood withdrew from the nomination after the White House learned about her brief time as a Playboy Bunny – and that she employed an illegal alien as a nanny. Further, Wood actually helped the nanny to illegally remain in the country by paying taxes for her.

2. She trained as a Playboy Bunny

3. She had an extramarital affair that earned her the nickname the “Love Judge”

Wood might be a judge, but her personal past indicates that her moral scruples are lacking. In 1995 at the age of 51, Wood began an affair with married multimillionaire Wall Street financier Frank Richardson. The affair was uncovered by Richardson’s wife when she found passionate passages written about Wood in Richardson’s diary. The tryst earned Wood the nickname the “Love Judge” during Richardson’s divorce trial. Wood married Richardson in 1999.

4. She officiated George Soros’s wedding

Wood officiated the 2013 wedding of notorious liberal billionaire George Soros. At the time, Soros was 83 and his bride, Tamiko Bolton, was 42. Numerous prominent liberals attended the wedding, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and then-California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsome. In lieu of wedding gifts, the couple asked that donations be made to several organizations including Planned Parenthood and Global Witness, an environmental activist group.

5. She doesn’t believe in attorney-client privilege

During Cohen’s hearing on Monday, Wood forced Cohen to expose the identity of a previously unnamed client. That client turned out to be none other than Fox News host Sean Hannity, who maintains that he only asked Cohen for legal advice as a friend and never retained or paid him for any legal services.

What possibly could go wrong for the Donald?

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