Thursday, May 31, 2018

Trump Was High Of Adderall, Suffering From Amphetamine Psychosis, When He Made Up "Spy-Gate"


The idea of of South Carolina pinhead is being used as the arbiter of FBI fairness is pretty scary, but with Trey Gowdy, still chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, getting ready for his last few months in Congress, it appears he's been gradually shedding his extreme partisan coat. After the Nunes' circus at the Justice Department over Trump's manufactured ridiculous Spy-Gate "scandal," Gowdy left the briefing to declare that the FBI acted properly by deploying an informant to gather information from the Kremlin operatives-- Carter Page and George Papadopoulos-- inside Señor Trumpanzee’s campaign.

He went on Fox and said exactly what Trump wouldn't want him to say, not that it will influence any of the low-IQ Trump-bots who still support him: "I am even more convinced that the FBI did exactly what my fellow citizens would want them to do when they got the information they got." Gowdy reminded the Fox audience that "It looks to me like the FBI was doing what President Trump said: 'I want you to do, find it out.'" In the now infamous Comey memo Trump has tried a little gaslighting: "If anyone connected with my campaign was working with Russia, I want you to investigate it," causing Gowdy to say, "Sounds to me like that was exactly what the FBI did."

Very different from Trump's bleating at his Nashville rally about Democrats in the FBI infiltrating his campaign, part of his effort to undercut law enforcement in the eyes of the morons who still haven't figured out what Trump is.

Even crackpot wing nut Andrew Napolitano, Trump-promoted Fox New "expert" said late Tuesday there is “no evidence” to support Señor Trumpanzee’s “Spygate” malarkey that the FBI planted spies during his 2016 presidential campaign.
Napolitano, the news network's senior judicial analyst, said on "The Story With Martha MacCallum" that Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, is making a “baseless” claim.

“The allegations by Mayor Giuliani over the weekend, which would lead to us believe that the Trump people think that the FBI had an undercover agent who inveigled his way into the campaign and was there as a spy on the campaign, seem to be baseless,” Napolitano said.

There is no evidence for that whatsoever, he added.

Giuliani suggested on Sunday that former President Obama and his top intelligence officials “knew” that the FBI had used a top-secret informant to allegedly spy on Trump’s campaign.

The FBI did use an informant, identified in media reports as American professor Stefan Halper, who met with three Trump campaign advisers in 2016-- George Papadopoulos, Carter Page and Sam Clovis.

No evidence has emerged, however, that the informant was used to spy on the campaign for political purposes.

Napolitano said Tuesday that the use of an informant is “standard operating procedure” in intelligence gathering and during criminal investigations.
The only one buying Trump's Spy-Gate tactic is, of course, Nunes, who has taken up residence up Trump's ass, something that the intelligence community should be looking into.

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At 4:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trump doesn't need drugs to be psychotic.

At 2:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, he gets very few of his ideas on his own. I'm pretty sure this one came from Hannity or someone else working for Murdoch or putin.


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