Monday, January 22, 2018

On Releasing the Memo and Peace in the Kingdom

A couple of pundits have argued that "The Memo" will not be released because it is simply too explosive.  Here's the gist:

...The narrative that explains all of this is that high ranking people in the FBI, maybe even Director Comey, were working with the Justice Department to help Hillary Clinton in the election. That has seemed clear for a while now. What’s becoming clear now is Fusion GPS, the political dirty tricks operation, functioned as a cutout for the FBI and the Clinton campaign. The FBI shared secret intel with Fusion, who then sold it to the Clinton campaign or distributed to the media at the direction of the campaign.

There’s a word for all of this and it is called treason. It’s one thing for a career intelligence officer to go bad and start selling intelligence to a foreign government. That just a part of the life of a nation state. It is an entirely different thing when senior members of the political class are working to undermine the fundamentals of the political system. It is the sort of thing that results in hangings or civil wars. It’s why the infamous memo has not been released, despite the fact it could be leaked or declassified by the White House....

It may have been Limbaugh or Levin who argued similarly, using the analogy of an imminent SMOD landing on CONUS.  What's the point? they ask.

OK, here's the point:  the catharsis is a necessary, albeit horrible, evil.  And it will lead to re-formation (yup, "reform"), which is clearly necessary.  Effectively licensing this behavior will beg for more of the same.

Is that what you want?  More of the same??

One does not have to imprison Obama, the ringleader.  Lynch, Comey, Brennan, and that fat old jackwad-perjurer Clapper will be sufficient, along with a dozen minor cast members such as Strzok and his bitch.

There may be some minor downstream activism against Obama-ites, but it can be contained and the perps can be put away, too.

Then comes the Period of Peace following the Chastisement--a good thing for all.

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