The Remains of an Administration
ObamaÂ’s policies are in tatters, and the worst scandals of his White House are coming to light.
Drip, drip, drip. Tick Tock, Tick Tock. No matter how we count, it’s almost time for the rest of the story to be told. The scandal-filled media coverup for the corruption endemic in the Obama administration and their DNC-owned media will be talked about and studied for generations. It’s all immortalized by tons of EVIDENCE in sworn testimony, notes, memos, text messages and multimedia – the facts they are still trying to hide from the useful idiots who will eventually realize they’ve been had. Their arrogance made them sloppy. They never thought they’d lose…but I never believed they’d win. You can’t fool all the people all the time. Obama dregs, unmasked.
“After years of suppression, all sorts of strange events keep popping up to remind us of what little is left of the Obama years Â— the Susan Rice memo, Christopher Steele deleting his computer records, FBI-doctored and lost 302s, text messages wiped clean, the bizarre Obama January 5, 2017, Oval Office meeting, the ambush interview of Michael Flynn, the unmasking and leaking of redacted names swept up in reverse-targeting surveillance operations, the administration fraud perpetrated on the FISA courts. The list is so overwhelming and bizarre that it ensures that anything at any time can now appear. And the result keeps reminding Americans of how corrupt were the years between 2009 and 2017 and how untruthful was the coverage of such institutionalized wrongdoing.[…]
…The remains of the Obama team (Susan Rice, Ben Rhodes, Hillary Clinton, John Brennan, James Comey, Samantha Power) are not offering much of a defense for the Obama years Â— they are now too busy scrambling to hide their own legal culpability and exposure. The bending arc of the 2009 dream team finally ends in the platitudes of Â“I canÂ’t rememberÂ” and Â“Not to my knowledgeÂ” that will eventually find their way from CNN and MSNBC into the court room.[…]
…Obama entered with a supermajority in the Senate and a large majority in the House, with the likelihood of remaking the Supreme Court. When he left eight years later, he had lost both houses of Congress, lost the Supreme Court for a generation, and lost more than 1,000 state and local offices.”