Episode 55. August 10, 2020 CLP Topic Category. Police State Socialism Justice Delayed: What Happens to the Nation if Durham Fails to Prosecute?

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Episode 55. August 14, 2020
CLP Topic Category. Police State Socialism

Justice Delayed: What Happens to the Nation if Durham Fails to Prosecute?
Our podcast today is titled, Justice Delayed: What Happens to the Nation if Durham Fails to Prosecute?
We explore three possible reasons behind John Durham’s delay in releasing the report on the Obamagate investigation.
We explain that the delay could be a harmless event, due to the meticulous investigative work of Durham.
Even though American voters need the results of the report before the November 2020 election, the meticulous, detailed investigation may not be ready by then, and the priority for the DOJ is to do the job right, no matter how long it takes.
We call this first explanation, “No Good Wine Before Its Time.”
The second reason follows the social construction of reality logic of left-wing pundits who claim that the delay is evidence that there is nothing of interest that Durham has found that would warrant prosecution.
In their logic, there is no deep state, and the FBI and CIA did the right thing in their treatment of the Russia collusion investigation. The Durham delay is because there is nothing there to see.
We call this second explanation the “nothing burger” scenario.
Finally, we explain that the targets of the investigation are members of the deep state apparatus, and that Durham and Wray will protect them at all costs, no matter if crimes have been committed.
If Durham were to pursue prosecution, he would be forced to prosecute the leadership of the Democratic Party, including Obama and Biden, and the damage to the deep state would be permanently debilitating for the functioning of the nation’s political and economic systems.
We call this third explanation the “deep state coup protection conspiracy.”
Our podcast agrees with the suspicion of Buck Sexton that Durham will not prosecute the felons in the Obamagate case.
Sexton states,
“Nobody you or I has ever heard of will be indicted for spygate. The Durham report will just confirm what we already know in greater detail. That will be it. Maybe a low level person charged with a minor offense.”
We explain why Sexton’s analysis is the most likely outcome and we explain the consequences of Durham’s inaction for the fate of the Nation.
We begin our podcast today by placing Durham’s investigation into the bigger, political framework of the American crony capitalist system, in the context of the ruling class, offered by Angelo Codevilla.
Codevilla explains that the United States is ruled by a ruling class, which is entirely disconnected from the democratic consent of the governed. We extend his analysis to explain how the Durham investigation fits into what we call the crony capitalist global system.
The ruling class coalition of the crony capitalist class includes 3 components:
1. The military-industrial complex of corporations who promote wars in order to obtain government largess.
2. The 5 largest New York banks, operating in conjunction with the Federal Reserve Bank, to coordinate world financial flows with other central banks.
3. The unelected deep state agents who coordinate global government policy with the Chinese Communist Party, on behalf of the large corporations.
We begin with 3 observations, or stipulations, that should be obvious to natural rights conservatives when they contemplate the Durham investigation, and one observation that is opaque.
First, it is obvious that there are no common cultural or moral values that bind socialists and conservatives together in a common national mission. The ideological differences are irreconcilable and irresolvable, under the current Constitution.
In the left’s world view, there is no Obamagate, and there is no “Deep State Swamp.”
The conservative view is that Obama perpetrated a silent coup against Trump.
The two views are not reconcilable. The left’s perspective is the predominate perspective of the Swamp, and for Durham to pursue prosecution, he would be fighting against the rising left wing tide.
Second, it is obvious that the two-party system failed to defend individual rights and freedoms from a tyrannical ruling class elite. Both political parties collaborate to extend globalism, and neither party defends the ideology of individual rights.
The two-party system ended in a centralized elite tyranny in Washington, dedicated to using the agencies of government to direct financial benefits to themselves.
Durham does not have the support of either political party to pursue prosecution, he only has the backing of Trump, who does not have a political party of his own.
Third, it is obvious that America’s largest corporations abandoned their allegiance to national sovereignty when they implemented the NAFTA and China trade deals.
It should be obvious that the unifying principle of crony capitalism is globalism, and that Trump’s national sovereignty is a threat to their privileges of crony capitalism.
Even if Trump wins re-election in November, the crony capitalist quest for globalism is not going to disappear.
In other words, we argue that nothing about the deep state, or crony capitalism, will change, even if Trump wins re-election. The two-party political system is systemically dysfunctional and the rule of law ended with the riots and corruption of Obama.
Understanding the connection between the three obvious observations is not difficult.
The Trump election in 2016 de-railed the ruling class march to globalism, and the three parts of the ruling class coalition will never stop their hatred of Trump for disrupting their plans.
Durham’s delay is due to the power of the ruling class, and neither he, nor Barr, is willing to confront their power.
We argue that Durham will not pursue prosecution because the damage that prosecution would do to the Swamp’s decision-making and operations, on a national scale, is permanently debilitating.
The deep state is so extensive, to borrow from Senator Grassley’s opinion, that Durham will not prosecute the agents of the deep state. Rather, both Barr and Durham are collaborators with the Deep State and will protect the felons from prosecution.
The more likely outcome of Durham’s slow-motion inquiry is a detailed report to Barr, after the election, that crimes may have been committed, but that further investigation is needed before pursuing prosecution.
The deep state is betting again, like it did with Hillary in 2016, that the Democrats will win in 2020, and that after November 4, the entire Obamagate investigation will disappear.
Understanding the consequences of Durham’s investigation delay is opaque.
We ask what happens if Durham fails to prosecute the perpetrators of the coup against Trump, including Obama and Biden?
If we are correct that Durham will fail to prosecute, the opaque observation for conservatives, and for the rule of law, is that the United States of America has ended.
Something new must replace the old regime. But, for many conservatives it is unclear, or opaque, what should replace the current regime.
We conclude that Madison’s representative republic should be replaced by a democratic republic, based upon the state sovereignty framework of the Articles of Confederation.
This podcast is the introduction to a much longer article, available for free, for one week at the CLPNewsNetwork.
The other sections of the longer article are:
Section 1. No Good Wine Before Its Time
Section 2. The Left’s Nothing Burger.
Section 3. The Deep State Coup Protection Conspiracy.
Conclusion: America, As You Know It, is Over.
I am Laurie Thomas Vass, and this is the copyrighted Citizen Liberty Party News Network podcast for August 11, 2020.
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Section 1. No Good Wine Before Its Time: Durham Is Doing a Slow, Methodical Investigation of the Deep State.
A.G. Barr has been making all the right noises, and all the right sounds, to promote confidence in citizens that Durham is doing a good job investigating the crimes.
Barr’s statements about the Obamagate investigation reflect a deeper understanding of the ideological conflicts between socialists and conservatives.
In 1995, Barr stated,
“We are locked in a historic struggle between two fundamentally different systems of values. In a way, this is the end product of the Enlightenment. The secularists’ main weapon in their war on religion is the law. Traditionalists would have to fight back the same way.”
This was the same sentiment he expressed in his speech at Notre Dame. He stated,
“This is not decay; it is organized destruction, Secularists, and their allies among the ‘progressives,’ have marshaled all the force of mass communications, popular culture, the entertainment industry, and academia in an unremitting assault on religion and traditional values. These instruments are used not only to affirmatively promote secular orthodoxy, but also drown out and silence opposing voices, and to attack viciously and hold up to ridicule any dissenters.”
In May of 2020, he expressed this same idea,
“Progressives are on a “holy mission” in which ends justify means, while conservatives tend to have more scruple over their political tactics.”
Barr’s statements about Obamagate are better understood when placed into this larger context of an irreconcilable ideological conflict.
Barr described Mueller’s investigation as witch hunt against Trump. Barr stated,
“The law enforcement and intelligence apparatus of this country were involved in advancing a false and utterly baseless Russian collusion narrative against the President. The proper investigative and prosecutive standards of the Department of Justice were abused, in my view, in order to reach a particular result. We have our eye on criminal charges.”
In May, 2020, Barr stated,
“Republics have fallen because of [a] Praetorian Guard mentality where government officials get very arrogant, they identify the national interest with their own political preferences, and they feel that anyone who has a different opinion, you know, is somehow an enemy of the state…That can easily translate into essentially supervening the will of the majority and getting your own way as a government official.”

In early 2020, Barr stated,
“The Inspector General’s report now makes clear that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U.S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken.”
On April 10, 2020, Barr stated that Durham was ready to prosecute, if he finds crimes. Barr stated,
“If evidence shows they illegally surveilled the 2016 Trump campaign over allegations of collusion with Russia, And if people broke the law, and we can establish that with the evidence, they will be prosecuted.”
In June 2020, Barr said there might finally be some news in the next month on the Durham investigation. Barr stated,
“Durham is pressing ahead as hard as he can, I expect we will have some developments hopefully by the end of this summer, His investigation will continue, it’s not going to stop because of the election. What happens after the election will depend on who wins the election.”
Barr has stated that the Steele dossier is bogus. He views the FBI’s continuation of the Russia probe after the Steele dossier “collapsed” as an illegitimate effort to remove the president.
Barr stated,
“The dossier pretty much collapsed at that point — and yet they continued to use it as a basis for pursuing this counterintelligence investigation,”
Barr explained that the use of the dossier was part of a coup. He stated,
“It is the closest we have come to an organized effort to push a president out of office. I think what happened to him (Trump) was one of the greatest travesties in American history.”
Barr stated in his Congressional testimony that he believed spying on Trump did occur.
He stated,
“I think spying on a political campaign is a big deal. I think spying did occur. But the question is whether it was … adequately predicated. I’m not suggesting it wasn’t predicated. I need to explore that.”
Barr added that the evidence “shows that we’re not dealing with just mistakes or sloppiness’
In direct conflict to Barr’s statement about spying, both Wray and the DOJ have stated that spying did not occur, and that the 17 cases of fraud in the FISA applications were legally predicated.
On August 3, 2020, the DOJ released a report that stated,
“an internal review of nearly 30 disputed Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant applications had determined that all of them were undertaken with “sufficient basis for probable cause,” and that earlier-identified errors (by Horowitz) within them were overwhelmingly minor.”
Despite the contradiction with the DOJ staff about spying, Barr’s narrative has been widely echoed by many others. The general public assumes that the Durham investigation is legitimate, and that Durham delay is because he is being cautious.
House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan (R., Ohio) that Durham’s investigation “is due to be completed sometime this summer.”
Representative Doug Collins (R., Ga.) said that Durham will not be releasing a report, like former special counsel Robert Mueller, but will likely use indictments to signal his conclusion.
“When he’s ready to charge people, he’ll charge people. And that’s when we’ll know.”
On March 22, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) confirmed in writing, and to the press, that the Obama Administration Deep State operatives conducted illegal actions against President-Elect Trump.
Nunes stated that the leaks to the press were felonies. In his interview with Lou Dobbs. Nunes expressed confidence in Durham.
Dobbs: John Durham’s investigation, I want to take your temperature as I always do on whether or not you now think something will come of it and will it be before the election?
Nunes: Yeah, look, I’m confident that Durham’s doing a thorough I nvestigation. People have to remember this is a sprawling investigation that stretches on from 2015 to the Mueller probe. So he’s got to get it right. What I worry about is this next election is critical because if Biden somehow was to pull off a victory here, all this will be buried, and we will then be left with a totally corrupt Department of Justice and FBI that will never get fixed and it will take this country into a level of chaos that we have not seen, if these prosecutions are not brought and people are not held to justice and put in jail.
Trump’s chief of staff, Mark Meadows, told Maria Bartiromo that he expected indictments’ from the John Durham investigation
Meadows stated,
“I tell you, it’s time that people go to jail and people are indicted.”
Tobias Hoonhout reported on March 17, 2020 , that two unnamed sources told him,
“That Durham is working expeditiously to try to finish the probe by the end of summer, but that several lines of investigation are not yet complete. He believes it’s critical to do them,He is feeling more pressure to get this done and wrapped up. The source also told Fox News that Durham “does not want this to be viewed political.”
DOJ spokeswoman Kerri Kupec said last week that while a report is not “the goal” of Durham’s criminal investigation, she expected Durham would release such a report by the end of the summer.
In summary, the Durham delay is that there is No Good Wine Before Its Time.
Barr has created a narrative that follows the analysis of Judicial Watch of the coup, and Barr’s narrative has created widespread expectations that Durham will enforce the equal application of the law to the felons who undertook the coup.
In their report on the deep state, Exposing the Deep State, Judicial Watch stated:
“Their worldview often rejects the beliefs and values of a majority of patriotic Americans. As time goes on, the disparity between the values and beliefs of the people and those of the Deep State becomes cumulative, and no matter whom the people elect to public office, the Deep State takes the nation in a direction that increasingly diverges from where the people desire to go.”
This narrative closely aligns with Barr’s ideology, when he stated,
“We are locked in a historic struggle between two fundamentally different systems of values.”
Judicial Watch confirms the evidence of felonies. They state,
“It is now confirmed that during the 2016 presidential campaign and afterwards, a substantial number of communications of Trump associates (and perhaps Trump himself) were swept up in the Section-702 surveillance conducted by U.S. intelligence agencies and perhaps more directly through at least one FISA court warrant allowing the FBI to monitor Trump and some of his associates directly.”
Barr also confirms that spying occurred.
In this first explanation of the Durham delay, after listening to Barr’s statements, it is understandable that American citizens would assume that Durham is conducting an authentic, legitimate investigation of the criminals.
Section 2. The Left’s Nothing Burger.
The second explanation of the Durham delay contains two parts. First, the left argues that Trump colluded with the Russians to deny Hillary her rightful victory, and second, if Durham had found evidence of criminal acts, he would have disclosed them by now.
The explanation by the left is that no crimes were committed.
Adam Serwer, a socialist writer at The Atlantic, summarizes the left’s view of Obamagate. He writes,
“If you are following mainstream news outlets, you know that in 2016, Donald Trump benefited from a Russian hacking and disinformation campaign designed to help him get elected, even as he sought permission from the Russian government to build a hotel in Moscow. You know that he deflected blame from Russia for that campaign, even as he sought to benefit from it politically. You know that shortly after the election, Trump told Russian officials in the Oval Office that he didn’t mind their efforts on his behalf, inviting further interference. And you know that while those acts may not have amounted to criminal conspiracy, the president’s insistence that there was “no collusion” flies in the face of established facts.”
Quinta Jurecic, writing in The Atlantic, states,
“The ongoing “review” of the Russia investigation by Barr’s handpicked investigator, Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham, continually promises revelations that Barr himself is only too happy to hint at. The documents that drove last week’s mania were released by the U.S. attorney in Missouri, whom Barr had asked to review the Flynn case. So the odor of chronic “investigation” hangs over the entire matter, though nobody has yet produced evidence of misconduct in the handling of any of Mueller’s cases. Against this backdrop, the periodic publication of new information— however mundane—generates flare-ups in the right-wing media.”
Jeet Heer, writing in The Nation, cites the consensus view of the left by quoting another socialist, who works at the New York Times. Heer writes,
“Michelle Cottle, a member of The New York Times editorial board, penned a paean to the anonymous bureaucrats she sees as leading a secret resistance to an autocratic president. “President Trump is right,” Cottle argued. “The deep state is alive and well. But it is not the sinister, antidemocratic cabal of his fever dreams. It is, rather, a collection of patriotic public servants— career diplomats, scientists, intelligence officers and others—who, from within the bowels of this corrupt and corrupting administration, have somehow remembered that their duty is to protect the interests, not of a particular leader, but of the American people.”
Jefferson Morley, writing in the New Republic, states the left’s case that the deep state was justified in launching the coup. He writes,
“But the Durham inquiry is not the biggest problem facing the Intelligence Party; based on the Mueller report, federal agents had ample reason to investigate Trump’s entourage. Like other factions, at home and abroad, this faction is seeking to gain public support and influence the 2020 presidential election to advance its institutional and political interests. They are defending the highest standards of public service, analytical thinking, and patriotic action by resisting the president’s anti-democratic impulses. What the intel community actually does—and whether it serves the interests of American democracy—is not explained in these leaders’ attacks on the ignorant real estate mogul who lives around the corner.”
Courtney Hagle and Casey Wexler, writing in Media Matters, make the claim that Obamagate is actually a right-wing counter hoax. They write,
“Obamagate” is just a rebrand of the right’s bogus “deep state” conspiracy theory. While the president has not offered details, anyone who has watched Fox News host Sean Hannity’s show over the past three years can recognize that Trump’s “Obamagate” is just an attempted rebrand of the right’s years- in-the-making “deep state” conspiracy theory.The core allegation made by Trump and his right-wing media allies is that in 2016, the Obama administration and the FBI, led by then-Director James Comey, sought to prevent Trump from becoming president. When that didn’t work, conservative media claim, the Obama administration and FBI officials sought to enact a backup plan to stop Trump in the form of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia. The conspiracy theory generally accuses Obama of having been aware of plans by FBI and DOJ officials to launch an investigation into Flynn and other Trump associates and to destroy Trump’s presidency.
In his recent Salon article, Igor Derysh, claims that Trump’s Obamagate hoax has already fallen apart because Trump failed to state a specific crime committed in the coup.

Derysh states,
“The Obamagate” conspiracy theory falls apart after a reporter asks President Trump one question After hundreds of tweets pushing Obamagate claims, Trump cannot name one thing he believes Obama did wrong.”
Serwer sums up the left’s view of the Durham investigation,
“There is, in short, no “deep state” anti-Trump conspiracy, no network of perfidious liberals in the FBI seeking to take down Trump. There is, however, voluminous evidence of reprehensible behavior by the president, first taking advantage of a foreign attack on the 2016 election for personal and political profit, seeking to obstruct the investigation into that interference, and then falsely concocting an elaborate conspiracy theory to avoid accountability for his actions.”
In the left’s view, Durham has not reported any crimes because the entire Obamagate is a hoax. The left claims that the FBI investigation of the Russian attack and interactions between Trump associates and Russia was justified and appropriate.
In an example of the left’s technique of projecting their own intentions onto conservatives, Jeffrey Toobin, writes, that according to Trump,
“Mueller and his team displayed an unseemly eagerness to uncover crimes that never existed.”
In their explanation of Durham’s delay, the left now agrees that Durham is looking for crimes that never existed.
Toobin explains that the reason the Mueller investigation did not cite crimes by Trump, is because Mueller “surrendered.”
“Robert Mueller forfeited the opportunity to speak clearly and directly about Trump’s crimes, and Barr filled the silence with his high-volume exoneration. Mueller’s investigation was no witch hunt; his report was, ultimately, a surrender.”
The left believes that Durham will not prosecute because the Republican Party does not want to anger the deep state.
Jeremy Stahl, writing in Slate, explains the collusion between Republicans and Democrats on the issue of prosecuting Obamagate. He writes,
“A report on Monday from Politico suggests that Senate Republicans do not have the political stomach for locking up Trump’s political enemies and want their own investigatory fingerprints off of this steaming mess of flaming garbage… there has never been a coherent narrative or any proof of an actual abuse of power or crime by the former administration.”
Section 3. The Deep State Coup Protection Conspiracy.
We agree with Rush Limbaugh that something does not add up with all of Barr’s statements about the Obamagate investigation. There are too many inconsistent facts between Barr’s statements and the delay in prosecution.
Barr makes all the right noises and sounds, but nothing happens.
On July 10, 2020, Rush stated,
“So I’m trying to figure this out. This doesn’t make any sense. Somebody is whispering to somebody at Fox News that John Durham, who’s doing the investigation into the coup, he’s been doing this investigation for two years. Everybody’s been led to believe this investigation is going to culminate, there are grand juries, there will be indictments, that there will be accountability. That people who ran this coup in an attempt to overturn a legitimate election, the presidential election of 2016, that they’re gonna be identified, they’re gonna be held accountable. There’s a reason this is being leaked. I don’t yet know what it is. I’m sure if Trump has already reacted to it in the White House somehow, some way. I don’t know what that reaction is, but this will not be acceptable.”
Rush claims not to know the reason for Durham’s delay.
We argue that the delay is due to the protection of the deep state agents by Barr, Wray and Durham.
The evidence for our argument is a series of events that contradict Barr’s statements that Durham is pursuing a legitimate investigation.
The DOJ is already setting the stage for revising the facts and history. On August 4, 2020, 90 days before the election, Just the News reported that the DOJ has scrubbed the FISA evidence of corruption.
Daniel Payne reported,
“The Justice Department says that an internal review of nearly 30 disputed Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant applications had determined that all of them were undertaken with “sufficient basis for probable cause,” and that earlier-identified errors within them were overwhelmingly minor.”
The DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz announced in March, 2020, that a review of 29 FISA warrants had revealed numerous false statements or omissions in the documents, raising fears that the application process for FISA warrants was beset by incompetence at best and corruption at worst.
The findings of Horowitz had to be scrubbed by the DOJ to protect the conspirators of the coup, and eliminate the primary evidence of corruption in the Durham investigation.
Our suspicion about Durham not pursuing prosecution is partly related to our observation about Tom Fitton’s one-man efforts to expose the workings of the deep state.
At every turn and attempt to obtain public documents, the DOJ and Department of State stonewall Fitton, and Judicial Watch. The DOJ is under the authority of Barr, and the resistance to Fitton’s efforts is due to Barr’s recalcitrance to release documents that would expose the Swamp.
We suspect that if DOJ was going to prosecute Obamagate that it would not fight Fitton’s numerous Freedom of Information law suits.
Fitton presents a concise history of the coup in one of his FOIA briefs.

He writes,
“We sued after the DOJ, FBI, and ODNI failed to respond to identical May 20, 2020, FOIA requests for:
All records regarding the January 5, 2017, meeting at the White House between former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, former CIA Director John Brennan, former Director James Comey, President Obama, and others. This request includes all records created in preparation for, during, and/or pursuant to the meeting, as well as any and all related records of communication between any official or representative of the Department of Justice and any other individual.
We suspect that Fitton’s precise rendition of the facts of the January 5, 2017, Oval Office meeting would serve as the basis of prosecution, if Durham were actually going to prosecute.
We suspect that if DOJ was going to prosecute Obamagate that Barr would not announce that Obama and Biden are not a target of investigation.
Barr states,
“Not every abuse of power, no matter how outrageous, is necessarily a federal crime. Whatever their level of involvement, based on the information I have today, I don’t expect Mr. Durham’s work will lead to a criminal investigation of either man. Our concern over potential criminality is focused on others.”
In response to Barr’s statement about Obama and Biden Trump expressed surprise and disapointment.
Trump stated,
“I think if it was me, they would do it. I think for them, maybe they’re not going to “I’m surprised because Obama knew everything that was happening. I think it’s just a continuation of a double standard. I am surprised by it.It was a takedown of a president, regardless of me, it happened to be me, and in my opinion it was an illegal takedown,”
We suspect that if DOJ was going to prosecute Obamagate, that Durham would have interviewed Brennan and Clapper, both as targets of the investigation.
Sean Davis, in his interview with Tucker Carlson stated,
“Nobody’s been charged. If they’re not even going to come in and charge people who obviously violated our laws in order to spy on and then overthrow a presidential administration, why on earth would we expect them to go and reform the agency?”
Tristan Justice, in his July 24, 2020 article, reported,
“A source told Fox News in February that Durham has yet to interview Brennan and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper — who recommended to former president Obama in 2016 that Rogers be removed. The New York Times reported in December that Durham is investigating what Brennan knew of the infamous Steele dossier, and whether Brennan conferred with Comey regarding it. Horowitz’s December report said that the CIA considered the dossier to be nothing more than an “internet rumor.”
In his column entitled “A tale of two lies: Stone, McCabe and the danger of a double standard for justice,” Kevin R. Brock ask why McCabe has not been prosecuted for the same crime Roger Stone was prosecuted.
Brock writes,
“Meanwhile, Andrew McCabe, the fired FBI deputy director who, while in his official capacity, lied under oath in violation of a federal statute, won’t be charged by the Department of Justice (DOJ) for any criminality. Go forth, Andrew, and make more money as a CNN analyst.”
We suspect that if DOJ was going to prosecute Obamagate, that McCabe would have been prosecuted in January, 2020.
Andrew C. McCarthy, in his article, Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?
McCarthy writes,
“It will be a while before we learn the whole story of why the Justice Department walked away from the McCabe case, if we ever do. I have some supposition to offer on that score… a two-tiered justice system that rewards the well-connected is alive and well, consider the following…the constitutional guarantee of equal justice under the law is supposed to mean that McCabe gets the same quality of justice afforded to the sad sacks pursued with unseemly zeal by McCabe’s FBI and Robert Mueller’s prosecutors.”
While we agree with McCarthy that there is a two-tiered justice system, we think a more accurate explanation is that McCabe is a member of the deep state that DOJ will protect, both in this earlier case, and the Durham investigation.
We suspect that if Durham were going to prosecute in the Obamagate case that the report of John Solomon about the U. K. court case on Steele would have been revealed by the DOJ.
Solomon reports,
“Steele kept his own notes of what he told FBI agents the first time he met them on July 5, 2016 in London to discuss his anti-Trump Russia research. The notes make clear that Steele told his FBI handlers from the get-go that the dossier’s “ultimate client were (sic) the leadership of the Clinton presidential campaign. So the FBI knew immediately that the dossier it used to justify a FISA warrant targeting the Trump campaign was a political opposition research product designed to help Clinton defeat her Republican opponent and did not divulge the connection.”
Our argument about the Durham delay is that the public information about the FBI’s criminal behavior is too damaging to the FBI for Durham to prosecute.
The targets of the Durham investigation are members of the deep state apparatus, and Durham and Wray will protect them at all costs, no matter if crimes have been committed.
If Durham were to pursue prosecution, he would be forced to prosecute the leadership of the Democratic Party, including Obama and Biden, the leadership of the FBI, the leadership of 17 intelligence agencies, accomplices in the media, and potentially, members of Congress who perpetrated a fraud on the American public.
The damage to the deep state would be permanently debilitating for the functioning of the nation’s crony capitalist, deep state, political and economic systems.
Rather, we argue that Barr’s statements about prosecution do not add up to the facts.
The evidence indicates that Durham is delaying prosecution until after the election in order to protect the deep state agents who attempted a coup.
Conclusion: America, As You Know It, is Over.
We placed our explanations of the delay in Obamagate into Codevilla’s framework of the ruling class to explain how the Durham investigation fits into what we call the crony capitalist global system.
The ruling class coalition of the crony capitalist class includes 3 components:
1. The military-industrial complex of corporations who promote wars in order to obtain government largess.
2. The 5 largest New York banks, operating in conjunction with the Federal Reserve Bank, to coordinate world financial flows with other central banks.
3. The unelected deep state agents who coordinate global government policy with the Chinese Communist Party, on behalf of the large corporations.
It should be obvious that the unifying principle of crony capitalism is globalism, and that Trump’s national sovereignty is a threat to their privileges of crony capitalism.
We argue that the delay in Durham’s investigation must be viewed from the context of the dysfunctional two party political system.
If we are correct that Durham will fail to prosecute, then the opaque observation for conservatives, and for the rule of law, is that the United States of America has ended.
David Krayden, writing in Human Events, shares our analysis of the consequences to the nation, if Durham fails to prosecute.
Krayden writes that if Barr “Does Not Deal With the Deep State, America May No Longer Be a Free State.”
He writes,
“Make no mistake: not only was the Russia collusion hoax just that, but the real collusion was what transpired between the Obama administration and those unelected civil servants who were not prepared to accept President Trump. After Americans voted to elect a Trump presidency, the deep state was determined to ensure that presidency was stillborn, and focused their energy on General Flynn to achieve that… What is required, now, is the prosecution of the guilty. What happened here is arguably worse than the Watergate break-in, and the FBI can no longer operate under the assumption that it promulgates the law. Especially if they feel they can break them at will when someone in their ranks thinks that kind of means justifies a political end.
John Solomon, of Just the News, reaches the same conclusion about the fate of the nation if Durham does not prosecute.
“The only way that we’re going to stop that trend very quickly is … if people get severely punished in the aftermath of the Russia collusion delusion. If John Durham doesn’t indict people and make this painful, the temptation to do this time and again — whether you’re a Republican administration or a Democratic administration — is going to go through the roof, and we’re going to suddenly lose what makes American democracy and this constitutional republic so amazing.”
One of the attributes of America that makes the nation amazing is the voluntary allegiance to the rule of law.
Another attribute of the amazing nation is the commitment to individual rights.
If Durham fails to prosecute both amazing attributes will have ended, along with any allegiance by citizens to trust the government.
We conclude that the political and financial forces in the corrupt deep state swamp are too powerful for Durham and Barr to prosecute.
We conclude that something new must replace the old regime.
We conclude that Madison’s representative republic should be replaced by a democratic republic, based upon the state sovereignty framework of the Articles of Confederation.
Madison’s Constitution failed when the felons who attempted a coup were not prosecuted.
We outline our principles of government of the Democratic Republic of America, here.
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