The Steele, Warner, Comey, Mueller Tell: Bluffing Spygate Conspirators Are Out of Bullets

Over the last twenty-four hours at least four Spygate conspirators have signaled how desperate they view their situation:

-Christopher Steele, the former Russia expert for the British spy agency MI6, who produced a compilation of Russian disinformation that came to be known as the Steele Dossier, announced he will not answer questions from prosecutor John Durham.

-A letter written by Senator Mark Warner, advising the heads of the FBI, the CIA, the NSA and the director of national intelligence to defy Attorney General William Barr’s inquiry, was released.

-As if on cue, wink wink, an op-ed written by former FBI Director James Comey, ran in the Washington Post.  The misrepresentations, mischaracterizations, and outright lies contained therein were too obvious with all that’s already known.

-This morning, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller made an eight-minute statement meant to incriminate President Trump by relying on the most circular and specious logic imaginable.

The ‘revered’ lawman Robert Mueller actually had the gall to tell the assembled reporters …we concluded that we would not reach a determination one way or the other about whether the president committed a crime.”

That’s it?  Who among the hundreds of million innocents would that statement not be true of?

That’s the conclusion of a seasoned prosecutor, the most seasoned prosecutor, after 22-months?  Why it is not surprising that Mueller weaponized his report when the entire Trump resistance relied on the weaponization of the intel community.

Mueller, too, announced that he was leaving the Department of Justice, effective immediately, and that he would not be speaking further on his report.

Seriously?  We give the guy $40 Million, his group selectively leaks just enough information over 22 months for their media allies to create a phony collusion narrative necessary to slime President Trump and jumpstart talks of impeachment, and he thinks there’ll be no questions?

Eight freakin’ minutes, no questions, no testimony? Eff that!

This is all they’ve got?  Don’t cooperate with A.G. Barr and the dirty Democrats, intent on keeping the barking dogs away from Obama’s White House, make a promise to protect you?  A promise Sen. Warner couldn’t make without assurances from Senate Republicans.

Why don’t they just stamp guilty on their foreheads and make their way to countries that have no extradition treaty with the U.S., instead if they want to avoid what’s now inevitable?