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Wednesday, January 02, 2019

A detailed sketch of corruption in the US Government

But of course, the Weekly Standard didn't want any part of it.  Maybe that's why they're gone now, and this report is now seeing the light of day.

A trove of recently released documents sheds further light on the scope and logistics of the information operation designed to sabotage an American election. Players include the press, political operatives from both parties, and law enforcement and intelligence officials. Their instrument was the Steele dossier, first introduced to the American public two years ago.

Read it all.  And understand that the GOP is not your friend.  They're just one wing of the bi-factional ruling party.

But credit Comey for underscoring, and maybe not accidentally, a larger truth—the operation that sought to defraud the American voter had bipartisan support all along. Court documents released in December show that Steele gave his final report to Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger and House Speaker Paul Ryan’s chief of staff, Jonathan Burks.

Paul Ryan didn't leave soon enough, and the damage that he did, continuing on the damage of John F'n Boehner, will never be undone.

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