Stop the Twitter, Start the Indictments

General Benedict Arnold, Loyal American all his adult life – until he wasn’t. In April, 1780 the American Army uncovered his plot to give West Point to the British.

Trump says FBI Agent Strzok committed treason. Strzok wrote a text message on Aug. 15, 2016, to Lisa Page, with whom he was romantically involved, saying, “I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office — that there’s no way he gets elected — but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.”Trump-says-FBIS-Strzok’s-text-constitutes-treasonous-act.

Strzok’s attorney complains that Trump’s accusation is unjustified. Strzok conspired with an FBI attorney and others to portray Trump in an unfavorable light. The fact that the attorney was his lover, a walking acknowledgement that he was capable of disloyalty, should not be lost. Strzok as a supervisory agent was responsible for directing the pace and direction of the investigation. Strzok and co conspirators used the power of the FBI to access other organs of government, submit false affidavits and obtain legal process under false pretenses (FISA Title III warrant). It appears that the co-conspirators have advanced beyond mere preparation and have accomplished some of their preliminary goals. Until somebody comes up with an indictment it’s just so much hot air.

Check the telephone records for GPS location data, of all the conspirators against a timeline of significant events, discussions, advancements of the conspiracy. It just may turn out that nobody involved can get a fair hearing because both parties are so hopelessly compromised that there is no crime that will not be tolerated to advance a political agenda.

Prove me and the politicians wrong. If any part of the conspiracy touched  fly-over country, by virtue of telephone, fax, data stream, flight plan then there is the venue for the trial. Let see how the people of Bug Tussle, Alabama, Langtry, Texas or Yeso, New Mexico feel.

Former FBI Agent Robert Phillip Hanssen

The idea that an FBI agent might betray his country is not at all far fetched. After all the most far reaching, and damaging blows to FBI Intelligence/Counter Intelligence was a result of the activities of Robert Philip Hanssen. He sold secrets to the Russians purely for profit… for 22 years.