Now that we’ve reached a new level of lunacy in the Russiagate and Spygate controversies, it’s important to take a moment to step back and reflect on the most important part of any investigation: the beginning.
The lunacy has been the events that we’ve seen play out over the past two weeks. First, we had Attorney General Barr verbally assaulted last week by senate Democrats regarding the summary memo he released based on his interpretations of the Mueller report. Note that while the Democrats attacked his summary, he had released the entire report (lightly redacted) before his hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary.
Shortly thereafter, Congress subpoenaed Barr to both attend another session with them and to release the fully-unredacted Mueller report. The lunacy here lies in the fact that a release of the fully-unredacted report would require him breaking the law.
It should be quite telling that the same people yelling obstruction in regards to the president are currently trying to directly obstruct AG Barr’s investigation into themselves and their colleagues.
One of the most significant parts of his testimony came from an exchange between Barr and Senator Kamala Harris, when she asked Barr about Deputy AG Rosenstein’s conflict of interest to be both the DAG overseeing the Mueller investigation and a witness to the cases that have sprung from Mueller’s findings. It is unsurprising that the media has not widely reported that surprising exchange, or that many more investigations will come to light very soon – namely, investigations against the true colluders, leakers and potential felons, the Democrats.
But in order to really understand this case and the circus it has become, we should go back to the very beginning: the WikiLeaks release of the Hillary Clinton, DNC and John Podesta emails.
In case you forgot, that’s the story for how all of this began. The official narrative was that Papadopoulos bragged over drinks to Alexander Downer that he was approached by people claiming to have dirt on Hillary via hacked emails. Proof points have come to light showing that to be fully untrue, but that is for another article.
What is the most important point to focus on here is that nobody has ever claimed those emails were inauthentic. Perhaps you didn’t notice, as the entire narrative has shifted the focus from the content of those emails to how they were acquired.
Why is this important? I would highly implore you to read the emails yourself and find out. If you have taken the time to do so, you understand why this entire circus has been formed to keep the attention of the American people as far away from them as possible, because they are absolutely damning to Clinton, the DNC, John Podesta and their entire political apparatus.
If you do take the time to read them, you’ll see a familiar pattern arise: emails from Clinton showing just how much disdain she has for the minority groups she panders to for votes, just how little she thinks of the American public, and just how crooked she really is in her willingness to do anything for power.
A great way in politics to tell if someone is lying is to watch for their answers to questions. If they immediately try to redirect and reframe a question to a completely unrelated answer, you know they are hiding something. The fact that the DNC and media were so quick to do everything they could to divert all attention away from the Clinton email archive should be enough to tell you just how much they will sacrifice to keep you from knowing what they contain.
Robert Patrick Lewis is a Green Beret OIF/OEF combat veteran with 10th SFG(A), CMO of Heroes Media Group, entrepreneur, MBA and award-winning author of Love Me When I’m Gone: The True Story of Life, Love and Loss for A Green Beret In Post-9/11 War , The Pact and The Pact Book II: Battle Hymn of the Republic. Follow him @RobertPLewis on Twitter or on his RobertPatrickLewisAuthor Facebook page.