The extraordinary story published Friday night in the New York Times titled "F.B.I. An open inquiry into whether Trump was secretly working on behalf of Russia" tells us how sick the Washington establishment had become.
A group of bureaucrats – elected by no one – sat in a room and decided they would investigate the new president of the United States for possible treason. Let me repeat it: betrayal. This is, after all, the implication of this investigation.
This group of bureaucrats does not report to anyone in the elective authority. In a justice department, where employees gave 97% of their contributions to the presidential campaign at Hillary Clinton, the hostility towards the newly elected president Trump was profound (1
The senior members of the Justice Department (all promoted under the Obama administration) were clearly willing to go all the way to repudiate the verdict of the American people in the 2016 elections  In addition, these were the Department of Justice bureaucrats who had ignored the Clinton Foundation scandals, minimized Clinton's e-mail investigations and the Internet scandal, and ignored the former President Clinton who collected money from the Russians overseas while his wife was secretary of state.
Suddenly, these "passive, dispassionate and tolerant" bureaucrats have been galvanized to investigate a president for a possible treasure n.
When did they make this decision, who did they share with? Obviously, they could not go to President Trump, since he was the target of their investigations.
In an ordered world, they could have gone to Vice President Mike Pence and informed him. After all, Pence was a member of the United States House and governor of Indiana before being vice president. There is no sign of any scandal involving anything that Pence has ever done.
If these anti-Trump fanatics in the Justice Department were afraid to go to the White House, they could inform the judiciary executives and the Intelligence commissions in the House and Senate. At that point they would have had some control over the potential reality.
President Trump was not betraying the Constitution. There is no evidence that he ever considered betraying his country for the Russians. It is the Bureaucrats of the Justice Department who betrayed the Constitution.
As former President Trump's attorney John Dowd said on Saturday: "The Times story of New York is an unintentional disclosure and verification of the total corruption of their oaths by Director of FBI James) Comey and his colleagues to undermine the free election of the US President, apparently under the supervision of the Deputy Prosecutor General, who reportedly would be ready to wear a thread to capture President Trump. substance of republics and dictatorships of bananas.This despicable, unlawful, official conduct undermines our entire federal criminal justice system that protects our freedom as a free people. "
This rogue investigation eventually changed into a guided investigation by special adviser Robert Mueller who has ruined lives, kept Americans in confinement Conflict and forced confessions through threats of persecution that destroy life and financially bankrupt.
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President Trump did not betray the Constitution. There is no evidence that he ever considered betraying his country for the Russians. It is the Bureaucrats of the Justice Department who betrayed the Constitution.
Losing this report to the New York Times rather than presenting it to Congress is just another example of the will of Justice Department officials to violate the rules and undermine the rule of law in favor of the rule of power. It also exposes their alliance with the liberal media to undermine and, if possible, destroy the duly elected president of the United States.
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