Gohmert – Very Concerned Wray Won’t Fire McCabe, This Is How You Lose A Country

By Rick Wells

Rep Louie Gohmert is concerned about plotting at FBI and DOJ to overthrow President Trump, demanding a second special counsel and a purge of the criminal leadership. FBI Dir

Rep Louie Gohmert says that the corruption that has been uncovered at the FBI and DOJ is extremely serious, saying, “This is how you lose a country.”

In a Wednesday interview with Fox News’ Jon Scott, Gohmert is asked what he would like to know about those five months worth of missing text messages. He replies, “I just want the text messages, that’s very clear, and we are looking into potential obstruction here.”

Gohmert says, “This is an outrage. And I read today they are wanting to talk to the President. My advice, if I were the President’s attorney is, “These guys, this team is so prejudiced against you, and we know what they did to Flynn. They didn’t have much to go on so they bankrupt him with attorney’s fees costs and then threaten to go after his sons.”

He continues, “So the best thing you can do is not talk to these people.” He references Martha Stewart and Scooter Libby as examples of the abuse of justice by Justice Department thugs. “When they don’t have a case then they question you until they get you to say something inconsistent and then they prosecute you for false statements. So don’t talk to them.”   [[VIDEO BELOW]]

“This group needs to be barred, they need to be stopped, and we certainly need a second prosecutor. There is no way the current DOJ or the current leadership in the FBI, my gosh, if Wray won’t even fire McCabe, then there’s no way they can investigate themselves. The whole apple is solid but there are worms that have eaten there way all through the upper leadership. We need a housecleaning.”

Gohmert asks “Why would they be meeting off the agency area? Why would they have meetings away from the office? It says that they must have had something other than justice in mind, because if it was real justice they would have been meeting at the Department of Justice.”

He says, “This stinks to high heaven and this time Congress cannot drop the ball.” Gohmert points to their failures with Fast and Furious to enforce their contempt and prosecute Eric Holder when documents disappeared and with doing nothing to Koskinen [still on the job as IRS Commissioner] and Lois Lerner with the IRS targeting of Americans.  He says this is too serious to ignore.

He adds, “I’m very concerned about Wray. If he will not even fire McCabe, with all we know about McCabe.”

Wray also promised Senator Dianne Feinstein during his confirmation hearings his devotion to Robert Mueller and that he would oppose any attempt to “interfere” with his witch hunt. He vowed to report anything of that nature immediately to the California libtard. Wray had every appearance of agreeing to have removed himself from the executive branch and to have become a snitch and agent for the anti-Trump Democrats in the legislative branch in order to get approval for the position.

That’s where his loyalties lie. His relationship with Mueller and Comey goes way back to the Bush administration; it’s not something he was forced into.

Source: FBI Must Now Prove ‘Missing Texts’ Claim Is Not Bureau Wrongdoing

Demoted FBI agent Peter Strzok. Image via YouTube.

By Debra Heine

Increasingly skeptical members of Congress now suspect that a cover-up of epic proportions is unfolding before their eyes.

According to a source who communicated with Fox News, the FBI must now prove that the loss of five crucial months of text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page was not a result of FBI wrongdoing. The source was described by Fox News as a member of the congressional committee investigating the FBI’s handling of the Clinton email investigation.

“The FBI must show now that the missing texts are not obstruction of congressional oversight or destruction of evidence,” the source reportedly stated.

Senate and House investigators also reportedly have a number of questions for Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz, who has also been investigating the FBI’s handling of the Clinton email investigation.

According to the Washington Examiner’s Byron York, first and foremost, investigators want to know if Horowitz or anyone else has the missing texts. “Congressional investigators will also be asking: ‘Does the FBI’s explanation make sense? Is there evidence to support it? Were other Samsung phones not recorded as a result of technical problems between December 14, 2016 and May 17, 2017?'”

So far, the FBI isn’t commenting:

Screen Shot 2018-01-22 at 5.44.21 PM

Even if the FBI’s story checks out, investigators in the House and Senate want to know if there is a way to find the missing texts, the Examiner reports:

Who would have the power to do so? Horowitz’s investigation is an administrative review, not a criminal probe, and does not have the authority to compel production of some information.

Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Chairman Ron Johnson fired off a letter with further questions to FBI Director Christopher Wray on Saturday:

Does the FBI have records of any other communications between Strzok and Page? What texts has the FBI produced to the inspector general? How extensive was the alleged glitch that allegedly resulted in the lost texts?

Johnson also asked whether the FBI has “conducted searches of Mr. Strzok and Ms. Page’s non-FBI-issued communications devices or accounts to determine whether federal records exist on those nonofficial accounts.”

That is an apparent reference to instances in the texts in which Strzok and Page told each other that they were switching to iMessage for further conversation, suggesting they might have moved their discussion of sensitive topics from their government-issued Samsung devices to private Apple devices.

Here is the Washington Examiner‘s recap of critical events in the Trump-Russia affair that took place between December 2016 and May 2017:

Screen Shot 2018-01-22 at 5.45.56 PM

It simply strains credulity that the FBI could accidentally lose thousands of texts between two key FBI officials during this crucial period. It’s not surprising that the trust between many members of Congress and the FBI is all but gone.

“Very suspicious,” one investigator commented. “Hard to believe,” said another.

The Examiner asked an investigator to rate his trust of the FBI on a scale from 1 to 10. He quickly answered: “Zero.”

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) compared the FBI’s supposed technical glitch to the disappearance of former IRS official Lois Lerner’s missing emails:

Screen Shot 2018-01-22 at 5.47.39 PM

“The [Lois] Lerner thing was huge,” Jordan told The Daily Caller on Sunday. “My gut tells me this is probably bigger.” He told the Caller that the House Judiciary Committee plans to look into the missing texts.

Jordan said: “Everybody knows the IRS is incompetent. But we’re talking about the FBI here.”

He added: “If this is true, they lost the text messages from the guy who was deputy head of counterintelligence? I mean, come on. If this actually happened this is unbelievable, and it’s why we would need to investigate it.”

Jordan also renewed his call for a second special counsel to look into how a FISA warrant was obtained to spy on members of President Trump’s campaign team:


Screen Shot 2018-01-22 at 5.50.13 PM

Fake News Firehose: Science Proves ‘Impartial’ Journos Are Not Making ‘Honest Mistakes’ About Trump

by JOHN NOLTE12 Dec 2017

The settled science informs us that the more often you flip a coin, the more likely it is that there will be a 50/50  split of heads to tails. In other words, if you flip a coin 20 times, the probability of achieving a ratio of 8 heads and 12 tails diminishes greatly if you flip it 40 or 60 times. The closer you get to 100 coin flips, the closer you will get to a perfect 50/50 split of heads to tails.

Naturally, in order to achieve this perfect split, in order to conduct the experiment accurately, good faith must be involved. The person flipping the coin must show no bias and no personal investment towards the outcome. The coin-flipper must be interested in only one thing — an outcome that reveals objective truth.

Therefore, through the use of dispassionate science and math, the only conclusion one can come to when observing the national media’s relentless fire-hosing of fake news is that these are not “honest mistakes,” but instead deliberate lies — attempts from a biased and partisan media to destroy President Trump through a propagandistic crusade of calculated disinformation.

What allows us to safely come to this conclusion?

Well, what would you think of a scientist who came to you with a coin-flipping experiment that resulted in 0 heads and 100 tails?

That is easy, you would know the experiment had been rigged, that he is lying. And you would know this because a 0/100 outcome is impossible without a corrupting influence, without a conscious act of bias. Moreover, you would know that an insistence that the experiment was ethical was an attempt to make a fool of you.

And that is what the media believe we are — fools, which is why proven liars, chief among them CNN’s Chris CillizzaBrian Stelter, David Frum, and Jim Acosta, continue to make the audaciously anti-science argument that, all of the fake news we have seen over the last two years, is the result only of “honest mistakes” from reporters who “work hard to get it right.”

Well, everyone knows that honest mistakes are like coin flips. The more honest mistakes one makes, the more the ratio of those mistakes will end up 50/50.

So, if 100 honest mistakes are made in reports about Trump, we should see something very close to a 50/50 split in these reports. Half of these honest mistakes will get it wrong to Trump’s benefit; the other half will be damaging to Trump. Meaning…

For every piece of MSM fake news that is unfair to Trump, we should see a piece of MSM fake news that is too soft on Trump, that gives him too much benefit of the doubt, that clears him of wrongdoing prematurely, soft-pedal his mistakes, or overestimates his popularity, crowd size, and political victories.

Just as an honest and unbiased scientist interested only in an outcome of objective truth will achieve a 50/50 split, so too would honest and unbiased journalists interested only in an outcome of objective truth.

But that is not what we are seeing from our national media, and already we are waywayway beyond 100 coin flips. In just the last 10 days, the national media have been caught red-handed telling no fewer than 11 consequential lies. And…

Every honest mistake comes up tails for Trump.




It is just a fact that coin flips and honest mistakes do not fall like this — and anyone who argues otherwise is either a liar or a science denier.

Furthermore, recent history is achingly clear in informing us that these are not “honest mistakes,” because this never happened to Barack Obama. We never saw anything even close to this unrelenting assumption of the worst when it came to Bill Ayers’s pal.

Whether it was the IRS abuses against conservatives, Benghazi, Fast and Furious, the Veterans Administration death list, the Solyndra subsidies, the DOJ refusing to prosecute the Black Panthers, the wiretapping of Trump’s campaign, Hillary’s secret email account, spying on journalists, Bowe Bergdahl, or the EPA polluting the Colorado River — the media did everything in their power to make it comes up heads for their Precious Barry.

Everything the media could do to downplay Barry’s scandals, to give him the widest benefit of the doubt, to dismiss and move on, was done, even by a CNN staffer during a consequential presidential debate.

For Obama the media always made it come up heads.

For Trump, it is always tails.

If you believe in science, math, and history, the only conclusion you can come to is that these not honest mistakes; rather, these are deliberate and calculated lies told by deliberate and calculating liars.

Republican Tax Bill Cancels $23 Billion In Tax Credits For Illegal Aliens

According to its authors, the new GOP tax bill will strip illegal immigrants of their ability to claim and collect several major tax credits.

Doing so will save the federal government an estimated $23.1 billion over the next decade.

The bill will do this by closing IRS loopholes and requiring all taxpayers to submit work-eligible Social Security numbers in order to claim tax credits.

This may come as a shock to some who take for granted the assumption that illegal aliens don’t receive state benefits—especially tax credits.  However, it’s an open secret that the IRS has allowed illegal aliens who pay tax to collect a number of tax benefits, including the American Opportunity Tax Credit and the Earned Income Tax Credit.

Although previous governments have attempted to end the spending, the IRS has maintained that it has the authority to interpret tax law, given that direction from Congress is often bare-bones, and presidential direction (under Obama) was two-faced.

While this presumption is generally accepted, this cannot be used to shield the IRS from specific Congressional diktats.

Now that President Trump controls the White House, the IRS will have no latitude to interpret the law as it sees fit: Trump is cracking down on illegal immigrants and the administration will need to fall in line.

Finally, I feel compelled to remind our readers that tax credits are a paltry sum compared to government services consumed by illegal aliens.

For example, recent reports from the Federation for American Immigration Reform peg the cost of illegal immigration at some $135 billion annually.  This includes the cost of government services, healthcare, education, and judicial costs.  It does not include the value of remittances, which work out to nearly $40 billion annually, nor does it include the aforementioned tax credits.

At the state level illegal immigration also costs big money.  Illegal immigration costs the State of California $30 billion annually—17.7 percent of the state budget.  This is primary reason why California’s infrastructure is increasingly dilapidated, and its public schools are among the worst in the nation.

Even in red states, like Texas, illegal immigration costs taxpayers enormously.  Illegal immigration costs the State of Texas some $12 billion annually.

Immigration is milking the American people dry, and Congress is finally moving in the right direction.