Trump Weighs In On Watergate 2.0

Special Counsel John Durham prevails!

His investigation may be time-consuming, but it sure has been thorough … leading to none other than Ms. Hillary “Untouchable” Clinton herself.

In fact, she’s so “untouchable” for the Democrats that the current White House is clearly terrified of her, though can you really blame them?

After all, enough rumors have surrounded the Clinton clan for anyone to develop a relatively “healthy fear” of the ultimate swamp creatures that just won’t go away.

When a reporter pressed Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre about Clinton’s rather brazen, albeit unsurprising, connections to corruption, the White House’s fear was even clearer.

“Does the president have any concerns about a candidate for president using computer experts to infiltrate computer systems of competing candidates, or even the president-elect to – for the goal of creating a narrative?” the reporter queried.

Jean-Pierre, who was clearly coached at least several dozen times in advance of the press conference, essentially repeated the same thing over and over.

“That’s something I can’t speak to from this podium, so I refer you to the Department of Justice,” Jean-Pierre remarked crisply.

After two other attempts to achieve even 1 percent transparency, Jean-Pierre got more creative in her response to the third query.

“My answer is not going to change,” Jean-Pierre said firmly, “I refer you to the Department of Justice.”

Evidently, the third time was not the charm.

As far as being “referred” to the DoJ? Yeah, Rand Paul tried that with Fauci several months ago after Fauci openly lied to Congress, and look where that ended up.

Nowhere.

Just because the media isn’t focusing on it does not mean that it isn’t a huge deal however, as stated rather plainly by the real victim of the Clinton machine: Donald J. Trump.

“This is a scandal far greater in scope and magnitude than Watergate and those who were involved in and knew about this spying operation should be subject to criminal prosecution,” Trump remarked.

Absolutely no comparison between Watergate and Clinton’s campaign can be drawn, aside from the fact that Clinton’s machinations are infinitely more dangerous for democracy.

Then again, that was clear from her criminal irresponsibility in the Middle East, the same irresponsibility that drove her to attempt to deflect attention from her onto Trump in the first place.

Except Clinton didn’t count on the tenacity of Special Counsel John Durham.

Oops.

“In a stronger period of time in our country, this crime would have been punishable by death,” Trump continued, “In addition, reparations should be paid to those in our country who have been damaged by this.”

Well, in the case of the Clintons, let’s try to get some basic accountability before even starting with reparations.

Considering that Clinton just played her favorite “dodge the reporters” game in elitist Manhattan, conveniently wearing a huge mask outside to hide her face, the accountability does not seem forthcoming.

K.T. MacFarland, who served as Deputy National Security Advisor under Michael Flynn first four months of Trump’s administration, certainly hopes for such accountability, as evidenced by a rather direct opinion piece published in Fox News.

Throughout the editorial, MacFarland drives at two major questions near the end.

“First, did the intelligence community know the Clinton campaign was hacking into Trump’s campaign, presidential transition and White House offices?  If so, did they just look the other way? Did they stand on the sidelines while the Big Lie was spread far and wide?  Of, did they actually participate in the effort to spy on Donald Trump?” MacFarland questioned.

Given how woke the intel community is becoming, it seems reasonable to guess that they may have helped perpetuate “the Big Lie.”

They certainly perpetuated attention away from Mr. Hunter Biden, that’s for sure.

“Second, what happened to those Clinton campaign officials who create the Big Lie in the first place? Will they ever be held accountable for trying to undermine a president of the United States and by extension the will of the people?” MacFarland continued.

That’s the million-dollar question that most Americans probably already know the answer to …

Author: Ofelia Thornton