by Jack Watts
COMMON SENSE: With the firing of FBI Agent Peter Strzok, the gloves have come off, and serious questions about the legitimacy of the Mueller investigation are finally being asked. I have maintained for over a year that this has been a criminal conspiracy. Now, others are also speaking out—people far more important than I am, including Peter Swecker, the former Assistant Director of the CID Division of the FBI.
According to Swecker, while there “clearly is no love lost between the president, Strzok, Comey and McCabe, there is no doubt that by any objective standard, all three deserved to be fired for misconduct . . . All three of these rogue FBI officials put themselves on pedestals and cast themselves as noble heroes willing to sacrifice their own careers for the cause of truth and justice. That’s great PR spin, and much of the media has fallen for it. But it’s simply not true.”
The investigation into Russian interference in our elections is legit, but trying to use this to drive President Trump from office certainly is not. In a coordinated effort to execute a soft coop, Comey, McCabe, Strzok, and numerous others not only violated their oats of office, but they also engaged in criminal behavior unprecedented in American history.
This cabal cannot be allowed to continue. Each of these conspirators must be held to account for their actions. We, the American people, demand that they be investigated, and we demand it now.