- The Timeline
- The Investigated & Connected
- Conspiracy – The Meetings
- The Investigators
Defense the Trump Way DIVERSION TACTICS FROM THE INVESTIGATION & Counter-attacks
The Trump Administration’s response to all accusations is complete denial…followed by offensive action by placing blame or creating a media storm about anyone they can: Obama, Clinton, , Intelligence, etc.
July 25, 2018 House Resolution 1028 Impeaching Rod Rosenstein, the Deputy Attorney General of the United States, for high crimes and misdemeanors.THE FREEDOM CAUCUS on Wikipedia -Rep. Mark Meadows, Rep. Jim Jordan, Rep. Jody B. Hice-GA, Rep. Jeff Duncan-SC, Rep. Andy Biggs-AZ, Rep. Louie Gohmert-TX, Rep. Matt Gaetz-FL, Rep. Scott DesJarlais-TN, Mr. Paul Gosar-WY, Mr. Bill Posey-FL, and Mr. Scott Perry-PA, referred to the Committee on the Judiciary
Cover-ups, excuses, denials swamp Trump camp: Rachel Maddow reviews just some of the many cover stories presented by members of the Donald Trump administration and/or campaign about contacts with Russians that were later shown to be false. September 12, 2017
SUSAN RICE & UNMASKING: The first incident was the Susan Rice “Unmasking” scandal, which resulted in Devin Nunes recusing himself from the Investigation. It was also an early public indicator of recorded conversations between the Trump Campaign and Sergey Kislyak.
OBAMA WIRETAPPING ACCUSATIONS: As it turns out, FISA court orders WERE issued, but Trump the accuser would be at risk of being recorded if he were speaking with people under investigation. Once again, he pointed the finger and it comes back to him and his associates talking to Russians under investigation.
BERNIE SANDERS’ WIFE UNDER INVESTIGATION Hopefully no wrongdoing will be found. It is another pointed finger at someone accused of that which Trump and his associates have similarly done.
BLAMING OBAMA FOR NOT ALERTING THE PUBLIC TO RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE IN THE ELECTION
LORETTA LYNCH AND CLINTON EMAILS
Chaffetz: Justice watchdog also looking at Lynch’s role in FBI’s Clinton email probe Fox News June 24, 2017
“Utah GOP Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of House oversight committee, said Saturday that the Justice Department’s inspector general’s office, in addition to a Senate panel, is looking into whether former Attorney General Loretta Lynch tried to squash the FBI’s Hillary Clinton email investigation.”
COUNTER-ATTACKING FORMER FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY
ATTACKING “MORNING JOE” HOSTS AND TRUMP PUNCHING CNN IN WRESTLING VIDEO
While the first direct evidence of the Trump Campaign’s collusion with the Russian hackers was revealead (GOP Operative worked for Mike Flynn to obtain Hillary’s missing 33,000 emails by contacting at least 2 Russian hacker groups), and simultaneously Trump was calling for 32 million people to lose healthcare by repealing the ACA, concurrent with Trump defunding the agency tasked (Election Assistance Commission) with protecting our election systems, Trump attacked Mika from “Morning Joe” with Tweets, lying about her “Bleeding from her face”, and then r_The_Donald created a video of Trump beating up CNN to shore up more support generated by Trump fans appreciating his lack of good taste with Mika.
“Before it made it to President Donald Trump’s Twitter account, a now-infamous video of the leader beating a man with the CNN logo transplanted over his face wound its way through Reddit — and appeared to have been created by a redditor with a history of openly racist posts.
As the Jeffrey Epstein case was taking over the media, Trump violated Civil Rights by calling for “The Squad”, 4 Women of Color Progressive Reps., to “Go Back Where You Came From” (Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley) Hillary Clinton Fires Back After Trump’s Racist Tweet: ‘You’re Right About One Thing’ Huff Post July 15, 2019The president lobbed an inaccurate attack at several Democratic lawmakers on Sunday, saying they should “go back” to the countries they came from.
WATCH: House derails Trump impeachment vote PBS Wednesday’s vote to kill the proposal by Texas congressman Al Green was 332-95. Democrats opposed the effort by a 3-to-2 margin, while all Republicans voted to kill it.