2Jul/190

Another phony attack on Trump is in the works!

Marty Watters, Investigative Reporter

The folks that gave you the infamous "Steel dosseir" are now working to give you the "Waas dossier".

The former Deputy Director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, who was instrumental in the Russia -Trump investigation, initiated by the phony Steele dossier, is currently under investigation for leaking confidential information to the media.

But don't think for one minute that's going to stop the Clinton clan from continuing their efforts to take down Trump.

No, the Clinton crew never gives up. Now it appears that McCabe's attorney, Michael R. Bromwich, has taken on the task of orchestrating the latest false narrative about Trump to be fed the public via their friends in the media.

So get ready for yet another phony attack on Trump!

Bromwich, the former Department of Justice Inspector General under Bill Clinton, has teamed up with New York Review of Books (NYR) and independent journalist Murray Waas to help pivot from the discredited Christopher Steele dossier and "Russiagate" to the Waas dossier and "Obstructiongate".

Waas' latest fairy tale states that Trump fired FBI Director James Comey to obstruct the "Russiagate" investigation.

But Waas' credibility had already been destroyed years ago.

For those who don't remember Waas he's a blogger who was celebrated for his reporting on the Plamegate scandal even though he has since admitted his reporting on Plamegate was false, and that the whole thing  was a hoax.

Related: Murray Waas: Plamegate cover-up is “something that is bigger than Watergate”

Plamegate “journalist” dis-owns book!

Now, just like he did in Plamegate, Waas is claiming to have received confidential information and documents from anonymous sources inside the DoJ.

What Rod Rosenstein Knew When He Helped Trump Fire Comey
By Murray Waas

"I was able to read the full draft of that letter, and two earlier drafts, as well as notes made by Stephen Miller, a senior policy adviser to President Trump, who helped the president write the various drafts. The Trump administration has refused to provide these records to Congress, citing claims of executive privilege."

Waas' latest claim is that he has obtained access to multiple draft letters written by President Trump to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that prove Trump obstructed justice in the firing of Comey. Drafts that only Waas can tell you about!

Waas claims to have access to draft letters that are protected by Executive Privilege? Really?

Wait! It gets better!

Bromwich is now extolling what a great case Waas makes for obstruction of justice against President Trump in his most recent article, and he is urging Democrats to use Waas' story as a guideline for questioning Robert Mueller in the upcoming July 17th hearing where Mueller will give public testimony.

Timeline of Deceit: From Trump’s Draft to Rosenstein’s Cover Story

Bromwich wants Congress to ask Mueller about the recently created Waas dossier instead of the Steele dossier.

Do you think the Democrats will oblige him? Bet on it!

Now Laurence Tribe, a Clinton apologist and strong advocate for impeaching Trump, is also on board with Waas' unsubstantiated claims. Tribe states that Waas "makes a strong case for demanding the live public testimony of Rosenstein".

Joining Bromwich and Tribe in spreading the Waas claim is the Democratic National Committee insider, Alexandra Chalupa, who in 2016 solicited dirt on Trump from the Ukrainian government. Chalupa had this to say: the "confidential draft letter Trump wrote confirms he fired FBI Director James Comey because he was investigating Putin's attack on the 2016 U.S. election."

Wow! That's rich coming from a woman who will go to prison if a legitimate investigation is ever done.

Here's the best part:

Waas' editor at NYR, Matt Seaton, was asked specific questions about Waas' claims and Seaton's answers made it crystal clear that he did not want to go on record as having any knowledge about Waas' sources, or that he even vetted Waas' story. Instead, Seaton rambled on about a "trust" he had in Waas.

Now why would Seaton behave so squirrelly?

Well, could it have anything to do with the fact that former Inspector General Bromwich has a brother that also writes for NYR?

David Bromwich, author of the book: "American Breakdown: The Trump Years and How They Befell Us"(published 1-10-2019)

Waas alleges he is getting confidential information from an anonymous source inside the DoJ. But what Waas doesn't want you to know is that he just so happens to write for the same outlet as the brother of the attorney who represents both Christine Blasey Ford and Andrew McCabe.

How convenient. Could it be that Bromwich is Waas' anonymous source who is using Waas to further a false narrative, just like the FBI did with the Steele dossier?

Sure looks that way.

Maybe Congress should invite Murray Waas to testify about who was helping him construct his dossier.

2Nov/130

Murray Waas accuses THE HUFFINGTON POST of fabricating “ObamaCare” stories

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

 

 

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What is going on with Murray Waas?

First he dis-owns the book United States v. I. Lewis Libby, a book that he purportedly wrote. And now, he is accusing The Huffington Post of fabricating stories that are favorable to "Obamacare".

Murray Waas < email address redacted > wrote:

Here is the example from last week. A Cherkis story on Obamacare. So good, even the President of the Untied States quoted the article. With the great quote, the money quote, Cherkis does not identify the guy in any way. In comparison, the other people quoted in the article who are exactly similar to him, are all quoted by name and age. This is kinda a pattern: The money quote, great quote, is anonymous, while everyone else quoted in a story by him on the record says something mundane. It seems to me that you can at least go to him and his editors and ask why he didn't name the guy or ask the woman in the article who was present and witnessed the incident says it is true or not. That would be just one phone call to talk to her.

http://delong.typepad.com/sdj/2013/08/jason-cherkis-these-three-paragraphs-say-everything-about-obamacare-noted-for-august-27-2013.html

So if you have this one, you also have the incidents from 2011 and 2012, hardly ancient history, and the two dozen of so other people who say he makes things up.

Anyway, I have done my part here...

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Murray

By claiming that the Huffington Post is fabricating stories favorable to "Obamacare", Waas, has apparently had a change of heart when it comes to the law (Affordable Care Act) that he use to be a proponent of.

And, the people, he use to endorse.

Obama Cites HuffPost Article In Affordable Care Act Push (VIDEO)

Indications are, Waas had an epiphany.

In any case, like we said, he's talking.

More to come.....

28Jun/130

The “James B. Comey Show”

B. C. Woodstein, Guest Writer

Below, watch James B. Comey's performance at a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on May 15, 2007 concerning warrantless wiretaps, and the alleged stand-off between the Bush II administration and his Department of Justice (DOJ). Comey's performance is aided by Sen. Chuck Schumer playing the straight man in their skit. Enjoy their depiction of hospital room heroics, worthy of Saturday Night Live.

Now, when you're done laughing at Comey's Schumer-assisted performance that helped scrub clean all the top people at the Bush DOJ, who were just about to be outed by DOJ whistleblower Thomas Tamm for conducting warrantless wiretaps on American Citizens, consider this: After the hospital room "skit," Deputy Attorney General James Comey, Attorney General John Ashcroft, and FBI Director Robert Mueller all went right back to work conducting warrantless wiretaps on American citizens, just as though nothing had happened.

Today, the Hospital room comedy is touted by the regime as the main reason we should accept Comey as the next FBI Director.

If that doesn't get your attention, remember this: On December 30, 2003, Comey appointed U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald to be Special Counsel on what is commonly known as the Valerie Plame Case. Fitzgerald was given extraordinary powers to hunt down the source of a leak to a newspaper reporter who (1.) never wrote a story using the information while (2.) Comey, Patrick Fitzgerald, and half of Washington DC, knew who did leak the information before...yes, before...Fitzgerald was even appointed! The reporter was Judith Miller of the New York Times. The self-confessed leaker was Richard Armitage, the Deputy Secretary of State to Colin Powell.

In retrospect, the whole Plame saga was a surrogate whizzing contest between Powell and his-not-so-good friend Dick Cheney.

Now feature this: Shortly after appointing his buddy Fitzgerald to be Special Counsel in the Valerie Plame Case, Comey went to work as the top lawyer at Lockheed Martin. They do a lot of surveillance business with the feds.

Now factor in Mark Grossman. Remember him? He was the Undersecretary of State who reported to Deputy Secretary of State Dick Armitage. Grossman wrote the memo that started the whole Plame thing – as Gomer Pyle said, "Surprise, surprise."

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Marc Grossman

 

Coincidently, two of Marc Grossman's colleagues at the Cohen Group (that would be Cohen as in Bill Clinton's former SecDef) – namely Vice-Chair Joseph Ralston and Senior Counselor James Loy – sit on the Board of Directors at Lockheed Martin.

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Joseph W. Ralston                                                                                          James M. Loy

You suppose Ralston and Loy were so delighted with the job that Comey and his buddy Fitz were doing keeping the Chicago/Washington/Bagdad Railroad that John Shaw exposed running, that they recommended Lockheed Martin bring Comey on board and pay him a boat load of money?

Comey's total compensation in 2009 alone was $6,113,797, which was multiple times higher than the position ordinarily paid.

Oh, and did you know that Grossman was Fitz's star witness in the Scooter Libby trial? Gee, it's a small world!

Here's a question the media never did ask: Did Grossman know Valerie Plame's husband, Joe Wilson. If so, how did he know him, and for how long? After all, Grossman and Wilson went to the same college, at the same time, and were doing the same job in neighboring countries leading up to, and during, "Operation Desert Storm." Grossman was Deputy Chief of Mission in Turkey, and Wilson was Deputy Chief of Mission in Iraq.

Think maybe they knew each other?

Do you think Chuck Schumer or any of the Senator's on the Senate Judiciary Committee will look for answers to these important questions?

Tune in to find out on the next "James B Comey Show" coming to a Senate committee hearing on your TV.