Recall that in the 1970s, the Watergate scandal displaced President Nixon and inspired a wave of legislation intended to produce transparency. In the long run, USA politics became much more cynical after Watergate, and Americans lost faith in their government.
However, the new scandal is SPYgate, and it promises to be bigger than Watergate. With any luck, it will force the world to take a closer look at Pizzagate. After people start looking at Pizzagate, the USA government will probably lose a great deal of legitimacy and its citizens will probably be less willing to cooperate with its demands.
- Sources tell The Daily Caller several FBI agents want congressional subpoenas to testify about the agency’s problems.
- The sources claim there is a demand within the agency to prosecute former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe. They also say the bureau has become totally politicized.
- The subpoenas are desired by the FBI agents because it requires Congress to pay for their legal fees and protects them from agency retribution.
Many agents in the FBI want Congress to subpoena them so they can reveal problems caused by former FBI Director James Comey and former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, three people in direct contact with active field agents tell TheDC.
“There are agents all over this country who love the bureau and are sickened by [James] Comey’s behavior and [Andrew] McCabe and [Eric] Holder and [Loretta] Lynch and the thugs like [John] Brennan–who despise the fact that the bureau was used as a tool of political intelligence by the Obama administration thugs,” former federal prosecutor Joe DiGenova told The Daily Caller Tuesday. “They are just waiting for a chance to come forward and testify.”
This fat guy is called Halper. He is well-connected and rich and he gets large quantities of money for spying on people.
Within hours of opening an investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia in the summer of 2016, the F.B.I. dispatched a pair of agents to London on a mission so secretive that all but a handful of officials were kept in the dark.
Their assignment, which has not been previously reported, was to meet the Australian ambassador, who had evidence that one of Donald J. Trump’s advisers knew in advance about Russian election meddling. After tense deliberations between Washington and Canberra, top Australian officials broke with diplomatic protocol and allowed the ambassador, Alexander Downer, to sit for an F.B.I. interview to describe his meeting with the campaign adviser, George Papadopoulos.
The agents summarized their highly unusual interview and sent word to Washington on Aug. 2, 2016, two days after the investigation was opened. Their report helped provide the foundation for a case that, a year ago Thursday, became the special counsel investigation. But at the time, a small group of F.B.I. officials knew it by its code name: Crossfire Hurricane.