I’ve noticed a trend lately of “bombshell” stories that should be major revelations but that don’t feel like it because all they do is confirm what anyone with a lick of sense already suspected.
For example, today’s big story about the FBI raid on President Trump’s home:
Despite White House denials that President Biden knew anything about the upcoming raid, John Solomon at JustTheNews.com obtained memos showing that then-White House Deputy Counsel Jonathan Su was engaged in conversations with the FBI, DOJ and National Archives as early as April to set the raid in motion. Su let them know that Biden wouldn’t object to waiving Trump’s right to executive privilege, clearing the way for them to get a grand jury subpoena to seize Trump’s presidential papers by staging an unprecedented raid on a former President.
It’s still not clear whether this was done out of animosity toward Trump or fear that he’ll run again and beat them. But whatever the reason, this secret collusion between the Biden White House and the DOJ to entrap Trump in a criminal investigation is yet another unprecedented move to undermine the rights of a former President and “get Trump,” no matter the cost. And they keep claiming Trump was the one who "shattered the norms of decency!"
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan called the Biden White House's involvement and privilege waiver "amazing news" (again, I'd call it shocking but not surprising.) Law professor Alan Dershowitz, who reviewed some of the memos at Solomon’s request, said, "The current President should not be able to waive the executive privilege of a predecessor, without the consent of the former President. Otherwise, [privilege] means nothing. What President will ever discuss anything in private if he knows the man who beat him can and will disclose it?"
I guess these people are so brain-wasted with Trump Derangement Syndrome that they think there’s a loophole in the Bill of Rights and in all laws that says, “But it’s okay if you do it to Donald Trump.” With his filing of a 4th Amendment lawsuit, Trump is determined to challenge that insane and dangerous idea in court. Ironically, if liberals could get past their TDS and think straight, they’d be cheering him on, because if the government can do this to a former President, just imagine what they could do to an ordinary citizen who doesn’t have billions of dollars to spend on lawyers.
Matt Margolis of PJ Media has more on why this is a very big deal.
And in yet another unsurprising bombshell, it turns out that Special Presidential Envoy for Climate (SPEC) John Kerry’s office was consulting with leftwing environmental groups who appear to have had direct influence over policy-making decisions.
You might have suspected something like this was up when his office kept fighting Freedom of Information Act requests for information on who was working there, and from the way they kept redacting things that should have been public information.
Incidentally, I’d like to point out that “SPEC” not only stands for “Special Presidential Envoy for Climate,” but a “speck” is also a piece of dirt.