A guide to spygate, from a retired FBI agent


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On Christmas Eve 1968 three Americans became the first humans to visit another world. What they did to celebrate was unexpected and profound, and will be remembered throughout all human history. Genesis: the Story of Apollo 8, Robert Zimmerman's classic history of humanity's first journey to another world, tells that story, and it is now available as both an ebook and an audiobook, both with a foreword by Valerie Anders and a new introduction by Robert Zimmerman.

 
The ebook is available everywhere for $5.99 (before discount) at amazon, or direct from my ebook publisher, ebookit.

 
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"Not simply about one mission, [Genesis] is also the history of America's quest for the moon... Zimmerman has done a masterful job of tying disparate events together into a solid account of one of America's greatest human triumphs." --San Antonio Express-News

Link here. He gives us the educated perspective of someone who worked at the bureau and understands the bureaucratic requirements that are involved with any investigation. What he finds clarifies much of what has happened, and does so in a way that strengthens the case that the upper management of the FBI was involved in an effort to prevent Trump’s election, and if that failed, create a situation where he could be forced out thereafter.

The article is also helpful in that it helps place many of the Strzok-Page texts in context, something that also strengthens the case against them and the agency.

More and more, it appears that the FBI and the Obama Justice Department were working to nullify the 2016 Presidential election, to fix it in order to guarantee a Democratic Party victory. Many people should go to jail for this.

And if they don’t, we will no longer have a constitutional government, of, for, and by the people.

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2 comments

  • Cotour

    A name that is new to me, Amanda Renteria, for some very secure and interesting reason this woman appears to be at the center of some of this stuff.

    “Amanda Andrea Renteria (born November 15, 1974) is an American political aide who has worked for United States Senators Dianne Feinstein and Debbie Stabenow. A member of the Democratic Party, Renteria is the first Latina Chief of Staff in the history of the U.S. Senate. She was the Democratic nominee for the United States House of Representatives from California’s 21st congressional district in 2014, but lost to incumbent Republican David Valadao. In February 2018 she announced her candidacy for Governor of California.”

    When asked about this woman I.G. Horowitz went full “I can not comment on her for security reasons”.

    I suspect that this might tie into the Awan situation? Should turn out to be significant as it all unravels.

  • Cotour

    Right in the middle of it all? In the mix between Podesta, Clinton & Feinstein, some heavy hitters, a convenient Latina political tool who I assume knows too much? I might be very nervous if I were her.

    “2016 Clinton campaign
    Leaked emails of John Podesta show that the Hillary Clinton campaign was looking for a “Hispanic woman” for the position of political director of her 2016 presidential campaign.[18] Following the loss to Valadao, Renteria was hired to fill that position.[19]

    2018 gubernatorial campaign
    On February 20, 2018, Renteria announced her candidacy in the 2018 California gubernatorial election.[20] Renteria finished seventh out of 27 candidates on the ballot in California’s unique “top-two primary”; she received 83,243 votes, for 1.3% of the vote.”

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