Call the Plumbers

HAVE WE REACHED ANOTHER “WATERSHED” MOMENT?

by Joseph DeMaio, ©2016

(Oct. 16, 2016) — Drip… drip… drip… DRIP! Soon – hopefully very soon – the dam will burst, the reservoir of lies that has built up over the years will pour out and Hillary Rotten (forgive the typo…) Clinton (“HRC” still works…) will drown in her biggest lie yet: that she had nothing, repeat, nothing to do with the deaths of four Americans at Benghazi on September 11-12, 2012.

As hypothesized here, it is altogether possible that HRC exchanged e-mails with the Usurper at 1600 which would corroborate and perhaps even prove that the Benghazi disaster was actually a botched kidnapping attempt. As noted in the foregoing post, that structured abduction would have been concocted as part of a plan to orchestrate a swap of Ambassador Chris Stevens for Omar Abdel-Rahman, the “Blind Sheik,” to bolster the Usurper at 1600’s 2012 re-election chances. Who can say with certainty that additional e-mail “dumps” by Wikileaks and/or others might not include proof that such a scheme existed?

Indeed, the Wikileaks “dump” last week reveals that on March 4, 2015, John Podesta – now HRC’s campaign manager – sent an e-mail to Cheryl Mills, HRC’s now-immunized “attorney,” asking: “Think we should withhold emails to and from potus?”  “To and from” potus? You mean the same “potus” that “knew nothing” of the HRC unauthorized, homebrew private computer until he heard about it along with everyone else in the news? That guy?

The basis Podesta identified for withholding the e-mails was “executive privilege.” You know, that same defense offered up by disgraced former President Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal. Nixon’s “White House Plumbers” set in motion a conspiracy that would eventually lead to Nixon’s resignation from the presidency. The “smoking gun” secret tape of Nixon conspiring with his apparatchiks in the Oval Office in 1972 prior to the Watergate break-in could well have been the analogue precursor to one of the 18 e-mails exchanged between HRC and the occupier of the Oval Office.

Even HRC argued in 1974, while she was a young lawyer working on the Watergate scandal for the House Judiciary Committee and Special Prosecutor John Doar, that executive privilege could not be used to shield records from a congressional subpoena. Talk about being hoisted on one’s own petard. Oh, wait…, never mind. She is above the law that applies to everyone else. My bad.

Clearly, if such a structured “safe abduction” message had been exchanged between HRC and the usurper during the time leading up to the Benghazi attacks, it is difficult to conceive of any other communication which would be higher on the list for withholding and/or eradication via BleachBit…, or hammers… or the waters of the Potomac….or maybe the South Pacific beneath an Air Force One vacation trip to the usurper’s purported birthplace.

Moreover, Podesta’s question came on March 4, 2015, just one day after the House Select Committee on Benghazi had sent a letter the HRC’s mouthpiece factory requesting of her lawyers “the preservation and production of all documents and media related to the email addresses hdr22@clintonemail.com and hrcl7@clintonemail.com.” Those e-mails were eventually turned over to the State Department, but that gulag has refused to turn them over to the House Committee or, for all we know, the Keystone Kops agency formerly known as the FBI.

Ten months after Podesta’s e-mail to Mills, State Department flack John Kirby disingenuously announced that, while eighteen e-mails in eight separate chains had been exchanged between the occupier of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and HRC, they would “remain confidential to protect the [p]resident’s ability to receive unvarnished advice and counsel…” and that Kirby would “not speak again to the content of that e-mail traffic.”  Really?

Wikileaks has released nine batches of Podesta emails over the last ten days

Apart from the ironic stupidity of having such a claim of “privilege” or “confidentiality” emanate from the State Department rather than the White House, if there is any scintilla of evidence supporting the botched kidnapping plot theory – and with each passing WikiLeaks “dump,” the volume of corroborating evidence increases – what Kirby is actually saying is that the chief executive can, in fact, scheme and plot against an American ambassador for political gain, and still retain the ability to skate around criminal conspiracy and treason laws under the guise that he/she needs “unvarnished advice and counsel.”

Memo to the electorate: protected “unvarnished advice and counsel” does not extend to conspiracy to facilitate the kidnapping of an American ambassador for political gain, particularly when the ambassador and three other Americans die as a result.

Since the mainstream media, led by the Gray Trollop and The Washington Post – boy, has that publication metastasized into a malignant journalistic tumor since Watergate days – couldn’t care less about the truth, it is up to folks like those reading The P&E to spread the word. Truthfully, the mainstream media has become nothing more than an appendage of the Democratic Party and its XX-chromosome dictator, HRC. Josef Goebbels, the Third Reich’s Minister of Propaganda would be very proud.

Stay tuned. For the Nation, the next few weeks could prove to be very interesting. For HRC and the Usurper at 1600…, not so much.

One Response to "Call the Plumbers"

  1. Stephen Hiller   Monday, October 17, 2016 at 6:23 AM

    Please, no offense intended to Mr. DeMaio. Just a syntax note … the Times and Post “could care less” should read “couldn’t care less” … an unfortunately common slip too often repeated by the average American today who does not give enough thought to what is being said.

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