by Sharon Rondeau

(Jun. 26, 2017) — On Monday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted that his predecessor, Barack Hussein Obama, committed the same misconduct of which he has been accused by the Democrats over which at least three investigations have been launched.

The U.S. House, U.S. Senate, and FBI are pursuing ongoing investigations into Russian “meddling” in the 2016 U.S. elections and whether or not any of Trump campaign aides maintained improper relationships and/or communications with the Kremlin.

Trump has long said that neither he nor anyone involved in his campaign had forged improper relationships with Russian-government operatives. However, in sworn testimony on June 8, former FBI Director James Comey said that Trump indicated “it would be good to know” if any of his “satellites” had acted improperly.

In a series of two tweets issued just after 8:30 a.m. EDT, Trump echoed public reporting which states that the Obama regime was aware of Russia’s alleged attempts to penetrate U.S. election systems prior to the November 8 presidential election but apparently took no action to prevent it.

On Friday morning, the left-leaning Washington Post reported in a melodramatic style that last August, Obama was informed that “Hackers with ties to Russian intelligence services had been rummaging through Democratic Party computer networks, as well as some Republican systems, for more than a year. In July, the FBI had opened an investigation of contacts between Russian officials and Trump associates. And on July 22, nearly 20,000 emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee were dumped online by WikiLeaks.”

Since Trump’s inauguration, The Post has published numerous articles citing unnamed “U.S. officials,” some of which  remain unsubstantiated.  Quoting an unnamed “former senior Obama administration official involved in White House deliberations on Russia,” The Post reported Friday that the individual commented of the Russian interference, “It is the hardest thing about my entire time in government to defend.  I feel like we sort of choked.”

The Post did not mention, and has previously ridiculed and disparaged, the claim made by internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom that the supplying of more than 44,000 emails to Wikileaks from the DNC server was not carried out by the Russians, but rather by DNC employee Seth Rich, who was killed in the early-morning hours of last July 10 in Washington, DC in what has been called a “botched robbery attempt.”

On May 20, Dotcom tweeted that he has evidence that Rich played a part in the transfer.  “I was involved,” Dotcom additionally claimed.   He stated on his website that he is willing to share the alleged evidence with U.S. authorities under certain conditions given that the U.S. is seeking his extradition in an unrelated matter concerning a cloud-storage service he launched over which he was accused of copyright infringement and wire fraud.

Dotcom’s attorneys have written to Special Counsel Robert Muller offering to make their client available to testify in person if he can be guaranteed safe passage to and from the United States.  Short of that, Dotcom offered on his own to provide written testimony.

A WikiLeaks supporter, Dotcom correctly predicted that WikiLeaks would have a negative impact on the Democrats in 2016.

Trump’s first tweet ends with a period, giving the initial impression that it stands alone.  However, the second begins with an ellipsis, indicating a follow-up to the first tweet in which Obama is the subject.  Referring to Obama’s alleged reaction to learning of Putin’s alleged interference, Trump wrote:

…He didn’t “choke,” he colluded or obstructed, and it did the Dems and crooked Hillary no good.

Trump did not further expound on how Obama might have “colluded” or “obstructed,” although Obama’s last Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, is now reportedly under investigation as a result of Comey’s statement that she attempted to influence the way in which the FBI portrayed its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

As the story was being written, Trump issued another tweet on the same subject suggesting that another tweet in the series would likely be forthcoming.

Five minutes later, Trump finished his thought in which he claimed that his “people” did not participate in “collusion” or “obstruction.”

His next tweet changed the subject to current efforts in the Senate to agree on a new health care proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.  At present, five Republicans have indicated reservations with the bill precluding their support of it.

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  1. Bob, Thanks for sharing your posts and info. Further, Thanks for leading by example and
    contacting your Reps. Others and myself (like you) are going to continue to fight. Indeed,
    I hope and will look forward to reading your posting and insights.

  2. Robert Laity,

    Obama certainly should not be above the law, and neither should Hillary or any of the others who can apparently get away unscathed with just about anything. I agree with your comment, but I just don’t see it happening. What are you suggesting American citizens do to see that it does happen, and how should they proceed?

    Here is an excerpt from a recent communication I sent to the office of my Representative, (Steve Womack). My communication contained comments on Obama’s usurpation, spying on American citizens, draining the swamp, etc. There is rarely a reply from any congressional office to anything specific, just form letter stuff. I have called various members of Congress at least hundreds of times over the last 8 years. The most honest responses I got from staff members went something like this; “We at this office agree with you, but nothing is going to happen”. That only happened a couple of times, but it was refreshing in it’s honesty.and infuriating at the same time.

    Below is a quote from the form letter reply I received in responce to my recent communication with Womack’s office:

    “While I may not always agree with President Trump’s policies or rhetoric I believe we have the same end goal: making America great again. There are a lot of key issues facing our country and it is my hope to keep attention focused on those issues. POLITICAL RHETORIC UNRELATED TO THESE ISSUES IS COUNTER-PRODUCTIVE. I am excited to continue to work with President Trump and my Republican colleagues to pursue the conservative agenda this country needs.”

    In the sentence above, I put in all caps is what I see as his blowing-off anything related to the issue of Obama’s usurpation, massive spying on American citizen’s, Hillary’s many crimes, etc., etc..
    I see the complicity, (and related fear of speaking out), of Congress preventing them from doing anything on this issue, and nothing has happened in over 8 years to prove me wrong..

    I am not giving up, just being realistic.


  3. Bob68, It is the solemn duty of all Americans as citizens of this great nation ,to SEE that it DOES happen. Obama is not above the law.

  4. The answer to, “Will Obama be investigated?”, is almost certainly; NO.

    Obama will not be “investigated” without some kind of assurance the investigation will not reveal Obama’s 8 year putative presidency was a usurpation of America’s highest political office. An investigation of Obama, even if there is an attempt to keep it narrowly focused, still brings up discussions of, “Who is Barry Soetoro”, not just in America, but around the world. This puts those complicit in the Obama fraud one step closer to being brought to justice for their part in biggest crime against the American people and her Constitution in history.

    The same protective complicity by Congress and many others complicit in Obama’s usurpation, which prevented an investigation or impeachment of Barry while he was pretending to be president, continues to protect him as he plays the role of a legitimate ex-president.

    I hope I am wrong, but I will believe Obama will be investigated in any meaningful way only when I see it happen.