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by LCDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, USN (Ret)

(Dec. 3, 2017) — On Friday, Gen. Flynn took a guilty plea for lying to the FBI as a result of his contacts with the then-Russian ambassador, Sergei Kislyak.

Mueller is going after Trump.  This fact was written about in the treason complaint in July, and we can see it unfolding now.

Today I called Rep. Marsha Blackburn‘s office and spoke with her assistant, Stephanie Scott, and I said, “The congresswoman needs to go after Mueller, and it’s because of what Mueller did here in East Tennessee back in 2010 continuing to this day.”  I gave her a run-down much the same as I did the other night with Pastor Butch.

I told her, “Marsha Blackburn can rise up and become a hero in this country by taking down Mueller because Mueller is going after President Trump.  I don’t know how far he’s going to get, but that’s what he’s trying to do tonight.  Everything he’s doing is fruit of the poison tree, because Mueller’s not allowed to be involved in this investigation, and if that were addressed, the forced plea deal that Flynn took would go away.

As I’ve said before, Mueller’s actions, including Darren Huff’s conviction, cannot stand.  It was a thought crime.  Darren wasn’t at that location, he didn’t have a gun, and Mueller prosecuted Darren while working shoulder-to-shoulder with Eric Holder, the AG, and Janet Napolitano of Homeland Security, and of course, Resident Obama.

There was the treatment of veterans in Operation Vigilant Eagle; there’s Brandon Raub.

Mueller needs to be brought down as a dirty cop.  Mueller is involved in a lot of things that people are reporting about now as a dirty cop.  He cannot be relied upon.  He makes things up.  Mueller is a liar, a monster, a miscreant.  He is a sewer-dweller to the nth degree.  His conflicts of interest alone — and I said this in the treason letter — Mueller should have been the first person to say, “I can’t do this work; I’m conflicted.”  But here he presses on, and now he has Flynn on the hook. He has George Papadopoulos, Gates and Manafort.

All of this is fruit of a poisoned tree. It cannot stand. It needs to be called out, and Marsha Blackburn is in a position to do it.

She could change this entire dynamic.  As a Tennessee politician, Blackburn stands out because she is angling to take over (Sen.) Bob Corker’s seat.

I’ve reached out to the Freedom Caucus, including Rep. Ron DeSantis, who was a Navy JAG; Trey Gowdy…I’ve called these offices and said to them over the course of the past year, “Mueller is a criminal,” and I haven’t gotten anything back.

One guy who is a major disappointment is Jeff Sessions.  He has to go.  [Deputy Attorney General Rod] Rosenstein is as dirty as Mueller, [former Acting FBI Director Andrew] McCabe, and [former FBI Director James] Comey.

There’s a treason complaint naming Mueller going back to July, and Sessions has that.  There is U.S. Attorney Dana Boente, who has submitted his resignation but is still there; he has the complaint.

Blackburn is in a position to act. This happened in Tennessee.  We talked about the precedent that Mueller set when Mueller manufactured the first “domestic terrorist” event in the country here in Tennessee and then pulled off the first thought-crime prosecution, arrest and incarceration.  And this undoes Mueller.







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  1. Gary Wilmott is, of course, free to believe whatever he desires, but there’s no indication of what Wilmott has given Harris notice of, or the consequences of Harris’s ignoring Wilmott’s “notice.”

    Advising someone (especially someone as busy a sitting U.S. senator) to go do some research is a poor persuasion technique; the better practice would be to specify the materials, and include them.

    Because without these unspecified scholarly materials, Harris’s research would likely be what any attorney would do: read the judges’ rulings stating that birth in the United States is sufficient to confer natural-born citizenship. That’s what people, attorneys especially, do: they look to actual lawgivers, like real judges hearing real cases in real courtrooms.

    Speaking of materials, surely Harris, as a sitting U.S. senator, is entitled to see Arpaio’s reports. Has Arpaio sent them to her yet? Maybe Harris would be more impressed by the actual reports than Zullo’s online summary of them.

    It is interesting that Wilmott assumes Harris was born in California. (She might not be even a citizen!) Has he seen her birth certificate? Perhaps Wilmott should request to see Harris’s birth certificate, and provide copies of his request to regional newspapers, like the Los Angeles Times, the Orange County Register, and the San Diego Union-Tribune.

  2. Is federal law enforcement permitted to not act on a “criminal complaint” given by a private citizen? What is federal law enforcement required to do if it decides there isn’t a legal or factual basis for a private citizen’s criminal complaint?

  3. It would appear that Fitzpatrick did not inform the representative’s assistant about the rulings from the Sixth Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court. Which is strange because if Fitzpatrick really believed Huff’s conviction was unjust, one would think Fitzpatrick would have informed the assistant about all of the involved judges and all of their rulings. Why was Fitzpatrick so omissive?

    It is also interesting that Fitzpatrick neglected to mention how the conversation with the assistant ended.

  4. Commander Fitzpatrick sends:

    I add here that the coward who hides behind a pseudonym, never stepping out of seditious character, points to and relies upon the unarguably corrupt and incompetent judicial which has failed U.S. citizens routinely during the “resident” OBAMA years. It is our duty, our citizens’ duty, to make sure we never let our government fail us again.

  5. Did Fitzpatrick also tell the assistant that the Sixth Circuit affirmed Huff’s conviction, and that the U.S. Supreme Court denied cert.?