by Ruby Henley
PART 1 – OBAMA AND CLINTON COUNSEL INDICTED –
Today the shoe is on the other foot, and I dare say it looks good. Chief White House Counsel in the Obama and Bill Clinton Administrations has been indicted for multiple untruths in the Mueller Probe. However, the Justice Department received no cooperation from those involved with Greg Craig. It seems to me they thought, although Craig told multiple untruths, they were above the law.
Craig’s attorneys said, “Mr. Craig is not guilty of any charge and the government’s stubborn insistence on prosecuting Mr. Craig is a misguided abuse of prosecutorial discretion.”
The Justice Department’s national security division were determined to indict Craig. However, it is being reported that federal prosecutors in New York are declining to bring charges, but a spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office declined to respond when questioned.
They stick together, don’t they, when Democrats are involved? But I have to say this, Mueller documented him as working for Ukraine, denying this work; thus, violating FARA. He failed to register as an agent working for the Ukrainian government, but he knew he should have done so. He simply thought he could get away with it.
There is a Paul Manafort connection to this Craig indictment. Craig’s law firm was hired by the Ukrainian government to write a report on the prosecution of Yulia Tymoshenko, a former Ukrainian prime minister. Tymoshenko was a political opponent of then-Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, who was a longtime Manafort friend.
In a settlement by Craig’s law firm, it admitted to participating in a public relations campaign for the report; but failed to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act, or FARA. The firm also acknowledged it had been paid $4.6 million for the report and not just $12,000, as the Ukrainian government said.
All of this work for a foreign government seems outlandish to me. How can it be trusted, and it seems since Manafort was indicted it has come to light. Manafort is to serve seven years in prison. And another thing, although Manafort was a Trump loyalist, he sent work to Craig, who was an Obama and Clinton loyalist. In truth the word, ‘loyal’ does not exist among thieves – nor politicians – or most of them.
A fact that I just cannot get out of my mind is the connection between Paul Manafort and Roger Stone. Roger Stone, who claims to be a Trump friend and who worked with Alex Jones, introduced Manafort to Trump. It turned out that Stone and Manafort were partners. If Manafort was a risk, why did Stone recommend him to Trump? It does not make any sense to me.
President Trump had too many people around him, who he really did not know. He trusts too easily, or he used to. I think now he has opened his eyes to the fact that he had so many around him, who had no intention of helping him.
THE BELOW VIDEO IS AN INTERVIEW WITH JEH JOHNSON, OBAMA ERA OFFICIAL, SPEAKING ABOUT THE BORDER CRISIS – AND ARREST OF JULIAN ASSANGE –
I do not agree with John on Julian Assange not being a hero, as I do believe he is a hero. However, I can understand that any official of the United States would resent Assange for the drops he made of emails and CIA material.
It is very sad that he was just arrested by the British. As they brought him out, he appeared to be shaking and acting as if he was very weak. I fear for him, and I wonder how long he might live through this tribulation which is upon him. God bless and keep him.
If you are interested in Julian Assange, you should watch the video of Jerome Corsi speaking about Julian Assange and how the information he has could blow the Mueller report wide open.
Published on Apr 12, 2019
Conservative author Jerome Corsi reacts to the arrest of Julian Assange saying the Wikileaks founder is being unjustly prosecuted. Corsi beat the Mueller charges along with the help of lawyer Larry Klayman. He says that Assange should write a book to fight back against any charges brought against him. He says that Assange can prove the Russians had nothing to do with the emails published by Wikileaks. In fact, Corsi says that Assange could bring back the case of Seth Rich.
PART 2 – PRESS ADMITS BORDER CRISIS –
President Trump has had the Press fighting him all the way in the description of the border crisis. He has told the public it is acute – unlike anything we have ever seen before.
At the same time, the Press has said, it is no big deal – basically calling him a liar.
Unfortunately, we have just witnessed the stepping down of Kirstjen Nielsen as DHS Secretary. Frankly it breaks my heart, but President Trump is doing a reset of the DHS.
CNN is reporting the following –
Quote – Trump ousted Nielsen following months of reported tensions between the two. Nielsen oversaw Trump’s “zero tolerance” family separation policy and came under fire by Democrats for lying to Congress about the policy, as well as for withholding information on children who died in U.S. custody.
In June of last year, Nielsen tweeted, “We do not have a policy of separating families at the border. Period.”
In a statement, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, “It is deeply alarming that the Trump Administration official who put children in cages is reportedly resigning because she is not extreme enough for the White House’s liking.”
Kevin McAleenan, the current U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner, will become the acting head of Homeland Security. On Friday, Trump withdrew nominee Ronald Vitiello to head Immigration and Customs Enforcement, indicating he wasn’t “tough” enough for the role. End of Quote
Now the Press is reporting the border crisis is unlike anything we have ever seen. Obama era head of the DHS, Jeh Johnson is saying this –
Quote – “By any measure 4,000 apprehensions on our southern border in one day, 100,000 in a month, is a crisis,” he said during an interview Monday on “Making Money with Charles Payne.”
“It’s a crisis in Central America where the poverty imbalance is occurring that causes people to flee in the first place. It’s a crisis in that it overwhelms our border security personnel to deal with that volume of people coming in and it’s a crisis in these communities on the border that have to absorb these populations. So the question is what to do?”
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection recorded more than 100,000 apprehensions for the month of March, making it the highest monthly total in a decade.
Johnson, who led the DHS from late 2013 to 2017, said it’s up to the agency’s officials and the intelligence community to deal at the source of what’s causing the influx of migrants to the U.S.
“Almost no one crosses our southern border without having to pay several thousand dollars to a coyote to help them get here. And these people put out various messages in Central America that has sort of a snowball effect to it right now, and clearly that is something that is going on here. The law hasn’t changed in the last number of years,” he said.
President Trump has threatened to close the U.S. southern border and blames Mexico for not doing enough to stop migrants coming into America.
Johnson said Congress bears the responsibility of ensuring that the dilemma at the southern border is resolved.
“There are no quick, easy fixes,” he said. “Congress has to deal with the underlying problem and commit to doing it through multiple administrations. We need to have a commitment, a sustained commitment, over the course of years.” End of Quote
Quote – Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.) broke from her party over the weekend when she admitted that the crisis at the United States-Mexico border is real and pushed back on her fellow Democrats’ narrative that President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall is “immoral.”
Joining Fox News on Sunday, Slotkin explained that her background in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) gives her unique insight into the situation at the border.
“The border situation is a national security issue, it’s an economic issue, and it’s a moral issue,” she said. “The sheer numbers that are coming over right now, you got to call a spade a spade. It is extremely difficult to deal with.” End of Quote
Freshman Democrat Elissa Slotkin breaks with her party line- saying there is in fact a crisis at our border and that a wall is needed in some areas. pic.twitter.com/KH8hGOyP06
— Fox & Friends First (@FoxFriendsFirst) April 8, 2019
After viewing the articles, I realize that President Trump had no choice but to do a reset of DHS. It is sad for Secretary Nielson, but the crisis has worsened under her.
This is a crisis of unimaginable proportions, but these migrants have to go somewhere, and that means that every American citizen will feel this in some way. You have been warned, and we all must take precautions to the best of our ability. Safeguard yourselves, pray for those coming across the border to be benign, and pray that President Trump can get his wall built as soon as possible.
WASHINGTON — US Customs and Border Protection will host a press conference with Commissioner Kevin K. McAleenan on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 in El Paso, Texas at 9:45 a.m. local time to discuss the impact of the dramatic increase in illegal crossings that continue to occur along the Southwest border.