Rep Meadows expects CRIMINAL REFERRALS from the IG report

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North Carolina Representative Mark Meadows told Maria Bartiromo that he fully expects to see criminal referrals coming from the Inspector General, similar to the ones they have forwarded.

Reps. Meadows and Jim Jordan of Ohio just met with Inspector General Michael Horowitz and are very confident he is doing the job.

“We’re fully anticipating that the [inspector general’s] report will come out as Attorney General Barr said in the next four to six weeks, and I think it’s highly likely that we’ll see criminal referrals coming from them that will correspond with what Chairman [Devin] Nunes has already put forth,” Meadows said.

The report is due in late May or early June.

The only problem we see is we have yet to see anything happen with these referrals. Andrew McCabe is still doing TV interviews.

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  1. I assume this was penned by Yaacov Apelbaum

    The Death of MSM
    inspired by Lord Byron’s “The Destruction of Sennacherib”

    The conspirators crawled out of the swamp in the night,
    And the media enablers promoted their lies with delight;
    The flash of their cameras was like the setting sun on the sea,
    Their dossier orgies included the leading politicians of DC.

    Like the leaves of the forest when Spring is green,
    ‘Russian Collusion’ incessantly played on every screen;
    Like the leaves of the forest when Autumn hath blown,
    The MSNBC studios abandoned lay withered and strewn.

    For the Angel of Death flapped his wings in a gust,
    And breathed in the face of the MSM as he passed;
    And the eyes of CNN waxed deadly and chill,
    And their hearts but once heaved, and forever grew still!

    There a WaPo reporter shattered and pale,
    Gave the last fake news update and his ratings frail;
    Their mics have gone silent, the news feed died,
    The tweets unpublished, and propaganda dried.

    The widows of the swamp now cry and bemoan,
    The idols of DC are broken in the temple of Mammon;
    And the mighty NYT demon smote by the sword,
    Hath vanished like snow in the glance of the Lord!

  2. There are only a handful of people in “The Swamp” that want the deep state dismantled and prosecuted. Barr is not one of them. Those who believe that will ever happen are going to be sorely disappointed. It will never happen from the top down, only from the bottom up.

    • Barr does not want to end his career as Sessions did, as a cowardly and corrupt betrayer who assisted the conspirators. He will have a few indictments based on what reports he is given from Congress and the DOJ. But he likely will not go on the needed massive offensive. This is all we can hope for since Sessions, Rosenstein and Mueller did so much damage, and Trump never took over his role as the leader of the DOJ. We are left with Barr. Mitch would never have allowed a nominee who wanted to destroy the swamp get in.

  3. I have concerns that most of what happened will be swept under the rug. I was a bit stunned what AG Barr said about the investigation. He was quite narrow in his scope, that he would investigate the spying in relation to the Intelligence Community. He was quite specific in that he “excluded” the FBI. As he said, “I don’t mean the FBI”. So where does that leave us; with a great deal of unanswered questions.

    Being that he is a career Justice official, it may be his goal to put policies in place that will try to prevent such things happening again. He does seem to have the desire to rehabilitate the Justice Dept, but in a way that doesn’t disparage it. Without the deterrence of prosecutions I don’t see how it’s possible to rehabilitate it. His investigations will take quite some time and maybe the hope is a majority will forget it by the end.

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