President Donald Trump accepted the recommendation from Assistant Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to remove James Comey from his position as FBI Director. Many Democrats like Senator Chuck Schumer are asking “Why now?”
Democrats continue to reference Comey as the man leading the investigation concerning the Russians. Maybe they forgot that the FBI is an entire agency and can continue investigations without James Comey. A year after the fact, no one has any evidence of a direct connection between Donald Trump and the Russian government.
On July 5th, in a statement Comey said there was evidence of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton handling classified information but he could not prove her intent. Democrat Senators and the media say Comey’s firing resemble the famous “Saturday night massacre” by President Richard Nixon. This is where President Nixon fired Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox. In the show today BKP explained how there is nothing about Watergate that resembles Donald Trump firing James Comey.
We also look at the coincidence that President Bill Clinton fired FBI Director, William Sessions, on July 19th and Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster’s body was found in Fort Marcy park on July 20th.
The bottom line is President Donald Trump fired Comey because he was no longer effective and able to run the agency. “The Director of the FBI must be someone who follows faithfully the rules and principles of the Department of Justice and who sets the right example for our law enforcement officials and others in the Department. Therefore I must recommend that you remove Director James B. Comey, Jr. and identify an experienced and qualified individual to lead the great men and women of the FBI.” – Attorney General Jeff Session
ABC’s Martha Raddatz, Fox’s Chris Wallace, NBC’s Chuck Todd, and CBS’s John Dickerson all clearly exposed their liberal agenda this weekend concerning Russia and the possible ties to the Trump campaign. While some briefly discussed the topic of surveillance and unmasking of Donald Trump and members of his campaign team they continued to circle back to alleged Russian ties to the Trump campaign. Not one mention of the bombshell revelation concerning surveillance by Fox New’s Adam Housely. Housely reports sources with evidence of high up official(s) in the intelligence community that Trump and his campaign team were under surveillance even before he was became a nominee. It seems to be all four missed the revelations in the Evelyn Farkas interview with MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski. Farkas was a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defence for the Obama Administration. Farkas admits to Brzezinski that there was surveillance. Farkas’ admission, “That the Tump folks, if they found out how we knew about… the Trump staff’s dealing with Russia, that they would try to compromise those sources and methods.” It seems to be that the media is more interested in a story with no evidence concerning Russia, opposed to stories that could prove the accusations. With plenty of inculpatory evidence they completely overlook “the Clinton cash” or John and Tony Podesta.
After President Trump’s tweet accusing President Barack Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower; Judge Andrew Napolitano reported on Fox News. Napolitano stated that he had three sources from the intelligence community claiming President Obama had Trump Tower under surveillance using GCHQ, a British spy agency, so there would be no Obama Administration fingerprints.
After a nine day suspension Napolitano returned to Fox News, where in an interview with Bill Hammer he doubled down on his original claims. Hammer asked Napolitano how confident he was and if he still stood by his original statements. Napolitano told Hammer that he was confident in his report and he still stands by the statements of his sources. Napolitano also stated, “The American public needs to know more about this rather than less because a lot of Government surveillance authorities will expire in the fall and there will be a great debate about how much authority we want the government to have to surveil us.” He later stated, “I think a lot more is going to come.”
Surveillance of Trump Tower Gets “Real” when Obama Administration Official, Evelyn Farkas, Admits to Surveillance of Trump’s Campaign Staff. Former Obama Deputy Secretary of Defence, Evelyn Farkas, may have made a stunning admission, with MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski “If they found out how we know what we know about the Trump staff dealing with Russians, that they would try to compromise those sources and methods, meaning we would no longer have access to that intelligence.” Farkas’ statement corroborates a New York Times article from early March.
Is it time for the media to ask when President Obama will apologize to President Trump? When will the media acknowledge that the surveillance claim that President Trump made is real? When will Republicans convene committees to investigate Obama’s Administration, the leaks from the intelligence community, and unmasking of American citizens?
We asked the question several days ago, If former President Barack Obama, was involved in the accusations of the surveillance of Trump Tower. Yesterday, House Committee Chairman, Devin Nunes, went to brief President Trump about surveillance of the President’s Transition Team and even possibly The President. One of Nunes’ major concerns is the un-masking the names of American Citizens. The biggest worry the Democrats have and the Barack Obama’s defense team (The National Media), is the possible un-masking that Obama was involved.
Click the link below to watch part one of this segment.
Part One: Do You Think Former President Barack Obama was Involved in the Surveillance of Trump Tower
Former President Barack Obama’s defense team = The Media.
1) Who un-masked General Michael Flynn’s phone calls and gave this information to the media?
2) Why has Fox News suspended Judge Napolitano?
3) Who is Christopher Steele?
4) Congressman Trey Gowdy questions FBI Director, James Comey; What is the motive?
We break down the real reasons behind these hearings regarding President Donald Trump’s association with the Russians.