Blue Lives Don’t Matter to Steve Daines as FBI Ripped Apart by Trump

The inability of Republican elected officials to stand up for law enforcement or speak out against a corrupt administration is a troubling trend. The GOP typically boasts about supporting “law and order” yet Republicans continually enable Donald Trump to break laws and seed disorder at the FBI and US Department of Justice.

We are living in a world of circular logic. We have white supremacists, Nazis, and Russian bots creating online propaganda with hashtags to release a Congressional memo that is simple regurgitated BS from white supremacists, Nazis, and Russian bots. Then the sane people in this country from John McCain to Jeff Flake and folks of all political persuasions try to hopelessly explain the complexities of the legal system, while the right-wing media machine of far-right radio, suspect websites and a certain “news” channel that report on a meaningless memo elevating it to be meaningful somehow.

With the Nunes memo now elevated the Trump Administration and the majority of elected Republicans loyal to him have created a false equivalency to object to any findings Mueller and the special counsel might come to. We’ve seen this play before, GOP family values voices suddenly disappear when Trump has sex with a porn star and pays her off to be quiet. And now the “law and order” voices are disappearing when Trump fires FBI Director James Comey, Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, etc…

You’d think family man, “law and order” man, Steve Daines would be up in arms against Trump. Daines actually called out his best friend Greg Gianforte to apologize and admit guilt when Gianforte took “law and order” into his own hands and assaulted a reporter.

In Trumpworld, Daines is not actually loyal to “The Donald.” Don’t get me wrong, Daines will be a Trump apologist until he can no longer give himself and fellow millionaires giant tax cuts. But Daines is actually more loyal to Mike Pence. These two sit around all day, daydreaming about “helping” people by gay conversion therapy, in between votes to give the Koch Brothers a billion dollar annual tax cut.

So, Steve Daines, where do you stand? Do you stand with the FBI? With Law Enforcement, blue lives don’t matter anymore? Or, do you stand with the indicted members of the Trump organization, campaign, and administration?

Also, what the hell is up with Seb Gorka? Isn’t this man a Hungarian Nazi from a Bond film? Why does Steve Daines follow an anti-semite from Europe who has ties to Nazis and white nationalism? What are Daines’ thoughts on this disgraced Trump aide and Breitbart Editor Steve Bannon? How about Kremlin Advisor Carter Page? Russian Rug Seller Paul Manafort? What does the Senator think of Smirnoff Swigging George Papadopoulos?

One last question Senator, what are your thoughts on Sheriff Clarke and his speech in Billings? Will you attend, will you hold a Town Hall in Billings if you do attend explaining your feelings on law enforcement and the FBI?

So many questions, so much corruption, time is running out for Steve Daines to cut Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.


29 Comments on "Blue Lives Don’t Matter to Steve Daines as FBI Ripped Apart by Trump"

  1. Somebody’s wrong here. We shall soon see. DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz will soon release a report. We will soon see.

    There is no avoiding it this time. Horowitz’s probe has been lurking in the background since last January. He has quietly interviewed dozens of witnesses, including former attorney general Loretta Lynch and former F.B.I director James Comey. Horowitz was pulled into the headlines recently, though, when his office recovered missing texts between F.B.I. agent Peter Strzok and bureau lawyer Lisa Page. Then, in a preview of how his finished report will become a flashpoint, Horowitz’s lines of questioning were used to put an ominous spin on the ouster of F.B.I. deputy director Andrew McCabe.

    And George Soros was born in Budapest, he survived Nazi Germany-occupied Hungary and emigrated to England in 1947.

    • Why on earth are you babbling about George Soros? What’s next, Hillary’s emails?

    • Too bad Rupert Murdoch’s Wall Street Journal has reviewed all of the Strzok text msgs and found that they were cherry-picked and presented out-of-context. Enjoy that tasty nothingburger you’re munching on.

  2. What is it about treason that you don’t understand?

    • I know that not applauding for Dear Leader is not treason.

    • What is it about treason that I don’t understand??

      That’s pretty straightforward. How supposedly “patriotic” ultra-conservatives can lie, fabricate endless false “alternative facts”, excuse and cover up for the most corrupt, dishonest, and vicious piece of crap in the history of American politics; just so they’ll have someone in the White House who will sign their determined efforts to repeal the entire 20th century.

      This so-called president has lied to, cheated, and stolen from EVERYONE he has ever dealt with. So, not only do I not understand how those “patriots” can support his treason, I also have a tough time understanding how anyone can be that stupid.

      • This coming from from somebody who thinks Hillary’s clam smells delicious. Talk about stoopid…

        • @Art Fakesky – You seem to have some sort of fascination for older women’s genitalia – are you angling for some sort of position in the Trumpsky administration? Seems you’d fit right in.

  3. Leave Bill Clinton out of this. I know you are not talking about Obama because he was to busy traveling and throwing parties.

    • That’s all you’ve got isn’t it? Slamming, smearing and lying about Clinton and Obama because you can’t defend the toupeed narcissist. SAD!

  4. This is funny –

    The information we now have shows that the Obama regime weaponized the FBI and DOJ to work against, and spy on the Trump campaign.

    Is this acceptable in anybody’s book? Even to lefties suffering from TDS?

  5. Time will tell.

     NY Post
    Evidence suggests a massive scandal is brewing at the FBI

    James Comey, Robert Mueller and Peter Strzok AP; Ron Sachs/CNP
    During the financial crisis, the federal government bailed out banks it declared “too big to fail.” Fearing their bankruptcy might trigger economic Armageddon, the feds propped them up with taxpayer cash.

    Something similar is happening now at the FBI, with the Washington wagons circling the agency to protect it from charges of corruption. This time, the appropriate tag line is “too big to believe.”

    Yet each day brings credible reports suggesting there is a massive scandal involving the top ranks of America’s premier law enforcement agency. The reports, which feature talk among agents of a “secret society” and suddenly missing text messages, point to the existence both of a cabal dedicated to defeating Donald Trump in 2016 and of a plan to let Hillary Clinton skate free in the classified email probe.

    If either one is true — and I believe both probably are — it would mean FBI leaders betrayed the nation by abusing their powers in a bid to pick the president.

    More support for this view involves the FBI’s use of the Russian dossier on Trump that was paid for by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. It is almost certain that the FBI used the dossier to get FISA court warrants to spy on Trump associates, meaning it used the opposition research of the party in power to convince a court to let it spy on the candidate of the other party — likely without telling the court of the dossier’s political link.

    Even worse, there is growing reason to believe someone in President Barack Obama’s administration turned over classified information about Trump to the Clinton campaign.

    As one former federal prosecutor put it, “It doesn’t get worse than that.” That prosecutor, Joseph ­diGenova, believes Trump was correct when he claimed Obama aides wiretapped his phones at Trump Tower.

    These and other elements combine to make a toxic brew that smells to high heaven, but most Americans don’t know much about it. Mainstream media coverage has been sparse and dismissive and there’s a blackout from the same Democrats obsessed with Russia, Russia, Russia.

    Partisan motives aside, it’s as if a scandal of this magnitude is more than America can bear — so let’s pretend there’s nothing to see and move along.

    But, thankfully, the disgraceful episode won’t be washed away, thanks to a handful of congressional Republicans, led by California Rep. Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. After he accused the FBI of stonewalling in turning over records, the bureau relented, at least partially.

    The result was clear evidence of bias against Trump by officials charged with investigating him and Clinton. Those same agents appear to have acted on that bias to tilt the election to Clinton.

    • The original Art Fenske (yep there seem to be two of us posting here) | February 11, 2018 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM |


      “Joseph ­diGenova” & “Dennis Nunes”.

      Good god you are so fucking stupid it must hurt to wake up in the mornings.

      • And everybody else says you don’t exactly come across as a genius yourself, Fartsky. But a hell of a name caller and bully.

    • @Windy – The New York Post? Owned and controlled by Rupert Murdoch. That says everything needed about your total lack of either honesty or intelligence. Just another trump-chump.

    Did Hillary Clinton pull off the dirtiest dirty trick in US presidential history?

    By Michael Goodwin | New York Post

    What did Hillary Clinton know and when did she know it?

    New bombshell information emerges from unredacted Grassley-Graham memo; panel debates on ‘Hannity.’

    For law enforcement, Congress and even journalists, exposing misdeeds is like peeling an onion. Each layer you remove gets you closer to the truth.

    So it is with the scandalous behavior of the FBI during its probe into whether President Trump’s campaign conspired with Russia in 2016. One layer at a time, we’re learning how flawed and dirty that probe was.

    A top layer involves the texts between FBI lawyer Lisa Page and her married lover, Peter Strzok, the lead agent on the Hillary Clinton e-mail probe. They casually mention an “insurance policy” in the event Trump won the election and a plan for Strzok to go easy on Clinton because she probably would be their next boss.

    Those exchanges, seen in the light of subsequent events, lead to a reasonable conclusion that the fix was in among then-Director James Comey’s team to hurt Trump and help Clinton.

    Another layer involves the declassified House memo, which indicates the FBI and Justice Department depended heavily on the unverified Russian dossier about Trump to get a warrant to spy on Carter Page, an American citizen and briefly a Trump adviser.

    The House memo also reveals that Comey and others withheld from the secret surveillance court key partisan facts that would have cast doubt on the dossier. Officials never revealed to the judges that the document was paid for by Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee or that Christopher Steele, the former British spy who compiled the dossier, said he was “desperate that Donald Trump not get elected.”

    For Clinton, creating a cloud over Trump’s presidency and helping to put the nation through continuing turmoil is a victory of sorts. America is fortunate it’s her only victory.

    A third layer of the onion involves the revelations in the letter GOP Sens. Charles Grassley and Lindsey Graham wrote to the Justice Department. They urge a criminal investigation into whether Steele lied to the FBI about how much and when he fed the dossier to the anti-Trump media.

    The letter is compelling in showing that Steele said one thing under oath to a British court and something different to the FBI. The contradictions matter because the agency relied on Steele’s credibility in both the FISA applications and its actual investigation. Strangely, even after it fired him for breaking its rule forbidding media contact, the FBI continued to praise his credibility in court.

    If that were all the senators’ letter accomplished, it would be enough. But it does much more.

    It also reveals that two former journalists linked to Clinton, separately identified as the odious Sidney Blumenthal and a man named Cody Shearer, created and gave a State Department official additional unverified allegations against Trump.

    The official passed those documents to Steele, who passed them to the FBI, which reportedly saw them as further evidence that Trump worked with Russians. But as Grassley, head of the Judiciary Committee, and Graham write, “It is troubling enough that the Clinton Campaign funded Mr. Steele’s work, but that these Clinton associates were contemporaneously feeding Mr. Steele allegations raises additional concerns about his credibility.”

    The State Department official involved in the episode, Jonathan Winer, wrote an Op-Ed in the Washington Post Friday in which he confessed to the senators’ chronology while offering a benign description of his motives. Winer also admitted he shared all the unverified allegations from the Clinton hitmen with other State Department officials.

    There are many more layers of the onion to peel, but here’s where we are now: It increasingly appears that the Clinton machine was the secret, original source of virtually all the allegations about Trump and Russia that led to the FBI investigation.

    In addition, the campaign and its associates, including Steele, were behind the explosion of anonymously sourced media reports during the fall of 2016 about that investigation.

    Thus, the Democratic nominee paid for and created allegations against her Republican opponent, gave them to law enforcement, then tipped friendly media to the investigation. And it is almost certain FBI agents supporting Clinton were among the anonymous sources.

    In fact, the Clinton connections are so fundamental that there probably would not have been an FBI investigation without her involvement.

    That makes hers a brazen work of political genius — and perhaps the dirtiest dirty trick ever played in presidential history. Following her manipulation of the party operation to thwart Bernie Sanders in the primary, Clinton is revealed as relentlessly ruthless in her quest to be president.

    The only thing that went wrong is that she lost the election. And based on what we know now, her claims about Trump were false.

    Of the charges against four men brought by special counsel Robert Mueller, none involves helping Russia interfere with the election.

    And neither the FBI nor Mueller has vouched for the truthfulness of the Blumenthal and Shearer claims or the Steele dossier. ­Instead, the dossier faces defamation lawsuits in the US and England from several people named in it.

    In fairness, one person besides Steele has been cited as justification for the FBI probe. George Papadopoulos, a bit but ambitious player in the Trump orbit, met with a professor in Europe early in 2016 who told him the Kremlin had Clinton’s private e-mails.

    In May 2016, Papadopoulos told the story to an Australian diplomat and two months later, in July, the Australian government alerted the FBI.

    However, a full timeline convincingly points to Steele as the initial spark. He was hired by a Clinton contractor in June of 2016, and filed his first allegations against Trump on June 20. Two weeks later, on July 5, he met with an FBI agent in London, The Washington Post reported, and filed three more allegations that month, including one about Carter Page.

    At any rate, it is certain that Steele and other Clinton operators provided all the allegations about Trump himself that the FBI started with and that Mueller inherited.

    For Clinton, creating a cloud over Trump’s presidency and helping to put the nation through continuing turmoil is a victory of sorts. America is fortunate it’s her only victory.

    To read more Michael Goodwin on The New York Post click here. 

    Michael Goodwin is a Fox News contributor and New York Post columnist.

    • The New York Post is owned by Rupert Murdoch who owns the Wall Street Journal and FUX Skews. The NYP is nothing but the local fishwrap of the rightwingnut propaganda media.

      No wonder so you’re badly misinformed.

      You’re also violating Copyright Law by wholesale re-posting of someone’s work, even with citation.

  7. Doug, keep your head in the sand. Time will tell. Indictments will fly. Voters can sort out the fly ….. from the pepper.

  8. 14 persons demoted, fired, or resigned in the FBI and DOJ. You do not think something is wrong with this picture?

    • @ Windy – And the current, so-called administration has had THIRTY-SEVEN people fired or resigned in the first year. And there are a couple of hundred more looking desperately for a way out.

  9. The original Art Fenske (yep there seem to be two of us posting here) | February 12, 2018 9:15 PM at 9:15 PM |

    “14 persons demoted, fired, or resigned in the FBI and DOJ. ”

    Just how many people work at the FBI & DOJ????

  10. The FBI turned over more text messages last week where it was said “The POTUS wants to know everything we are doing with this”
    Sound like Barry WAS in on it.

    • @ Michael – Except that’s just another alt-right lie. Sounds like you’re no brighter than the other trump-chumps ranting away here.

  11. It simply floors me to see how deeply people are willing to believe complete garbage. All these right wing conspiracy theories are that kind of garbage. The sad thing is those that believe them will never accept that they are wrong. Even when the truth slaps them in the face. They just say the truth is a lie. More than anything else I pray for a time when all pathological behavior is healed. It is pathological to believe lies, I want it to stop. Pray for healing.

  12. This is the same we heard from Hillary about Monica. #metoo. No one is buying this either. To much smoke and to many facts.

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