Russiagate

In Ukraine matter, Democrats apply Russiagate lesson: Strike fast, don't wait to find out what happened

Byron York, Washington Examiner

A fundamental fact of political investigations: They often uncover an inconclusive set of facts. Partisans can argue those facts one way or the other. Most recently, Democrats who had accused Trump of conspiring or coordinating with Russia were deeply disappointed by the release of the Mueller report. After all the media talk and all the accusations and after two years of investigating with full law enforcement powers, special counsel Robert Mueller could not establish that a conspiracy or coordination even took place. The lesson of Trump-Russia is: Move fast, don't withhold judgment. And don't want for the results a long, ponderous investigation.

Flynn Tells Schiff To Pound Sand And Read Watkins v. United States

We applaud attorney Sidney Powell for reminding Americans and Congress of the Watkins case. The Watkins case is the kind of “have you no shame Senator” case that Democrat civil libertarians used to applaud. But that Democratic Party is long dead and in its place are monsters like Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler who thrive on the abuses of power that the Watkins decision was thought to have eliminated.

We've Lost Sight Of The Real Scandal

We urge Senator Chuck Grassley, Representatives Devin Nunes and John Ratcliffe, attorney Sidney Powell and most of all Judge Emmet Sullivan to keep their eyes on the real scandal and to make sure that the two systems of justice that appear to have emerged from Russiagate do not become a permanent fixture of our justice system.

The Russiagate Scam Will Blow Up In The Democrats’ Smug Faces

Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

The end results are going to be a stronger Trump, weaker Democrats, and various Obama minions exploring new career opportunities in the exciting fields of license plate-making, large-to-small rock transformation, and artisanal pruno distilling.