Thursday, January 25, 2018

A Most Convenient “Glitch”

It turns out that Resist™ is not so much a protest movement as it is a political coup: a planned regime change by a group of elitists who think they know better than the voters what’s best for America.

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And for those who believe themselves better and smarter and more capable of governing the masses than the duly elected President, the end always justify the means. Some of those means will be revealed when “The Memo” is released. At first the clandestine means were intended simply to maintain their existing power structure. This included the disappearance of Lois Lerner’s emails, the “poofing” of Hillary Clinton’s BleachBit data, the counting of votes from non-existing voters and voting machines and the magical disappearance of Trump votes.

But then the tide turned and they were forced to implement The Insurance Policy™. Fake dossiers, illegal snooping, spying and all the requisite cover-ups that entailed. Which brings us to the Inconvenient Glitch™:

Thousands of mobile phones used by the FBI were impacted by a glitch that resulted in the loss of text exchanges between bureau employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, Fox News reported on Wednesday. The Hill

Except it appears the “Glitch” was actually bigger - and longer - than originally noted.

Officials had indicated that the "glitch" that caused the texts to go missing had affected thousands of cellphones at the FBI. CBS News Justice Department reporter Paula Reid noted that the DOJ confirmed that the period time that data was lost for the other cellphones was longer than just five months, instead spanning an entire year. DailyWire

Coincidently the “Glitch” covered the exact same timeframe that the Deep State covert activities were in high gear:

Nearly all of the groundwork that laid the foundation for the Russia investigation took place between June 2016 and May 2017. The first dossier report from former British spy Christopher Steele was on June 20 and the FBI began its investigation in late July. The five-month period of missing texts between Strzok and Page ends on May 17, 2017, the same day that Robert Mueller was appointed the special counsel in the Russia investigation.

And unfortunately for Deep State this latest “Glitch” looks to be reversible.

Don’t you just hate it when the means you put in place to smite your enemy come back to bite you in the ass?

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