Friday, November 5, 2021

At Warped Speed

All evidence to the contrary, here’s proof that time is slowing down.


Federal authorities on Tuesday arrested Igor "Iggy" Danchenko, a Russian national who was the primary researcher for the so-called Steele Dossier - a compendium of opposition research funded by the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign and used to smear Donald Trump as a Russian operative. It was also used as justification for an FBI wiretap application targeting former Trump adviser Carter Page.

Yes, that’s correct: Special Counsel John Durham’s probe into the origins of the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation into former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign has just now resulted in an arrest – 5 years hence. Who was that wag who said “justice delayed is justice denied?”

Jonathan Turley speculates that Durham, acknowledged to be a painfully methodical if not positively glacial prosecutor, has only just begun his time-warp prosecutions.

Danchenko is not someone who immediately comes across as an apex defendant — the highest target in an investigation. He was a key source used by others to advance false or unsubstantiated claims against Trump. He is the type of defendant that prosecutors pressure to flip against those who retained him or used him in this effort…there is every indication that he is not done by a long shot with this investigation.

While vindication is nice it’s generally nicer to get it before being dead and buried.


But unless somebody figures out how to manage that space-time continuum thingy,


we’ll all be dead or sucked into a black hole before Durham actually gets around to indicting the people actually responsible for perpetrating the second largest hoax of the century. You know, the hoax that tried to take down a sitting President but instead simply fueled a Leftist mania that led to the greatest hoax of the century.

donald-trump-joe-biden-electionFirst the election, then the insurrection: Democrat operatives doing what they do best