Karl Marx was famously quoted as saying: “Accuse Your Enemy Of What You Are Doing, As You Are Doing It To Create Confusion.”
Wow, does that sound familiar to anyone?
As in, Russian collusion?
As in, obstruction of justice?
Well, it’s happening again. Last year, Dianne Feinstein was trying to build an “obstruction of justice” case against President Trump.
It went nowhere, but now it looks like justice might be boomeranging — right back to Feinstein herself!
You see, honest Americans are starting to ask the question: if Dianne Feinstein had this report for weeks – maybe even months – why did she sit on it? Why didn’t she give the evidence to the proper people? Why did she hold it until the point when it would create the maximum chaos?
In other words people are asking: did Dianne Feinstein deliberately obstruct justice?
And who leaked the report anyway?
But information is now emerging on who the leaker may have been....was it Feinstein herself? Or someone at her direction? Or under her control?
And were these criminal violations?
Here's more, from the Daily Wire:
A staff member for Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is thought to have been responsible for leaking Christie Blasey Ford's allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, according to a Washington insider.
In a tweet, The Federalist's Sean Davis wrote that "according to multiple sources familiar with Judiciary's Kavanaugh investigation, Feinstein staffer Heather Sawyer leaked Ford’s letter to the media in violation of Senate Rule 29(5)."
Last week, a spokesperson for Feinstein denied that the leaks came from the senator's office, according to a report from CNN.
"Only after the details of her experience were leaked did Dr. Ford make the reluctant decision to come forward publicly," lawyers for Ford said in a letter last week to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Davis continued by noting that the Senate rule that he referenced in his initial tweet "was passed following a special counsel investigation of Senate leaks of confidential information about Anita Hill" and "calls for expulsion of any Senators or staff who violate the ban on leaks of confidential committee information."
Trump himself just weighed in on the matter!
At his West Virginia rally last night, he hinted that the FBI investigation may reveal more about Feinstein than Kavanaugh!
From NBC News:
At the raucous Saturday night rally, Trump offered up Feinstein as a possible leak and the crowd booed. The president went on to mock her response at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday when she was asked if she or her staff leaked Ford's allegation against Kavanaugh. She denied that she had.Trump trashed Democrats and the media at the campaign event, saying the Kavanaugh hearing at which both the nominee and Ford testified showed that the Democrats were full of "anger" and "mean," "nasty" and "untruthful." The president said they were on a "mission to resist, obstruct and destroy. You've seen that over the last four days."
"They don't care who they hurt, who they have to run over in order to get power and control," he continued. "That's what they want — power and control — we're not going to give it to them."
He called the Democratic Party the "party of crime" and pointed out to the crowd that was a new line of attack on his part. At another point during the rally, which lasted over 80 minutes and touched on dozens of domestic and foreign issues, Trump said he and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un "fell in love."
The president also launched into a scathing attack against the press, calling it the "enemy of the people," as he has before and drawing cheers from the crowd.
Trump supporter Carolyn Kyanko, a retired educator, said the president's doubling down on Kavanaugh was all the more reason to get out and vote in November. "Do I believe Ford was sexually assaulted? I do. Do I believe it was Kavanaugh who did it? Absolutely not," Kyanko said. "Trump's commitment to Kavanaugh is just evidence of his loyalty. He's a loyal man."
Earlier, Trump was asked by reporters about Kavanaugh when he was on his way to West Virginia.
"I think it's going very well," Trump said. "The FBI as you know is all over talking to everybody...he's a very high-quality person. I would expect it's going to turn out very well for the judge, there's never been anybody that's been looked at like Judge Kavanaugh."
Trump added that "having the FBI go out and do a thorough investigation, whether it's three days or seven days, I think it's going to be less than a week, but having them do a thorough investigation, I actually think will be a blessing in disguise, it'll be a good thing."
Trump suggested the FBI probe might even reveal who he said leaked an allegation of sexual assault against Kavanaugh by Ford and he hinted that it could be Feinstein.
"I think, frankly, the FBI has a chance reveal a lot of different things," Trump said. "I'd like to find out who leaked the papers. Was it Sen. Feinstein? Because certainly her body language was not exactly very good when they asked her that question, so I would like to find out, as part of it, who leaked the papers, which Democrats leaked the papers?"