Folks, is this Kavanaugh 2.0?
It sure feels like it.
Actually, Kavanaugh was really Russia-Collusion 2.0, so I guess this is the third time of running the same playbook?
And what’s the playbook?
“Create” the scandal and then “discover” the scandal.
In the Russian-Collusion scam, they created the Steele Dossier and which then kicked off all the rest.
They were involved from the very beginning and only later claimed to have it all organically fall into their lap. After they themselves wrote the damn thing.
In Kavanaugh, we saw the same thing.
The “accusers” many of which were later proven to be outright frauds, were shown to have been involved significantly earlier in the process and then only “revealed” at a key time.
Now here we are at Ukraine, and we have the same story playing out again.
Are you getting this?
Are you noticing what’s going on?
They aren’t very creative, are they?
Now we have a magical “whistleblower” who just showed up and kicked all this off, but were they involved much earlier?
New reports are now alleging Adam Schiff has known for over a month!
Take a look:
Are you connecting the dots folks?
If not, let "The Great One" Mark Levin do it for you:
Thursday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin told listeners exactly what happened during the hearing Thursday with Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire regarding the whistleblower’s complaint against President Trump.
“Adam Schiff and his staff and other Democrats are orchestrating this entire thing,” Levin said. “I’ll call [it] the ‘Leak and Coup Campaign.’ In coordination with the New York Times and the other media outlets — NBC and so forth. Now we know from the New York Times that a CIA operative is the whistleblower. Now what’s amazing: We had a hearing today, right? Where was the whistleblower?
“We’re having a hearing today on what the whistleblower is said to have written, but we don’t have the main witness, so the witness can be scrutinized, and questioned, and cross-examined. Instead, we have Adam Schiff, and the other Schiff-less crowd on the committee, telling we the people how tremendous this whistleblower is! How ‘brave’ and ‘courageous’ this whistleblower is! Well who the hell is he or she? How do you know? How he’s ‘patriotic’ or she’s ‘patriotic!’ ‘Noble!’ ‘Righteous!’ ‘Outstanding!'”
Levin connects Schiff to the whistleblower:
“Adam Schiff knows exactly who this whistleblower is, and so does his staff,” Levin continued. “Because he’s been working with the whistleblower and his lawyer, that’s how. … If you look at the date of the letter that was sent to Richard Burr and Adam Schiff, it’s dated August 12, 2019. August 12, 2019. And that’s several weeks ago. You’ll also notice as Sean Davis, the founder of The Federalist, points out, that many of the news articles cited by the CIA operative — the so-called whistleblower who has firsthand knowledge of nothing — are news articles that were cited by Adam Schiff. And so, as he points out, and he’s right, when you look at the phony Russia collusion issue and the FISA matters, the leaks came out of the FBI, and the FBI cited the articles that they were responsible for. Adam Schiff is doing exactly the same thing. Adam Schiff should release his phone records. His staff should release their phone records. I’m accusing them of leaking. Now prove me wrong.”
Levin also pointed out that the CIA operative had no role in monitoring the president’s phone call, he merely heard there was some concern and began conducting his own investigation. Also, the complaint looks like it’s written by a lawyer, with footnotes, caveats, and appendixes, Levin said.
“There was no intelligence violation here,” Levin said. “There was no threat to American national security here, despite the self-serving comments of this rogue CIA operative, who had no authority to monitor the phone calls but goes through the back door. The way this presented itself in the media, the way Schiff has been conducting himself throughout and during the course of this hearing, the way this document is written, the fact that a Schumer-Clinton former staffer is his lawyer, the fact that Schumer went to the floor of the Senate the other day, demanding that this complaint be provided to the United States Senate. It’s all just a little too cozy. And you heard it here first. … This is what’s going on behind the scenes. If I’m wrong, then Mr. Schiff shouldn’t worry about, as the liberals like to say, releasing his phone records for the last 90 days.”
The Washington Examiner is also connecting the dots and realizing things don't add up:
Did House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff have the inside details about the Trump whistleblower two weeks ago?
Earlier this month, the California Democrat announced a “wide-ranging investigation” into allegations President Trump was trying to pressure Ukraine’s government into aiding his reelection campaign.
Schiff ordered the investigation on Sept. 9, hours before he received the first of two letters from the intelligence community inspector general revealing the existence of a whistleblower complaint. Multiple news outlets reported this week that the complaint involved, at least in part, a phone conversation between Trump and recently elected Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Inspector General Michael K. Atkinson's letter didn't provide Schiff with the details, but some Republicans say they suspect Schiff knew them already and was orchestrating a headline-grabbing story from his perch on the intelligence panel.
Earlier on the day the Atkinson letter arrived, Schiff demanded the Trump administration turn over documents and correspondence related to Trump’s alleged attempts to get Ukraine government officials to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
Included in his list was the transcript of Trump's July 25 call with Zelensky, which news reports say alarmed the whistleblower.
Schiff insisted to reporters Thursday that he doesn’t know the details of the complaint and accused the president of “trying to stifle whistleblower complaints" and blocking the information from reaching Congress.
Joseph Maguire, Trump’s acting director of national intelligence, is restricting Atkinson from providing any details about the complaint, Schiff charged after he and other intelligence panel members met privately Thursday with Atkinson.
But news reports soon emerged saying it involved the call with Zelensky and matched Schiff’s comments about the matter Sept. 9.
In a press release that day, Schiff announced an investigation by the intelligence, foreign affairs, and oversight panels into efforts by Trump and his attorney former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani to get Ukraine government officials to turn over information about Joe Biden, the leading Democratic presidential candidate.
Trump and Giuliani have been seeking data on Biden’s role, while he was vice president under Barack Obama, in pressuring the Ukraine government to fire a prosecutor targeting a Ukrainian gas company on whose board Biden’s son Hunter served.
“While his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani pressures Ukraine to interfere in the 2020 campaign, Trump withholds vital aid Ukraine needs to defend against Russia,” Schiff tweeted Sept. 9.
Schiff’s representative did not respond to a request for a comment about the fact the Ukraine investigation was ordered the same day Atkinson sent the letter about the whistleblower complaint.
Now THAT is a good looking hat!
Only while they last!