Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Optical Illusions

Illusions are what most people care about. Bodes well for the future sale of AR devices.

Here are five reasons why I'm not so jazzed about doing a blow-by-blow of the fake dossier.
  • Operation Fast and Furious
  • Benghazi
  • IRS targeting of conservative organizations
  • Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's email server containing unsecured classified information
  • NSA surveillance on journalists James Rosen and Sharyl Attkisson
What do these all have in common besides the fact that all were actions/inactions carried out by the Obama Administration?

It's this: no one was indicted for any of these things.

And that is exactly what will happen with the DOJ/FBI/FISC conspiracy, even if any of the accused come out and say, "Yeah, I did it. Now what?"

I keep waiting for Hillary Clinton to say that very thing. At some point, she will say it and nothing will happen to her.

People go on about optics: how it will look if there's a military parade in DC; whether or not Donald Trump wants others to see the military saluting him; how it appears when the Congressional Black Caucus won't stand up and applaud for the reduced rate of black unemployment. I am guilty of yammering about optics myself. It's fun.

But the  things listed above are not about salutes or parades or the president's goofy hairstyle or his bombast. Those things actually happened.

Those listed things existed alongside President Obama's wonderful optics: his perfectly-creased pants, his tight salt-and-pepper cut, and his silky baritone. And those things on the list are criminal/negligent and they endangered the cohesiveness of this republic.

And no one was arrested for letting them happen or for making them happen. Not even a damned show trial.

Looking forward to all of the evidence that the FBI is and has long been an empty husk being swept under the rug with all the rest of the compost. I would love to be wrong about this.

But it isn't as if it hasn't happened before.

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