By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
The Washington Post yesterday reported that Trump personally asked Admiral Michael Rogers, director of the NSA and former senator Daniel Coats, Director of National Intelligence, to lie about what they knew regarding issues regarding Russiagate.
This happened after fired FBI Director James Comey announced his investigation of the Trump campaign for wrongdoing tied to Russia.
The Post article says that they have direct sources that Trump personally asked Coats and Rogers to cover up “evidence of collusion in the 2016 election.”
When added to upcoming testimony from Comey, backed up by his contemporaneous memos, sufficient evidence exists to name a real special prosecutor. Were what is already known presented, it would be sufficient to order the arrest of Trump on charges of obstruction and conspiracy, totally separate from any impeachment issues.
In fact, the entire idea of congress interfering in what is now a criminal process, including intimidating witnesses and aiding in the cover up, may well qualify for prosecution as well.
The other charge here is treason, and we are getting closer and closer to that.
Posted by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor on May 23, 2017, With 2026 Reads Filed under Government & Politics. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.