Former FBI Officials React to Andrew McCabe’s Soft Coup Admissions…


#21

Of which there are more than elected representatives and the scary part is these unelected bureaucrats are setting policy. This is a power that kings used to have. And its being used by people who were never voted into the positions they hold.


#22

No not being played, already knew that, I was just setting the record straight, and challenging him to provide proof, hence we get crickets!


#23

Where in your copy of the constitution does the FBI play a role in the 25th amendment process?


#24

So then if they couldn’t possibly invoke it, it’s not much of a coup attempt, is it?


#25

They had other means at their disposal which they attempted to use that they did have the power to do.


#26

Interesting insight on who McCabe was at the time, and its not the first time I heard this story told!


#27

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/02/gateway-pundit-exclusive-uncovered-fbi-doj-coverup-of-clinton-foundation-and-russian-china-related-crimes-part-ii/

Maybe the pieces of the puzzle starting to fit into where this is leading to!


#28

So THOSE were the coup efforts. Not the discussing of the 25th amendment. I see,

what were those efforts? Investigating the multiple connections between the trump campaign and russia?


#29

#30

Oh my god… are you here defending the sedition?


#31

Sedition?

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seditious if they investigate ties to a forging adversary?


#32

When the only evidence is provided by an unreliable and discredited foreign source who is paid by the political opponent of the target and that political opponent has a network of supporters who send money to the wife of a senior FBI official who is in the decision chain, and the target is the POTUS … ummmm… yes. Sedition.


#33

You should do this everyday!


#34