The collusion delusion is dead (even if Ahab Schiff, Maxine Waters and their pals think otherwise).  But is the collusion reality about to – finally – awaken?

Excerpted from Victor Davis Hanson’s latest commentary at

The irony of the entire Russian collusion hoax is that accusers who cried the loudest about leaking, collusion, lying, and obstruction are themselves soon very likely to be accused of just those crimes.

Now that Robert Mueller’s 674-day, $30 million investigation is over and has failed to find the original goal of its mandate—evidence of a criminal conspiracy between the Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government to sway the 2016 election—and now that thousands of once-sealed government documents will likely be released in unredacted form, those who eagerly assumed the role of the hunters may become the hunted, due to their own zealous violation of the nation’s trust and its laws.

Take Lying
Former FBI Director James Comey’s testimonies cannot be reconciled with those of his own deputy director Andrew McCabe. He falsely testified that the Steele dossier was not the main basis for obtaining FISA court warrants. On at least 245 occasions, Comey swore under oath that he either did not know, or could not remember, when asked direct questions about his conduct at the FBI.

Andrew McCabe currently is under criminal referral for lying to federal investigators about leaking to the media. 

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has admitted to lying under oath to Congress—and since lied about his earlier admission of that lying. 

Former CIA Director John Brennan has admitted to lying under oath to Congress on two occasions.

This is a lengthy article, containing a lot more information about these liars – and citing a lot more liars as well.  I urge you to use the link I’ve provided above and read every word.

Then, I urge you to think about how remarkable it is that the Democrats screaming they want everything out in the public domain apparently have not thought about the fact that doing so will put their, er, “stuff”, out in the open as well.

Think, for example, about Hillary Clinton’s funding of the Steele dossier – written by a British national whose sources were almost exclusively Russian nationals.  Think about the misrepresentation of that dossier to the FISA court.  Then add in the lying Victor Davis Hanson enumerates – much of which involved covering up the nature and usage of that dossier.

Remember the old adage, “be careful what you wish for, you just might get it”?  That adage, and how it applies to the collusion issue, might, in the end, turn out to be the real story here.

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