Operation Crossfire Hurricane.  This one is too big for media to suppress…

…as proven by the Washington Post article last week and the New York Times article yesterday.

Simply stated, the FBI  – with peter strzok dead in the middle of it – infiltrated the campaign of Donald Trump for the purpose of gathering intelligence against him to prevent his winning the presidency…and to get rid of him if he did.

Here is the beginning of the Times article – please pay special attention to the last paragraph, which I have put in bold print:

Last Wednesday, senior FBI and national intelligence officials relayed an urgent message to the White House: Information being sought by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes could endanger a top-secret intelligence source.

Top White House officials, with the assent of President Trump, agreed to back the decision to withhold the information. They were persuaded that turning over Justice Department documents could risk lives by potentially exposing the source, a U.S. citizen who has provided intelligence to the CIA and FBI, according to multiple people familiar with the discussion and the person’s role.

The showdown marked a rare moment of alignment between the Justice Department and Trump, who has relentlessly criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions and other top Justice officials for the probe into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election led by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III.

But it is unclear whether Trump was alerted to a key fact — that information developed by the intelligence source had been provided to the Mueller investigation.

Got that?  It was too dangerous for the House Intelligence Committee to see this information…but was fed to the mueller investigation Star Chamber, packed with Democrat staffers, most of whom donated money to Democrats – several specifically to Hillary Clinton.

That should give you an inkling of what is going on here.  And, I hope, an understanding that it is barely the tip of the iceberg.

Why does peter strzok still have a job at the FBI?  Why isn’t he under indictment?

Who and what is stopping the relevant authority (that would be
Assistant Attorney General rod rosenstein, since the useless Attorney General Jeff Sessions bugged out of this investigation on day one) from moving against strzok?  And, more generally, against this increasingly obvious attempt by a sickeningly compromised FBI to fix the election for Hillary Clinton…and then overturn it after she lost?

Why did The Post and The Times – both Trump-hating newspapers of the first order (note how, even as they report this spying they try to rationalize why it was done) publish these articles?  The reason, I suspect, is because the documents which expose this national disgrace, after being withheld every which way for a year, are finally about to be made public.  Without them, I doubt we’d have ever seen either one.

But, for whatever reasons, the articles have finally been published.

Now, if network news shows – which, so far, have resisted treating this with even a tiny fraction of the importance it demands – follow suit…that is, if they show even a small percent of journalistic integrity… Operation Crossfire Hurricane becomes lead story material every day.

Will they?  Or are they so completely compromised that even the Post and Times stories will not goad them into behaving like the actual news venues they purport to be?

In past blogs, I have written that Sean Hannity – as hated a cable news personality as their is among mainstream media elites – along with investigative reporters Sara Carter and John Solomon, both of whom write for thehill.com, should win Pulitzer Prizes for their reporting on this impossibly large scandal.  They have been on top of the story for months.

I, of course, knew the Pulitzer be out of the question.  A Fox News conservative winning a Pulitzer?  Yeah, sure.  Count on it.

But credit where credit is due.  Without Mr. Hannity,, Ms. Carter and Mr. Solomon,  I wonder if the Post and Times would ever have published their articles.

Thank you, Sean.  And Sara.  And John.  The country owes you big-time.

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