Double Plus Untrue

Yesterday, two sources one would normally associate with support for the Deep State delivered news that exposed lying by government agencies. First, WaPo published an extensive article based on a lessons learned report by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction that contain details about how multiple government agencies had misrepresented the “progress” in the Afghan War to the American public. Then, another report was publicly issued Department of Justice IG which detailed lies told by the FBI to deceive the FISA court to issue surveillance warrants against Carter Page and other malfeasance associated with the Russia Collusion Hoax.

You know, it’s almost enough to make one think that the swamp really does need draining and that some (or all) of the dangerous reptiles be dealt with.

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    • Page 120 in the pdf is interesting too. One of the inaccuracies mentioned is the Steele overstated the use of some of the previous data he provided. That page lists what he actually provided.

  2. There’s just lots of stuff in this. Page 384 in the pdf is where the analysis of the conclusions begins. It starts by saying the investigation was properly opened, and lists several sources of information used other than Steele.

    It goes on into a lot more topics. Who made these decisions? When? And with what info?

    Great stuff, and it should be read by everyone, not distilled into a one-paragraph blurb.

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