The fake drama this week from the American left is concerning president Trump using his constitutional authority to fire the acting FBI director James Comey. The same FBI director the American left wanted “to fade away into oblivion” after he reopened the email scandal case against Hillary Clinton during the presidential election. The liar czar news media is trying to make the case that what the president did yesterday is exactly akin to what Richard Nixon did during the Watergate scandal. When in reality, what Trump did looks nothing like Richard Nixon. It looks more like Bill Clinton.
Now that Comey has been fired, contrary to what you hear from the liar czar media, every FBI investigation is still alive and ongoing. The only change for the FBI is a new deputy Attorney General takes over for the interim. His name is Andrew McCabe. His boss is deputy AG Rod Rosenstein. The Senate was so confident in Mr. Rosenstein ability, they confirmed him in late April with a 94-6 majority vote. He has been applauded by many on the left for working with republican and democrat administrations. Mr. Rosenstein is so popular his predecessor testified two days ago that she had full confidence in him.
The organized drama orchestrated by the left this week over the firing of the FBI director is fake and phony. It is all done in their attempt at damaging the president of the United States by creating a false aura of impropriety. They all know president Clinton did the same exact thing in 1994. Two things need to be remembered here. The investigations will still continue on as usual at the FBI. The other thing that will continue is the left’s day-to-day effort to throw a duly elected president out of office by any means possible. So don’t believe the fake drama you see on your television. What president Trump did in firing James Comey doesn’t look anything like Richard Nixon. It looks more like Bill Clinton.
I remember growing up in the sixties when it was cool to wear tie dye bell bottom blue jeans with the American flag patch stitched upside down on your back pocket. I wasn’t ten years old but I knew what was cool because the older kids wore the same thing. We wore our hair long and dressed like the older kids to be fashionable. Nixon was our president and the big slogan back then was, “Question Authority.” It was a tumultuous time when college students protested the War against the communists in Southeast Asia and questioned every policy that pertained to the Nixon administration. Nixon was the establishment back then. The college kids protesting had the allegiance and the assistance of the main stream media. Back in those days that consisted of ABC, CBS, NBC and the New York Times.
Today, those same students, assisted by the media, who were protesting the establishment in the 1960’s as twenty year old kids, are now protecting and covering up the scandals of the current establishment. Why? Because their part of it. It is they who occupy and control the levers of power in government as well as the media. They are in control of their own narrative. This is why there are no real scandals today. To admit to any wrong doing on their part would shine the light on their own hypocrisy. Thats why you cant question their authority. If you try, they start screaming and charging you of being a racist, bigot or a collaborator of a right wing conspiracy. There are no scandals involving Benghazi, IRS targeting of conservative groups, Fast & Furious Operation involving gun running to Mexican Cartels, NSA spying on citizens and the press and now the trouble with the VA.
There aren’t any real wars to protest so there is no need for any anti-war marches.
Think about it? If this were the case with Richard Nixon during his presidency, he would have never been forced to resign. There would have never been impeachment proceedings in the house. In fact, there would never have been television footage or newspaper stories about the student protests, Watergate or the Chicago riots during the Democrat convention. The war in Vietnam. What war? Heck, we would have never found out about Kent State because it would have never happened. After Nixon’s presidential tenure he would have been revered as a great statesman and keeper of the peace by the literary and media elite. He would have been treated as the “Bill Clinton of the right” making million dollar speeches and doing countless television interviews answering questions from adoring talks show hosts. Nixon would have been praised and admired for starting his own foundation raising and allocating money from questionable associates who resided in dangerous anti-American countries.
In today’s political world we don’t have the media/political collaboration as they did in the 1960’s that exposed government scandals and cover ups. That’s why the sixties movement became a tumultuous and exciting time for many people. They uncovered the truth about the illegal activities of an administration. We don’t have that type of scrutiny of the current administration. That’s the problem. They don’t question authority when they have it. They only question authority when they don’t.