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Richie Blumenthal is everything Donald Trump despises.

Even though he’s a Harvard grad with a JD from Yale Law, he’s never had a real job, never run a business, worked in government all his life, married an heiress who gave him a net worth of $70 million, lied about serving in Vietnam to get elected to the Senate (and later admitted it), and is now one of the biggest Alt-Left Hate America Cultural Marxist Jerktard Senators in Congress.

On May 10, hours after Trump fired Comey, Blumenthal on MSNBC intimated that the President had committed treason, and called on DOJ to appoint a Special Prosecutor to investigate him.

On June 14, 200 Dems in Congress filed a frivolous lawsuit against the President claiming his businesses violated the Emoluments Clause, for the mendacious purpose of obstructing his presidency.  The lead Senator filing the complaint was Blumenthal.

On August 7, Blumenthal on CNN doubled down on his evidence-free accusations of Russia somehow rigging Trump’s election.  In response, Trump tweeted:

“Interesting to watch Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut talking about hoax Russian collusion when he was a phony Vietnam con artist!  Never in U.S. history has anyone lied or defrauded voters like Senator Richard Blumenthal. He told stories about his Vietnam battles and conquests, how brave he was, and it was all a lie. He cried like a baby and begged for forgiveness like a child. Now he judges collusion?”

This elicited what Blumenthal thought was such a clever put down, informing the President of the United States that “No one is above the law.”

That is factually and historically not true – but it should be.  Democrat Senator Blumenthal is absolutely right that no one, no matter how powerful or important, should be above the law – that if they are criminals they should be prosecuted, and if found guilty should be imprisoned.  Right, Senator?  You’re nodding your head in agreement, yes?

Good, we agree.  That means, then, that you further agree that Bill and Hillary Clinton, John Podesta, Loretta Lynch, Eric Holder, Susan Rice, Samantha Power, Ben Rhodes, John Brennan, and Barack Hussein Obama himself, are not above the law, right?

That means Robert Mueller is not above the law, right?  That if he is clearly and overtly breaking the Special Prosecutor law under which he is acting, then he must resign or be prosecuted, yes?

Why are you stuttering, Senator?  Why is your head suddenly paralyzed so you can’t nod in agreement?  Are you having some kind of seizure?

There is an overwhelming abundance of evidence that Hillary Clinton and her campaign team colluded with Russia to sabotage Trump’s campaign.  And Putin had a $100 billion motive for cooperating:  Trump is pro-fracking, enabling the US to be the world’s largest oil producer, cutting crude prices in half and costing Russia hundreds of billions.  Hillary is anti-fracking and wanted crude prices to soar.

There is an overwhelming abundance of evidence that the Clintons ran a criminal pay-for-play racket raising $4 billion for their personal piggy bank called The Clinton Foundation while she was Secretary of State.

There is an overwhelming abundance of evidence of a decades-long close friendship between James Comey and Robert Mueller.  With Comey being a principal material witness to Mueller’s investigation, this is an unarguable violation of the Special Prosecutor law.  His entire investigation is thus a violation of that law – which as you say, Senator, he is not above.  Right?

Neither is Mueller above all the laws he broke when he was FBI Director from 2001 to 2013, particularly during five years under Obama.

What say you, Senator, about Mueller overseeing illegal Operation Fast Furious gun-running from 2006-2009, with FBI and ATF agents selling guns to Mexican drug cartels? On December 14, 2010, Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed by an illegal alien with an AK-47 that Mueller’s agents had sold.

Or the total whitewash Mueller conducted over the IRS targeting of 426 conservative groups to destroy the Tea Party movement as a threat to Obama’s 2012 reelection?    On January 13, 2014, Mueller announced his FBI “had found no evidence that would warrant the Justice Department filing criminal charges in its investigation into the IRS targeting scandal.”

Or FBI Director Mueller’s flight to Moscow on September 21, 2009 at the direction of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to deliver uranium samples to Russians?  Shouldn’t Mueller’s connection to Mrs. Clinton’s Uranium One scandal be investigated, that sold 20% of US reserves to the Russians in exchange for $2.35 million in donations to her and her husband’s foundation – as reported by the New York Times?

“As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation. Uranium One’s chairman used his family foundation to make four donations totaling $2.35 million.


Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all donors. Other people with ties to the company made donations as well.


And shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Mr. Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin that was promoting Uranium One stock.”

In September 2013, Mueller had his best bud James Comey take over the FBI – who has so sullied the nation’s premier law enforcement agency it will take years to recover.

Comey knows all about Kangaroo Court “special prosecutor” investigations, by the way, having overseen as Deputy Attorney General the railroading of Scooter Libby (Vice President Dick Cheney’s Chief of Staff) by his prosecutor, smear artist Patrick Fitzgerald.

But to see how Comey criminalized the FBI itself, we need to talk about a Russian used car salesman in Moscow named Yevgeniy Nikulin.

On October 5 last year, sitting in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic while on vacation with his girlfriend, Czech police arrested him with an Interpol Red Notice ordered by the FBI, under an Obama DOJ indictment accusing him of computer hacking.  He’s been in jail ever since.

Note the timing – for just three days later on October 8, one month before the presidential election, the Russian Collusion Hoax was launched: US officially accuses Russia of hacking DNC and interfering with election.

A month later in November, the Russian government accused Nikulin of hacking into someone’s bank account and stealing $1,700 (111,000 rubles) – in 2009, albeit that no charges were leveled at him at the time or since.  So with two competing extradition requests, he’s been in solitary confinement in a high security Prague prison for 10 months.

Now it gets interesting – you might need an adult beverage at hand to prep for this.

On November 14-15, five days after Hillary conceded defeat to Trump, Nikulin was visited in his prison cell in Prague by Special Agent Jeffrey Miller from the San Francisco office of the FBI and Assistant US Attorney Michelle Kane, as documented by Czech police.

On February 7 of this year, they returned.  In early May, Nikulin wrote a letter to a Russian-language website published on May 11 recounting the two meetings.  Here is what Nikulin said transpired in the first meeting November 14-15:

I received a proposal from Agents: ‘You will have to declare that you have broken Hillary Clinton’s mailbox for D. Trump on the orders of V. Putin.  You must agree to extradition to the USA, here we will remove all the accusations, we will give you apartment and money, and American citizenship.”  I refused, soon the interrogation was over, the Agents said that they would still come.”

In the second meeting, Nikulin wrote that Kane and Miller reiterated their proposal:

“You must say that it was you who broke H. Clinton’s mail, that you prepared and penetrated into the Democratic network and polling stations on Putin’s orders, you will name the accomplices, agree with extradition, and in America we will solve all the issues. You will live in an apartment, and we will provide for you.”

If this is true, to what extent were Kane and Miller operating under the express authority of Attorney General Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey?  If they were, then Comey has committed an obvious criminal act, which just as obviously needs to be investigated by his best friend Robert Mueller.

Surely James Comey is not above the law, Senator Blumenthal?

And, Senator, what about the House Democrats’ Dirty Thirty – who, evidence strongly suggests allowed the Awan family to sell classified data from their computers to Moslem terrorist organizations because they were blackmailed by the Awans with personal info found on their computers.

The Daily Caller has compiled an immense amount of reporting on the Awan scandal.  Here’s a list of the Democrats’ Dirty Thirty, with links to an infograph on their Awan connection.


These Dirty Thirty Democrat Members of Congress may all be complicit in high crimes of treason.  Surely they are not above the law, Senator Blumenthal?

The fact is, Senator, that the Democrat Party has ceased to be a political organization, and has instead become a criminal conspiracy, a political mafia acting above and beyond the law.  You and your ilk believe that prosecuting Republicans for phony crimes they did not commit is moral, while prosecuting Democrats for actual crimes they did commit is immoral.

You are a part of, aiding and abetting that criminal conspiracy.  So, please, Senator, no more asininely pretentious lectures on who’s not above the law.