Newt Gingrich makes his case in the American Spectator: The corruption and bias continue today. Johnson’s spying on Goldwater was just part of a long pattern that has recently included Russiagate, spying on Trump, and the signatures of 51 former intelligence leaders on a letter that falsely suggested that the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation.
Today, the FBI is even more arrogant and willing to break the law. The legal system has moved even further to the left and is more aggressive. The media is more liberal, reliant on leaks from the deep state, and willing to lie to the American public on the establishment’s behalf. The Obama administration’s overreaches, Hillary Clinton’s disregard for the law, and Biden’s corruption are all continuations of the pattern.
The reality of this commitment to illegality was confirmed in a recent survey by Scott Rasmussen. He studied a group he calls the elite 1 percent (people with graduate degrees, household incomes of $150,000 or more, and who live in densely populated urban areas). Among other questions, he asked people if they would cheat to win an election. Only 7 percent of the American people said they would cheat. However, among the elite 1 percent who are “politically obsessed,” 69 percent said they would cheat to win an election. Rasmussen said it was the most frightening number he had seen in 35 years of polling.
Tragically, Nixon went along with the pretense that Washington’s power structure would oversee a fair process and seek an acceptable outcome. Instead, Nixon learned a hard lesson.
More than five decades later, President Donald Trump has learned that lesson too, and has decided to confront the establishment attack squad head-on with enormous courage and stamina.
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Author: Paul Bedard
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