Do you think that we have much longer to wait before charges are filed? I know that the wheels of justice grind slowly but ...
Well, of course all I could say in response was: All I know is what I read.
But I also watch videos, like this one featuring Sean Hannity interviewing Representatives Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan. In the interview Hannity talks about how much more is known, referencing 53 closed door interviews that have not hitherto been released. Mark Meadows, apparently in reference to those interviews, stated that there would be lots more information released within "days", and that "the whole thing", the Russia Hoax, is coming unraveled. Thus, the desperate political theatrics of Nadler and company.
Among the information that will be coming is that Lisa Page testified that, after 9 months of investigation, the FBI had nothing on collusion. And, Jim Jordan added, Jim Comey said the same thing.
That, of course, gets to the heart of Crossfire Hurricane and AG Barr's question: Was there adequate predication for the investigation to begin with? I'm here to tell, as before, that there was not adequate predication to start a Full Investigation. And that's why the FBI and DoJ had to commit a fraud on the FISA Court--a fraud which they then repeated three times.
Think about the timeline involved here. Lisa Page said "after 9 months" the FBI had nothing. That takes us from the initiation of Crossfire Hurricane right up to ... the appointment of Bob Mueller by Rod Rosenstein to turn the new Trump presidency and administration inside out. Ask yourself: If Lisa Page and Jim Comey knew they had nothing after nine months of incredibly intrusive investigation, why wouldn't Rod Rosenstein and Andy McCabe have known that when Rosenstein started up Team Mueller, and why wouldn't "Bob" Mueller have known that?
Here's the simple answer: They did know that. That's why Devin Nunes, who was privy to the closed door interview results, when asked when Mueller knew he had nothing, could reply: Mueller knew he had nothing from the day he walked in the door to the Special Counsel Office. It was all about "getting" Trump, from the get go.
And, once again, Bill Barr's simple question gets to the heart of the Mueller inquistion and the people who started it up: Was there ever adequate predication? If there wasn't, it was all illegal.
And here's a dirty little not so secret fact: The coup plotters were enabled in this coup plot by senior GOP reps and senators, including some who are behaving better these days.