By Andy Weddington
Tuesday, 26 June 2018
I'm not a conspiracy theorist - I'm a conspiracy analyst. Gore Vidal
After a day and a half visit, a retired Marine pal not seen in four years just departed to continue his journey for family business in Southern California.
Little politics, mostly we talked Marine. Though last evening we did watch President Trump mesmerize a huge crowd at a rally in South Carolina.
True 'reality TV' and at its best. Nothing fake about it. Though coverage from non-friendly outlets is absolutely fake. Irony, too, at its best.
Regardless of sentiments of President Trump, there is no denying reality that he's a star. And star - of TV, of social media, and wherever he happens to appear.
Amongst this morning's headlines was comment, via Twitter, from President Trump that FBI agent Peter Strzok's testimony before Congress this week should be televised. The American people should be able to draw their own conclusions, President Trump opined.
Some media personalities disagree. Surprise. Their position is privacy to avoid grandstanding. Back to that point in closing.
The months and months of focus on Agent Strzok (and his agency girlfriend attorney) is to get to the bottom of what he (and they) did against Candidate Trump, to sway the election for Hillary Clinton, and to damage or destroy President Trump.
It's already known what Agent Strzok did not do.
Agent Strzok did not comply with his sworn oath of office.
Agent Strzok did not carry out his duties.
That's (conspiracy) analysis not (conspiracy) theory.
Contrarily, Agent Strzok colluded with other FBI agents (and others outside the FBI) who likewise did not comply with their sworn oath of office and duties.
Conspiracy defined: a secret plan made by two or more people to do something bad, illegal, or against some one's wishes. The words "government" and "justice" are peppered throughout definitions and for example sentences.
That is what Agent Strzok et al. did.
Complying with the U. S. Marine Corps leadership practice of 'discipline in private and award in public' ...
A closed, not-televised, hearing for Agent Strzok is acceptable (for privacy and to preclude Congress grandstanding).
Build grandstand(s) for the award of hanging(s).
The public deserves to witness just award - justice - for high crimes; especially served on Department of Justice personnel.
And with that this retired Marine - one amongst a sea of likeminded in the public - would be happy.