Trump’s supporters calling talk radio to voice their disgust should take a deep breath and reconsider their abandonment of our valiant president. Draining the swamp was never going to be easy but, if we’ve learned anything along the way, Trump never lets us down.
And a careful reading of the $1.3 Trillion omnibus spending bill – something virtually no one got to do except the president before he signed it – reveals why. The bill contains massive funding for the appointment of special prosecutors.
It’s informative to know that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation cost taxpayers approximately $7 million over the first six months of his investigation.
With his investigation winding down why does the omnibus provide more than $26 million dollars for special counsels?
From page 571 of the omnibus:
That about doubles annualized spending at a time when Mueller should be completing his work. That can lead to only one conclusion.
The funding must be for a second Special Council. An increasing number of Republican senators and representatives have been calling for the appointment of one and rumors have been circulating inside the beltway that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has already empowered someone to start putting the evidence together.
While the mainstream media defends the corruption of the FBI and the DOJ while in co-operation with the highest levels of the Obama administration, it is becoming common knowledge among the DC elite that their gig will soon be up.
That’s because the criminal conspiracy to turn American assets into personal enrichment is so widespread it involves political appointees and hires embedded in virtually every government agency. The IRS, EPA, State Department, DOJ, and FBI are just some of the agencies that became visibly corrupted.
Whatever funding Robert Mueller required to frame our president would be just a small fraction of the money a second special counsel would require to ferret out the corrupt holdovers from the 2.2 million federal employees.
That brings us to another funding provision, this one on page 534 of the omnibus bill:
5 U.S. Code § 3109 – Employment of experts and consultants; temporary or intermittent
This section appears to give the president, or his appointee, up to $322 million for the costs of special counsel and other fees. The fact that this massive sum comes under the funding provisions for the FCC is very telling. Much of the war against Donald Trump has been waged by the broadcast news, general television programming, and Google, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube that all come under FCC jurisdiction.
This level of funding, when compared to what Robert Mueller’s has run thorugh, appears to authorize a much more extensive investigative effort – not a witch-hunt to destroy one man but an effort to map the depth of Clinton through Obama-era corruption that was put in place across the entire government apparatus.
If this is the case then the Trump administration has almost 22 times the funding that Mueller exhausted with which to pursue the largest RICO investigation ever embarked upon.
But that’s not the full extent of it either.
The Offices of Inspector General have been funded with at least another $140 million expressly allocated to conducting investigations into corruption within the departments they oversee. (See pages 535, 546, 556, 565, 571, and 573 of the omnibus)
The most widely known Inspector General is Michael Horowitz whose investigation led to a shake-up at the highest levels of the FBI and the firing of FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe for his biased handling of the Clinton email investigation and for his part in the Trump witch-hunt.
But there are many more IG’s sitting on information just as important to ferreting out the rampant corruption that has been growing like mold on the dying carcass of the federal bureaucracy over the past 30 years.
All told there’s close to, if not more than, a half billion dollars in the omnibus that President Trump can direct to mapping the extensive network of criminal co-conspirators that thought little to nothing of selling America’s assets for their personal self-enrichment.
Couple all of that money with an $80 Billion dollar increase in sorely needed modernization funds for the military and you come to the realization that more than half of the spending increase went to giving him what he needs to begin seriously draining the swamp.
Trust in Trump!