posted on Sep, 18 2019 @ 10:02 AM
originally posted by: contextual
Can't understand why so many here would celebrate clear obstruction in a congressional hearing on wait for it, obstruction of justice.
A conspiracy website ignoring a clear conspiracy, let that sink in.
The "website" isn't ignoring anything. Your own opinion appears on it. Are you ignoring it?
The lack of enthusiasm for this hearing may be related to its own service to a conspiracy to use intelligence agencies to spy on a presidential
candidate and then attempt to remove him from office on false pretenses after he won the election.
Many details of this conspiracy remain hidden due to deliberate obstruction on the part of the conspirators, their congressional allies and a
collusive press, but anyone who has been paying any sort of attention whatsoever to what has been publicly disclosed over the past few years, from the
original press leaks to the Mueller report and the significant amounts of corroborated, documented evidence already published, has everything
necessary to comprehend what's actually been going on.
In attempting to cover for and perpetuate the deceit to which the American electorate and the world have been exposed throughout this seditious
affair, the Democratic Party -- already conclusively identified as its originator via the actions of the DNC and Clinton campaign -- is assuming full
ownership and responsibility for this criminal conspiracy in its entirety. It should thus come as no surprise that those who are not in favor of
criminal conspiracies would be unsympathetic to their continuing efforts.
Opinions vary, of course, and perhaps, through a series of inexplicable distortions of logic and reason, all the felonious deception and flagrant lies
to which we've been exposed for the past few years may prove to be just one great big misunderstanding. That remains to be seen.
But predicating your own criticisms on false assumptions and ignorance of evidence doesn't lend any strength to them, and has little chance of
persuading anyone who doesn't share them.