The Rats Are Jumping Ship. Clinesmith Guilty Plea Is Just the First Shoe To Fall in Obamagate | Beaufort County Now | Adam Mill, writing at AmericanGreatness breaks down the significance of the recent announcement that Kevin Clinesmith, a top FBI official during the Obama/Holder administration, has agreed to plead guilty of lying to the FBI. | beaufort observer, obabagate, kevin clinesmith, guilty plea, august 17, 2020

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The Rats Are Jumping Ship. Clinesmith Guilty Plea Is Just the First Shoe To Fall in Obamagate

    Adam Mill, writing at AmericanGreatness breaks down the significance of the recent announcement that Kevin Clinesmith, a top FBI official during the Obama/Holder administration, has agreed to plead guilty of lying to the FBI. He writes:

  • In June 2017, the New York production of Shakespeare in the Park modified its costuming for its production of "Julius Caesar" so that the title character resembled the new U.S. president. After the actor playing a Trump-resembling Caesar pretended to succumb to the many wounds inflicted by the conspiracy of assassins, the character Brutus implored his co-conspirators to, "Stoop, Romans, stoop, and let us bathe our hands in Caesar's blood up to the elbows and besmear our swords." In doing so, Brutus forced the other conspirators to become indivisibly responsible for the coup. Nobody could turn on the other plotters if everyone had Caesar's blood on their sword.

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    Read the full article HERE on American Greatness.


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