Rosenstein sending a memo to Trump proposing the firing of Comey for incompetence, and right afterward getting Mueller appointed on the recommendation of Comey who was fired, to "investigate" Trump for obstruction of Justice is a conspiracy

The Conspiracy & The Theory

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The Conspiracy & The Theory
The Conspiracy & The Theory

The existence of proven conspiracies is not the same as unproven theories about possible conspiracies.

In other words, conflating suspected conspiracies with unreal theories does not make the last real.

A conspiracy theory is the belief in a conspiracy that isn’t true.

Uranium one. True.

Fusion GPS. True.

Special Counsel Robert J. Mueller’s “investigation,” as well as the Mueller appointment, was rigged to “get” President Trump and to reverse the election results of 2016 based on the fake Fusion GPS Dossier, a fairy tale.

The dossier is the real product of a genuine conspiracy (while ignoring the obvious Clinton/DNC “collusion with Russia”).

——-“While the mainstream news media hunts for evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, the public record shows that Democrats have willfully used Moscow disinformation to influence the presidential election against Donald Trump and attack his administration.

The disinformation came in the form of a Russian-fed dossier written by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele. It contains a series of unverified criminal charges against Mr. Trump‘s campaign aides, such as coordinating Moscow‘s hacking of Democratic Party computers.

Some Democrats have widely circulated the discredited information. Mr. Steele was paid by the Democrat-funded opposition research firm Fusion GPS with money from a Hillary Clinton backer. Fusion GPS distributed the dossier among Democrats and journalists. The information fell into the hands of the FBI, which used it in part to investigate Mr. Trump‘s campaign aides.” WASHINGTON TIMES July 2017——-

DOJ’s Deputy AG Rod J. Rosenstein sending a memo to Donald Trump proposing the firing of former FBI Director James Comey for incompetence, and right afterward getting Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller appointed on the recommendation of the FBI director who was fired, to “investigate” Donald Trump for obstruction of justice in the firing of James Comey, is, a conspiracy.

Not a theory.

Some might see it as a farce.

It has passed the realm of theory because we have the documentation and they have ZERO evidence of obstruction of justice or of Donald Trump profiting with his aides from associations with Russia. Unless they plan to charge Rod J. Rosenstein and James Comey of obstruction of justice and conspiracy.

We do have evidence that Team Clinton and Family Clinton - and the campaign manager of the Clinton Campaign - profited handsomely from their associations with Russia; and covering their complicity selling influence to Russia and even Russia’s enemies.

We know the Trump-Russia Collusion fiction is a crock of steaming Clinton wind.



None of the above is theory. It is fact.

Fusion GPS’ Dossier is a fabrication passed on by the Kremlin to a UK agent, wholly paid for by the DNC and Hillary Clinton. We know that because some of the criminals in the plot have been testifying it to be true, not fiction.

We do know who paid for it, we know what the goal was, we know it was beyond “opposition research” and clearly illegal, and they were not the Republicans who hired Steele and connected Fusion GPS with the Kremlin.


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Trump-Russia collusion narrative is bovine droppings

We know that the Trump-Russia collusion narrative is bovine droppings.

What difference does it make?” someone guilty might say.

This story ends being a “theory” when facts prove it real.

We know that the brother of the Democrat presidential candidate’s campaign manager, along with the campaign manager himself, and a man who was appointed campaign manager of the Republican candidate for ONLY three weeks out of the year and a half campaign, worked for the Russians. All of them have. And none of them are Republicans.

Except for that the Democrat candidate kept her campaign manager on the payroll for the entire year and a half to the very end. The Republican candidate fired his campaign manager who worked for him for merely three weeks within hours of smelling the stench that covered the entire Clinton Campaign. He told the man who worked for years, not for him, but for Clinton’s Podesta Brothers and was a Democrat himself: “You’re Fired!

So what difference does it make?

For a start, let’s try the $145 million difference that landed at The Family Foundation.


The family that was no different from the mob - including a trail of corpses they have allegedly left behind.

That’s where theory and fact converge as SETTLED SCIENCE.

In physics the behavior of matter and energy cause the observers to produce educated guesses about the laws that cause the effects of what they had observed.

At this point the guesses are treated as “theory” that they think will one day prove to be true.

Once the facts are discovered that prove beyond all doubt the theory true, it moves from the theory realm and becomes a “theorem,” another bedrock of physical laws.

Theorem (origin Greek theorema: speculation, proposition (From the Oxford Compact Dictionary, via askoxford.com)) are what mathematics and physics are about! A theorem is a statement which has been proved on the basis of explicit assumptions and observations that are sometimes considered as evidence. A theorem is not self-evident, but proved by a chain of mathematical reasoning and observable events that can be proved by empirical experiment and/or measurement, e.g. the Pythagoras Theorem.

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Theory summarizes a group of hypotheses that have been supported with repeated tests and evidence that also best fit all available knowledge. Theory is valid as long as there is no evidence to dispute it.

So a theory can be disproved as well.

In other words, on a scale between proof and non-proof, a theory is worth nothing.

Zilch. Nada.

We are at this point contemplating the conspiracy theories about the Vegas shooter who left no digital footprint because his hard drive went missing. One of his alleged pals went missing in Mexico. The pal returned eventually and denied everything about his body being snatched by ET except for the existence of a splinter in his leg, courtesy of the shooter.

The shooter’s harddrive also went missing.His excuse is he was as dead as a door nail.Which is understandable and most theorists would accept as valid proof.Which will have to do until we create another conspiracy theory that he’s still at the Mandalay with some unidentified women and is having the time of his life.

We are at this time, Elvis, JFK, Neil Armstrong just having returned from the Hollywood back lot where the moon landing was filmed, myself, and several women wearing purple and green hair and Star Trek costumes from Area 51, enjoying a fine bottle of Möet at the Aria, which is just a few blocks up on the strip. We understand that Napoleon and Ghengis Khan will be joining us with their entourages, the entire French and Mongolian armed forces for dinner.

We are betting that you will believe me. That is,

Me, Myself & I.

(c) Andrew G. Benjaminw. input from Greg Badger and Bob Webster

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Andrew G. Benjamin is a real estate and tax specialist, equities trader, a former economic advisor to New York city mayor Rudy Giuliani; serving on the transition team’s Subcommittee on Taxation, Finance and the Budget. Benjamin also wrote extensively about intelligence, economic issues, the Mideast, terrorism, technology, high end audio and transnational politics.

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