The Arrests Are Coming, but When?

My previous two articles (here and here) explored the evidence suggesting that much of the work required to remove corruption is complete. Many people want to know when the arrests are going to happen. Information is available that can be used to create a timeline of future events. But to accurately predict the future, we must first understand the past and present. Let’s briefly review the history of Donald Trump’s presidency and how two groups of people perceive it.

Donald Trump’s Presidential candidacy was opposed by Hollywood, the media, the political establishment, and coastal progressives. His run for the White House was supported by tens of millions of patriotic nobodies. Since the election, progressives and patriots have been watching a dramatic story unfold. There are, in fact, two stories being told, each written by a different author.

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Progressives are watching a movie in which a tyrannical, corrupt dictator has been installed in the oval office with the help of Vladimir Putin. The orange despot has bungled every aspect of his Presidency. It is only because of the hard work of dedicated and patriotic career bureaucrats in Washington that Trump’s disastrous foreign policies haven’t caused a nuclear holocaust. Progressives were promised that Robert Mueller would expose Trump’s collusion with Russia and he would be removed from office, but Mueller failed. Fortunately, the heroic Adam Schiff is, at this very moment, gathering the evidence needed to destroy the monster who is ruining our beloved democracy. In this movie, Trump is about to be publicly humiliated and removed from office. The results of the Russia-influenced 2016 election will finally be made right.

On the other movie screen, patriots have watched Trump lose one general after another over his insistence that the bloody and expensive wars in the middle east and Asia come to an end. Trump managed to get Kim Jong Un to the negotiating table and avert a nuclear war with North Korea. He’s brought back jobs that were sent overseas and is fighting Congress and the courts to stem the flow of drugs and criminals who pour through our southern border.

Trump’s Justice Department launched investigations into the many criminal enterprises that were allowed by, and in some cases, initiated by previous administrations. We have confirmation from Attorney General Barr that some of those investigations are complete. The Spygate investigation is now focusing on former CIA Director John Brennan and former DNI James Clapper, two of the top-level people from the Obama administration who plotted the illegal surveillance of Trump’s campaign. (Since criminal investigations begin with lower-level players and work their way up the chain of command, this suggests that the Spygate investigation is also nearing its completion.) Patriots have watched Trump take on the dishonest corporate media and the corrupt political establishment.

Since half of the country is watching a movie in which Trump is about to be removed from office, the sudden and unexpected arrest of his opponents would be viewed as political retaliation. It would only confirm the narrative that the orange man is a dictator who must be removed from office—by force, if necessary. Arrests at this time would cause a civil war. In order to avoid civil unrest, a new public narrative must first be put forth that corrects the false narrative the media has used to deceive half the country.

The new narrative, if it to be believed, must be seen as truthful, authoritative, and non-partisan. It’s been developed, and it has two components. The first part is the Department of Justice Inspector Genera’s report on allegations of FISA abuse. Inspector General Horowitz was an Obama appointee who, in previous reports, failed to deliver the knockout punch conservatives hoped for. James Comey, while quibbling over details of the report on his memos, praised Horowitz’s fair and objective methods. Horrowitz can hardly be considered a partisan hack, which makes him the perfect person to deliver the first installment of the new narrative.

The Horrowitz report will expose the corrupt acts of the Obama administration and their collusion with the media in an attempt to railroad Trump and remove him from office. Those who are watching the orange-man-bad movie will face a plot twist that challenges their beliefs. The IG report will factually and objectively demonstrate that progressive heroes are, in fact, duplicitous criminals who deserve prosecution.

The second part of the new narrative is the declassification of documents by Attorney General William Barr. Trump authorized Barr to declassify anything he wants. Barr can give the declassified documents to anyone who might benefit from them. We know that text messages related to the Russia investigation between Andrew McCabe, James Comey, Bruce Ohr, Lisa Page, and Peter Strzok are on the list of things to be declassified. We also know the gang of 8 intel briefing on the status of the Russia investigation will be declassified. The possibilities for declassification are endless since Barr has complete authority and discretion. The secret communications and reports of those involved in the Russia investigation will be available for the public to read for themselves. The declassified documents will paint a clear picture of the criminal activities of those who tried to remove Trump from office.

Since the false movie narrative is being propagated by the media, along with the exposure of corrupt politicians, the media’s dishonesty must be exposed. The Horowitz report and the release of declassified documents will factually and objectively demonstrate that the media colluded with corrupt politicians and knowingly published false information with the intent of deceiving the public. This will allow the entire nation (and the world) to see the truth.

The Great Awakening is a term I use to describe the public becoming aware of a two-tiered system of justice that has allowed corrupt people to go unpunished. The Storm describes the coming arrest and prosecution of those corrupt people. The Calm Before the Storm is the time we currently live in before the arrests happen. Although the criminal investigations may have been completed long ago, only after the public has accepted the truth about corruption, can the justice phase begin.

I won’t predict a date when the arrests will happen. Everyone who has made such a prediction has been wrong. The political landscape is an ever-changing and unpredictable environment. (Did anyone predict the impeachment inquiry before it happened?) We know that the Horowitz report is nearly complete, but there is no way to predict the exact date it will be made public. The same is true for the release of declassified documents. What I can say is this: we should expect to see arrests after the Horowitz report and declassified documents have been released and the public has had time to digest them and accept the truth about corruption. At that point, those who have been watching the orange-man-bad movie may demand justice for the real criminals.

Spygate Turns the Corner

The storyline of the surveillance of the Trump campaign by former President Obama’s intelligence community and the attempt by the Washinton D.C. establishment to remove him from office took a significant turn this week. It was announced that the Department of Justice’s “administrative review” into the origin of the Trump-Russia investigation has officially become a criminal investigation. Attorney General William Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham are leading an investigation that hopes to uncover how and why the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign began.

The media and former Obama cabinet members claim Barr’s investigation is unfounded. Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former CIA chief John Brannan claim there is no legitimate reason to investigate them. The Trump-Russia investigation and its surveillance were properly predicated actions and Barr’s investigation of them can only be a politically motivated attack.

Was the Trump-Russia Investigation Properly Predicated?

In order to launch a criminal investigation, a law enforcement agency needs to have probable cause (the reasonable belief) that a suspect committed a crime. In a counterintelligence investigation, they need to have a reasonable belief that the target to be investigated is acting on behalf of a foreign power. This “reasonable belief” is the predicate for an investigation.

The Mueller investigation into Trump-Russia collusion arose from an FBI counterintelligence investigation. According to Andrew McCarthy, counterintelligence investigations are initiated for the benefit of the President and the Oval Office is updated on them, regularly. Mueller’s investigation found no evidence of collusion. His team was unable to establish the predicate upon which their investigation was based. Since the investigation seems to have lacked a predicate, why did it begin in the first place? If there was no probable cause, was the investigation politically motivated? That is what AG Barr is trying to determine.

It’s interesting that the DOJ made its announcement on the same day Inspector General Horowitz announced his report on FISA abuse was nearing completion. In that announcement, Horowitz said he does not anticipate the need to issue separate classified and unclassified versions of his report but rather, he expects to issue a single report. That is an unusual move and I would interpret it to mean that AG Barr has chosen to declassify information in the FISA report that would normally remain classified.

It’s a minor point but it’s worth noting that U.S. Attorney John Durham has been investigating criminal conduct related to Spygate for at least a year, and probably longer. Last January it was revealed that Durham had been investigating criminal leaks, including a leak by former FBI general counsel James Baker. That information came from a closed-door interview of Baker conducted on October 3rd of 2018. The announcement that the DOJ’s investigation only recently became a criminal one seems to be for the purpose of optics. Qanon informed us in April of 2018 that the criminal investigation of FBI employees was well underway, noting that Bill Priestap, Peter Strzok, and Lisa Page had become cooperating witnesses and that their power had been removed.

Many political commentators have expressed doubt that high ranking people in government will be prosecuted for their corruption. The DOJ’s announcement has, however, emboldened President Trump to double down on his criticism of the Obama administration. The Washinton Examiner reported that in a new book, Trump seems to have accused Obama of treason.

“What they did was treasonous, OK? It was treasonous,” he told author Doug Wead for his upcoming book, “Inside Trump’s White House: The Real Story of His Presidency.”


“The interesting thing out of all of this is that we caught them spying on the election. They were spying on my campaign. So you know? What is that all about?” said Trump.


“I have never ever said this, but truth is, they got caught spying. They were spying,” said Trump who then added, “Obama.”

Brit Hume wasn’t buying it.

It has been my view that the Spygate plotters will face justice, including people like Barack Obama. When James Clapper claims he was only doing what Obama told him to do, it seems obvious that Obama will be blamed by most of his underlings.

Many people are still skeptical that powerful people will be prosecuted but more mainstream commentators are convinced it’s going to happen. Dinesh D’Souza is among them.

We don’t know yet how this will all play out. It’s too early to tell. I would ask that you continue praying for justice to prevail. God is still giving me dreams that point toward the prosection of powerful people. Recently, they suggest a massive amount of information is coming that must be sifted through and organized if we’re going to understand it. Hopefully, 8kun will be online soon and this would be an ideal time for the re-emergence of Q.

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