Ministers of Truth
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Call me crazy, but I may just be one of the few people who didn’t freak out and is okay with the recent Durham verdict (I will explain more of that later). Don’t get me wrong, seeing sweet justice and vindication is a very real desire for me. However, sometimes we must forfeit our desire for immediate satisfaction in hopes of a greater reward later. Christians are used to this concept. If we are doing it right, we have spent our lives in sacrifice of the temporal in service of the truth. Our anon community is no doubt used to this practice as well. Perhaps one could argue that WE are the Ministers of Truth.
My focus is not on religion in this article but upon truth. If you have been paying attention to the Durham/Michael Sussman case like I have, then you know a great deal of truth has been revealed. Regardless of the outcome, the truth is on record now! To be honest, I don’t really have a take that has not been, in part or in full, discussed by Just_Human (https://linktr.ee/just_human) or Brian Cates. Those two are my go-to sources for all things legal and Durham related. Anything I say now will just be lost in the aftermath of this verdict.
However, now that fog is clearing, I feel like there is something I can contribute to the effort in this information war. Like a cowbell bursting out in the middle of Don’t Fear the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult (Saturday Night Live reference) there was a fundamental aspect of human nature I observed in that trial that I cannot forget. It has brought me comfort and peace and I want to share it with you. In the middle of all the noise, the emotions, the preponderance of evidence, and ultimately the disappointing verdict, the human intuition to save yourself and abandoned a lie rang loud and clear.
I want to draw your attention to two specific individuals in the Durham/Sussman case: Marc Elias for the prosecution and Robby Mook for the defense. Marc Elias is a former employee and colleague of Sussman’s at Perkins Coie Law firm and Robby Mook is the former 2016 campaign manager for Hillary Clinton. The law firm of Perkins Coie was the law firm representing Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Convention (DNC). While one took the stand for the prosecution and one took the stand for the defense, both offered up a clue of why we should not be discouraged by this trial. In fact, because of what they revealed I am more confident than ever we are on the right track.
Let’s start with Marc Elias. Here is what the Washington Examiner said that caught my attention:
Marc Elias threw special counsel John Durham's trial against Democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann into disarray over comments seemingly hinting at the accused's possible decision not to testify.
During his time on the stand Wednesday, Elias, the top lawyer for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, said that "you'd have to ask Mr. Sussmann" about whether the defendant had gone to the FBI with Alfa-Bank claims on behalf of the Clinton campaign.
The defense team believed that was a clear nod to Sussmann's pending decision on whether to invoke the Fifth Amendment. The team argued Elias's comments should be struck, and if they weren't, then a mistrial should be declared.
Setting aside the fact that this was NOT how the line of questioning was to go, this almost sounds like Elias is going into self-preservation mode. Why would Elias try and goad Sussman to take the stand? Regardless if he is a witness for the prosecution, Elais and Sussman are on the same team. Here is a summary from the Washington Examiner:
Elias was pressed Wednesday on his role in pushing Trump-Russia collusion claims when he took the stand. He attempted to defend his work with the opposition research firm Fusion GPS while trying to distance himself and the campaign from Sussmann's decision to push Alfa-Bank collusion claims to the FBI.
Key phrase in this: “Elias was pressed.” It appears to me that when pressed, even a little bit, cracks were showing in the unholy alliance of the Perkins Coie/HRC/DNC cabal. Look, I am not trying to move the goalposts here or make something up that is not. This fracture was clearly seen and observed by many. Here is a tweet replying to ZeroHedges coverage of the trial:
I do believe we are just getting started. Now let’s move on to Robby Mook. This from Bizpacreview.com:
During a cross-examination by government prosecutor Andrew DeFilippis, Mook was asked whether the campaign believed the allegations against former President Donald Trump and whether they had planned to release the evidence to the media, according to National Review.
He recounted that he was first briefed about the Alfa Bank issue by campaign general counsel Marc Elias, who at the time was a partner at the law firm Perkins Coie.
Mook testified that he was informed the data came from “people that had expertise in this sort of matter.”
Mook claimed under oath that he was not sure of the evidence’s credibility at the time. He justified the leak to the media, claiming the purpose of it was to get a reporter to “run it down” further and “vet it out.”
The Clinton acolyte asserted that he discussed the matter with senior campaign staff and then he “discussed it with Hillary as well” and that “she agreed to” hand the evidence over to the press.
Do you see what is happening here? The screws have barely been applied to the cabal and they are turning on each other. One of my favorite people from the EIB network tweeted this:
And another tweet regarding Mook’s testimony:
None of this had to be offered up by Robby Mook but now it is entered in the case as evidence. Evidence that can be used later and I suspect it will.
The “cowbell” I am hearing in this case is:
When faced with self-preservation, people will instinctively turn on liars.
This is NOT something you can change, but it IS something we can count on for the remainder of this information war. These people are going to turn on each other like we have never seen before, and it is glorious.
Some of you may recall a previous article I wrote in which I quoted Chuck Colson. It is worth repeating because it speaks to the nature of mankind. Chuck Colson was imprisoned for his role in Watergate but converted to Christianity. Regarding those people around Nixon at the time, Chuck repeatedly claimed that those closest to Nixon gave him up because none of them wanted to go to prison for liar.
“I know the resurrection is a fact, and Watergate proved it to me. How? Because 12 men testified they had seen Jesus raised from the dead, then they proclaimed that truth for 40 years, never once denying it. Every one was beaten, tortured, stoned and put in prison. They would not have endured that if it weren't true. Watergate embroiled 12 of the most powerful men in the world-and they couldn't keep a lie for three weeks. You're telling me 12 apostles could keep a lie for 40 years? Absolutely impossible.”
― Charles Colson
The truth stands resolute. It doesn’t need more lies to exist. The truth will always prevail because the truth can and will stand on its own. Consider this quote:
No man has a good enough memory to make a successful liar. ~ Abraham Lincoln
How successful do you think the cabal will be in keeping with the many lies they have spun when real pressure gets applied? How many lies are needed to hide the truth? How many lies are needed to keep another lie concealed? Trump is very confident, along with those in his circle, that the truth will come out. I share in this confidence as we move forward. Durham may have lost a verdict, but he won the trial. I would argue that at least two out of three objectives were accomplished and maybe a third.
1.Attorney client privilege was pierced before the trial. That privilege is the backbone of the Clinton Crime Machine.
2.HRC was outed for her role in the Russia/Spygate hoax
3. Maybe a not guilty verdict was better in the end any way.
Consider this response to a Dawson S Fields tweet:
It has since been speculated that if Sussman had been convicted it would exonerate HRC and the FBI. Let’s not forget that the FBI is in scope of Durham’s investigation as much as anyone. I suspect we will be seeing all these players in a courtroom again very soon. Maybe this should have been the biggest “cowbell” of them all. That after a 27 page indictment (that should have taken one page), 700+ exhibits of evidence, and thousands of emails for 1 charge of lying to the FBI, Durham doesn’t seem too upset with losing the verdict.
The truth rings loud and clear to those of us who are listening for it. It cannot be silenced, and it cannot be hidden with lies. It is the “cowbell in the midst of Don’t Fear the Reaper. It is what we long for and it is what we anons search tirelessly for as the true Ministers of Truth.
We have since found out immediately after the verdict that a “whistleblower” has revealed an FBI workspace within Perkins Coie law firm. Wow, that is earth shattering news and doesn’t bode well for Sussman getting of Scott free.
Who’s ready for more cowbell?
“I would rather die with Christ and hope in heart and be called a fool than to stand over the dead corpse of the Republic and say I told you so.”