Despite Naysayers, There Is Enough In IG Report For Special Counsel – Here’s How

For those of you who may not be familiar with who Pat Caddell is, here is a short bio:

Caddell was born in Rock Hill, South Carolina and graduated from Harvard University. He has worked for Democratic presidential candidates George McGovern in 1972, Jimmy Carter in 1976 and 1980, Gary Hart in 1984, Joe Bidenin 1988, and Jerry Brown in 1992. He also worked for Colorado Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff in 2010. Caddell persuaded Jimmy Carter to focus in 1976 on the “trust factor”, rather than divisive political issues in the 1976 campaign, a strategy which led, narrowly, to victory.

The Arkansas political scientist and pollster Jim Ranchino declared the then 26-year-old Caddell “the best pollster in the business.” According to researchers, Caddell had wide influence in the Carter White House, and was the chief advocate of what later became known as Carter’s “malaise speech”

He is a bonified Democrat through and through.

He says that the IG report shows so many possible indictments that a special counsel needed to sort through the information and begin handing out indictments. That’s a powerful statement coming fom a life long Democrat. I guess he values his credibility too much to defend the party on this. Caddell believes that the next texts from Peter Strzok and Lisa Page are a smoking gun. He was referring to Strzoks text saying they would stop Trump. Especially since Strzok made the drcision to drop the Hillary emails to concentrate on Trump.

“[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right!?” Page texted Strzok in one August 2016 message.

“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” Strzok responded.

Caddell said:

“I am appalled at the notion of having … an informant inside the Trump campaign. I have been in campaigns were espionage has been committed but it has always been by the other campaign. I have never seen where the government, particularly one from the opposition party, ever use someone like that to provide them information.  It is a frightening thing and it should be a source of outrage.” (There were actually seven at last count) You can find the one discovered just days ago HERE.

Cadell was also very troubled by the fact that Andrew McCabe, Strzok and Page worked out a scheme to bypass the chain of command in order to be able to control the investigation.

Caddell is talking but Jeff Sessions isn’t listening.