James Clapper Claims Obama Is Responsible For the Russia Investigation

James Clapper admits that without Obama’s involvement there would be no bogus Russia investigation. Clapper said that Obama ordered an intelligence community assessment report and without that, there would be no investigation into Russian collusion.

So, the same person who told a national TV audience that he never once injected himself into an investigation, injected himself to begin a bogus investigation. Clapper said not long ago that not one thing in the dossier has been proven to be wrong.

That isn’t quite true. The story about Michael Cohen flying to Prague to meet with a Russian has been proven to be false by witnesses who saw him in California with his son. If I accused you of sometime in 2012 beating a poor little puppy dog, how would you prove you didn’t?

From Rush Limbaugh

RUSH: Wait a minute. Did he really mean to say this? Did he really mean to say that Obama ordered all of this? Because that’s what he said. You heard him. “President Obama is responsible for that.” “We set off a whole sequence of events which are still unfolding today.” I.e., Mueller’s investigation, President Obama is responsible for that. It was he who tasked us to do that intelligence community assessment in the first place.

Okay. Some questions. When did the Russians interfere in our elections? Can somebody tell me the year? What year are we talking about? Come on. It’s really simple. What year did the Russians tamper in our elections? What’s the allegation? Very good, 2016. That was the election they tampered in. Who was president in 2016? Barack Hussein O. Who was head of the CIA in 2016? John Brennan. Who was the director of national intelligence in 2016? That would be James Clapper. Who was head of the FBI in 2016? Comey. Preceded by Robert Mueller.

Now that the FISA applications are making their rounds, there will be a lot of new things we will be learning about how the intelligence community has been screwing with our democracy to satisfy their own political preferences.