What a Coinkydink

We covered yesterday the “sensitive matters team” within the FBI that seemed all too comfortable with CNN reporting on former FBI chief James Comey briefing then President Elect Donald Trump on the Steele Dossier. Yesterday, Gateway Pundit posted a piece showing that Valarie Jarrett’s daughter, Laura, was hired by CNN in September 2016 specifically to cover the DOJ. More

So, CNN had the Steele dossier in “late 2016” and Laura Jarrett had been hired by CNN in September 2016. Huh, funny how that worked, isn’t it? I wonder who put the scurrilous document into their hands; Steele himself (who had been shopping it around to news outlets that fall), Laura Jarrett or James Clapper?

7 Comments on What a Coinkydink

  1. Do You Believe In Another Coincidence?
    ‘There Are No Coincidences’ Psychology Today

  2. Miller: A lot o’ people don’t realize what’s really going on. They
    view life as a bunch o’ unconnected incidents ‘n things. They don’t
    realize that there’s this, like, lattice o’ coincidence that lays on
    top o’ everything. Give you an example; show you what I mean: suppose
    you’re thinkin’ about a plate o’ shrimp. Suddenly someone’ll say,
    like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o’ shrimp out of the blue, no
    explanation. No point in lookin’ for one, either. It’s all part of a
    cosmic unconciousness.

    Otto: You eat a lot of acid, Miller, back in the hippie days?
    — Repo Man

  3. Levin and Bongino are the guys I have been paying attention to, they have the institutional knowledge to be able to sort through and untangle this mess. The wheels is coming off and it is going to be a fucking free for all when the dam breaks and they start trying to save their own sorry asses by ratting each other out. Problem with that is that the unbridled arrogance of the dirty motehrfuckers has made cooperating witnesses pretty much superfluous – the dumb bastards have provided incriminating documentation as they went along.

  4. Meanwhile, Barky’s daughter was working for Weinstein. I shudder to think what her assignment was.


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