Lessons in Swamp Manuevers: Trump -vs- Clinton -vs- Mueller -vs- Sessions -vs- Rosenstein -vs- Comey, etc.

The leak from a sealed grand jury indictment within the special counsel Robert Mueller investigation, writ large, has everyone a-twitter…  Perhaps, a reminder is in order.

First lesson from the DC SwampEverything is about politics.  It’s not about the law; it’s not about the judiciary; it’s not about what’s legal, or the illegality of behavior;  only politics.  These are not legal issues; the entities involved are not connected to legal or illegal application of laws as they relate to the rest of American society.

You cannot view the current action through the transactional prism of modern judicial proceedings as they relate to you and me. These are political cases that use the venue of the legal system.  They use the legal system to play out the optics and narrative of political battles for ideological wins and losses.

The closest reminder you might have familiarity with would be the case against George Zimmerman (never about the legal system); or the case against officer Darren Wilson; again, it was never about the legal system.  Those were political cases run through the matrix of the legal system.  So too is this entire DC partisan dysfunctional investigative construct -surrounding all of the current DC cases- not about the application of law, it is about politics. Period.

The notification from the FBI through the DOJ -to allow the unknown 2010 FBI witness to testify to congress about the Uranium One investigation- has initiated a responsive action from Robert Mueller to save and use his political leverage.  This is not about laws broken; this is about political leverage to be retained.

The gamesmanship currently being pitched through the media is about political leverage.  That leverage in DC is traded like baseball cards amid the upper tier of those who float in an entirely divergent orbit from everyone else.

Repeat: this is not about law. It’s about politics.

If Mueller waited any longer to construct his political cases against those he is investigating he would open himself up to scrutiny from within his attachment to the Uranium One deal.

If the mystery FBI witness testified to congress before Mueller announced an indictment it would look like Mueller was retaliating against that testimony.  So Mueller plays the hand he’s carrying.

Now, by going first, regardless of the testimony from the FBI witness, any negative outcome therein would look like retaliation against him for indictments announced prior to the testimony.

See how that works?

Remember, this is not about laws, lawfulness, or the judicial system.  These participants operate above that system.  They are in a political system above the law; they use the landscape of the judicial system to advance politics.  Pause and repeat as needed.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is simply attempting to retain his leverage within the game.  Going first allows him to keep and use that leverage.  If Mueller had waited he would have lost that leverage.

Congress has now lost leverage.  Regardless of what the FBI informant says to them regarding the Uranium One deal it is useless against the optic of retaliation for the special counsel investigation.

Conversely, those who were getting sick and tired of this investigation dragging on also know how the game is played.  They knew if they brought in the angle of the FBI informant it would force Mueller to act fast.  Again, this is politics, not legal.

Mueller has protected himself from the leverage congress was assembling and now he has cards to trade for any outcomes therein.  Mueller knew by planting the leak tonight his leverage would have all weekend to grow and establish itself through the media.

This is the exact same hand James Comey played when he intentionally leaked his memo notes to the New York Times right before he was fired.  Comey was losing leverage; Comey needed to gain back leverage to protect his interests.

Changing and trading leverage is politics.

Establish enough leverage and you can break any law with impunity.

Nothing more.

Enjoy your weekend….


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898 Responses to Lessons in Swamp Manuevers: Trump -vs- Clinton -vs- Mueller -vs- Sessions -vs- Rosenstein -vs- Comey, etc.

  1. sundance says:


  2. Sonya Choate says:

    The founder’s would be appalled if they could see how we’ve allowed the Constitution and Bill of Rights to be walked on, shredded and set on fire. Basically leaving the most important God given documents in our country useless. I’m shamed by what we have let our so called fellow countrymen. Who are supposed to be public servants twist and turn these important documents to their will. Nevermind the will.of God or the American people. My prayer is that they all be found to be the weasels that, we are seeing them to be, as each new day brings with it, a new revelation of how truly corrupted the majority ” of these so called public servants” have Satan control over, not only their lives, but all of their fellow Americans as well. This is perhaps the saddest comment I have ever written and give me no happiness whatsoever.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Margaret Berger says:

    Infowars is saying it is Manafort in the dock. Now, I don’t think Manafort is the CI his arrest is to distract from the damage the CI might be able to do. Mueller is in the corner and will fight to the death.
    Trump didn’t pick him,


  4. Paul says:

    Very good journalism. Thank you.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. mopar2016 says:

    That first picture said it all.
    Our president gets it and has for a long time.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Laurie Noinan says:

    I am so blessed to now have become a Treeper. My analytical mind is humbled by SD.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Howie says:

    If Mue;;ey comes in with some Shakey Bakey process charge that does not charge Trump with collaboration think how pathetic it will be.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. LumpyGravy says:

    Awesome article. The political theater in DC is being performed precisely as Sundance has characterized it. Right and wrong have absolutely nothing to do with the matters at hand, it’s all about manipulating available resources to maximize your chances of accomplishing the ONLY maxim egocentric lawyers are groomed to covet…. Winning, that’s it.
    This is a sport to attorneys, DC is the big leagues.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. The Demon Slick says:

    I don’t think they realize yet who they’re dealing with. Honey Badger don’t give a Damon. The old tired playbook won’t work anymore. Trump continues to shred every illusion they throw up. In the end, that’s the only power they have, illusion.

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  10. Donna in Oregon says:

    Here is where I get confused about the importance of the ‘leaker’.

    If this person is such a threat, why is he still around? There are several people that died mysterious deaths. The Russians certainly aren’t shy about it. Some say the Clinton’s aren’t either.

    So why is this guy still around? This is another smoke and mirrors, or is it flak and __________…..you know, another BS op.


  11. TexanForever says:

    A perfect analysis. Breitbart never fails to get it right. An awesome site.


  12. Mike says:

    “You cannot view the current action through the transactional prism of modern judicial proceedings as they relate to you and me. These are political cases that use the venue of the legal system.”

    Given the framework I operate from, it is difficult to understand because it is outside my world view. I can be Machiavellian, but Gee whiz. Trying to decipher some of these going ons is like trying to read something written in, uh, RUSSIAN.


  13. Donna in Oregon says:

    I think of it differently. When Nancy Pelosi and others used their knowledge gained from their positions to make money off stock purchases they weren’t charged with insider trading because there wasn’t a law……..

    Insider Trading in DC Just Got Easier
    John Carney | @carney
    Published 10:55 PM ET Tue, 16 April 2013


    So this is just another version of that. Selling out America is not illegal in Washington DC. The Congress hasn’t made a law…… Got it.


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