Barr Exposed Obama’s Treason So Now Dems Want to Impeach Him

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerald Nadler (D-NY) is hopping mad. Well… if he could physically hop, he would be hopping mad. Why is the little fella so angry? Because Attorney General Bill Barr just did something that we never thought we would see happen. Barr blew the lid off of the Obamagate conspiracy. So, for sharing information about the Obama administration’s criminal actions with the public, Nadler now wants to impeach the Attorney General of the United States. Go figure.

On Thursday I told you about how the federal judge in DC finally dropped the case against Gen. Mike Flynn. The US Attorney who replaced Robert Mueller’s hit squad last month turned over a page of handwritten notes to the judge – notes that the FBI had unlawfully hidden from Flynn’s legal team. The notes were written by former FBI Counterintelligence Chief Peter Strzok. Yeah, that guy.

The judge looked at the notes and finally gave up his quest to personally prosecute Flynn on a trumped up charge, long after the Justice Department had requested that the case be withdrawn. The notes were under seal initially. Judge Emmett Sullivan didn’t want to let the case go, because he is a partisan hack. Like me, you are probably really curious to know what Peter Strzok’s notes said that was so convincing that it scared Sullivan to finally drop the case.

Then, Attorney General Bill Barr committed what is an unpardonable sin in the eyes of the Democrat Party. He publicly released Strzok’s notes. Not only that, but Barr confirmed that the notes were written by Peter Strzok during a January 5, 2017 meeting in the Oval Office – just a couple of weeks before Donald Trump would be sworn in as the nation’s new president.

That’s the infamous meeting where the witch hunt against Gen. Mike Flynn was hatched. Present at the meeting were Barack Obama, Joe Biden, former National Security Director Susan Rice, former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, former FBI Director James Comey, and Peter Strzok.

Since he was the head of the Counterintelligence Division at the FBI, you might imagine that Peter Strzok would be a very impressive person. His job was to spy on other spies and spook other spooks. In a country like America, leading the Counterintelligence Division is a pretty important job. And yet Peter Strzok has turned out to be the equivalent of a bank robber who drops his driver’s license at the scene of the crime.

Simply put, his notes are a revelation. They are the smoking gun. Don’t super-spies know that their messages are supposed to self-destruct in five seconds? Or that you should at least run them through a paper shredder? Apparently not, because here’s what Peter Strzok’s notes from the scene of the crime said.

This was the pivotal meeting when those key players, listed above, decided to make a run at Flynn at the White House, in order to trick him into saying something that could be construed as dishonest. They were discussing Flynn’s phone calls with the Russian Ambassador.

Strzok noted that his boss, James Comey, didn’t think there was anything crooked, dishonest or illegal about Flynn’s conversations with Kislyak. Strzok wrote that Comey thought the phone calls “seem legit.”

After Comey stated that there didn’t seem to be anything wrong with those calls, Barack Obama gave a direct order to his employees. He told Comey, Strzok and Yates to “make sure you look at things” with “the right people.”

Translation: Don’t let one of your goody-two-shoes, Boy Scout, “follow the law” FBI agents who considers himself a patriotic American to look at this. “Make sure the right people look at it, so that they will come to the conclusion that I want.”

That’s treason, ladies and gentlemen. That’s a direct order from the former President of the United States, telling his underlings to ignore the rule of law and to undermine an incoming president and National Security Director.

One of the dumbest ideas throughout the whole Russian collusion hoax was the idea that Flynn should have perhaps been prosecuted under the 200-year-old Logan Act. That’s a law that has never been used to prosecute any American, ever. That is a truly, truly stupid idea. Who came up with that?

Well, now we know, because Peter Strzok wrote it down. That was Joe Biden’s idea. Ha! And did you catch the other part of that?

Even after James Comey said that Flynn’s phone calls with Kislyak “seem legit,” Obama, Biden, Comey, Yates, Rice and Strzok were discussing possible ways to prosecute Flynn. And now you know why the Democrats are suddenly pushing to impeach Bill Barr. We were never supposed to know any of this.

To this day, historians don’t know the reason why Benedict Arnold decided to betray his own country during the Revolutionary War. Arnold must not have had a crack counterintelligence wizard like Peter Strzok in the room taking copious notes when he made that fateful decision.

Fortunately for us, Barack Obama did have Peter Strzok there to memorialize this treasonous meeting. Thank you, Peter Strzok! Oh, and, uh… you might want to get your brakes checked. Just sayin’.

Did Trump’s Son-in-Law Just Get a Sweetheart Deal From Chinese Investors?

An unusual Manhattan real estate transaction is drawing the eyes of property watchers in the Big Apple as 666 Fifth Avenue, a 41-story office and retail tower, looks set to receive a huge financing boost from Chinese investment firm Anbang Insurance Group.

Anbang, which in 2014 bought the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, has murky ties to the Chinese government, to the point where former President Obama decided not to stay at the Waldorf in 2015 because of security concerns that his room might be wired with surveillance gadgetry.

Under normal circumstances, Anbang’s investment in 666 Fifth Avenue wouldn’t raise any eyebrows. But in this case, there are two large caveats — the first is that majority ownership in the building belongs to the company headed by Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of President Trump (Kushner is married to Ivanka Trump).

The second being the unusual specifics of the deal, by which Kushner’s company stands to make out exceedingly well, despite having come close to insolvency in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis.

In the wake of the 2008 crisis, established New York real estate firm Vornado Realty Trust acquired a 49.5 percent stake in the 666 building from the Kushner Companies in exchange for just an $80 million investment of capital. That’s not bad, considering that Kushner bought the building the prior year for a whopping $1.8 billion (mostly borrowed) — a record for a single office building in Manhattan.

In 2012, Vornado purchased the retail spaces at the building’s base from Kushner. Now, with Anbang entering the picture, Vornado may be bought out for ten times its investment on the office tower and double what it paid for the retail spaces.

It’s a great deal for Vornado, which still might not raise many eyebrows, except that Vornado’s chairman Steven Roth co-chairs a national committee working on infrastructure revitalization, one of the Trump White House’s signature agenda items. If the federal government invests in rebuilding Manhattan infrastructure, many of Vornado’s buildings, particularly those clustered around Pennsylvania Station, would benefit greatly.

The 666 Fifth Avenue deal would not just help Vornado — it will also aid Kushner because it would allow Kushner to buy back into the retail spaces and also to become a partner with Anbang in the $4 billion conversion of the tower’s upper floors to luxury condominiums.

If the deal is consummated, Kushner Companies’ loans would be paid off, and the company would profit by at least $500 million. Where it gets interesting is that the federal government may also be involved.

Under a federal financing program known as EB-5, buildings in “economically distressed areas” can be rehabilitated partially using government money. The way it works is the government pays down a share of a project’s needed capital in order to create jobs and attract foreign investment that otherwise might go elsewhere.

In exchange for the foreign interest, the government supplies two-year visas and a direct path to permanent residency for foreign investors who contribute at least $500,000 each. Thus far, the EB-5 program has been used for a number of high-profile projects such as Manhattan’s Hudson Yards development and Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center.

In both of those projects, it’s possible that the “economically distressed” label could have been applied to the previous incarnations of those developments’ locations. But with 666 Fifth Avenue — a section of one of the world’s priciest stretches of real estate — it’s hard to see how the “distressed” label fits.

Analysts see some peculiarities with the 666 transaction. “At the very least, this raises serious questions about the appearance of a conflict that arises from the possibility that the Kushners are getting a sweetheart deal,” says Larry Noble, the general counsel of the Campaign Legal Center. “A classic way you influence people is by financially helping their family.”

Joshua Stein, a real estate attorney in New York, says, “This is a huge, huge exit strategy for an office building. It does sound like a home run of a transaction for Kushner and his group.” A spokesman for Kushner Companies, James Yolles, said that the deal is not yet finalized and he could not yet name other investors or lenders in the deal.

Jared Kushner, who until recently was CEO of Kushner Companies, sold his stake in the building to members of his family to avoid conflicts of interest prior to becoming a senior advisor to President Trump. “Kushner Companies has taken significant steps to avoid potential conflicts and will continue to do so,” said Yolles in a statement.

At the White House, a spokeswoman stated Kushner will recuse himself in advance from any matter that might bring his impartiality into question, including any participation in the EB-5 program renewal. However, it should be noted that Kushner was present at a meeting of President Trump and China’s top diplomat, Yang Jiechi, in late February.

Kushner is also in a position to have an impact on the U.S.’s trade policies and national security approach with China. It’s said that President Trump will be meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping as early as April of this year; some international business observers say the Chinese government has been clamping down on investments overseas and has not yet reviewed the part of the 666 transaction that involves Anbang.

In the meantime, Kushner Companies has said it will be investing $750 million in the retail spaces of the building and will end up with a stake worth one-fifth of the total project if the deal is completed. There are still opportunities for additional investors in the project, which would value the office section of the building at $1.6 billion and the retail portion at $1.25 billion.

If the project is successful, $1.15 billion worth of existing mortgage debt would be refinanced. Scott Singer, the president of Singer & Bassuk, a real estate financing specialist, said the terms of the deal sounded “aggressive, but not absurd,” based on the building’s square-foot metrics and net income expectations. He said they matched up with what might be projected for a building of that size in such a location.

But to be sure, the degree of closeness of the partners in this deal have some people scratching their heads and wondering if real estate is the only game being played here.