BCP Has Clue – Is Comey Toast? When Will What Break?

Here’s a couple of videos about the FBI / DOJ / Hillary & Barry collusion to make a soft coup.

I like the way this guy (BCP) does his videos. Cuts together quotes for various other media and wraps it in his observations and comments. His lighting is a bit strong, but I think that’s from having an incandescent (reddish) bulb on one side and sunlight (blueish) on the other. Not a bad effect, but not one I’d do ( I’m more into “photo realistic” lighting). At times he has a bit of subtle whit in his comments. Especially in the second one where he protests about “hog wild” ;-) Nice turn of the blade ;-)

So first up is a video fingering Comey as likely to take the first fall. 24 minutes. Then one from today that explores the issues further.

22 Minutes:

So are indictments going to come? Is BCP reading the tea leaves right? I sure hope so.

IMHO, it’s time for Trump to transition to the offensive from defensive. IMHO he has been “keeping his powder dry” to uncover more co-conspirators while also waiting to let the impact of arrests arrive in time for the election in 2020. Given how slowly the indictment, trial, etc. processes can run, along with appeals, I’d say we are at just about the right time to launch.

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15 Responses to BCP Has Clue – Is Comey Toast? When Will What Break?

  1. jim2 says:

    While I would like to think that the indictment and then conviction of Obummer’s henchmen would sway voters, I’m not assured that will be the case. It will strengthen Trump’s base. The most good to come of it that I can forecast would be maybe … JUST MAYBE … some independents might move to Trump’s camp.

  2. Pink slip them ALL says:

    Hmmmmm…..Have long dreamed of fumigating the CIA, NSA, and FBI. Perhaps that time is near?

  3. philjourdan says:

    Indictments next year. First trials will start late summer, or early September. Just in time for the election.

  4. H.R. says:

    President Trump had to wait out the Muh Russia investigation because it took no time at all to determine that there was no Russian Collusion on part of Trump or his campaign.

    Most of the time was spent trying to goad President Trump into taking actions that could be construed as Obstruction. President Trump never took the bait, knowing that it would eventually wear thin and come to an end.

    Now any actions President Trump takes to Drain The Swamp can only be spun one way by the media. They will scream “Political Hit Job! Political Revenge! Presidential Overreach! Abuse of Power!?

    The trouble the YSM will run up against is that there is actual evidence to support indictments and that should assure convictions. We’ve been exposed to enough evidence that a fair number of swamp critters committed illegal acts in a coup attempt against President Trump. And worse yet for the YSM, there is even more damning evidence beyond what is public knowledge now. All those redacted bits? That’s the real good stuff that was only redacted in order to save some swamp critters’ @$$es.

    “This is gonna be great!”
    ~ Flounder

  5. gallopingcamel says:

    BCP revealed that the FBI may have hired five contractors to spy on political rivals in 2012. Did BHO spy on Romney’s campaign?
    That sounds like something that should be easy to investigate. There will be hard evidence such as billing records and much, much more. Once you have these contractors under oath they should not be in much trouble unless they perjure themselves. Therefore they will testify truthfully without any need to offer them “Deals”.

  6. E.M.Smith says:


    Didn’t know the FBI used contractors… they will have non-disclosure agreements and fear being blackballed, but yeah: assure them the nondis is waved and remind them “free and blackballed” is better than prison, they will sing. Especially if reminded the guy doing the blackballing will go away and the new guy will need contractors….


    Ever more folks are becoming intolerant of press deception and manipulation. Watch the Sargon of Akkad interview where he tells the reporter he despises Political Correctness… and the crowed cheers!

    Eventually it will dawn on them (about termination notice time) that a reputation once lost cannot be recovered…

    A whole lot of folks got the Red Pill when Muller delivered the Big Nothing.

    Like BREXIT being sabotaged… it leads to revolutions…


    The hard core rarely change, but the entire middle is mobile. Indictments and convictions at a minimum cause tepid voters to just stay home. It is likely Comey reopening the Hillary email question cost her the race for just that reason.

  7. beththeserf says:

    There it is, all the sorry mess, set out with great clarity. https://amgreatness.com/2019/05/05/the-fright-of-james-comey/ Comey the colluder, Comey the obstructionist, yr gone!

  8. E.M.Smith says:


    I doubt that the “spy and deceive” was a sudden invention of the HRC campaign. It has likely been involved all the way from LBJ (who was known for dirty politics in the local elections).

    IMHO also, J.Edgar Hoover set the mould for the Corrupt FBI with “dossiers”. That didn’t end with his passing… “someone” got his files… and methods…

    BUT, DJT seems to have observed this and taken great care to NOT have strong “dirt” to dig up on him. It looks like he was playing a defensive game from decades back ( a “keep your nose clean” strategy) and didn’t get sucked into the baited traps (though a couple of camp followers did, or had unrelated dirt to uncover).


    Now that DJT has made it all very very visible and the DNC has gone BSC (Bat Sh…) on national TV trying to use every dirty trick in the book to take down the POTUS: Is the game now so well visible that the public will be immunized to it? Have they blown the cover off it so much they will be voted out? Hmmm……

    @Another Ian:

    That’s a great summary of where things stand v. Comey & Trump.

    Comey got himself into a big bind, IMHO, due to being spineless. When the winds were blowing in HRCs favor, he did everything possible to sabotage the investigation into her. Then, when it looked like he might get spanked for that, he re-opened the investigation (and likely tossing the election to Trump). Then he tried to hide his machinations from Trump (eventually getting his ass fired). Now he’s trying to curry favor again with HRC & Minions to make amends for his getting the election tossed (and maybe to avoid an “accident” somewhere in Arkansas…)

    He has no choice at this point. Trump tossed hm out so this can’t be “his side”. Yet the Dems have a very sore spot with him (and HRC is likely livid if his name is mentioned); so he must appease them just to avoid attacks. Basically as a weak suck-up to the Big O / HCR side he got himself in too deep, then tried to move to neutral, blew it (and the election of HRC), and now is looking for some way, any way, to get folks to stop giving him “stink eye” when passing on the street.

    What he really needs to do is retire to some tropical island with a couple of body guards… but as a creature of The Swamp, he can’t stand being out of the game, and especially not on lousy terms.

    Oh Well.

    Sadly, I think the corruption is so complete and so pervasive and so entrenched that it will require the replacement of the Democratic Party (or at minimum all the main players in it) to expel the rot. For the Republicans, it is mostly just the upper tiers that need to go, IMHO.

  9. cdquarles says:

    She was a staff lawyer during the Watergate committee hearing days. She learned all the “right” lessons, I say, from that. Oh, don’t forget they had “Deep Throat”, a disgruntled high up, feeding them stuff, too.

  10. richard verney says:


    I think Comey was always pro Clinton, and that is why she was let off in the email scandal and also on the obstruction of justice scandal (deleting subpoenaed emails is most definitely obstruction of justice), and why, from the very outset, he played a significant role in crossfire hurricane (the spying on Trump/Russian collusion narrative).

    But Comey was backed into a corner when Clinton’s emails were found on the Weiner laptop, about a month before the election, and the New York division of the FBI would not let that go. Don’t forget that the Comey FBI sat on the Weiner laptop for several weeks, and did not want to look into it, before the election, but it was only when the New York division of the FBI were blowing the whistle that Comey was forced to act. He had no choice, but to reopen matters, but once more shut it down almost immediately, and without diligently vetting and reviewing the full contents of the emails on the Weiner laptop. He chose to wrap it up before the election took place, when in reality that 2nd investigation ought still have been open on election night.

    Comey clearly did his best for Clinton, at all times, and that is perhaps why he has not had an accident.

  11. E.M.Smith says:

    Hmmm interesting point.

    At what point did Comey’s fear of NY outing his crimes exceed his fear of HRC? On that, hung the election…

  12. gallopingcamel says:

    Sidney Powell, author of “Licence to Lie” gave a lecture in the People’s Republic of Chapel Hill on April 29 entitled: “Mueller Report meets the Rule of Law”. It was awesome….she is a rock star.

    I already had a copy of her book but bought another one just to have her signature on it. One of the myths she dispelled was the idea that it is only the upper echelon of the FBI that is crooked. She said that Sean Hannity keeps pushing this idea but it is false.

    When the leadership is corrupt the rank and file will go along to get along. Anyone who tells the truth will be pushed out. You can find several examples of this in her book . Take the Ted Stevens case where FBI agents Mary Jo Kepner (supervisor), Raju Bhatia and Chad Joy all knew that Ted Stevens had been convicted on perjured evidence by Bill Allen and that perjured testimony had been suborned by the prosecutors.

    Two of these investigators still have jobs at the FBI but Chad Joy (the whistle blower) is no longer there.

  13. gallopingcamel says:

    As an afterthought to the above post, I think this explains why we hear so much about whistle blowers from the FBI with information about the conspiracy against Donald Trump yet none of them has the guts to testify in public. What a bunch of crooks!

    After seeing “Three Monkeys” Christopher Wray testifying before congress today I am convinced that the FBI should be defunded and their investigative duties handed over to the US Marshals Service.

  14. Another Ian says:

    “FBI’s Steele story falls apart: False intel and media contacts were flagged before FISA”


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