Over the last year I have tracked President Trump's tweets and while opinions differ on President Trump's Twitter usage, what is undeniable is that he has often given his followers a heads up regarding information that the mainstream media would be forced to confirm later.... sometimes months later.
One of the biggest examples of this came back in March 2017, when the President tweeted "Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my 'wires tapped' in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!"
The media went nuts mocking him, claiming there was no proof, it never happened. Liberal leaning fact checkers declared his assertion "false," and former FBI director James Comey testified in front of the House intelligence committee, saying "I have no information that supports those tweets, and we have looked carefully inside the FBI."
Another prime example from March 2017, was president Trump's deliberate references to The Clintons and the Uranium One deal which allowed the sale of U.S. uranium to Russia, where he stated in a series of tweets "Why isn't the House Intelligence Committee looking into the Bill & Hillary deal that allowed big Uranium to go to Russia, Russian speech...." and "...money to Bill, the Hillary Russian "reset," praise of Russia by Hillary, or Podesta Russian Company. Trump Russia story is a hoax. #MAGA!"
Jump forward to October 2017 where The Hill published a blockbuster report about the Uranium One deal, providing detailed information that was not only hidden from the general public, but to which the Obama administration prevented Congress from obtaining. Exposed in that report was how "Russian nuclear officials had routed millions of dollars to the U.S. designed to benefit former President Bill Clinton’s charitable foundation during the time Secretary of State Hillary Clinton served on a government body that provided a favorable decision to Moscow."
Congressional committees started questioning intelligence officials, a gag order forced on an FBI informant by the Obama administration preventing him from testifying in front of Congress had been lifted, and now DOJ prosecutors have been tasked with reexamining the FBI evidence in regards to the Uranium One deal.
While we could list a number of other examples, the point here is that President Trump has consistently given his supporters hints at what would be coming in between his trolling the media tweets which sends them off chasing their tails on other issues.
PRESIDENT TRUMP GIVES HEADS UP FOR 2018
On January 2, 2017, the President sent a message to the "Deep State Justice Department," which also gives a heads up to those of us that have been observing his hints, for lack of a better word, to his supporters about what is coming. He stated "Crooked Hillary Clinton’s top aid, Huma Abedin, has been accused of disregarding basic security protocols. She put Classified Passwords into the hands of foreign agents. Remember sailors pictures on submarine? Jail! Deep State Justice Dept must finally act? Also on Comey & others."
His reference is to newly revealed information about Huma Abedin, former vice chair of Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign for President, who has spent most of her career working for Hillary Clinton, as traveling chief of staff and former assistant for Clinton, then as deputy chief of staff to Clinton, who was U.S. Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013.
After a federal lawsuit was filed by Judicial Watch the State Department was forced to release about 2,800 documents obtained by the FBI, found on Abedin's husband's computer after he was caught sending sexually explicit images and messages to a minor. While five of the messages were deemed classified, another disturbing revelation was that Abedin "forwarded sensitive State Department emails, including passwords to government systems, to her personal Yahoo email account before every single Yahoo account was hacked," as reported by The Daily Caller.
The reference in the president's tweet to the sailors pictures on submarine stems from a former Navy sailor, Kristian Saucier, who was sentenced to year in prison for "unauthorized retention of national defense information," for taking pictures on his cell phone from inside a submarine he was working on.
At the time people were already using the fact that Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton were treated as if they were above the law when comparing the two cases.
“When you look at how many years ago this occurred, coupled with his military service, and other individuals such as Hillary Clinton and [Clinton aide] Huma Abedin, who clearly mishandled classified information, it’s unfair,” said Greg Rinkey, one of the attorneys who represented Saucier. “It smacks of two types of justice systems in the United States.”
Abedin was a Clinton adviser whose estranged husband and former congressman Anthony Weiner was found to have some of the former secretary of state’s emails on his computer when it was seized by federal investigators in connection to another case.
The reference to Comey in the aforementioned tweet is clear, as the former FBI director changed his initial determination that Clinton was "grossly negligent" to using the term "extremely careless," because one allowed him to let Clinton go without charges while the other was statutory language that would have implicated Clinton in a federal crime.
Comey was also responsible for not charging Abedin with any crime, despite the fact that classified information ended up on her husband's laptop.
Since January the Office of Inspector General has been doing a detailed investigation into how the FBI and the DOJ conducted themselves in regards to the Hillary Clinton email/private server investigation, to which a number of bombshells from the OIG review have already rocked the FBI and the DOJ.
Those revelation include the anti-Trump/Pro-Clinton text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page talking about "paths" and an "insurance policy" in the event that Donald Trump won the presidential election. Strzok is also believed to be one of the people that changed the wording of Comey's original draft, changing "grossly negligent" to "extremely careless."
All that before the OIG report has been released, although the Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz has promised Congress a preliminary report, along with over a million documents compiled during his year long investigation, around mid-January.
The OIG does not prosecute, nor charge people with crimes, which brings us back to the president's tweet, which tells us that he fully expects the DOJ, even the "deep state" members that have not been weeded out yet, to act against the Clinton campaign (specifically Huma Abedin) and in regards to the improprieties conducted by James Comey in relation to how the investigation, and the outcome, was handled by the FBI while Comey was still director.
Another little hint the president offered as to what is on the horizon is from a December 26 2017 message stating "WOW, @foxandfrlends “Dossier is bogus. Clinton Campaign, DNC funded Dossier. FBI CANNOT (after all of this time) VERIFY CLAIMS IN DOSSIER OF RUSSIA/TRUMP COLLUSION. FBI TAINTED.” And they used this Crooked Hillary pile of garbage as the basis for going after the Trump Campaign!"
Understanding that the reference to the "crooked Hillary pile of garbage" being used as the basis, meaning used to obtain the FISA warrants to spy on members of the Trump campaign, would completely taint the majority if not all of Robert Mueller's investigation, as "fruit of the poisonous tree," deep state members still within the U.S. intelligence agencies made a beeline to one of their propaganda outlets, the NYT, to spin a tale of a drunk conversation having kicked off the whole Russia investigation, rather than the dossier.
"I'm not sure the Papadopoulos explanation is really any better. In fact, it's probably thinner than even the dossier. Just some guy at a bar drinking?" the Florida Republican said on "America's Newsroom."
DeSantis said he asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein under oath about what triggered the investigation and recalled that Rosenstein "hemmed and hawed" but did not give a direct answer.
"Yet there are some people either at the FBI or DOJ who have no problem leaking that to the New York Times. That strikes me as an attempt by some people in the agency to deflect from the dossier," he argued.
He said many "simple" questions from House committees remain unanswered by the Justice Department, including when the government obtained the dossier, whether it was paid for and how they used it.
"I think if the answers were innocuous, we would have gotten them a long time ago," he said.
While President Trump's Twitter habits makes the media crazy (Bonus!), I have observed over the past year a number of instances where he has offered his supporters a major heads up over what is coming, what he is working towards, always mocked and called "false" by the liberal MSM, until months later when they are forced to eat a little crow by reporting on issues Trump highlighted months before.
We expect the dossier and the part it played in almost everything we see playing out in regards to Mueller investigation, to be a huge explosive story in 2018, as well as the DOJ taking another long, in-depth look at the Clinton campaign emails (Huma's and the private server ones), as well as James Comey being in the crosshairs after the OIG preliminary report on or around January 15, 2018.
The big one for me how President Trump highlighted Huma Abedin, she is by far the closest to Hillary Clinton, was the go-to for Clinton and those that wanted access to Clinton, and the one person in Clinton's life that most likely knows most of her dirty little secrets.