Friday, October 21, 2005

Judgment day may be near for the Bush League

"When it rains, it pours."

Conspiracy-minded individuals are reporting special federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald, who has been investigating the (treasonous?) leak of the name of a CIA agent in 2003, is about to drop a bombshell which will shake the nation when he releases 22 indictments against members of the Bush administration’s Iraq group, including President George Walker Bush himself.

The grand jury (or juries?) assembled by Fitzgerald are set to expire next Friday, October 28. Expect all of the Pentagon’s weapons of mass distraction to fire in succession as the deadline draws near. It’s certain there is a lot going on behind the scenes. Watch for some of that action to leak into the limelight, but beware of rampant mass media misdirection.

Fitzgerald himself today (Friday, October 21, 2005) launched a website which includes several documents related to the investigation:


  • Was this move intended to raise his profile before the axe falls, to place part of the historical record into the public domain before the talking heads crank up the spin cycle?

    In any case, I think it is safe to say something wicked this way comes.


    Monday, October 24, 2005

    The spin cycle went into full swing over the weekend and picked up with even more intensity on Monday. Finally Patrick Fitzgerald has become a household name. Conservative gatekeepers Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, who hardly dared to utter his name before this time, are scrambling to paint Fitzgerald as a rogue prosecutor who has overstepped his bounds.

    Whatever is coming down the pike from Fitzgerald’s office at the U.S. Justice Dept., it must be big, because the effort to discredit him is on full blast.

    It is certain the media potpourri of Fitzgerald/Plame stories this week will leave many consumers confused as to how the case has actually proceeded. I’ve been following the ins and outs of the case for many months, as have many other soldiers in the war for truth and justice. If the river gets too muddied, I might try and clear it up a bit.

    Until then – let’s wait and see what Fitzy has up his sleeve.


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