So, here’s where we are.
The previous administration almost definitely engaged in criminal (or at least improper) espionage on a political opponent and as-yet unnamed individuals leaked that information to the press.
We are certain that Obama expanded the ways in which this information can be shared right as he left office – a move that is far too convenient to believe is a coincidence.
Ultimately, we have to face a grim reality we have often imagined but could never verify: Our political opponents have been knowingly, blatantly, repeatedly breaking the law from the highest levels of authority.
Susan Rice isn’t where this ends. She is where it begins.
The Trump Administration is left with a daunting task. Should they choose to legally pursue this they will have to follow the evidence which, I’m fairly certain, will demand they prosecute essentially the entire leadership of the Democrat Party along with countless abettors in the media and deep state government.
This goes all the way up. And down. And all around. It is going to get ugly. Very, very ugly. Maybe uglier than they are willing to accept. Maybe so ugly the Republic can’t survive it.
Draining the swamp is going to be a lot more destructive than it may have seemed before. Now that we know how broad and deep this corruption and abuse goes, we should be even more adamant that it happen. But I acknowledge it will take great courage to go down that road. I hope Trump and his cabinet are up to the challenge.