Why is Michael Flynn running? Just click on the link below for a glimpse into the very near future, courtesy of an imaginative videographer.
Remember “Peter Pan?” – how Captain Hook was pursued by a crocodile, with a taste for pirate meat?
The crocodile had swallowed an alarm clock that emitted a familiar “tick-tock” – which gave Captain Hook a severe case of agità.
The man with orange hair can surely hear “tick-tock” every time another piece of evidence surfaces.
After that sickening evening in early November of 2016, I have been saying it would take 18 months before this man would self-destruct. He can’t last.
It takes time for the vestiges of justice of act, but the pieces are coming together.
Now the NYT is reporting that sly old Wilbur Ross has a few dollars invested in Russian interests. Or, as Trump would ask, what Russians?
Also, it is reported that special counsel Robert Mueller has enough evidence to indict former Trump hatchet man Michael Flynn.
In the background, you can hear the warbling of birds singing for their freedom.
If the office temp in the White House acts against Mueller, even the Republicans will be forced to respond.
It takes time.
In the meantime, please enjoy the video above, sent by a friend.
Instead of the crocodile, it stars the FBI.
(Just click the link. Well worth it.)
The faces will be familiar.
“They may hate the cultural context they now find themselves teaching in, but they love their work. The Achilles’ heel of schoolteachers, one all too easily exploited by politicians, is that they love their students.”
(One of the best reads in the NYT these days is Margaret Renkl, in Nashville. In her latest post, Renkl describes the dedicated core of “born teachers” – the majority, she submits.)
(From Madeleine Albright in one of her final interviews in February):
“Putin is small and pale,” I wrote, “so cold as to be almost reptilian.” He claimed to understand why the Berlin Wall had to fall but had not expected the whole Soviet Union to collapse. “Putin is embarrassed by what happened to his country and determined to restore its greatness.” – Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, recalling her first meeting with the relatively unknown Vladimir Putin in 2000. – The New York Times, Feb. 23, 2022.