From Just Security
, a look at current machinations by the Trump campaign apparatus (in which I include the Trumpists in Congress and Attorney General Barr's Department of Justice), and at facts and evidence pertaining to the Obamagate story. There is some reasonable sketching out of the probable Trumpist game plan.
I'll concede that facts and evidence aren't relevant to the fable told by Trumpists about the treasonous actions of Obama and his Deep State cronies. The fable and the OP are similar in that they're both impervious to facts and evidence. Still, for the rest of us it's perhaps worthwhile to be aware of them.
The Trump campaign apparatus will be attempting an all out smear initiative, flinging as many concocted accusations and investigations at the Obama administration and Biden as they can in the final months of the presidential campaign. The Durham report should be very entertaining, but they might hold that back for a while if they think it's going to have a real impact.
Meanwhile, subpoenas have been issued, and the Republicans will hold hearings on all the dastardly deeds of the infamous Barack Hussein Obama & Co.
'The Life and Adventures of Ron Johnson: His Journey Through “Multiple Untruths” to the Fable of Obamagate'
The summer hearings seem barely disguised as preparation for an October Surprise. Barr has emerged from the shadows just as the previously moribund Senate committees suddenly have stirred to life as “Obamagate” star chambers. In a symbiotic relationship, the Senate operations will orchestrate propaganda for Fox News and the Wurlitzer of right-wing media in an overture to Durham’s report and possible indictments that may be sprung during the climax of the presidential campaign. “I’m going to do this through October,” Graham tellingly said in a June 5 interview on Fox News. At his hearing authorizing subpoenas, he filled the air with threatening cries. “Comey and McCabe and that whole crowd — their day is coming,” he said. He felt compelled to demean Robert Mueller and the Mueller Report as “off script.” The lengthy list of names he brandished “need to be fired, they need to be disciplined”—though none are in any current government position from which they could be “fired” or “disciplined”—or, Graham threatened, “they are good candidates to go to jail.” Another Republican member of the committee, Senator Chuck Grassley, of Iowa, appearing to have a flashback, railed about Hillary Clinton. “What did Hillary Clinton know about the dossier and when did she know it?” he chimed in. But Hillary Clinton is not on the subpoena list, at least for now.
Fair warning, it's a rather long read.