Deep State Stalwart About To Escape Perjury to Congress

The is a statute of limitations on lying to Congress and James Clapper, former National Intelligence Director is about to get clean away with it. The question before Congress was whether or not the NSA collected any intelligence upon Americans. Look at his answer and see if you hear the lie.

As Written and Reported By Thomas Lifson for the American Thinker:

Deep State stalwart James Clapper provably lied to Congress on a matter of substantive importance, yet he was never charged with perjury.  In less than two months, the statute of limitations will excuse him from any criminal liability if he is not charged with lying to Congress.  Jonathan Turley, a liberal law professor who is honest, explains the outrageous process by which a “made man” (his term) escapes prosecution for crimes that less connected others would be imprisoned for committing.

Former National Intelligence [d]irector James Clapper is about celebrate one of the most important anniversaries of his life.  March 13[] will be the fifth anniversary of his commission of open perjury before the Senate Intelligence Committee.  More importantly, it also happens to be when the statute of limitations runs out – closing any possibility of prosecution for Clapper.  As the clock runs out on the Clapper prosecution, Democrats like Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) have charged that Homeland Security [s]ecretary Kirstjen Nielsen committed perjury when she insisted that she could not recall if President Donald Trump called Haiti and African countries a vulgar term.  The fact is that perjury is not simply tolerated, [but] rewarded[] in Washington.  In a city of made men and women, nothing says loyalty quite as much as lying under oath.

Even in a city with a notoriously fluid notion of truth, Clapper’s false testimony was a standout.  Clapper appeared before the Senate to discuss surveillance programs in the midst of a controversy over warrantless surveillance of the American public.  He was asked directly, “Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions,…..


James Clapper will skate on his perjury to Congress if not charged by March 13

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