Douglas Horton said: “Desperation is like stealing from the Mafia: you stand a good chance of attracting the wrong attention.”
There is a certain sixth sense that allows people to detect what someone is really up to when they act in a desperate manner. This sense is innate in some people and cultivated in others; but generally speaking, human beings can detect desperation from a mile away. We see it every day. The real skill comes in figuring out the reason in the madness. Desperation emerges out of one place: fear. Fear triggers us to reach too far; to overcompensate. Unfortunately, that overcompensation always seems to attract unwanted attention.
Amid “Scandalpalooza 2013” (as I am now calling it), new evidence keeps pouring in. Every day, another piece of the puzzle falls into place regarding the Benghazi attack, the IRS’ targeting of Conservatives, or the seizure of journalists’ private information. And with every bit of data we recover, the closer we get to finding out if the President was directly involved in these incidents. Of course, we know he was–basic powers of deduction being what they are–but we still lack much hard evidence. The Democrats are cunning in the highest degree, and they will do everything they can to keep the President out of the criminal loop.
In an email sent out by the DNC, Republicans are blamed for actively inventing the scandals that have been plaguing POTUS. The following is a portion of the email:
“Friend: Getting in President Obama’s way has been the top priority for Republicans in Congress since day one. But now they’ve gone too far. They’ve been caught red-handed making up so-called ‘scandals’ out of thin air to stir up false rumors of vast ‘cover-ups’ happening in the White House. Did they find a single shred of evidence to back up their outrageous claims? No. But rather than let the truth stand in their way, Republicans actually doctored emails between administration officials about Benghazi. Then, they released them to the press, trying to pass them off as real in order to create their scandal. Fortunately, they got caught in the act when the White House released all of the actual emails.“
Along with David Axelrod blaming Republicans for the recent bridge collapse, this email reeks of desperation. According to Town Hall: “As a reminder, the Washington Post fact checker gave White House Communications Director Dan Pfieffer three Pinochios for making these very claims on the Sunday shows last weekend.”
This desperate email is yet another attempted distraction. Now, with Attorney General Eric Holder being directly linked to the secret invasive investigation of Fox News journalist James Rosen, the smell of desperation is getting stronger.
All of this means one thing: we are getting closer to the truth. The more wild and ridiculous the distraction, the bigger the secret. Every day, we are one step closer to the truth. I think that once the truth is uncovered, and the secret is revealed, everything is going to change.
If Obama is directly linked in ink to these outrageous breaches of ethical bounds, he may well be impeached. We will know we are close to the truth when the DNC starts blaming the scandals on George W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, or—if they need to—Abraham Lincoln.