The goings on in Washington are quite bizarre now. It’s really a bunch of stuff, maybe too much now. It’s giving me a headache, all this stuff.
To begin, Donald Trump is in Saudi Arabia to
try to get a Trump Resort golf course in Saudi Arabia get some “better deals,” or to do who knows what. The Saudis are big sponsors and promoters of extremist Islamic jihad throughout the Middle East and elsewhere, they may have actually provided financing and planning for the 9/11 terrorists (most of whom were Saudis), and the Saudi regime has perhaps the worst human rights record on Earth.
Meanwhile, according to the Hill, first son-in-law Jared Kushner “personally called the CEO of Lockheed Martin during a meeting with a Saudi delegation earlier this month to ask her to cut the price of a missile defense system.”
Now, it’s bad enough that this shady Kushner person is meddling in government affairs so extensively after doing such a horrible job in the private sector. Kushner and Ivanka apparently have many conflicts of interest as well. But what is this concern he has for the Saudis at the expense of an American business? What does the “America First” promoting Donald Trump think about Jared Kushner’s asking an American company to cut its price in sales for a brutal anti-human rights foreign interest?
Next. It looks like former
FIB FBI director James Comey might be in deep doo-doo. First he has one of his FBI underlings feed the New York Times an alleged memo, or just parts of it, over the phone. The Times reporter does his whole piece, merely repeating what the FBI flunky told him, without first actually seeing the non-classified memo, and just taking the FBI flunky’s word for it.
Yes, that is what news reporters are supposed to do: just repeat word for word what government bureaucrats tell them, don’t challenge or require documentation or evidence, etc. Forget the who, what, when, where, why, and how. I think the days of Frank Reynolds demanding confirmation of a story are over. It’s all government toadies and lapdogs pervading the news media now, unfortunately.
In the memo, allegedly, Trump says to Comey privately in a February 14th meeting that he, Trump, “hopes” that Comey can let it go, referring to FBI’s investigating of former national security (sic) advisor Mike Flynn. Trump wasn’t ordering or coercing Comey to stop an investigation, but merely said he “hoped” that Comey would “let this go.”
So, there’s no “obstruction of justice” here.
But the biased New York Times reporter began the article in the first paragraph, “President Trump asked the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, to shut down the federal investigation into Mr. Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn, in an Oval Office meeting in February, according to a memo Mr. Comey wrote shortly after the meeting.”
“Asked the FBI director” “to shut down”? That’s the same as “I hope you can let this go”? (Well, what can we expect from New York Times “reporters”?)
So the mainstream media, the anti-Trump politicians and the Washington beltway crowd are running with “Asked to shut down,” and not, “I hope you can let this go.” (OMG, I can’t believe I’m defending Donald Trump. I might have to take a shower after writing this, as KellyAnne Conway might say.)
Anyway, Comey stated in testimony — that’s being repeated over and over on talk radio, but not on the mainstream media or the cable shows — that in his experience no one has had him stop an investigation. And the acting FBI director has testified that the Flynn investigation has not been interrupted.
So James Comey has to explain which is truthful, that Trump asked him to stop an investigation, or that in his experience such a thing has never happened.
So now many people are calling for Trump to be impeached. One reason is because they really believe he “stole” the election, even though the biggest contributors to his winning were his campaigning in important big states that Hillary arrogantly refused to campaign in, combined with Hillary’s insulting remarks about “deplorables.”
Nevertheless, even though both James Comey and NSA director Mike Rogers testified that there was no evidence to show that any voting machines were “hacked” or that any votes were changed or manipulated in any way, and even though former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told Chuck Todd that to his knowledge no evidence exists which shows that there was any collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians, the ignoramus Secretary of State
Rex Harrison Rex Tillerson still thinks that such Russian meddling in the U.S. election is “well documented,” because he is just as bamboozled as the American people by the mainstream media’s repeated propaganda of such non-existent “meddling.”
And now, with the appointment of a special counsel, former FBI director Robert Mueller, Justin Raimondo believes that we have something akin to the “Moscow trials,” and it looks like a regime change op here in the U.S. that the national security state usually does in other countries. (He doesn’t mention a previous major U.S. regime change op, the JFK assassination, however.)
Besides the FBI supposedly leaking an alleged memo (which may or may not exist) to the New York Times, Roger Stone claims that the ex-Goldman Sachs hack Jared Kushner is allegedly leaking information to MSNBC. I think there are many leakers coming from the White House, such as possibly Mike Pence and
Rancid Reince Priebus, but that’s just my guess on that, I’m not accusing them, just guessing.
But according to Robert Wenzel, who links to “Gotnews.com,” national security advisor H.R. McMaster has been using Trump advisor Dina Powell to also leak to the New York Times, leaking negative info that goes against Trump. So there is further reason to believe that Donald Trump has several hostile forces inside the White House who want to get him out of there.
Hmm, I wonder if the “H.R.” is deliberately referring to H.R. Halderman and John Ehrlichman of Watergate fame. Paul Craig Roberts recently asserted that it was the bloodthirsty national security state that forced Richard Nixon from the Presidency because of his foreign policy successes with China and Russia. And also, I hadn’t heard that Nixon wanted to pull out of Vietnam, that’s a new one.
If Roberts is correct, does that mean that the whole 1972 DNC headquarters break-in and Nixon cover-up was all planned by the schemers, that may actually have included Halderman and Erlichman, G. Gordon Liddy and E. Howard Hunt, and all the others, just to get Nixon out of there on behalf of the national security state? (I guess giving him the JFK treatment might have been a little too obvious, I don’t know.)
Finally, besides believing incorrectly that Trump “stole” the election and therefore should be impeached, the brainwashed mainstream media and their zombie viewers, listeners and readers want Trump impeached even more so because he said nasty things during the campaign. I think that’s the real reason.
They don’t want him impeached because he’s a warmonger, a war criminal with drones that are killing innocents (because most of the people agree with the warmongering and bombing and murdering the “terrorists” sans due process). And they don’t want him impeached because he’s a shady shyster like Obama, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Reagan, etc. These people are more concerned with words.
So Trump is a “racist,” and a “sexist,” because he said nasty things, about Muslims and Mexicans, and Rosie O’Donnell and Megan Kelly. The impeachment-promoters don’t know that Trump is for affirmative action, gay marriage, and transgender bathroom intrusions, as well as universal health care and all the rest of the leftist crap that’s ruining America. So he agrees with them on many issues. No, it’s all about saying nasty words.
The impeachment-promoters of the mainstream media, academia, and the Left (sorry for the redundancy) are aligned with the college snowflakes who can’t stand to hear different points of view, and who are “triggered” by the most innocent of words now, in large part thanks to being brainwashed by the government schools and especially from the post-9/11 fear-mongering by the national security state.