the jews want the global ZOG run by NATO to trump trump, if possible with dismissal and impeachment

Trumped-up claims against Trump
Ray McGovern,, May 17 2017

The Faschingstein establishment rejoiced last week over what seemed to be a windfall “gotcha” moment, as President Donald Trump said he had fired James Comey over “this Russia thing, with Trump and Russia.” The president labeled it a “made-up story” and, by all appearances, he is mostly correct. A few days before his firing, Mr Comey reportedly had asked for still more resources to hunt the Russian bear. Pundit piranhas swarmed to charge Mr Trump with trying to thwart the investigation into how the Russians supposedly “interfered” to help him win the election. But can that commentary bear close scrutiny, or is it the “phony narrative” Senate Republican Whip John Cornyn of Texas claims it to be? Mr Cornyn has quipped:

If impeding the investigation was Mr Trump’s aim, this strikes me as a lousy way to do it. All it does is heighten the attention given to the issue.

The truth is that Trump had ample reason to be fed up with Comey, in part for his lack of enthusiasm to investigate actual provable crimes related to “Russia-gate,” like leaking information from highly-sensitive intercepted communications to precipitate the demise of Trump aide Michael Flynn, who was caught “red-handed,” so to speak, talking with Russia’s ambassador last December. In our experience, finding the culprit for that leak should not be very difficult. We suspect Comey already knows who was responsible. In contrast, Comey evinced strong determination to chase after ties between Russia and the Trump campaign until the cows came home. In the meantime, the investigation (already underway for 10 months) would itself cast doubt on the legitimacy of Trump’s presidency and put the kibosh (sic) on plans to forge a more workable relationship with Russia, a win-win for the establishment and the FBI/CIA/NSA “Deep State” and a lose-lose for the president. So far, it has been all smoke and mirrors, with no chargeable offenses and not a scintilla of convincing evidence of Russian “meddling” in the election. The oft-cited but evidence-free CIA/FBI/NSA report of Jan 6, crafted by “hand-picked” analysts, according to then-DNI Clapper, is of a piece with the “high-confidence” but fraudulent, NIE 15 years ago about WMDs in Iraq.

But what about “Russia hacking,” the centerpiece of accusations of Kremlin “interference” to help Trump? On Mar 31 2017, WikiLeaks released original CIA documents ignored by mainstream media showing that the agency had created a program allowing it to break into computers and servers and make it look like others did it, by leaving telltale signs like Cyrillic markings for example. The capabilities shown in what WikiLeaks calls the “Vault 7” trove of CIA documents required the creation of hundreds of millions of lines of source code. At $25 per line of code, that amounts to about $2.5b for each 100 million code lines. But the Deep State has that kind of money and would probably consider the expenditure a good return on investment for “proving” that the Russians did the hack. It is altogether possible that the hack attributed to Russia was actually one of several “active measures” undertaken by a cabal consisting of the CIA, FBI, NSA and ODNI, the same agencies responsible for the lame evidence-free memorandum of Jan 6. Comey displayed considerable discomfort in explaining to the House Intelligence Committee on Mar 20 why the FBI did not insist on getting physical access to the DNC computers in order to do its own proper forensics, but chose to rely on the those done by the contractor, Crowdstrike (which happens to be run by a Senior Fellow of the Atlantic Council, Dmitri Alperovitch – RB). Could this be explained by Comey’s fear that FBI technicians not fully briefed on CIA/NSA/FBI Deep State programs might uncover a lot more than he wanted? Did this play a role in Trump’s firing of Comey?

President Trump has entered into a high-stakes gamble in confronting the Deep State and its media allies over the evidence-free accusations of his colluding with Russia. Charles Schumer publicly warned him of the risk earlier this year. Schumer told Rachel Maddow on Jan 3:

You take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you.

If Trump continues to “take on” the Deep State, he will be fighting uphill, whether he’s in the right or not. It is far from certain he will prevail.


  1. Posted May 27, 2017 at 10:39 am | Permalink

    If this is the case then let’s give President Trump all the help we can. I do not know what we can do but even if we promptly continue to give our opinions of support day and night to our President then so be it. It is better than having him take his licks alone.

  2. niqnaq
    Posted May 27, 2017 at 10:41 am | Permalink

    On this, at least 😉

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