The Conspiracy Guy #17: The House Intelligence Hearings on Russian involvement in the 2016 election are a complete and total farce. When you break down the three elements of the alleged events, they are (1) claims the Russian affected the actual vote; (2) claims the Russians hacked the DNC; and (3) claims a “dossier” proves Trump was compromised and the Russians had proof. Director Comey and NSA Admiral Rogers denied (1) immediately. We know that (3) was “fan fiction” by a 4 Chan chat board member, which Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe told Reince Priebus on 15 February were “bullshit”, which was confirmed by former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper in a call to President Trump. That leaves (2), but we know the chain of custody of the DNC’s emails went from Seth Rich, their IT guy, who was disillusioned by the sabotaging of Bernie Sanders campaign, to Craig Murray, a friend of Julian Assange. to Julian for publication. Both have affirmed the know the identity of the leader and he was not Russian. The DNC, embarrassed by the revelations, needed a cover story, which led them to make up the “Russian hacking meme”. Proof it was contrived–a work of complete fiction–follows from the DNC’s refusal to allow the FBI access to the servers the were allegedly hacked, which would have provided no evidence, because they were not hacked. More information is coming about that substantiates Trump’s claim to have been spied upon by Obama–and it is not going to make those who have been promoting the phony “Russian hacking” theory look good.
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With the spotlight shining bright—and not in a good way—on President Donald Trump and the missteps of his embattled administration, the misdeeds and shortfalls President Barack Obama and his administration seem to have been put in the ash can of history, as though they have nothing to do with the severity of domestic and foreign policies Trump espouses and is seeking to enact.
Today we explore the question: In what ways did Obama and his administration trigger the backlash we see now in Trump and the rise of his so-called “populist” agenda?
We continue tracking developments in major news stories we’ve been discussing, and we return to our open-forum question on whether a burgeoning opposition movement that emerged during the 2016 presidential election and sparked hope of independent politics has succumbed to the old Democrats-vs-Republicans political paradigm.
On the Ides of March, Gary Null has a show for you that YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS! Gary opens up the show with the latest in health and healing covering all different topics such as depression Chinese herbs and much more. In the second half of the program Mr Null talks about the Nations dislike for Donald Trump, the protests that have taken place over it and what exactly it means. To wrap up the program Gary plays an audio clip on The Left is No Longer Liberal.
The election of President Donald Trump has left fear in the minds of many, causing millennials to flock to their “safe spaces” as universities blame the President for their rising suicide rates. Meanwhile, propaganda against Russia continues to grow and war in the Middle East continues to escalate.
The Conspiracy Guy #15: The Wikileaks release of documents about the capacities and practices of the CIA in infiltrating networks and spying on Americans, including the ability to falsify the sources of hacks (as having been done by Russians, for example), renders the CIA’s claims that Russia hacked the DNC files an enormous joke! The unrelenting attacks upon President Trump for being “out of touch with reality” is contradicted by the revelation of a dozen instances of CIA spying on foreign leaders and American journalists, which puts the lie to the protestation by an Obama spokesman that Obama never conducted surveillance on an US citizen. The law, moreover, grants the power to initiate electronic surveillance without a court order by going through the Attorney General. It thus appears that Loretta Lynch was the party who, at the President’s direction, allows the surveillance to be conducted on Donald J. Trump during the campaign and prior to election. Mark Levin has documented (from public sources) the history of the campaign against Trump, which now appears to be part-and-parcel of an effort to overthrow the government of the United States by means of a “soft coup”. Whether or not it succeeds may well depend upon the speed and extent to which the new president is able to “drain the swamp” before he he overwhelmed by a completely unscrupulous media campaign, which confirms what William Colby, then its Director, explained to Congress, namely: that the agency owns everyone of significant in the mainstream media.
We continue yesterday’s discussion on President Trump’s claim that President Obama ordered the wiretapping of Trump’s campaign headquarters during the 2016 presidential campaign. Of particular interest are the legal questions Trump’s unprecedented actions raise.
He’s been in office just six weeks, but Donald Trump has already worn out his welcome. His abrasive nature, unrelenting narcissism and tendency to play fast and loose with the facts are just a few of the reasons he’s polling as the least popular U.S. president this early in his term of office.
It wasn’t supposed to get this bad this early for Donald Trump, but at just 41 days old his presidency is already haggard and worn, covered with deep wounds from battles he’s fighting but not winning, and sinking below a neap tide of opposition from just about every quarter. The boastful, sure-footed Trump is mired in chaos—most of it his own making—and it’s clear it has stalled his momentum and brought him to a new understanding: This is not a reality show.
We take a look at the elements of Trump’s chaos and how it has become a key weapon for the opposition’s multilevel effort to end his tenure as president.