Tag Archives: Donald Trump

Rope-a-Dope, by James Howard Kunstler

The real purpose of the FBI’s raid on Mar-a-Lago was not to find evidence that could be used against Trump, but to neutralize evidence that Trump could have used against the FBI and other parts of the government. From James Howard Kunstler at kunstler.com:

Between vanishing livelihoods, car-jackings gone wild, fears of stroking out or infarcting from their mRNA boosters, threats of nuclear annihilation over Ukraine, and remorseless waves of mindfuckery emanating from the evil machine fronted by “Joe Biden,” is it any wonder that Americans struggle to understand what is happening to our country?

Last week, the “president” blurted out “we beat Big Pharma!” That was a shocker. He didn’t elaborate. Did the White House staff and the Pfizer C-suite meet for a volleyball game at Rehoboth beach? Karine Jean-Pierre didn’t say. Nor did anyone mention the government-purchased 171-million doses of the new bivalent Covid “vaccines” the FDA is rolling out. Do you wonder what the price-per-dose was? Go suck an egg… you’re not allowed to know. The compliant search engines will not tell you. Not even the one that goes quack. That was some “beat,” though, huh? Wait for the news about who actually steps up to take this new, virtually untested shot. Hint: people who live under a rock.

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An Interesting Congruity . . ., by Eric Peters

Donald Trump and Anthony Fauci both have large followings of zealous believers. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:

Donald Trump – and some of those who still follow him – have an interesting thing in common with Dr. Fauci and those who still follow him.

The latter continues to insist that “mask” wearing is sensible rather than farcical. His followers continue to  . . . follow him.

Which is farcical.

The former continues to insist that the “vaccines” have “saved millions of lives” – and his followers continue to  . . . follow him.

Which is inexplicable.

Both seem blinkered by their politics. The Faucists “mask” – and defend “masking” – because they understand that not defending “masking” undermines everything the Faucists – who are Leftists – are seeking to achieve, via “masking.”

Including “vaccinating.”

Trumpers defend their man because he is their man.

In both instances, it is a kind of religious orthodoxy expressed politically that keeps them in “church.” No matter how unsafe and ineffective the “vaccines” have proved to be, the Orange Man is still taking credit for “warp speeding” them into circulation. And his followers – most of whom know the “vaccines” aren’t safe or effective and deeply resent being pressured to take them, continue to follow him.

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The Orange Man is a Dangerous Man, by Eric Peters

The vaccines Donald Trump pushed and continues to tout kill people, maybe more than illegal drugs. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:

Ironic doesn’t quite cover this business of Donald Trump menacing what he styles “drug dealers” with the death penalty, if he is ever in a position to impose it. This from the man who pushes drugs – the so-called “vaccines” – on people in a way that no drug dealer ever has.

The difference between dealing – and pushing – being decisive as regards the question of morality. And thus, the moral legitimacy of punishment.

Why should anyone who merely deals drugs be punished? A dealer offers what people are free to not buy. He does not force anyone to buy his drugs. Nor is anyone punished for not using them.

Contrast the dealer with the pusher.

Government being the ultimate pusher. It was Donald Trump’s government that pushed the drugs styled “vaccines,” all-but-actually-forcing millions of people to take them. Forced all of us (who pay taxes, anyhow) to pay the manufacturers of them, something no one who deals pot or any other arbitrarily illegal drug has ever been in a position to do.

Technically, people weren’t forced to take these drugs styled “vaccines.” They were free to lose their jobs – and along with them, their ability to pay their bills. Some faced loss of career – as in the case of people in the military.

It was Trump who pushed the dangerous drugs styled “vaccines” through the approval process, by all-but-eliminating the requirements previously in place that had to be met prior to obtaining approval. The result of that “warp speeding” has been the fast-tracking of thousands – possibly tens, even hundreds of thousands – into an early grave.

People who take drugs often suffer this fate. But those who took them freely have the cold comfort of knowing they have only themselves to blame. No one is forced to take Fentanyl, for instance. There are no pushers of this drug. There are merely dealers.

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He Fell For it – Let’s Us Not, by Eric Peters

Donald Trump is a smart man, but he fell for the medical con job that is Covid and its vaccines. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:

Orange Man failed in so many ways it is a task to enumerate all of them. But one of them deserves priority.

That one being the fact that he failed to see how he was being set up to take the fall for the fail.

Assuming, of course, he isn’t complicit.

First, weaponized hypochondria was used to end his presidency a year before it formally ended. Fear of the “virus” used to shut down the economy that had been booming for the previous several years – so that Orange Man could no longer take credit for what no longer was. The same fear used to extend what had been Election Day to Election Months – during which time bagfulls of “absentee ballots” were collected and never vetted prior to being counted – by people who could be counted on to count them in just the right way. Orange Man complained about this after the counting – when it no longer mattered – because he no longer had any power to do a thing about it.

He did have the power, before the count. But failed to even try to exercise it – a failing the Left almost ever makes when it has its leprous hands on the levers of power.

He also had the power to not stand right next to that odious gnome that regards itself as The Science – and which insists that to question the gnome is to question the science – almost every day for almost the entire final year of his failed presidency, thereby assuring its failure by enabling the ongoing weaponization of hypochondria that was used to end his presidency.

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The Strangest Thing About ‘Semi-Fascist’ Trump, by Victor Davis Hanson

Both his predecessor and successor are far more fascistic than Trump. From Victor Davis Hanson at amgreatness.com:

Of the last three presidents, Trump was either the most indifferent or the most obstructed when it came to using government agencies for his own partisan political advantages or to neuter his enemies.

For the Left, Donald Trump is synonymous with “fascism” (or “semi-fascism,” as Joe Biden put it the other day). And for Liz Cheney and most of the NeverTrumpers, he remains an existential threat to democracy.

But to quantify those charges, what exactly has Trump done extralegally—as opposed to his bombast and braggadocio about what he might have wished to have done?

And what are the standards by which to judge this supposed menace? Did Trump illegally and with a mere signature nullify over $300 billion of contracted student loans—to firm up his college-student and college-graduate base nine weeks before the midterm elections?

Did Donald Trump weaponize the feared IRS, the logical place to find fascistic tendencies of any president bent on using government to punish his enemies? Did he push through a plan to add 87,000 new IRS investigative agents at a time of national discord?

For the last five years, Trump was rumored to be under investigation by the IRS. Currently, his accountant is facing felony sentencing for advising improper write-offs.

Certainly, from the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop and the remarks of Hunter’s associates like Tony Bobulinksi, the Biden family raked in millions of foreign dollars. Evidence so far suggests Joe Biden was a recipient (as the “Big Guy”) of 10 percent of these quid pro quo payments. At times, Bobulinksi may have sent a strapped and broke Hunter thousands of dollars in cash gifts. Were any of these stealthy transactions taxed? Does the recently heavily Biden-endowed IRS care?

If Trump wished to abuse his power over the IRS, he would have followed the Obama model of weaponizing it during a reelection year to go after his ideological enemies.

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Impressions of Donald Trump, by Edward Curtin

Donald Trump is the embodiment of ephemeral celebrity culture, hated and loved for his image, not his hard-to-pin-down substance. From Edward Curtin at off-guardian.org:

Neurosis to a greater or lesser degree is the norm in western industrialized societies. Drawing on this fact is the key to effective propaganda. It is well known that neurotics always return to the place they are running away from.

It’s a circle game of frustration in which being frustrated is actually the “solution,” because the real problems cannot be faced.  The Donald Trump phenomenon is an example of this on a social level.

Everybody knows that Trump is loved or hated in equal measure.  And everyone knows he dominates the minds of those who love or hate him, just as the media endlessly focuses on him in a way that only very obtuse people would fail to analyze.

The media made Trump and he is their gold mine and the key to the effective propaganda they run for their masters in high finance and the intelligence agencies.

Although his image seems big and bold and brazen, it is like an Impressionist painting that, as the art critic John Berger writes in The Eyes of Claude Monet:

…is painted in such a way that you are compelled to recognize that it is no longer there …. You cannot enter an Impressionist painting; instead it extracts your memories.  In a sense it is more active than you – the passive viewer is being born; what you receive is taken from what happens between you and it.  No more within it.”

Like Trump, the impression is fugitive, here and gone, vague and precise.  It’s meaning is fleeting.  Mutation and flux and the evanescence of appearances are its essence.  As with Trump, nothing is really clear, although many claim it is.

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President Donald Trump: You had better read this OPEN LETTER before it’s too late. From State of the Nation

The tone may be overwrought, but the message is clear: Trump needs to change his tune on vaccines, which he has long touted but which are clearly neither safe nor effective. From State of the Nation at stateofthenation.co:

The Honorable Donald J. Trump
1100 South Ocean Boulevard,
Palm Beach, Florida 33480

Dear President Trump:

The 2022 midterm election season marks a particularly critical milestone with regard to the 2024 POTUS election cycle.

It has never been so urgent to stand for TRUTH and reject falsehood as you have often demonstrated throughout your stellar political career.

Now, to the crucial point.

By now you are fully aware that ALL the various COVID-19 ‘vaccines’ have been scientifically proven to be extremely dangerous to human health and are often fatal.  The U.S. Federal Government’s own VAERS website documents this fact with alarming detail.  Here’s the most recent high-integrity analysis of the Covid vaccine injuries and deaths taken directly from the official Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.

VAERS Summary for COVID-19 Vaccines through 8/19/2022

*It’s of paramount importance to understand that the shocking statistics presented in the
preceding analysis only represent 1% to 10% of the actual COVID-19 vaccine deaths and
serious injuries because of the verifiable under-reporting by all parties concerned.  

Because of the stark reality portrayed by these reported vaccine deaths and injuries, every rational citizen knows that the Covid shots are anything but “safe and effective”.  In point of fact, these injections are so injurious and deadly that they should never have been administered in the first place, not even during a clinical trial phase.

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Tucker Carlson Outlines Dramatic Timeline of Political Corruption Within the Federal Bureau of Investigation, by Sundance

It may sound like hyperbole but it’s not: the FBI has become the Democrats’ secret police. From Sundance at theconservativetreehouse.com:

What Tucker Carlson outlined on his broadcast tonight is not a surprise to anyone here; however, it is good to see the direct accusations presented to millions of Americans.  The FBI is a corrupt politically motivated institution from top to bottom.  WATCH:

The collapse of institutional credibility has nothing to do with deplorable Americans and everything to do with the FBI’s own conduct.  As noted recently by Senator Chuck Grassley:

“If these allegations are true and accurate, the Justice Department and FBI are – and have been – institutionally corrupted to their very core to the point in which the United States Congress and the American people will have no confidence in the equal application of the law. Attorney General Garland and Director Wray, simply put, based on the allegations that I’ve received from numerous whistleblowers, you have systemic and existential problems within your agencies.” (LINK)

BACKGROUND on FBI –  As we discovered in January of this year, the FBI was fully aware of the terrorist who was planning to shoot the synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, and yet they did nothing.

The FBI knowledge of the shooter, Malik Faisal Akram, who was known as Faisal Akram was confirmed by The Daily Mail. Akram ranted, prior to his travel to the U.S, that he wished he had died in the 9/11 terror attacks. He was a regular visitor to Pakistan, and reportedly a member of the Tablighi Jamaat group set up to ‘purify’ Islam. To say the U.S. intelligence system knew Faisal Akram would be an understatement.

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A Review of the Big Picture and Stakeholder Interests Within FBI Affidavit Justifying Raid on Trump, by Sundance

Sundance at The Conservative Treehouse has done an excellent job of sorting through the Deep State’s war with Donald Trump. From Sundance at theconservativetreehouse.com:

The specific level of GOPe misinformation; a constructed narrative currently advocated by Karl Rove; surrounding the release of the FBI affidavit justifying the raid on President Trump’s home, is very telling.

I’ll have more on that later; suffice to say, it’s clear now the republican wing of the DC UniParty knew the plan all along, and yes, the downstream consequences align with the instructions to the created Trump alternative, Ron DeSantis.  This is all organized.

Review Techno Fog article for the legal perspective on the affidavit [SEE HERE].  From my perspective it becomes important to talk about the bigger picture of what lies behind this entire operation.

First, as to the documents themselves, the general public is clueless about how classified documents exist.  Some even believe classified documents are never copied, which is stunningly false.  All source material is held at the originating agency in its original form.  All versions of documents that are provided to stakeholders in government, including the President are copies.

A well-known example of multiple copies of classified documents -as assembled- is the Daily Presidential Brief.  The president is never given the originating source classified document of anything.   The president, like all other users of classified material, would receive a copy for review. Declassification is done by declassifying the copy and then the declassification directive travels back to the originating agency for them to change the classification status of the original.

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Trump and the Department of Justice, by Andrew P. Napolitano

The raid on Mar-a-Lago reveals that the U.S. has become a lawless state, or more correctly, a state in which prosecutors bent on persecution against an individual can always find a law that’s supposedly been broken. From Andrew P. Napolitano at lewrockwell.com:

Former President Donald Trump will soon be indicted by a federal grand jury.

He is the victim of a federal government that knows no bounds and has assumed powers nowhere granted in the Constitution by the sheer force of its own will. It has created a security state, replete with three lettered acronymic-named agencies — FBI, CIA, DEA, NSA, DIA — that are nowhere recognized in the Constitution, regularly break the written and moral laws, and are themselves far more dangerous to human freedom than the folks they pursue.

How many laws have the feds broken? Ha. No one knows how many criminal laws Congress has enacted. Estimates range from 4,400 to 5,500. How can this be? For starters, members of Congress in both parties rarely if ever read the legislation they enact. House members were given 15 minutes to read the 132-page Patriot Act, which passed overwhelmingly. And much federal law is so convoluted that a simple reading leaves even an experienced lawyer and judge bewildered as to how many different behaviors were made criminal by the statute in question.

Yet, nearly all federal criminal laws — including those now confronting Trump — are wildly unconstitutional. That’s so because the Constitution only authorizes the feds to enact criminal statutes in two areas — criminalizing treason and debasement of the money supply. All remaining criminal laws — those that are intended to protect life, liberty and property, even those intended to protect government assets — were intended by the drafters of the Constitution to be addressed by the states.

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