Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the US


#3084

Yes of course I do. Two things can be true at the same time.

  1. Jared etc lost him the election and should not have been hired.
  2. Biden is a dangerous, dementia suffering swamp creature and should not be President.

#3085

#3086

August

Dan Scavino speech to the RNC


#3087

“I just want to congratulate…”


#3088

President Trump on Wednesday fully pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, bringing to end a tumultuous four-year criminal case that felled the three-star general before prosecutors reversed course and declared they had improperly pursued his prosecution.

Flynn, a retired Army lieutenant general, had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about talking with a Russian diplomat during the 2016 Trump administration transition period.

Attorney General William Barr earlier this year asked a federal court in Washington, D.C., to allow the Justice Department to drop the case. However, the matter has since been tied up in legal proceedings.

Trump informed the general and his lawyer Sidney Powell of the decision Wednesday afternoon, ahead of the Thanksgiving Day. Flynn was elated by the news and the two men talked “like they had never missed a day since the campaign or early White House days,” an eyewitness told Just the News.

Suppose no gag order now either.

What “the Resistance” really fears more than anything is General Michael Flynn’s mouth. He’s been under a judicial gag order since his case went before Judge Emmet Sullivan’s federal district court. Understandably, Gen. Flynn wasn’t eager to complicate his unjust plight with a contempt citation. Judge Sullivan’s recent shenanigans have one object: to keep that gag order in force as long as possible. The moment Judge Sullivan confirms the DOJ’s move to dismiss the charges, as he is duty-bound to do, General Flynn will be free to offer his views to the public. That might be inconvenient in an election season.

I’m sure he has a lot to say. Gen. Flynn was head of the Defense Intelligence Agency for two years (2012 – 2014) under Barack Obama, and he knows a ton about every crooked operation Mr. Obama presided over, including the Benghazi fiasco, the Ukraine regime change op, and especially Mr. Obama’s hijacking of the NSA supercomputer surveillance database known as “the Hammer,” which was set up originally to track terrorists and then used by DNI James Clapper and CIA chief John Brennan to spy on Americans, most particularly Mr. Obama’s political adversaries. It’s rumored that Mr. Obama took the database with him when he left the White House, and it is said to contain great gouts of usefully damning information about just about everyone in government, including senators, congressmen, and Supreme Court justices.

Gen. Flynn became an antagonist to Obama & Co. when he objected to the nuclear deal they were cooking up with Iran and when he spoke out against the CIA’s 2013 Timber Sycamore op to arm and give money to Isis terrorists opposing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Mr. Obama canned Gen. Flynn in 2014. What really sealed Gen. Flynn’s fate was when he started publicly complaining about the politicization of John Brennan’s CIA. The New York Times quoted him saying, “They’ve lost sight of who they actually work for. They work for the American people. They don’t work for the president of the United States. Frankly, it’s become a very political organization.”

And a few months later, he jumped on Donald Trump’s campaign bandwagon. When he led the cheer “Lock her up” at the Republican convention, you can imagine how that gave the heebie-jeebies to a whole lot of other Deep State denizens besides She-Whose-Turn-Was-Foiled. And then, Lord have mercy, he was appointed to sit at Mr. Trump’s very elbow in the West Wing as National Security Advisor! Well, you can imagine the tremors that provoked. Gen. Flynn had declared his intention to completely reorganize, partially dismantle, and audit the intel community monster that had spread like a slime mold through the government. Mr. Brennan especially feared the audit part of the deal, since his agency regarded the billions of dollars that flowed in and out of it as just another one of its sacred secrets. Flynn had to be stopped…

https://america-wake-up.com/2020/05/30/8441/


#3089

Nov 18th

The new Pentagon head has brought with him more changes.

Ezra Cohen-Watnick invokes JFK’s “foresight”.

If I understand this correctly, this moves Special Operations into civilian/military control out of CIA hands.

A flavour of some of the video comments:

Basically this is what JFK was trying to do , the. Then CIA took him out .

As I said in a reply to another comment, The last President to stand up to the corrupt CIA was JFK and he lost his life for it. Trump is the bravest man I’ve ever seen, and I pray with all my heart he is successful. CIA/Corrupt Higher-Up Democrats 100% rigged this election. I would imagine CCP being involved in some way as well. Thank you, Mr. President, for trying to save our country from this darkness.

No more hiding in the shadows and Abusing S.A.D. operators with out oversight from Actual J.S.O.C. with civilian based individuals to avoid secretive methods and we can avoid operations like Las Vegas and unfortunately back with JFK they did not have the same patriots as they do today.

Idk man, I don’t know if I can trust these people after U.S.S. Liberty

Trump, keeps his promise to his friend JFK Jr to destroy the CIA

Continuing the Theme

The directive, which the Pentagon’s White House liaison Joshua Whitehouse sent on Wednesday afternoon, removes 11 high-profile advisors from the Defense Policy Board, including former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and Madeleine Albright; retired Adm. Gary Roughead, who served as chief of naval operations; and a onetime ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, Jane Harman. Rudy De Leon, a former chief operating officer at the Pentagon once considered by then-Defense Secretary James Mattis for a high-level policy role, will also be ousted.


#3090

At least Tramp didn’t start a war, while all other US presidents did. Trump only bombed Syrian army a few times and assassinated Iranian president-in-waiting Soleimani, so we can call him a killer or murderer, but not a war criminal, as all other US presidents, who are responsible for war crimes in multiple countries.


#3091

#3092

Jesus. It would be nice to think that might just be to put the shits up the right people.

There are really a small number of interpretations of what motivation might be behind this.


#3093

JoeM long time banned from twitter and youtube poses the following on parler:


#3094

I am amazed no one has posted this all these years.


#3095

Meanwhile.


#3096