Mike Flynn’s Trip to Cambridge and Across Europe a Key to Prosecutions, Trump Impeachment
Trump’s gambit is now that he can simply bomb himself to popularity-and that we’ll simply forget about Russia’s interference in the election and the question of whether Trump colluded.
The media loves it when he drops bombs so much they may just forget about Russian collusion is Trump’s hope.
But meanwhile, the investigation continues at the FBI and also in NYC with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. And polls seem to show that Wag the Dog hasn’t done much for Trump’s popularity though the pundits are impressed.
“Nine days after Donald Trump began bombing multiple countries in a manner which was equal parts bombastic and fruitless, questions have reached a fevered pitch as to whether it’s all been a mere stunt to try to salvage his historic lack of popularity. But as it turns out, his Gallup approval rating is even lower now than it was just before he began blowing things up.”
Turns out the public is not as impressed as the pundits. The media take is: We thought he was nuts but then he threatened nuclear war with North Korea and now we’re reassured.
But despite Trump showing off his weapons of mass distraction, the Russia news has only picked up steam over the last couple weeks, though the media narrative is not currently interested in it.
By the way, in an earlier post we touched on the fact that it was very unusual for Defense to speak for the POTUS as General Mattis did last night.
Are they now a political arm of Trump? If so, did they choose to drop MOAB for political reasons? These are the sort of questions that now much be asked.
But despite the media’s distraction, arrests could be coming as early as this week, per intelligence sources.
“Donald Trump dropped the “Mother of all Bombs” today in Afghanistan (source: CNBC), but it appears to have been a mere attempt at distracting from the mother of all bombshells. Reliable sources, who have proven themselves correct in the past, are now pointing to U.S. intel agencies working with the Attorney General of New York to begin imminently dismantling Trump’s inner circle. In fact the big major arrests may come as soon as next week.”
“The claim first came from @SheWhoVotes, a Twitter user who is also a Constitutional lawyer and has a solid track record. She tweeted today that she’s “Hearing from intelligence insiders that [New York State Attorney General Eric] Scheiderman is working closely with intel. They’re going to take out the entire three ring circus” (link). This was then quickly validated with the words “Fact check: true” by Louise Mensch, a former member of British Parliament who is now a political journalist, and whose inside sources have been consistently correct about the FISA warrants in the Trump-Russia investigation going back to last fall.”
Speaking of Louise Mensch, she has a new post at her very important blog up today.
Sources linked to the intelligence community say that General Mike Flynn’s trips to Cambridge and across Europe will form a key part of Donald Trump’s impeachment and the prosecutions of dozens of his associates.”
Remember what Flynn’s lawyer said: There’s no doubt he has a story to tell.
“According to several sources within the intelligence community, Michael Flynn was co-ordinating, with and for Russian agents, the drafting of messages that Vladimir Putin was using to attack democracy in not only the United States, but across Europe. Furthermore, Flynn was doing this with the full knowledge of the Trump campaign, including Donald Trump himself.”
“This news directly relates to the data laundering performed by the Alfa Bank server on behalf of Donald Trump and Russia, where, as I reported, the Trump campaign colluded with the hacking of both the DNC and state voter databases.”
This is another important issue. There has been a totally baseless assumption that Russia did not hack our voting systems.
You're a menace to truth. PA, MI, and WI were not "hacked." HRC lost there. Narrowly. But she lost. "Putin" was one of many factors. https://t.co/TOK6DmrWs8
— Damon Linker (@DamonLinker) April 14, 2017
I replied to Mr. Linker:
— mike sax (@mikesaxny2) April 15, 2017
Mr. Linker ought to keep up:
— Occupy Democrats (@OccupyDemocrats) April 14, 2017
And the Voting Issues Keep on coming. This from CBS Before the Election. Hacking Before Election! https://t.co/NToRWtVqVk
— MikeFarb (@mikefarb1) April 14, 2017
Back to Louise Mensch:
“I further reported, based on intelligence sources that it was Chayanov’s company Hostkey that US intelligence determined hacked the state voter databases (named in their October 7th statement as ‘a Russian company’). Because the USIC named Wikileaks as a Russian government actor in that same statement, and because Chayanov holds Wikileaks SSL keys and servers, USIC now knows, if it did not before, that the Russian government hacked the state voter databases.”
“The motherlode of the DNC leaks was not the DNC emails Wikileaks released; rather, it was the Vertica database that the DNC used and which had files on the voting behavior of all listed voters (hence the BernieBros that disappeared from Twitter – they were designed to suppress the Clinton vote). The Steele Dossier, which sources say is true in all important respects, states that Russian moles in the DNC leaked the files to Russia – they were as much hackers as Snowden was at the USA. Because there are too many states to place leakers in, Chayanov was forced actually to hack the state voter registration databases.”
In the DNC hacks, there’s been no focus on the stolen Vertica database.
So while the media has been asleep, Trump’s Russia problem keeps getting worse.
P.S. As we saw in my poll out last week, the long awaited poll results are in, and right now I’m just 11 points down vs. Peter King (GOP-NY-District 2). And the voters don’t even know who I am yet.
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