“We assess Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the U.S. presidential election. Russia’s goals were to undermine public faith in the U.S. democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency. We further assess Putin and the Russian Government developed a clear preference for President-elect Trump.” – National Security Report released Friday, Jan. 6.
These are the conclusions of the national security agencies we have watching out for the best interests of the United States and its citizens. The fact that they cannot see the truth for the thick veil of propagandistic drivel they are offering at the behest of the lame-duck Obama administration should surprise no one.
So, let me be clear. If there was, indeed, Russian influence in the election, it most certainly had nothing to do with Donald J. Trump and everything to do with Hillary R. Clinton. In fact, Trump gave Putin three very significant reasons not to support his campaign. First, Trump advocates for more drilling in the United States, thereby increasing our energy independence. This will hurt Russia as a player in the oil markets.
Second, Trump advocates expanding and strengthening our military. And third, which goes hand-in-hand with the second, is Trump’s desire to increase our nuclear arsenal rather than continuing a draw-down. Any one of the three Trump initiatives, for which Clinton was on the opposite side, would have been enough to guarantee Russia’s opposition to his candidacy.
Russia’s preference, clearly, was anyone but Hillary. And if they used influence to affect the election in the United States, it was not by hacking voting machines or threatening voters to change their ballot. They simply used the words of Clinton, John Podesta, and the DNC against themselves. What Putin and the Russians were able to expose in the actual emails was election rigging against Bernie Sanders, media collusion with the Clinton camp, and other election dirty dealings on behalf of the Democratic party.
And that’s where they got their feelings hurt. Just as a child throwing a tantrum would do, Clinton and her ilk immediately began pointing fingers and assessing blame. “The Russians did it,” they cried, and Obama’s security agencies added credibility to that statement with the recently released report. Why did the Russians do it, they pondered? Their official conclusion follows: “Putin most likely wanted to discredit Secretary Clinton because he has publicly blamed her since 2011 for inciting mass protests against his regime in late 2011 and early 2012, and because he holds a grudge for comments he almost certainly saw as disparaging him.”
Comical! Vladimir Putin, in spite of all of the policies that could potentially be detrimental to Russia espoused by Donald Trump, favored a Trump win for one clear reason – Trump will not follow the Obama/Clinton Islamic supremacist agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood, and will instead root out the hardline Islamic influence installed in the upper echelons of the United States government. Their toxic agenda to replace secular regimes throughout the Middle East with Islamic theocracies must be stopped before the globe is overrun by radical Islamic governments.
Putin has always been on the other side of that equation, viewing the foreign policy goals of Obama/Clinton as nothing short of disastrous for the world. And he’s absolutely correct in that assessment. While the Middle East is burning, Europe is on the fast track to the same fate. Eight years under Obama has put a similar transformation of the United States into hyper-drive. Four more years under Hillary Clinton would have sealed our fate.
It was in Putin’s and Russia’s best interest to reveal the dark agenda of Clinton and the DNC in the hopes of preserving one powerful ally against the Islamic onslaught. If it took revealing emails, the legitimacy of which have never been challenged, to inform the American public of the kind of candidate Hillary Clinton was, so be it.
The American public has spoken and the message was clear – “Enough! We want no more of the failed policies under Obama/Clinton!” It is now time to roll up our sleeves and try to repair our Republic. Jan. 20 cannot come soon enough!
America is under siege, but not from an outside force like ISIS. Rather, this nation is under full frontal assault from none other than our political elites – a monarchy of kings and queens who are stripping the very soul from our great land, all while fortifying their own crooked kingdoms. Aiding them in their plundering and pillaging are a group of globalist elites who finance their operations, a media propaganda machine that twists the truth into an unrecognizable beast, and an education system sold out to leftist propaganda and mind control, a la Common Core.
The Clintons, the Bushes and the Obamas are the kings and queens of America. And the will of “We the People” is little more than an insignificant bump in the road to their nefarious global agenda. Gone are the days of fair and clean elections in this country. Once the monarchy ascended the throne, all manner of assets were dispatched to ensure they maintained their lofty positions.
On the debate stage Wednesday night, I never saw a Republican Donald Trump versus a Democrat Hillary Clinton fighting for their respective platforms. Instead, I was watching a battle, for which one side has all of the advantage, and the other is fighting to hold onto America as we know it. It was “We the People”, with all of our rough edges, successes and failures, against the evil queen, with the resources of the world daring us to challenge her authority.
Donald Trump, in facing down the authority of the global elites and their explicit collusion with the White House and the entire Obama intelligence community, is made to look small. The monarchy is using every available resource, legal or illegal, to smear and belittle him.
He says the system is rigged and he is correct. Never has that been more evident than with the Project Veritas videos that reveal convicted felon and a member of the Clinton campaign’s inner circle, Robert Creamer, admitting to encouraging voter fraud and inciting violence at Trump rallies. This is the same Robert Creamer who had copious access to the Obama White House. Are we to believe that Mr. Creamer was visiting the White House more than 300 times just to take a tour? President Obama, the Clintons, and all of their little underlings are duping the American voting public on an unprecedented scale. Mr. Trump was correct – the illegal activities taking place to influence the election in favor of the elites makes the Watergate scandal, for which a president was forced to resign and men were sent to prison, look like a misdemeanor.
Conveniently, when the Clinton campaign’s dirty dealings were exposed, the Obama White House and his “intelligence” agencies were able to hand-fake the debate by giving Clinton the “Russia is hacking us” dialogue. Never mind how the information was made public! Did you or did you not say those things, Mrs. Clinton? Of course you did, so let’s just blame the Russians for exposing the truth.
The mainstream media, which we have already established is nothing more than a propaganda machine for the royals, ignored the explosive truths the videos revealed and the fact that the Clinton campaign immediately put Creamer’s head on the chopping block. Besides, his work was done so he was expendable.
Trump is not running to be the president of America for a personal agenda, but Mrs. Clinton is. Trump is running to restore America to “We the People.” That fact alone has agitated the elites into a frenzy, who never want to see the power returned to the people. How dare Trump stand up for the veterans; how dare he stand for the unborn; how dare he stand for the American people and not the illegal aliens; how dare he stand for the Judeo-Christian values upon which the Constitution and this republic were founded? The elites have one goal in mind – to keep the American people in the dark, ignorant and obedient. And they will stop at nothing to quiet Trump and his kind, smearing him and stomping him like a cockroach.
Meanwhile, Trump, without the aid of the Republican elites, is fighting to take America back to its roots. To do that, most of us will have to think back more than four decades to an America before the monarchy usurped the republic. A time to when we had an honest president who was not “owned” by the elites. President Ronald Reagan was the last of his kind who was legitimately elected rather than installed. He was, however, forced to accept the first of the rising kings in George H.W. Bush as his vice president.
Upon Bush’s installment into the American political landscape, the propaganda machine began to assemble to fulfill their role in praising the monarchy. Ted Turner did his part and created CNN. No longer was old school, honest journalism the goal. Spoon-feeding the public a message crafted by the elites became the order of the day. Four decades later and Americans can no longer find the truth in the evening news. Truth has become an inaccessible commodity, as in the days of the old Soviet Union or current day North Korea.
Here are a few truths that you must know regarding the election that you will never hear from the mainstream:
- Hillary Clinton can smile with a superior smile because she knows she has the public fooled. She knows that the media will hide the fact that she is the woman who viciously smeared her husband’s mistresses, all the while claiming to be a champion for women.
- Hillary Clinton claims to be a champion for children, but advocates for the deaths of millions of unborn.
- Hillary Clinton claims to be a champion for the Latinos, but calls the Mexican community “needy.”
- Hillary Clinton claims to eschew election violence but pays people copious amounts of money to instigate violence against Trump and his supporters.
- Hillary Clinton openly creates lies and utilizes smear tactics for people standing for truth and Judeo Christian ethics.
- Hillary Clinton claims to be going high when her opponents go low, all the while crafting a lewd narrative fed to the public by her propaganda machine as fact.
Mrs. Clinton rides the high horse of morality, all the while cavorting in the gutters with the rats. Trump’s assessment is correct: America ceased to be great when the Bushes, the Clintons and Obamas became the kings and queens of the United States. A country that chose Obama to be a president twice and would even consider putting crooked Hillary in the Oval Office doesn’t deserve to be the greatest nation on earth.
The only way America will be great again is by kissing the Bushes and Clintons a final goodbye and escorting them out of Washington, for only then will we restore America to “We the People”.
Teaching what is a sin or not is different from preaching violence, hatred and killings.
We, the undersigned, call on the Republican nominee for president, Donald Trump, to take a stand to protect the American public and uphold the United States Constitution from all assaults, both foreign and domestic, by doing the following:
1) Require the Islamic institutions in America to admit fault within the Islamic teaching and Islamic theology that led to the Orlando terrorist attack.
2) Require that Islamic institutions discontinue speech and actions that victimize any group, whether they are LGBT, women, or peoples of other faiths.
3) Demand they take drastic steps towards changing the Islamic message throughout the Islamic mosques in America to abide with the laws and the Constitution of the United States of America, and preach against violence, hatred and killings of LGBT, women and those who believe differently.
4) If the Islamic community refuses, hold them complicit and accountable in perpetrating the anti-American rhetoric of Sharia and entirely responsible for every person wounded or killed as a result of any teachings in compliance with Sharia.
To advocate against homosexuality is protected speech under the First Amendment, however, advocating violence of any form against others in service to your religious beliefs is an unacceptable breach of conduct and cannot be tolerated in our society.
We have reached a dangerous place…a juncture, beyond which lies either hope of recovery and restoration of our Constitutional Republic, or the continuing erosion and eventual erasure of our protections as citizens against a rapacious government.
This proverbial fork in the road holds more peril than merely choosing the wrong path; we face that choice in every election, indeed, with hundreds of choices we all make each day. The greater concern is the way in which we make our choice; the resources we consult and the methodology we employ.
Very few wise choices have risen from such a miasma of misinformation, mischaracterization and unreasoning fear and hatred as we are witnessing today.
This cycle has seen the rise of Donald Trump, a candidate who doesn’t fit the central-casting mold. He is unusual and bold; brash and unapologetic in his statements. Yet he is not without precedent. We are witnessing the rebirth of the populists, nothing more.
The political structure with which most of us are familiar is in truth a relatively new thing. People think of Primaries as full-blown elections. They are not. The word that appropriately precedes ‘Primaries’ is “Party.” These are Party Primaries, designed by political parties to choose the candidate behind whom the party intends to coalesce support for the real election – the General election.
For most of our nation’s history, primaries were not the method of choice for determining nominees.
The primary is merely a means of gauging support for this or that candidate, not a federally mandated or Constitutionally established election. Parties can choose their nominee in whatever method that state chooses – with a party primary election, a caucus or convention, or, as done in Colorado, with a decision by party leadership. As long as the established rules are followed, these choices are the business of the party, not the general public, who gets their say in November.
This is one of the reasons our founding fathers eschewed party structures, hoping instead for ideological constructs based on merit and competence, not on membership. In other words, they wanted the best candidate to emerge from among many by virtue of having been lifted above the others by a groundswell of public support.
“But isn’t that why we have primaries? To determine that?” you might rightly ask. The answer is yes, but with a difference that holds transformative distinction.
Marshalling support is always a difficult thing, and doing so without the benefit of an organization makes that task far more imposing, so rather than disbanding the ideological coalitions that formed around past candidates, these free associations of like-minded people became standing parties, charged with safeguarding the views around which they originally formed, and providing a beacon to others who may hold similar views.
In other words, they became a brand, known for an ideology. Those who agreed with that ideology shopped within that brand, those who did not, shopped elsewhere. Following that retail analogy, the pre-party “Mom & Pop” stores, became national chains, with similar marketing, and presentation.
There has always been a political yin and yang within any nation of free people. There are those who believe that each of us should be empowered to make our own decisions – for good or ill – finding our path to success, or failure, depending on our own efforts. Government exists to ensure we have that freedom by protecting the rights with which we entered this world from infringement by those who would “stack the deck” through corruption rather than merit.
The other side views individuals as messy pieces within a larger collective. Individual liberty must be suborned to collective goals, as determined by a central group of planners, who presumably know better than you how your life ought to be lived. To these, government exists to establish the definitions of success, and then ensure people receive it equally.
Of course, these myopic “Solomon’s” never assign such restrictions to themselves, as that would be far too limiting for them to achieve their utopian goals, which thankfully makes them easier to spot as their neon hypocrisy shines like a “Vacancy” sign on a lonely nighttime highway.
To these people, we are always just one regulation away, just one program short of peace on earth and a chicken in every pot.
So, back to why this particular cycle is more dangerous than others…
There appears to be a harder edge to the disagreements between members of the two parties. Trump is no doubt a polarizing figure. He has managed to appeal to those conservatives among the Republican faithful who are tired of being misled, lied to and beaten down by the Democrats and the leadership of their own party.
They have good reason to feel this way.
However, a rift is appearing, a fissure that is widening between those who support Trump and those who do not. The tenor of the disagreement has grown entirely negative, with statements like “you’re not a real Republican,” or “only MY candidate can save the nation!”
Whenever we resort to absolutes to make sense of a circumstance that is anything but absolute, we are setting ourselves up to be either proven wrong in an embarrassingly public way, or proven right at the cost of losing close friends and associates.
There is very little in this life that is all of one thing and none of another – and nothing illustrates this more than politics, where little is ever as it seems anyway.
The parties make their rules and choose their methods for determining a nominee. One candidate making more effective use of those rules isn’t “cheating” or “stealing,” they are merely making more effective use of the rules, just as their opponent might’ve. Period.
Don’t let these arguments, misunderstandings and, in many cases, misapprehensions of the rules create in you a heart hardened against people you have known and loved. Don’t let your anger define you. Losing or winning doesn’t proffer a characterization of value on a person, and as long as laws are not violated, then losing or winning will be a thing we can each accept with grace and humility.
While losing doesn’t mean you were cheated, winning doesn’t mean you are vindicated. We are all judged by how we treat one another and most importantly, how we treat ourselves. Tell yourself the truth, even if it hurts, because lying to yourself only prepares the soil of your heart for the seeds of discord, which come November, will surely reap a bitter harvest.