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I cannon claim original thought to these next few items presented, but would like to take a moment to highlight the good work being done by Mark Levin and his crew over at Conservative Review Television.
The problem with reports such as this is the anonymity of which the information comes in. As stated by Levin last week, at some point a source must be named.
Someone will have to step up and lay claim to these accusations. Speculations must stop if any action, impeachment proceedings or not, are to occur in the future.
Last time I checked, “collusion” was not illegal, American citizens are still presumed innocent until proven guilty, and the Left still is using their number one tool to push their agenda…the media.
But let’s not brush over the simple fact that nobody can, at all, say exactly what “charges” would or could be brought up against either President Trump or his staff. The reason being is that is not the end goal.
The end goal is to create controversy or presumed conflict within the administration.
Just as Saul Alinsky said during an interview with Hillary Clinton for her senior thesis paper, “the whole point is to agitate to the point of conflict.” This is exactly what the Left is doing, right out of Alinsky’s playbook, Rules for Radicals.
The whole point of this media filibuster to push the Left’s agenda to agitate to the point of conflict in efforts to solidify a negative narrative within the Trump administration. Why you may ask?
The goal is to create a talking point for the left to campaign on during the 2020 Presidential election cycle. That’s it! Well, also because they still can’t get over the fact that Clinton lost.
So what’s my point with this whole thing? Simply stated, there is no solid evidence. There is no smoke. Nobody has or will go on record with these accusations. Everything is anonymous, which is the biggest red flag of all!
Let’s not forget history though. Let’s not forget Democratic political collusion and conspiracy which has been proven, fact checked and brushed over. Listen to the below clip from Michael Savage on how Ted Kennedy worked with the Russians to derail Ronald Reagan during the 1984 presidential election.
Jared Kushner proposed setting up a secret, secure communications channel between the Kremlin and the Trump transition team, according to The Washington Post.
Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and a senior adviser, floated the idea during a meeting with Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak at Trump Tower in early December, The Post reports, citing U.S. officials who were briefed on intelligence gathered from intercepted Russian communications. The meeting was also attended by Michael Flynn, who served as the White House national security adviser until he was forced to step down for failing to properly disclose contacts with Russian officials and discussions pertaining to sanctions.
Kislyak told his superiors Kushner proposed using Russian diplomatic facilities in the U.S., the officials briefed on the intelligence told The Washington Post. Kislyak was reportedly surprised at the suggestion. The use of Russian communications equipment he said Kushner proposed using carried security risks for both Russia and the Trump transition team.
U.S. officials stressed that the information on Kushner’s meetings is the result of intelligence collected from Russian officials, not surveillance of Kushner or any member of the Trump transition team. “Russia at times feeds false information into communication streams it suspects are monitored as a way of sowing misinformation and confusion among U.S. analysts,” The Washington Post acknowledged in its report Friday.
The meeting with Kislyak, which Kushner failed to disclose, was revealed in March. The Post was first alerted to the meeting and the possibility of a secret communications channel in mid-December by an anonymous letter.
The Washington Post reported Thursday that…
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