Trump Wants the Mole Caught!
Well it’s been a heck of a week, hasn’t it? One explosive bombshell after another.
Last night President Trump revealed it was crystal clear to him now that “Deep State operatives” were seeking to kill his presidency.
Soon after receiving a copy of Jerome Corsi’s powerful new book, Trump warned of a “criminal deep state.”
The shocking, unprecedented “anonymous” op-ed in the liberal “New York Times” published at the same time Bob Woodward’s political hit-job book is released . . .(SOS SOS SOS)!..
No coincidence, my friends.
Then another bombshell hit, which the media are hiding
from you …
Dr. Jerome Corsi, author of “Killing the Deep State,” was served papers to appear before the Mueller grand jury in Washington to answer questions about longtime Trump confidante Roger Stone.
It’s no coincidence Dr. Corsi is being called to the stand.
Of course he is! He’s been highly critical of the Mueller probe.
He was the first person to blow the whistle on the plot. He exposed the FBI.
His book was the first to name, publicly, former FBI Agent Peter Strzok as a key player. Corsi revealed secret texts, links between the Bureau and the CIA, NSA, and DOJ.
People – Deep State people – are mad.
Dr. Corsi’s been all over the news claiming Mueller has overreached his legal authority—and speaking about this “criminal deep state” out to get Trump.
Listen, the evidence is all in his new book, Killing the Deep State —the one reviled by Democrats.
It’s so explosive we’re giving you a FREE COPY. See…we’re trying to reach as many people as we can, warning them of the Deep State and its heinous motives.
Claim your FREE COPY of Killing the Deep State today because with all of this news, we feel confident we’re going to run out of copies in the next 24-48 hours.
Then there was that other bombshell and it was a doozy…
The revelations from Bob Woodward’s new book … an attempt to paint the Trump White House as riddled with resistance, madness, and sheer lunacy. (Πρόκειται για το βιβλίο που “έπαιξαν” τα Όργανα των Παγκοσμιοποιημένων “Διεθνών Εβραίων” τελευταίως στα αμερικανικά + διεθνή ΜΜΕ, στο πλαίσιο του “κατά του ΤΡΑΜΠ αγώνα τους”, για το οποίο σας έγραψα μόλις χθες, θα το θυμάστε).
Yet Bob won’t identify most of his sources. Just “anonymous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
Woodward’s book paints Trump as angry, frustrated, and paranoid – the president thinks, Woodward claims, that “everyone is out to get me.”
Bob, I wonder why the president might actually think that?
Can we just say: talk about a set-up to invoke the 25th Amendment. (Did you notice Trump-despiser Elizabeth Warren jumped right on the bandwagon and called for Trump to be removed from office using the Amendment?)
Then, The New York Times went so far as to publish an op-ed from an unnamed source reported to be a senior official in the White House.
This mole (“ΟΦΙΣ ΑΣΦΑΛΕΙΑΣ”, “ΑΣΠΑΛΑΞ” ή “ΤΥΦΛΟΠΟΝΤΙΚΑΣ”) publicly claimed to be part of a secret resistance group, dedicated to thwarting Trump’s agenda and his “misguided” impulses at every turn.
The picture this anonymous source paints is riddled with claims of erratic behavior, instability, whispers of evoking the 25th Amendment.
Corsi has warned (SOS SOS SOS) the president and his readers that there have been moles in the White House — a whole nest of them.
Corsi has vowed, as God is his witness, he’s going to flush them out, one by one if he has to.
Why is this happening?
Two words: Deep State — America’s shadow government.
Deep State operatives are so desperate to oust Trump at any cost (!!!) they’ll stoop to any diabolical, disgusting level.
Listen… all you have to do is read Dr. Corsi’s explosive best-seller, “Killing the Deep State”.
Everything is in there and we mean EVERYTHING. It’s a scathing yet mesmerizing expose of the Deep State.
The Anonymous article, the Woodward book, Omarosa — if you read Corsi’s book, you’d understand the PLAN. Believe it or not, the insiders even have a name for their plan, which Corsi reveals from once-secret text messages.
Please understand: Killing the Deep State sells in bookstores and on Amazon for $29.99, but we feel so strongly you must have this book to know …
Who’s tied to who
- Their sinister plan to take out Trump and his supporters
- Where the money trails lead
- Blood oaths sealed by high-ranking officials in the FBI, CIA, NSA, DOJ, State Department, and so many others.
- Wait until you see who’s in bed with who…
- Comey, Mueller, Clinton, Lynch, Brennan, and so many others — all part of this secret society bent on controlling Washington and whoever is in the White House.
The Deep State is behind Woodward’s book and most certainly behind the mysterious “unnamed source” New York Times op—ed piece.
And there’s no question the Deep State has planted yet another mole in the White House.
How many more could there be?
Mark our words…
You’re going to be stunned when you read this explosive book.
Every day there’s another new revelation and one of us in the newsroom, exclaiming…
“WOW, did you see this? Look, it’s right here on page 64 — this is exactly what Dr. Corsi revealed!”
You must read Killing the Deep State — Dr. Corsi has carefully followed their complex and twisted trail for years, even decades.
Now he’s put all of the pieces together to expose this heinous organization that threatens America’s freedom and sovereignty.
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P.S. WAIT! If you do nothing else, turn to page 53 to discover who’s behind this “political chaos.” Then turn to page 136 for an even bigger shocker! We guarantee Killing the Deep State is worth its weight in gold. There is a reason this book was both banned by CNN (και όμως είναι δυνατόν !!!) and still became a New York Times bestseller! People like you are finding out the truth . . .
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΩΡΑ ΚΑΙ ΤΟ ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΟ!
TRUMP VS. SLEEPER CELL OP-ED
The president fights back.
September 7, 2018
President Trump is absolutely right to be furious about the treacherous New York Times op-ed by a fifth-columnist in his administration trashing his leadership and portraying him as a feebleminded would-be dictator.
The essay titled “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration” is vicious Trump-hating propaganda by a cowardly member of a sleeper cell in the White House. Nothing less. Nothing more.
This op-ed that has been dominating media coverage is a catalog of piddling complaints against a spectacularly successful Chief Executive who is easily the most conservative American president since Ronald Reagan.
It is part of what Michael Walsh some time ago termed a “rolling coup attempt” by those who refuse to accept the judgment the American people rendered on Election Day 2016. The same people who push the kooky, utterly unsubstantiated Trump-Russia electoral collusion conspiracy theory, are pushing this tripe.
The author is a traitor, if not to the country, certainly to this president who ought to be able to count on senior government officials – especially his own appointees – to help carry out his policies, not sabotage them.
Although the essay could easily have been written by almost any articulate backstabbing RINO or NeverTrumper inside the Beltway, the Times has referred to the author both as “a senior official in the Trump administration” and in an explainer as a “White House official.” There are, conceivably, thousands of individuals who could be considered senior officials in the Trump administration but there are maybe fewer than 400 individuals working in the White House.
While it is certainly the New York Times’ privilege to publish an anonymous op-ed sharply critical of a sitting president, it is highly unusual and ethically questionable. The person should never have been granted anonymity. If he or she is so contemptuous of the president, his or her job security should not be safeguarded by the Old Gray Lady. This sleazy operator should just resign and stop whining about the possibility of being fired. That’s what someone with character would do.
Is this person truly close to the levers of power or is this simply an attempt to sow more chaos and discord in an already tense, leaky White House? Perhaps the author is trying to bait the president into purging everyone around him. We have no way to ascertain if the op-ed was written by a real person in the administration or if somebody at the New York Times fabricated the whole thing.
We are forced to take the Times at its word, a dangerous proposition given the newspaper’s track record of defaming President Trump and making up stuff about Republicans in general.
The media has conspired from the very beginning against Donald Trump, long before he won the presidency after a hard-fought campaign. This op-ed drags the conspiracy down to new depths.
Let’s look at some of the most egregiously dishonest parts of the op-ed.
President Trump is facing a test to his presidency unlike any faced by a modern American leader.
It’s not just that the special counsel looms large. Or that the country is bitterly divided over Mr. Trump’s leadership. Or even that his party might well lose the House to an opposition hellbent on his downfall.
The dilemma — which he does not fully grasp — is that many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.
I would know. I am one of them.
The op-ed author thinks those reading the column must be stupid.
It is ridiculous for the author to claim that Trump “does not fully grasp” the fact that “many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda.”
It is abundantly clear from monitoring Trump’s Twitter feed and public statements – he is nothing if not transparent – that he is painfully aware that he is surrounded by enemies. At times he speaks of little else.
Then there is this particularly disingenuous passage:
To be clear, ours is not the popular “resistance” of the left. We want the administration to succeed and think that many of its policies have already made America safer and more prosperous.
But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic
That is why many Trump appointees have vowed to do what we can to preserve our democratic institutions while thwarting Mr. Trump’s more misguided impulses until he is out of office.
The root of the problem is the president’s amorality. Anyone who works with him knows he is not moored to any discernible first principles that guide his decision making.
Although he was elected as a Republican, the president shows little affinity for ideals long espoused by conservatives: free minds, free markets and free people. At best, he has invoked these ideals in scripted settings. At worst, he has attacked them outright.
In addition to his mass-marketing of the notion that the press is the “enemy of the people,” President Trump’s impulses are generally anti-trade and anti-democratic.
Only a fool would quibble over whether President Trump is a true conservative in his heart. Unlike Conservatism Inc. and two Bush presidents, Trump has achieved major conservative policy goals. So what if he doesn’t quote Edmund Burke or Barry Goldwater? I’ll take a functionally conservative, effective president, over a silver-tongued president who says the right things but gets nothing conservative accomplished.
Besides, the Founding Fathers were “anti-democratic,” and for good reason. Pure democracy is antithetical to small-R republicanism. And the Republican Party has traditionally been the party of high tariffs and managed trade. So President Trump is certainly in good company when he deviates from certain tenets of conservative orthodoxy.
Then there is the unseemly praise in the op-ed of the recently departed Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), one of the most corrosive Republican figures of recent decades, which tells us all we need to know about the author’s motives. McCain’s political career consisted of habitually betraying conservatives and taking cheap shots at his rivals. He was not a class act.
McCain’s service during the Vietnam War may have been heroic, but as an elected official he was at best a frenemy of the conservative movement. The author falsely described the haughty late lawmaker who supported Islamists, voted against tax cuts and Obamacare repeal, and deliberately threw the 2008 presidential election thereby plunging America into eight long years of leftist darkness, as “a lodestar for restoring honor to public life and our national dialogue.”
“All Americans should heed his words and break free of the tribalism trap, with the high aim of uniting through our shared values and love of this great nation.”
If only John McCain had focused on the same goals.
And what tribalism is Trump guilty of? It’s the same old baseless leftist smear that Trump’s right-of-center policies somehow make him a white nationalist. Race-baiting garbage.
Then there’s this gem of a paragraph that contains the standard foreign policy lies pushed nowadays by the Left:
Take foreign policy: In public and in private, President Trump shows a preference for autocrats and dictators, such as President Vladimir Putin of Russia and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, and displays little genuine appreciation for the ties that bind us to allied, like-minded nations.
Really, this sentence could have described President Obama.
No one has been tougher on Russia than President Trump. Obama palled around with Islamist dictators like Mohamed Morsi and sent word to Putin to wait till after the next election so he could be more flexible on missile defense. In the old days, Obama would have been accused of high treason. While Obama dithered on North Korea, Trump skillfully forced Kim Jong-un into unprecedented negotiations with the United States.
Adding insult to injury, the op-ed author acknowledges Trump’s accomplishments by name – “effective deregulation, historic tax reform, a more robust military and more” – but refuses to acknowledge his leadership, instead giving credit to “unsung heroes in and around the White House.”
These successes have come despite “the president’s leadership style, which is impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective.”
Smart conservatives don’t obsess over process.
They care about results.
No conservative could have written the New York Times op-ed.
ΥΓ. Από το σάϊτ του ΝΑΤΟ τα παρακάτω, με λίγο ελληνικό… “κέτσαπ”!..
ΟΛΑ… ΣΤΗΜΕΝΑ! ΤΙ ΣΑΣ ΕΦΤΑΙΞΕ ΡΕ Η ΕΛΛΑΔΑ; ΓΙΑΤΙ ΤΟΣΟ ΑΠΥΘΜΕΝΟ ΜΙΣΟΣ ΡΕΕΕΕΕΕΕΕΕΕ; ΓΕΙΑ ΣΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΕΣΕΝΑ ΤΣΙΠΡΑ… “ΠΑΙΚΤΑΡΑ”!!!
1. NATO Secretary General discussed current security challenges with Greek Prime Minister
- 06 Sep. 2018 – 07 Sep. 2018
- Visiting Athens on Thursday (6 September 2018), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to discuss current security challenges and the implementation of decisions taken at the NATO Summit in July.
The Secretary General thanked Greece for its participation in NATO operations and its role (ΑΥΤΟΝ ΤΗΣ ΠΟΡΝΗΣ ΠΟΥ ΔΕΝ… ΠΛΗΡΩΝΕΤΑΙ ΚΙΟΛΑΣ) at the forefront of the refugee and migrant crisis. He underlined that NATO’s presence (;) in the Aegean helps counter illegal human trafficking into Greece by providing real-time information (ΔΕΝ ΤΟ ΠΡΟΣΕΞΑ / -ΜΕ) to coastguards.
Mr. Stoltenberg also commended Greece for investing 2% of GDP in defence, and congratulated Prime Minister Tsipras on the official termination of the bail-out programme, (το ΝΟΜΠΕΛ να του δώσετε / ΜΗΝ ΑΦΗΣΕΤΕ ελληνικής καταγωγής ΠΡΟΔΟΤΗ χωρίς ΒΡΑΒΕΙΑ, ΔΟΞΑ και ΧΡΗΜΑ / και στον “Κωλοδακτυλάκια”, και στον “Κωλοδακτυλάκια” ένα ΝΟΜΠΕΛ), as a historic moment after years of austerity.
The Secretary General and Prime Minister Tsipras also discussed the historic breakthrough (ιστορική ΝΕΟ-SOROS – ΔΙΕΘΝΙΣΤΙΚΟ- ΝΕΟΚΟΜΜΟΥΝΙΣΤΙΚΗ ΠΡΟΔΟΣΙΑ Κε ΓΓ/ΝΑΤΟ) on the name issue with Skopje. Mr. Stoltenberg stressed that this is a great achievement for both countries, adding that the upcoming referendum in Skopje is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
2. Secretary General visits Skopje to discuss progress in NATO accession talks
- 05 Sep. 2018 – 06 Sep. 2018
The visit – the Secretary General’s second to the capital this year – marked an opportunity to highlight the benefits of NATO accession, as well as progress in the reforms undertaken by Skopje. It was also an opportunity for the authorities to brief the Secretary General on their preparations for the upcoming referendum on the historic name agreement with Greece. Speaking alongside Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, Mr. Stoltenberg said: “NATO’s door is open, but only the people of this country can decide to walk through it. So your future is in your hands.” He underlined that there would be “no way” for the country to join NATO without implementing the name agreement, calling it a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity. (Ό,τι σας έλεγα)!
On Wednesday, Mr. Stoltenberg had a working dinner with Prime Minister Zaev and members of his cabinet. On Thursday, the Secretary General met with President Gjorge Ivanov, as well as the President of the Parliament, Talat Xhaferi, (ρε Τουρκαλβανέ Τζαφέρι, πόσους “δικούς σου” Αλβανούς έσφαξαν οι Σκοπιανο-Σλάβοι στον τελευταίο “ξεσηκωμό” σας στο Τέτοβο, μήπως θυμάσαι ρε τσόγλανε, που σε έκαναν Πρόεδρο της Βουλής οι Σκοπιανοί και τους γλείφεις όλη την ημέρα / ήθελα να σε μπουκέτωνε -παρ’ ολίγο- ο… πρώην μποξέρ Γκρούεφσκι, που στην “είχε πέσει” για άλλο λόγο βεβαίως), and the Leader of the Opposition Hristijan Mickoski. He also met with the new Committee for NATO Integration, which includes Prime Minister Zaev, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Radmila Šekerinska, Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov, and other ministers and senior officials.
Mr. Stoltenberg also visited Stajkovci village – where soldiers and equipment from NATO’s KFOR mission helped to clear roads and move debris following devastating floods in 2016. (Με τα εργοστάσια επεξεργασίας και κατασκευής – παραγωγής ναρκωτικών στην πΓΔΜ, θα κάνεις τίποτα ρε Γιενς;)!.. Later, the Secretary General visited the Ilinden (Κε Κοτζιά γλωσσομαθή, τί είναι αυτό το Ίλιντεν; αχαχαχαχαχα πολιτικοί αρχι-ξεφτίλες…) barracks and thanked the armed forces for their service and contributions to NATO deployments. The Secretary General also took part in a ceremony to name a street in Skopje after his father Thorvald Stoltenberg, who coordinated Norwegian assistance to the capital after a devastating earthquake in 1963. (Για φαντάσου! Το 1963 οι Νορβηγοί είχαν βοηθήσει τους Σκοπιανούς, κλπ, κλπ, κλπ! “Ο ΓΛΕΙΨΑΣ, ΤΟΥ ΓΛΕΙΨΑΝΤΟΣ”! Σαν εκπρόσωπος της… Νορβηγίας πήγες στην πΓΔΜ Κε Γτόλτενμπεργκ);
The Secretary General is travelling from Skopje to Athens, where he will meet with the GREAT(!!!!!!!) Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. (The “BELOVED BOY” OF THE HUGE INTER-JEW G. SOROS)!
HALEY: ‘DEAL OF THE CENTURY’ FATE IS IN ABBAS’S HANDS
“The Palestinian people should be frustrated with Abbas and the fact that he is not stepping up, he is not dealing with Hamas, he is not doing things to better the Palestinian people,” Haley said.
SEPTEMBER 6, 2018
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas attends the meeting of the Palestinian Central Council, in Ramallah, in the West Bank August 15, 2018. (photo credit: REUTERS/MOHAMAD TOROKMAN)
When quizzed by a reporter if the “deal of the century” was possible, Haley immediately responded: “Only if Abbas comes to the table.”
She added, “We have ensured that [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu will come to the table. Abbas for the good of the people needs to come to the table.”
She spoke with reporters in New York on Tuesday, during an extensive press briefing in which she outlined her country’s program of work for September when it holds the rotating presidency of the UN Security Council.
Speculation has been high that the US could unveil its peace plan, which Trump has referred to as “the deal of the century,” at the UN in New York.
Haley said that the peace plan is getting close but won’t be unveiled during the 73rd opening session of the United Nations General Assembly later this month.
She added that she had read the very detailed proposal which was put together by US envoys Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt who have engaged with many world leader in the process of its preparation.
“It is thoroughly done. It is well thought out from both sides, the Palestinians and the Israelis. It takes into account every aspect of everything,” Haley said.
It’s expected that neither the Israelis or the Palestinians will like the plan, but “both sides have to be willing to hear” the plan, she said.
“If they are both willing to hear it, I think that this could be a solution for the region. It could be a solution for both Palestinians and Israelis. I think it would be a solution and a testament to what can happen when two sides come together in the name of helping their people,” Haley added.
“The Palestinian people should be frustrated with Abbas and the fact that he is not stepping up, he is not dealing with Hamas, he is not doing things to better the Palestinian people,” Haley said.
Bolton: There was never quid pro quo for Jerusalem embassy move, August 22, 2018 (Ziv Sokolov/U.S. Embassy Jerusalem)
She called on the international community and the Palestinians to put pressure on Abbas and say, “It is time. It is time for a better life for Palestinians and only he can deliver that.”
“Every Palestinian deserves a better life. Every Palestinian should look at the Palestinian Authority and say what are you doing to help us,” Haley said.
In response to a question about possible US support for a confederation between the Palestinian territories and Jordan, Haley said, “In terms of the details of the [US peace] plan I can tell you that that there are a lot of false statement out there about the plan.”
She also responded to questions about the US decision at the end of August to halt its funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency which provides humanitarian assistance to Palestinian refugees. This followed a US decision to cut $200 million from its bilateral assistance to the PA under the Economic Support Fund.
Haley said that the UNRWA was a political organization that had a growing unsustainable population of refugees.
Haley said that the US gave $60 million to UNRWA at the beginning of the year but received no acknowledgment for its efforts.
“UNRWA didn’t say ‘thank you,’ they criticized us and attacked us for not giving more. There is no one who has given more money to the Palestinians than the US.”
The US had a strong history of funding the UNRWA and the Palestinians to the tune of $6 billion over time, while the international community, particularly the Arab countries have done very little.
“If the other members in the region don’t feel this is worth the investment, why should the US feel that it is worth the investment. At some point the region has to step up and say that they care about the Palestinians,” Haley stated.
“Don’t blame the US for a faulty political organization that I do not think is doing justice to the Palestinian community,” Haley said.
The PA, not the UNRWA, should be taking care of the Palestinians, Haley said, adding that her country preferred to work directly with the PA and Jordan to help the Palestinians rather than with the UNRWA.
The international community should go “to the Arab countries in the region and ask, where are you, why are you not doing anything to help the Palestinians in the region.”
Haley chastised the international community for its attacks on Israel.
“Beating up on Israel, to me, is something that I think some countries find easy to do, something that some countries take satisfaction in,” Haley said.
“It has been easy to point fingers at Israel and point fingers at the US. But where is everyone? Where are they when it comes to helping the Palestinian people? We are waiting for them to step up and I think the time has come.”
Arabs see Iran, not Israel, as enemy, Liberman tells Persian radio
Israel does not object to diplomatic and commercial ties between Syria and Iran, but it will never allow Iran to turn Syria into a forward military base, Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Thursday in interview with Radio Farda.
Speaking to Iranian journalist Mehrdad Mirdamadi, Liberman told the Persian language network, which broadcasts to Iran from the Czech Republic, that Israel is not against “economic, diplomatic or other cooperation” between Syria and Iran, but it is completely opposed to Tehran establishing a “military presence and is opposed to its efforts to undermine the stability of the entire Middle East, the stability of our entire region.”
“This may be the first time that moderate Arabs understand that their main enemy is not Israel and Jews and Zionism, but Iran’s radical and extreme regime,” Liberman said.
“This shift in attitude is because of the Iranian regime, and of course this is a step forward,” Liberman added.
The defense minister told Mirdamadi that Israel has no problem with the Iranian people. “Our problem with this regime is its dogma and every day we hear a speech that it seeks to destroy Israel and will never accept our existence.
“Iran’s access to nuclear weapons
is the greatest threat to everyone’s stability,” he continued. “Iran’s political ambitions in combination with nuclear weapons will be problematic for everyone.
“Why does a country that has one of the largest oil reserves in the world spend so much on its nuclear program and on developing ballistic missiles?”
Liberman furthermore told Mirdamadi that “Iran invests in terror instead of employment for its young generation… It is a fanatical regime that in Syria alone has spent $13 billion and spends $2 billion every year in financing terrorism throughout the Middle East.”