Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Political Videos & Links To Political News...

Tucker Carlson Show - Professor
Mark Blyth Says Trump Win Was Predictable

Trump, GOP Lawmakers, Eye 'Illegal' Leaks In Wake Of Flynn Resignation

Trump Adviser Stephen Miller Forcefully Defends President's
Authority To Defend The Homeland In "Meet The Press" Interview

The Media's Jihad Against The Trump White House Staff

Limbaugh: What Did
Obama Know About Flynn?

'Scumbag' Black Lives Matter Leader Calls White People 'Subhuman'

Democratic CNN Contributor Unsure If Chicago
Attack On Trump Supporter Is Really A Hate Crime

Liberals Howl Over ICE Raids Targeting Criminal Aliens

Stephen Miller Holds Firm On Voter
Fraud Claims With George Stephanopoulos

Clinton Reminds Us Why We're Lucky She Lost The Election

Limbaugh: Why Doesn't Mexico
Want Their Illegal Aliens Back?

Blog Author's Comments: With General Flynn's resignation we have just witnessed an operation by members of the CIA to take out a high official of our own government. An agency widely believed to have brought down democratically elected governments overseas is now practicing the same dark arts in domestic American politics. Almost certainly, its new head, Mike Pompeo, was not consulted. The CIA has gone out of its way to sandbag Flynn at the National Security Council. There are still so many Democrat Party hired, liberal Obama and Clinton supporters working within our government. Now President Trump and the GOP begin the hunt for the White House 'mole' after illegal leaks. The 'leaks' are coming from there are many leftists unelected bureaucrats who are working with the media and Obama's 'shadow government' to take Trump and his people down.

Gen. Flynn is the hardest of hardliners with respect to Russia within the Trump camp. Flynn warned of "an international alliance of evil movements and countries that is working to destroy us. [...] The war is on. We face a working coalition that extends from North Korea and China to Russia, Iran, Syria, Cuba, Bolivia, Venezuela and Nicaragua." The unsubstantiated allegation that he presides over a "leaky" National Security Council tilting towards Russia makes no sense. The only leaks of which we know are politically motivated reports coming from the intelligence community designed to disrupt the normal workings of a democratic government, something that raises grave constitutional issues.

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