Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Putin is Not Happy With His Puppet

It seems Russia is not pleased that Trump took out Suleimani. Newsweek: Russia Says U.S. Soleimani Strike Will Damage Regional Stability, Impact Millions of People Russia's Foreign Ministry has condemned the U.S. assassination of Islamic Revolutionary...

Explosive report indicates that Donald Trump’s loans from Deutsche Bank were back by Russia

The reasons that Donald Trump would need a massive distraction at this point are numerous. Every day seems to produce fresh evidence that the White House was fully aware Trump’s delay of military assistance...
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Protesters withdraw from Iraq embassy after prime minister promises vote on removing U.S. forces

The multi-day siege of the U.S. embassy in Baghdad has come to an end—for now—after Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi stated that he would require U.S. troops to leave Iraq, and militia leaders instructed...
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Trump and Putin talk about ‘mutual interests,’ as U.S. learns about the call from...

On Sunday evening, the nation learned that there had been another phone call between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. That in itself might seem alarming, considering that Trump has just been impeached for taking actions...
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Explosive Story: 84 Days of Infighting Among Highest Officials Over Withheld Aid

As hard as it is to believe, we have underestimated the intensity and breadth of the fight within the White House about Trump’s hold on Ukrainian aid. Surprisingly high and formerly undisclosed officials desperately fought against Trump’s plan. A devastating new report in the New York Times led by Maggie Haberman, practically screams that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, and National Security Director John Bolton must testify, as democracy’s fate might ride on whether the Senate suppresses this critical testimony or a majority manages to compel subpoenas. The new information, never previously reported, involves two critical matters. It reports the intensity of a fight that was entirely out in the open among staff. This reckless and explosive plan was not closely guarded by a secret small group of people. Second, new information includes the fact that the people fighting the issue included officials at the highest levels of our government. Pompeo, Esper, Bolton, not mere White House staffers, but Senate approved department heads clashed with Trump and Mulvaney. These cabinet officials knew of the plan. They involved themselves in an attempt to talk Trump out of it, and damn well knew that the entire thing was about helping Russia and attacking Biden, and not Ukrainian corruption for godsake. They knew exactly why Trump was taking a selfish, Russian-based and illegal risk. If these men do not testify, history will recored that the entire trial was a political hit job by Republicans, Trump, and quite possibly, the Russians. The fight started early: In June, Trump first asked about putting aid to Ukraine on hold — and on June 27, aide Robert B. Blair warned, “Expect Congress tobecome unhinged.” Blair feared that Trump’s request would further the narrative that he was pro-Russian government. No wonder the administration attempted to hide and find a legal justification, for keeping the matter from Congress. Should we note that “fighting Ukrainian corruption” is inconsistent with fear that withholding aid will appear pro-Russian. In a “previously undisclosed” Oval Office meeting that took place in late August, according to the NYT, Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper, as well as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton “tried but failed to convince” Trump that “releasing the aid was in interests of the United States.” Trump was doing this at least as much to help the Russians as helping his own campaign. Of course, the dual motivation is one in the same. As summarized by Rawstory: A key figure in the turmoil during that 84-day period was Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, who the Times describes as a “conduit for transmitting Mr. Trump’s demands for the freeze across the administration.” And the Times reports that “by September, after the freeze had become public and scrutiny was increasing, the blame game inside the administration was in full swing.” They knew shit was coming, that possible arrests were in their near future and they were scared shitless, probably still are. They needed McConnell, and they needed Collins to cover this entire thing up. “The task of dealing with the president’s demands fell primarily to a group of political appointees in the West Wing and the budget office, most with personal and professional ties to Mr. Mulvaney,” And not a single […]
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Yet another Russia hacker has confessed to attacking the DNC email systems and more

In 2017 Buzzfeed news has recently reported that an audio recording of court proceeding in Moscow, reported via the Russia outlet The Bell, indicates that Russian hacker Konstantin Kozlowsky confessed to having been part...

Trump: “As far as the cyber, …we should be better than anybody else, and...

The collusion of IMPOTUS and Russia continues while he waits for his trial. One area that will see greater problems as cybersecurity experts leave the federal government because of Trump, is the electronic vulnerability...
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Russian oligarch money and the GOP: 2016 repeats itself as the receipts are finally...

The FBI has received Spanish wiretaps from an investigation of Russian money laundering through NRA that implicates Donald Trump Jr. Then there’s the money that GOP leadership received including the transfers made during the...
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Giuliani’s criminal buddies had a LOT of inside information as they tried to do...

The Ukrainian gas executive who was wooed by now-indicted Rudy Giuliani associates Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman has talked to the Associated Press, giving details about the deals Parnas and Fruman were trying to do in...

“no puppet, no puppet”, He definitely is a puppet

The disinformation campaign continues, and Trump at Mar-a-Lago will undoubtedly do stupid things. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1208228299119439878 https://twitter.com/AdamParkhomenko/status/1208460805060071425 ran out of mirrors or the make-up sprayer broke They own him: Trump touts Putin speaking out against his impeachment - The Washington Post...

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