Trump Heated, Saturday Night Tweet-Storm: “Spying on Our Own President”

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Look out, “he” is on another tweet storm.

Thankfully, this one constitutes hard evidence that Trump is feeling the heat, bigly. He must be worried that soliciting a bribe from a foreign country to meddle in the U.S. election is a crime or something. He went “third person,” where he goes when most maligned by truth. I guess he believes his victimhood rings clearer?

Not done:

Yes, I know he is “officially” quoting someone else, and yet you know as well as I do that he’s actually not. Those words are his, just “adopted.”

But, this is how he does it. It is all now – according to Don – about the process itself, how his actions got to be discovered, not about his actions or what was said.

In the “FISA issue,” he wanted to investigate the investigators, and make an enemy out of Jim Comey. He now doesn’t want to talk about his actual bribery of the Ukraine, he wants to discuss why it is that someone was “spying” on him, and make that “spy” the enemy of the United States. It is all a plot against him, it always is, according to First-Victim.

This is why we have whistleblower statutes. Because sometimes someone sees things, and doesn’t want to explain how or why they know of the issue, nor do they want to face the wrath of a superior, caught in a crime.

But, more importantly, we know that Trump is deeply worried. He has lost the discipline needed to stay quiet about what the actual scandal might entail, and has now legitimized the Washington Post story. He is, in effect, admitting that he solicited a bribe from Ukraine. This is the “so what?” phase, with the victimhood built-in.

Last, and perhaps I am the only lawyer on earth who sees it this way since I haven’t seen it mentioned elsewhere, but I think he just “waived” his right to “executive privilege” by discussing the contents of the whistleblower claim, and referring it to a Fox News Media analyst. Remember, all privileges can be waived, and once they’re waived, they do not come back. He cannot – in my mind – pick and choose which aspects of the whistleblower complaint he discusses. He is supposed to have some level of discipline.

Ha, I know. “Discipline.”

We will see. One thing that ought to put a small smile on your face and you consider your Saturday evening, Trump is one scared man. It would seem that his fear is sincere, which is ironic, since …

Never mind. Happy Saturday night.

UPDATE TIME MORE TWEETS: Rollin’ rollin rollin, keep that tweet-fest rollin, rawhide!

And:

They’re CRAZY I tell ya’. HE is fine. Ask him. THEY are crazy!

Sigh. I need to rest. Mae is right.

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Peace, y’all

Jason

jmiciak@yahoo.com

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11 Comments on "Trump Heated, Saturday Night Tweet-Storm: “Spying on Our Own President”"

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DHG
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His blood pressure has to be through the roof, no med is going to lower it from all this, may he stroke out and soon.

Chris Whitley
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Chris Whitley

Yeah he’s running scared. It just dawned on him that this could take him down and knock him out of presidency. And if that happens he has a whole list of criminal complaints against him.

Mick owens
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Mick owens

I dont see anyone thats prepaired to impeach Trump… he is above the law!!!!!!’

Jon
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Does he know he’s a public servant and works for the citizens of a free country? This is not a private corporation, Mr. Trump. Being a free country means we have a right to know what is going on. You cannot operate in total secrecy!

Paul Caddenhead
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Paul Caddenhead

No. He doesn’t know. Or care. He doesn’t have to.

Mick owens
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Mick owens

Yes he can, the prick has been doing it rom the start!!’n

Paul Caddenhead
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Paul Caddenhead

Not that much of a mystery with regard to the source of the “quotes.” Taxpayers are providing Donald with an assistant whose primary duty is simply to enable his twitter, for about $179,000 per year. Working together, this is about the best they can do, it is more transparent than they apparently realize. I’m not fooled. https://politi.co/2JJC2aE?fbclid=IwAR3LBVV9P3KImPjtytafwclS7We9RZPLBHTDVI4RPJDh_dpakk2Ef4ZFlMI

Paul Caddenhead
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Paul Caddenhead

No lesser authority than Gregg Jarrett, of Fox. Wow.

Dick Panico
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Dick Panico
..Apparently , Trump views himself in the past ,or third person . He never says me , he says our President, ( who the hell is our ) President. ..When in fact most Americans see him as “THE FAKE PRESIDENT “. And most ,honestly believe he’s (the fake president) and doesn’t represent the majority of US . …He represents his , and his families money. That’s the most important thing in his life . …He’s a fake Christian, fake conservative, fake Evangelical, with fake ( duck bill hair) , fake elevator shoes , fake orange face , fake teeth ,… Read more »
Allan
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Allan

Haha ‘fake sources’..like when he rings up Forbes as john barron requesting to be included on the billionaire list..

Dick Panico
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Dick Panico

Yes , yes , that’s true , Trumps alter ego , is John
Barron . And when he lied it was as John , not as Don . So he’s not responsible for what John did/does . Is that clear ?