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Useful Idiot, Willing Asset, Or Traitor

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      https://www.rawstory.com/2019/05/mueller-gave-trum...

      Ed Buckner popped this story on Yabberz. I have a slightly different take, and I share to my thousands of FB friends and followers.

      At any rate, the more people who read this story, the better.

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      Useful Idiot, Willing Accomplice, Or Traitor?

      (Bravo to the author of my seed article! Excellent work.)


      When it is proved, and it will be, that Trump enlisted the aid of Russian spies to corrupt the electoral process and steal the Presidential election, much to the advantage of his organized crime partners; then we will know that Trump is an idiot, accomplice and traitor. We already know that he is an idiot and accomplice from his public statements.

      We know now that 45* hates the United States. We know that the people who support him want to destroy our country, end democracy worldwide, and kill us. If you don't know that they want to kill us all, then re-read the words of the head of the N.R.A. who said that it "might be necessary" to kill everyone who disagrees with their extremist, racist murderous beliefs. The rest is proved pretty nicely in my seed article.

      Trump is a useful idiot by profession. He has devoted his life to conspicuous idiocy. He thinks that by playing the fool he proves that everyone is as stupid as he is. But, he can't even read and write. He thinks that being a successful criminal shows that everyone should be as crooked, and proud of it, as he is. But, he is hunted; and he will be run to ground and killed, eventually, like an animal. Because he is a traitor! Everyone saw Trump invite Russian hackers and spies to interfere in elections, everyone knows that they did. Everyone knows that criminals in the Republican Caucus are covering up that very interference. So Trump, and his supporters are willing accomplices. They know it's illegal and they know it's treason; but they do it anyway because they believe that they can get away with it: that's the definition of criminality. They are criminals. We should put them in prison.

      Has Trump taken the final step and committed treasonous acts? Of course he has, right up front, when he invited Russian hackers and trolls to interfere.

      Was that the plan all along, and, oh so mafia-like: Commit treason in plain sight, and dare anyone to do anything about it. When they don't, everything after that pales in comparison, and you can do anything; such as replace "law" with mafia-style arbitration, threaten and harm anyone who opposes you and your campaign, and you are unimpeded in installing totalitarianism as our form of government, with Trump as absolute autocrat (where his word IS law).

      Idiot, Conspirator AND Traitor! Now, that is a definition that I will accept for my President of the United States.


      Sure makes you wonder who: "unindicted co- conspirator" is. And why? What sin is so great that one would commit treason to hide it? What dream of Avarice is so alluring that one would commit fratricide to make concrete, what hate so all-consuming as to justify? And why did our law enforcement fail us? That's the question that overshadows all others. Why did law enforcement betray the People of the United States?

      Our government, as things stand, is probably a fraud and a counterfeit. If anyone should know the answer to that question, it is the federal police. But, they don't include us in the loop. No one has our backs. Damn! I almost forgot that "collusion" thing. Trump colludes every time he has secret meetings with criminal dictators. They may be making secret plans to make sure that everyone has a happy birthday this year, or are in direct extremely personal contact planning to overthrow the United States government and end democracy worldwide. I don't know. There are people who do. I know one thing though: if it's the latter, and Trump received any sort of instructions from Putin without informing Congress, or aid from them in fixing any election, anywhere, then the crime is treason and impeachable, and the punishments may include death.

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      Donald Trump Calls For The Execution Of Four Americans

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          “Sir," NBC’s Peter Alexander said, "the Constitution says treason is punishable by death.”

          Trump gave a slight nod of acknowledgment.

          “You’ve accused your adversaries of treason,” Alexander continued. “Who specifically are you accusing of treason?”

          Trump named

          James Comey

          Andrew McCabe

          Peter Strzok

          Lisa Page

          Chilling, when you have a President who will name his political opponents as guilty of treason, knowing that treason is punishable by death.

          He just quite literally called for his political opponents to be executed, just because they oppose him.

          I TOLD you all...before the election in 2016...that Trump did not want to be President...he wanted to be KING OF AMERICA.

          I hate being right.

          https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2019/05/23...

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          Yes, Congress Can Walk And Chew Gum....

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              This Congress has passed over 100 bills since they took their seats in January, many of them are bipartisan. They are timely and necessary. Congress is quite capable of chewing gum, walking and and a few other things on the side. The Senate is another case indeed. The Senate Majority Leader, has proclaimed himself, "The Grim Reaper," because he is where the bills go to die. If you are one of those people who believe that Congress is too obsessed with Trump to do their jobs, you are woefully uninformed or maybe you would rather repeat talking points, regardless of reality.

              I think most of the Congress would love nothing more than impeaching Donald J Trump. They eventually will, I have no doubt. As things are, it would be hard to believe that the Senate would indict. In return, we also know that that it will only inflame him, make him more off the hook, desperate and dangerous than he already is, but it is not not likely to remove him. Tolerating this behavior from the Executive Branch, sets a terrible precedent for the behavior of future Presidents.

              We have a complicit Senate Majority, who fear being primaried, more than they fear the fascist wannabe dictator in the Oval Office. A good number of them are members in good standing of the John Birch Society, the few that aren't; have learned that it's better to look the other way. Yes, there are some Democrats, and no, they are not shy. Their outrage is lost to the Majority.

              The Majority of our Senate does not care about anything that Trump does, any more than they care about what he has already done. Yesterday, our President handed Presidential powers over to our AG, who has already lied to Congress, lied to us and arguably obstructed justice. The wall that keeps our DOJ and Executive Branch as separate, but equal entities, has been breached, publicly. The implications are huge and dangerous to all Americans. They are especially dangerous to our press, our lawmakers and anyone who opposes the President.

              Trump has effectively created a Police State, with mountains of propaganda in the way of information, hand picked with Presidential powers, by a man who has lied to Congress, misrepresented a 22 month report because he does not believe that anyone should question our president or concern ourselves with what he does or whom he does it with.

              We live in "interesting," times.

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              Exactly!!

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                  This Was A Banner Week Of Autocratic Outrages From The Fascist Trump Gang

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                      Fascism (/ˈfæʃɪzəm/) is a form of radical, right-wing, authoritarian ultranationalism, characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition, and strong regimentation of society and of the economy

                      The following is a recap of how Trump and company are attempting to take over our country. If ever we could see his attempt to rule/dictate, this past week he’s pushed it into our faces so that we cannot ignore it.

                      I am leaving just a few paragraphs and a link to be read by those of us who resist and openly advocate and fight against Trump’s group of ugly, arrogant and no longer camouflaged authoritarianism.

                      Too many outrages have taken place to make it feasible to copy and paste this entire article, but since the fascism is increasing, I hope Yabberz readers will click on the link and read the report. Our very democracy is under fire!

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                      Intro:

                      Welcome to another edition of What Fresh Hell?, Raw Story’s roundup of news items that might have become controversies under another regime, but got buried – or were at least under-appreciated – due to the daily firehose of political pratfalls, unhinged tweet storms and other sundry embarrassments coming out of the current White House.

                      This was a banner week of outrages from the reliably outrageous Trump gang but we shouldn’t let that obscure the overarching storyline. We’re no longer dealing with creeping authoritarianism; Trump went all-in this week. A president* who has run roughshod over democratic norms, politicized law enforcement and shown nothing but contempt for the co-equal branches of government made two moves that turned it up to 11.


                      Read the report:

                      https://www.rawstory.com/2019/05/democracy-under-fire-the-trump-regime-lurched-harder-toward-authoritarianism-this-week/?utm_source=push_notifications

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                      Why Doesn't Mitch McConnell Care About Election Interference?

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                          https://www.salon.com/2019/05/24/is-this-the-reaso...

                          Why Doesn't Mitch McConnell care about election interference?

                          McConnell's Move To Corrupt Vital Defense Industries:

                          During WW2,and for years after, American kids were part of a desperate effort to salvage aluminum: they gathered little bits of litter from sidewalks - chewing gum wrappers - and painstakingly separated the thin layers of paper and aluminum. We had to have aluminum to defend ourselves: without it we can't fly, or make war. You carried a little ball of aluminum in your pocket.

                          Aluminum is our most vital metal. There's no denying the usefulness of vanadium, and the seriousness of that crisis. Nor the value of titanium. But, no aluminum is as good as the Stone Age.

                          Mitch McConnell has enabled a Russian oligarch, an aluminum tycoon, to make a major by-in into the American aluminum industry. The same Russian oligarch named in the Mueller Investigation; and the same oligarch who was under financial sanctions by the United States government for financial crimes, and suspected of interfering in our elections - not even a year ago.

                          Mitch wants this nightmare to sit on the board of a major aluminum producer right here in America, in Kentucky. Smack dab in the middle of an industry vital to military and high-tech industry. How is it possible that the leaders of this country have become so stupid? Mitch McConnell needs to be seen as a threat to national security. He's an out of control psychotic into self-harm. And, he's unconscionably changing the Constitution every day.

                          Let me ask the almost primal question: do you trust a man who sleeps with the devil? If McConnell works with blackmailers and extortionists, then how do we know that he is not being blackmailed? If he works with election hackers, then how do we know where and when he condones hacking? If McConnell supports Russian billionaires exercising control in vital defense industries, then where does that stop?

                          What gets me is how anyone who calls themselves a Republican can support allowing a Russian oligarch to sit on the Board of a corporation that is part of a vital defense industry. Now that's psychotic! I doubt that they can even recognize themselves in the mirror in the morning.


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                          Get The Politics Out Of Governmant!

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                              https://www.salon.com/2019/05/24/republicans-spent...

                              "There Is Season"
                              Remove The Politics From Government, By Law!

                              (The accompanying article could be confirmed with a dozen others, just for today. )

                              Politics is something for the electoral season. Politics is for clowning around and acting a fool. So, why on earth is politics so much a part of the governing process these days? Powerful government officials not only bring politics into every issue, no matter how universal or urgent; but they use their offices openly for political gain, and personal fetish - the President most of all.

                              Should we not separate politics and governance in sensible ways? There is already some progress: a city council here, and a committee there. They simply define the product, usually an agreement, and require it. They define the job of a representative, and they require him or her to perform their duties, by law. They prescribe penalties. They place some issues above partisanship, and they impose time limits that are personally painful to exceed.
                              Why, logically, should politics and governance be mixed at all. You may have noticed in conversations in this forum that nothing having to do with what we call the political is included in the Constitution. Whoever came up with the idea that the the most powerful man in the world should be allowed to use the power and money of the United States' Government to re-elect himself is insane. Now, we have judges and justices, police and attorneys General, county clerks, dentists and bakers who are partisan.

                              We need to put the kibosh on this trend and knock it flat; this politicization to the point of polarity. It's an addiction, and an indulgence, and we should treat it that way. No more politics 365 days a year. And no more political posturing and preening in legislative chambers, where they should be doing business, not gossiping. No more hiding behind your party; it's cheap, and immature. That's "reality show" government. No more instant politicization of every issue, and every turn of events.
                              No more, "conduct unbecoming," on or off the floor. How? Fine the hell out of them.

                              If we want to have a decent world to live in, we have to get the politics out of government, and realize that when a legislator takes a "political" position he is acting with prejudice and refusing to listen or think. He, or she, really does represent all of us, whether they know it or not.

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