Is it time to publicly disclose classified intelligence on the Senate floor?

There is Russian interference in the 2020 election, likely not at the scale of 2016, since they’ve garnered numerous financial and political advantages from their many Congressional puppets. Remember when the NRA was a conduit for Russian election interference. Some senators have been suggesting that they might reveal classified information because they are shielded from…

Trump knew about #RussiaBounty, and the truth continues to emerge

Now more evidence emerges in the #RussiaBounty scandal and Trump simply looks to be even more negligent. He was briefed multiple times over the past year. Look for more distractions Tuesday, as multiple agencies engage in CYA statements. x Fact–Obama does not read his intelligence briefings nor does he get briefed in person by the…

National Security Officials Are Concerned About Trump's Phone Calls

New reporting from CNN: From pandering to Putin to abusing allies and ignoring his own advisers, Trump's phone calls alarm US officials In hundreds of highly classified phone calls with foreign heads of state, President Donald Trump was so consistently unprepared for discussion of serious issues, so often outplayed in his conversations with powerful leaders…

Trump golfed today because of NJ rain, retweeted White Power cry, and turned into Sgt. Schultz

So two DNI directors are lying, because it looks like Trump continues to do Russia’s bidding, however badly. And Trump lies because that’s the default position, because like Sargent Schultz, “he knows nothing”. x The Fake News @ nytimes must reveal its “anonymous” source. Bet they can’t do it, this “person” probably does not even…

North Korea blows up inter-Korean liaison office building. The Trump Bromance is over

North Korea blew up an inter-Korean liaison office building just north of the heavily armed border with South Korea, which may be more for domestic consumption, but also signifies the impotence of US-DPRK diplomacy. Easier to develop disinformation blaming South Korea and the US than the PRC. Trump’s incompetence continues as in the aggregate, any diplomacy with the DPRK seemed only a means to distract…

Trump at West Point makes yet another speech and two-hands a glass of water

Rutherfraud B. Trump’s second term will doom any third Reconstruction, but before then, military ceremonies prop up his uses of the armed forces in political campaign stunts. Bringing cadets back to campus was only designed for another IMPOTUS* photo-op, and some self-congratulations: For the first time in 70 years, we established a new branch of the…

Trump pulled troops out of Germany because Putin told him… what? why?

June 1st: Trump talks to Putin on the phone, again. June 5th: Trump announces he’s withdrawing one-third of US troops from Germany June 5th: Putin announces he's moving more troops to Russia's western border with Europe Is he bringing nearly 10,000 troops home for some illegal purpose. x Trump approves plan to withdraw one-third of…

Bay of (split) Wigs: what a service contract to perform a coup d'etat looks like

Jordan Goudreau’s Silvercorp is a US mercenary corporation based in Florida. Two of their American operatives were arrested in Venezuela. WaPo got a copy of a coup d’etat contract. The video begins with Jordan Goudreau posing confidently, flanked by a man wearing an armour plate and a Venezuela flag wrapped around his shoulder. The man introduces Goudreau in…

“I just present the talent” ringmaster Trump spends DoD money on public spectacles

Rather than doubling COVID-19 testing, spectacles worthy of Space Force. Because Stalin had no monopoly on cultural marxism in championing national unity. The Pentagon is planning a multicity tour of the U.S. military’s top flight demonstration teams to “champion national unity” amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to senior U.S. officials and a memo obtained by The…

Nunes denies he told Trump about House Intel briefing, threatens to sue WaPo

The ever-litigious Devin Nunes, fresh off losing a nuisance suit, tells Fox News he’s going to sue the Washington Post. Moo. The official, Shelby Pierson, said several times during the briefing that Russia had “developed a preference” for Trump, according to a U.S. official familiar with her comments. That conclusion was part of a broader discussion…