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Re: Corruption in Government
« Reply #885 on: March 23, 2019, 12:59:01 pm »

Welcome to Donald Trumpís post-Mueller twilight zone

Bill Palmer | 9:09 am EDT March 23, 2019

Palmer Report Ľ Analysis

Robert Mueller has submitted his report about Donald Trump, but we know hardly anything about whatís in it. Thereís only one person who knows even less than we do about whatís in the report: Donald Trump. He only gets his news from the worst of TV pundits, who tell him what he wants to hear. His own people try to shield him from real news , for fear heíll implode. So not only does he not know whatís in the report, he doesnít know about half of whatís transpired in the Mueller probe in plain sight up to this point.

For instance, Robert Mueller gave a free pass to Donald Trumpís former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn despite his serious crimes, and then Mueller redacted nearly all of Flynnís obviously crucial cooperation. Itís fairly easy for us to parse that the redacted stuff is about Trump or other fish bigger than Flynn, and that the ďstuffĒ in question is surely in Muellerís report. But does Trump even know that any of the above happened? I canít recall if any of Trumpís favorite Fox News hosts bothered to cover any of it.

There are numerous other examples of this kind of thing. Trumpís former campaign vice chairman Rick Gates was still cooperating as recently as last week, which means heís sold out people bigger than his longtime partner in crime Paul Manafort. What did Gates give up on Trump? For that matter, what did the likes of Don McGahn and Steve Bannon give up about Trump during their reported tens of hours of testimony? What all did Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg give up in exchange for his immunity? We donít know the answers to these questions, but we do know the answer isnít ďnothing.Ē

So if Donald Trump is feeling good right about now, itís based on a false sense of security emanating from his own blissful ignorance about everything thatís been happening in plain sight. On some level weíve all been in the Twilight Zone since the day Trump was named the winner of the election. But now Trump in particular is in a Twilight Zone of his own making, because he doesnít even know what all he doesnít know.


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So in other words "we" who have been enduring this nightmare have to keep holding our breath and waiting endlessly for a sign of justice (if any). He continues to be rewarded with free reign over our government and corruptive influence over future electoral processes, (to name a few). And we have to continue to digest all of his lies as "chosen by God", every day on the news and twitter ? No thanks. I'm done with this diseased monstrosity. Barr will try to hide a lot of the report from the eyes of the people. There will be a fight to the death with Congress and the Supreme Courts. Blood will flow.

Agelbert NOTE: John Nesbit has a far better take on the situation than Palmer, who is engaging in a bit of wishful thinking. The level of corruption in our fascist government is absolutely breathtaking. To claim that Trump is not a decisive part of the team working 24/7 to protect their criminal corruption is a big, big mistake. Trump is no genius but he is well versed in corruption and how to use the corrupted Courts to his criminal advantage. Trump knows EXACTLY what he and his wrecking crew need to suppress in the Mueller Report, and HOW to suppress it through a corrupted fascist handmaiden judiciary.

We are in a LOT of FASCIST trouble in this country.

There is only so much of that Long Train of ABUSES (see the Declaration of Independence) that we-the-people will put up with. John Nesbit is right.

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