Trump — Becoming HRC’s Opponent — Never Got Properly Vetted!
Russiagate has been a long twisted tale … but never the primary problem!
Investigative journalism and authorship, together with Wikileaks releases, have shown Trump was meant to become Hillary Clinton’s 2016 general election opponent. The theory was Trump would push the GOP so far to the political right that Hillary, as the nation’s first female president, would easily win.
America’s media was all in!
Michael Weddle Prophetic Facebook Post on November 13, 2015 at 12:42 PM
The ONLY sensible candidate running, among all of them, is Bernie Sanders. Not only has he aptly identified the…
But the political set-up got disrupted when the pesky Bernie Sanders genuinely captured the electorate’s populist eye not only among progressive Democrats, but especially among Independent voters. Sanders, in fact, led Trump by double digits throughout the whole primary season; whereas Clinton’s lead over Trump was often only outside the margin of polling error.
It does appear Clinton’s powerful media connections had set the table so Trump, once the GOP nominee, would then get fully vetted for baggage in Trump’s past. It wouldn’t surprise me a bit to learn that the well-publicized Trump “pussy-grab” recording had been tucked into the Clinton Campaign war room back at the beginning of the campaign.
So Trump never got hit hard before, during and shortly after his presidential announcement. When Trump used a fake veterans organization to promote his speech aboard the USS Iowa before the Iowa Caucus, only one mainstream reporter called him out.
When it was proven Trump had been an imposter impersonating himself to news media, this was treated by main media with humor instead of scorn and condemnation. In essence, Trump got a free ride, his campaign generated about five billion dollars in free publicity and even his bad press often got turned into good press.
Donald J. Trump = Fraud Using Veterans for Political Gain! - Steemit
6/14/18 NOTE: This was originally written as a Facebook Note on January 29, 2016. I always wondered why mainstream…
When the media finally turned on Trump it was too late!
Indeed, Clinton’s media connections were so powerful her campaign chair, John Podesta, immediately went to work at The Washington Post when her campaign ended; her campaign manager, Robby Mook, went to work at CNN. Meanwhile, as Wikileaks has shown, mainstream news articles written about Clinton were often vetted by the campaign before the media released what it wrote to the public.
Clinton’s coronation seemed so inevitable that Wikileaks, according to The Mueller Report, assigned Trump only a 25% chance of getting elected. Indeed, Clinton — going into into November’s voting da — saw polling organizations boost she had a nine out of 10 chance at victory.
In a world of irony, it turned out Hillary Clinton got vetted due to the Wikileaks publications, while Trump was not vetted during the early primary season. Again, when the media finally did turn its guns on Trump, it was too late. By this time, the Clinton campaign had become too infested with fleas. Trump won.
Removing Trump From The Presidency
Once he got elected, the game became trying to get rid of Trump. The sensible path never got taken because there was too much overall corruption in the 2016 election. The best way to have accomplished this would have been to invalidate the entire 2016 election, due to Democrats cheating in the primary and Republicans cheating with its Crosscheck Voter Elimination computerized system in the general election.
However, where we really needed a Special Elections Commission, instead we got a convoluted and sensationalized Russiagate story with a Special Prosecutor. Russigate was always promulgated on questionable and unsubstantiated evidence and would never succeed, a point I repeatedly made since the very first day’s accusation of Russian involvement.
I’ve always contended the way to expose Trump has always been rooted to his failure to reasonably conduct the duties of the presidency for the good of the nation; Trump’s extensive background and shady business deals with mobside connections; and for obvious and apparent past sex scandals.
The recent indictment of Jeffrey Epstein begs the question:
Why were the scandalous Epstein issues hidden during the 2016 election, given both Bill Clinton and Donald Trump each held seriously close relationships with Epstein and each possessing a history of travel on “The Lolita Express?”
Clearly, Russiagate was a waste of time. One must ask the following two questions:
- Has Wikileaks Publisher Julian Assange been silenced because of his capability to bring forward transparent exposures against the Trump Administration?
- Did the leadership of the Democratic Party each shoot themselves in the foot by attacking, instead of embracing, Wikileaks?