#TrumpTurds And The Klingon Cloaking Devise. Pt. 1

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Apparently there is some type of advanced technology that prohibits Trump supporters from seeing and hearing “inconvenient things”, like:

  • REALITY and

Apparently this devise is Klingon in origin and/or nature, as in the Klingon Cloaking devise.

Most folks when they read, see, hear, and study the facts and evidence come to logical conclusions.

NOT so with Trump and his navel gazing supporters. 

Put on a pot of coffee…below is a detailed look at the facts and the law, and the possible conclusion of following the law. It is long, BUT it dissects and details a goodly portion of what IS necessary to evict the fraud and con, Trump…

(THREAD) Last June, I and some others said Mueller had a “prima facie” case on Trump for Obstruction—that is, a case that’s evidently correct unless proven otherwise. Today, that’s the consensus. But Obstruction is more confusing than some realize. Here’s a thread on why that is.

2/ On June 8, a day after I wrote about bringing an Obstruction case against Trump under one of the several means to do so—18 U.S.C. § 1512(b)—the New York Times posted a helpful note on the various subsections of the Federal Code that prohibit obstructing an official proceeding.

3/ 18 U.S.C. § 1503 prohibits “corruptly endeavoring to influence any officer of any court in the discharge of his duty.” This is the most direct way to charge someone, and carries a maximum penalty of 10 years.


4/ You will often hear people say that Obstruction is a “specific intent crime.” “Specific intent” means that you intended your actions to achieve a specific result and desired that that specific result be achieved.

5/ “Specific intent crimes” require that a prosecutor show “specific intent,” considered the highest level of intent a prosecutor can have to prove in a case. Usually we see the words “intentionally” or “purposefully” in a statute when we’re looking at a “specific intent crime.”

6/ Working our way down from the highest level of intent, we next come to “general intent”—usually indicated in statutes by the word “knowingly.” To “knowingly” do something is to appreciate the nature of your actions without necessarily intending them to cause a specific result.

7/ So if you stand in a crowd windmilling your arms and hit someone in the nose, “specific intent” means you intended to injure someone (whether or not that particular victim) by windmilling your arms; “general intent” simply means you were aware you were windmilling your arms.

8/ Other levels of intent include “recklessly” doing something and “negligently” doing something (I’m putting aside the complication of so-called “involuntary” statutes, crimes subject to a “duress” defense, and a “diminished capacity” to form intent caused by drugs or alcohol).

9/ So when people call Obstruction a specific-intent crime, which they do, they are saying the alleged obstructor has to have acted with the “specific intent” that their actions obstruct the administration of justice—whether or not (this is key) justice ended up being obstructed.

10/ But one thing you’ll notice is that when people write articles about a possible Obstruction charge against Trump in the Trump-Russia case, they almost never say which statute they’re referring to. So go back for a moment and look at 18 U.S. Code § 1503:

11/ The language there—”corruptly endeavoring to influence any officer of any court in the discharge of his duty.”

1512(b)(3) says “corruptly attempts to persuade another person with intent to prevent communication to a judge relating to possible commission of a federal offense.”

12/ Meanwhile, 18 U.S. Code § 1505—the third federal criminal statute mentioned by the Times—prohibits “corruptly attempting to influence the proper administration of the law under which any pending proceeding is being had before any department or agency of the United States.”

13/ The upshot is this: lawyers who write about Trump being charged with Obstruction always focus on the word “corruptly”—because that’s a constant in all the statutes potentially in play—but never name a statute, because there are other elements that differ between the statutes.

14/ Here’s how confusing it all is: because we don’t know what evidence Mueller will rely upon, and because we don’t even know all the evidence he has, and because we technically don’t even know which statute he’ll focus on, many disagree on where we are:

3 potential problems for an obstruction of justice case against Trump

Why some experts think Mueller would need a lot more to make a case.

15/ I’ll say this: the Dershowitz argument—that a president can’t break the law when exercising his constitutional authority—is false. No one else says this or believes it. A president can exercise his constitutional authority in every way BUT corruptly—this is a legal certainty.

16/ A basic principle of constitutional and statutory interpretation is this—a court will *never* interpret the U.S. Constitution or a statute in any way that renders it nonsensical. The Constitution would be nonsensical if it explicitly authorized the president to commit crimes.

17/ What this means is that Trump CAN fire James Comey because he doesn’t like his fashion sense—Comey is in the Executive Branch of government, and Trump runs the Executive Branch. But Trump CANNOT fire Comey if his intention is to obstruct the proper administration of justice.

18/ 1503—”corruptly endeavor to influence an officer of the court in his duty” 1505—”corruptly attempt to influence administration of the law in pending proceeding” 1512—”corruptly attempt to persuade a person with intent to prevent communication to a judge commission of a crime”

19/ You can see that 1512 is the highest bar in some respects—it says “persuade,” not “influence,” which is more specific; it says “with intent to prevent communication,” whereas the other two don’t require that intent or aim—but on the other hand it does seem to fit these facts.

20/ Some falsely say there was no “official proceeding” pending at the time Trump had his conversations with Comey. But in fact, even if the FBI had brought no charges against anyone yet, and had no grand jury, it was still before the FISA court seeking (and receiving) warrants.

21/ It doesn’t matter if Trump knew or didn’t know that the FBI was already before a court on its broader investigation into Trump-Russia ties. And it shouldn’t matter that Comey hadn’t been before a court yet—we don’t think—on Flynn, as Flynn was part of a broader investigation.

22/ Moreover, there’s a chance—though we don’t know this—that the FBI may have been before a court at some point in its surveillance of Kislyak, or as part of the unmasking of Flynn which came as a result of the counter-intelligence capture of Kislyak’s telephonic communications.

23/ Generally speaking, FBI agents aren’t officers of the court (that refers to judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, or attorneys for a civil party). That’s why 1505 is what we’re looking at—unless Comey is seen as a “witness” (because he’s an FBI agent, not a DOJ prosecutor).

24/ For this reason, 18 U.S. Code § 1515 suddenly becomes important—because it offers us the *definition* of “corruptly” as it is used in 1505. Here’s the definition: “acting with an improper purpose…by…concealing information.” So what would the concealed information be here?

25/ Well, the “improper purpose” Trump would have for trying to convince FBI Director Comey to drop the Flynn case and stop investigating his (Trump’s) ties to Russia is pretty clear: protecting himself from prosecution—and thus, presumably, concealing they had committed a crime.

26/ So here are the major problems I have with the Obstruction analyses I’ve seen so far: (a) They don’t specify statute.

(b) They don’t acknowledge that statutes differ.

(c) They don’t acknowledge some are harder to prove than others.

(d) They don’t clarify the issue of intent.

27/ Under 1505, the only “specific intent” Trump would have to have would be (a) the aim of influencing a pending case, (b) to protect himself from prosecution—which, as I said last June, we already have from just *two pieces of evidence* that are more or less incontrovertible.

28/ PIECE OF EVIDENCE 1: Comey says, contemporaneously memorialized, and told others Trump at a minimum tried to “influence” him on whether to charge Flynn.

PIECE OF EVIDENCE 2: Trump told NBC he fired Comey because “this Russia thing with Trump and Russia is a made-up story.”

29/ The first piece of evidence is inarguably an effort to “influence” Comey’s pending Flynn investigation; the second piece of evidence shows Trump’s awareness that *he himself* was caught up in the Russia probe and was therefore in possible legal jeopardy from its continuation.

30/ So on those facts *alone* Mueller would have proof of an “attempt to influence” and an “improper purpose” for attempting to influence. This is not to mention Trump telling the Russians that firing Comey “took pressure off him”—*more* proof of Trump’s clearly improper purpose.

31/ And it goes without saying we have *much* more evidence of the “attempt to influence” (trying to get Sessions to recuse himself, pressuring Congress to drop its probes) and “improper purpose” (asking Comey to pledge loyalty to *him* rather than the Constitution or U.S. laws).

32/ If the case were under 1503 (assuming Comey were somehow treated as an “officer of the court”) it’d be just as easy: all you’d need is “endeavoring to influence for an improper purpose.” Under 1512? An improper purpose for trying to keep Comey from bringing Flynn into court.

With all this in mind, I turn to Renato’s article today in POLITICO:

It’s Now Likely Mueller Thinks Trump Obstructed Justice

Thursday’s bombshell news points toward one conclusion: The special counsel has the goods on the president.


33/ Renato believed and wrote on June 8—as did I—that an average person would almost certainly be charged with Obstruction on these facts. Unlike Renato, I didn’t and don’t think a federal prosecutor has right or authority to treat a president differently from an average citizen.

34/ Federal prosecutors are political beings—they’re influenced by politics and sometimes end up running for political office. So they’re sometimes wrongly swayed by the political implications of their decisions. But there’s zero support in the law or Constitution for doing this.

35/ From Day One on this feed, I’ve analyzed the Trump-Russia case under the (correct) presumption all citizens are equal under U.S. law—including presidents. While the Constitution gives POTUS special authority, as we’ve noted that authority does NOT extend to committing crimes.

36/ So I, and you, and EVERYONE should dismiss any part of any legal analysis that says a president gets more leash to commit a crime without being prosecuted than the average citizen does—that’s a political calculation that benefits the rich and powerful and has no basis in law.

37/ Here’s the second paragraph of Renato’s piece in POLITICO:

38/ The word “prudent” here means “political”—Renato is, quite understandably, speaking of a prosecutor who wants to keep his or her job and (moreover) possibly advance in their legal career or make the jump into politics. But let’s be clear—such an analysis isn’t based in *law*.

39/ In Renato’s defense, he cites the Dershowitz Defense as a basis for thinking Trump might get more leeway in firing Comey. But that defense is a binary (either right or wrong). If being POTUS doesn’t permit you to commit crimes, POTUS is no different from a citizen under 1505.

40/ Any jury looking at Obstruction for Trump would bifurcate the issues: 1) Can a POTUS commit crimes if he’s exercising constitutional authority? 2) If not—and the answer is indeed “no”—did Trump violate 1505 under the same standard as would be applied to the average citizen?

41/ Where I think Renato *does* have a point is in implying that referring an indictment against a president is *in the first instance* a political issue—as a sitting president can’t be indicted (he must be impeached first). So a prosecutor might well *have* to consider politics.

42/ But Mueller isn’t a prosecutor—at least as to Trump—he’s an investigator.His decision will be on whether Trump violated the law. Likewise, Rosenstein (DOJ) is simply charged with deciding whether Trump violated the law.

It’s CONGRESS that will make political calculations.

43/ So the “prudent” prosecutor Renato describes (a) wouldn’t be Mueller, who must simply look at the law and refer to DOJ, and (b) isn’t Rosenstein at DOJ, because *he* wouldn’t be the prosecutor of Trump in the first instance (i.e., at an impeachment). Thus, Renato errs, here.

44/ So I go back to my point that there’s no “prudent prosecutor” at the FBI or DOJ who must—or even can—take politics into account here, and that that sort of “prudence” (if it arose) would just be a Special Counsel or DOJ lawyer making a political calculation *for themselves*.

45/ I think Renato also errs in equating “impeding” and “influencing” the administration of justice. He admits both words can apply to 1505, but the moment he moves to the question of intent he opts for the *higher* standard—”impede.” This is where—I fear—politics is creeping in.

46/ Unless he or she is making a political calculation inapplicable to an average citizen, no prosecutor opts for a higher mental state in a case than they’re required to prove. “Intent to influence” and “intent to impede” are both “specific intent”—the latter is harder to prove.

47/ Consider: “intent to impede” might require a prosecutor to show that Trump wanted to *shut down the entire Trump-Russia probe permanently*. “Intent to influence” is proven the *moment* Trump knowingly inserts himself into the issue at *all*—even if it’s entirely haplessly.

48/ So when Renato says of Trump’s comments to NBC, “Trump followed them up by indicating he thought the investigation was bogus—his defense to obstruction could be he genuinely believed the Russia investigation was meritless.”

No! It couldn’t be. Not under “intent to influence.”

49/ So what I see some federal prosecutors doing here is—with the best intentions—arrogating to themselves the “political calculations” that are *Congress’ to make*, and thereby making the Obstruction case against Trump *much* harder to make out than it actually is under the law.

50/ It’s literally *no defense whatsoever* under 18 U.S. Code § 1505 to say “I thought the investigation of me was stupid!”Imagine for a moment if citizens charged with obstructing investigations into them could say, “Well, I thought it was bullsh*t, so why can’t I obstruct it?”

51/ Renato even says Trump could defend himself by saying he “didn’t understand the consequences of firing Comey.”

No—he couldn’t.

As long as he understood he was talking to the federal agent working on Flynn’s case and hoped to “influence” that person as to that case, it’s over.

52/ What I think Renato does a great job of is showing how Mueller can make his Obstruction case against Trump *as strong as possible*—but that is *entirely* separate from the question of whether Mueller had a “prima facie” Obstruction case on Trump in June 2017. He did. He does.

53/ Here’s why this matters:

(1) Trump wants to fire Mueller.

(2) If Mueller refers Obstruction, he comes unfireable.

(3) If Mueller artificially raises the bar for Obstruction, he might never refer it.

(4) If he delays referring it, he’ll be fired before he can.

See the issue?

54/ We always wonder why the rich and powerful get away with things the rest of us couldn’t. What this thread has been about is breaking down the Obstruction case against Trump to show that how we’re discussing it perfectly explains why the rich and powerful get better treatment.

55/ *This* is why—not to be salacious, or to get more widely read, or to get ahead of a story—I said last June Trump was guilty of Obstruction. As a former public defender—not a federal prosecutor with a “political” mind—I proudly look *only* at the law, *not* at the defendant.

PS/ A smart reader notes Mueller could choose to test the “you can’t indict a sitting POTUS” presumption by indicting Trump *now* and going all the way to SCOTUS to *test* the Dershowitz Defense. If he wins, he declaws Trump allies dramatically at subsequent impeachment hearings.

NOTE/ I like and respect Renato. In noting federal prosecutors have to be political beings to avoid being fired, I’m not impugning anyone’s character—the reality is the reality, and no individual federal prosecutor could change it. But that culture has dangerous implications now.

Part 2. will also present evidence and facts that “somehow” eludes the detection of #TrumpTards.

The egregious problem of the “ostrich with it’s head in the sand” approach here and now is that, well, America, The Constitution, and LIBERTY are at stake.

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.


Snippets and Blasts

This will be a posting of headlines, links, memes, evidence, and the like in a short, concise manner, followed with a “the trumpet blast” of truth, hence the article’s title.


Jeff Sessions has sold out Donald Trump to Robert Mueller

[NOTE: This is so good I will post excerpts, let it speak for itself, with minimal commetary.]

All along we’ve known two things about Jeff Sessions:

  1. He loves using the Attorney General job to carry out his racist agenda,
  2.  And his early recusal meant that he was never going to show Donald Trump any loyalty when it came time to protect himself.

That meant Sessions was always going to keep the AG job as long as he could, and then sell out Trump to Robert Mueller as soon as he had to. It turns out that moment was last week.

It was clear something was up last night when it leaked that Trump and Sessions had asked FBI Director Christopher Wray to fire FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, in an attempt at obstructing the Trump-Russia investigation. This meant that Mueller had Sessions nailed not just for famously lying to the Senate a year ago, but also for obstruction of justice. In other words, Mueller had Sessions nailed, meaning Sessions was going to have to flip on Trump – and he has.

Sessions gave a voluntary interview to Mueller last week which lasted several hours, according to the a new report from the New York Times today (link). The fact that the interview took place at all means that Sessions decided to cooperate. The fact that it lasted for several hours means that Sessions did indeed give Mueller much or all of what he wanted; otherwise the interview would have been rather short and Mueller would have instead hit Sessions with a grand jury subpoena. SOURCE

As we explained, Jeff Sessions was always going to sell out Donald Trump in the end to save himself. That part isn’t a surprise. But it’s a big deal that it’s happening right now. Mueller has managed to get Sessions on board with the prosecution before Mueller’s interview with Trump takes place. This means Mueller will go into that interview armed with far more evidentiary ammunition.


How many Trumpanzees have now been charged, indicted, and flipped?

Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign chairman. CHARGED.

Rick Gates, one of Manafort’s business partners. CHARGED.

Steve Bannon, Trump’s chief of staff, and right hand man. FLIPPED

George Papadopoulos, a former Trump campaign adviser. CHARGED AND FLIPPED.

Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser. CHARGED AND FLIPPED.


Jeff Sessions has NOT been indicted- yet- and may not be because he preemptively went and VOLUNTARILY MET AND COOPERATED with Mueller…i.e. FLIPPED AND CUT A DEAL.

Watch for Jared Kushner and Donnie Trump, Jr. to be next.


Besides Flynn, Sessions, and Papadopoulos, who else has been interviewed and is cooperating with Mueller? Oh, just THIS GUY:

Breaking: Trump Panics As Mueller’s Secret Interview with James Comey Comes to Light


Probably the ONLY time DT was HONEST (other than when he expressed HIS TRUE feelings about certain countries calling them “Sh*tholes”) was when in an LIVE INTERVIEW admitted he fired Comey because Comey wouldn’t drop the Russian investigation…how’d that work for you “Dumpster Fire” Donnie?


When a porn star, or ANYONE (Putin) for that matter, have dirt on you they WILL use it to blackmail, and manipulate you into doing what they want, witness this:

Trump’s Porn-Star Scandal Just Took a Worse Turn

If the nation weren’t already in the midst of a historic crisis created by a mentally unstable racist traitor illegally occupying the office of President of the United States, the fact that he’s being blackmailed by a porn star would be getting bigger headlines. 

BREAKING: We just filed a complaint with the & alleging ‘s $130,000 hush money to Stormy Daniels is a violation of federal campaign finance law:


Mike Pence certainly didn’t help Trump out today, and in fact he may have been purposely trying to hurt Trump, when he made a point of denying the allegations – but that’s not the big story here. It turns out Trump violated campaign finance laws with the method he used for paying the $130,000 to Stormy Daniels.

Now a criminal complaint has been filed against him (Trump) by an activist group called Common Cause, and we’ve learned from past sex-and-hush-money scandals that this is where it gets ugly for him.

When John Edwards tried paying off his mistress years ago, he ended up facing criminal charges for violating campaign finance laws. Those charges ultimately didn’t stick, but as it dragged out in the court of law, it ensured that the scandal stuck to Edwards in the court of public opinion. Now that Trump’s payoff to Daniels is a criminal matter, it’s going to be around for quite a while. The criminal developments regarding the money will force it to remain in the news; the media will respond by focusing on the salacious aspects of it.


German Bank Rats Out Jared Kushner to Robert Mueller



A Florida Newspaper Just Exposed Trump In A Massive Tax Evasion Scheme



FBI Just Found $30M Money Funnel Into Trump’s Campaign – White House Panics


Mueller Just Uncovered Over 50 Checks Made Out To Trump’s Russian Contacts



Former Top FBI Investigator: Kushner Is ‘Criminally Exposed’ on Russia and Money Laundering




The SAME is true on Twitter. REAL Conservatives are talking issues and current events surrounding the FRAUD/LIAR/CON Trump…then the FAUX “Conservatives” show up. They begin to name call, post unsubstantiated lies, reject ANY THING that doesn’t fit their narrative, regardless of the MOUNTAINS OF PROOF given them. Then these phony-baloney “Conservatives” get mad, report US and we get suspended or banned.
NOT your propaganda. NOT your racist agenda. NOT your unfounded OPINION.
Jesus said: Ye shall KNOW THE TRUTH and THE TRUTH shall make you FREE.




Trump Groups Raised Millions, Then Paid It Out to Loyalists and a Trump Hotel



WASHINGTON — A pair of groups supporting President Trump say they raised $30 million last year, then spent tens of thousands of those dollars at the Trump International Hotel here and on payments to a few Trump loyalists like the former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and the former Milwaukee County sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., according to new campaign finance reports and news reports.

Of the millions raised, at least $1 million came from a coal company that has gained extraordinary access to the Trump administration to push for pro-coal policy changes.

The campaign finance reports shed light on a network of groups that were formed to support Mr. Trump, but have spent less than other groups bolstering his agenda, while steering money to the president’s businesses and his most ardent surrogates.

One of the groups — a “super PAC” called America First Action — spent nearly $33,000 at the Trump International Hotel, primarily on events for donors, and paid tens of thousands of dollars each to Mr. Lewandowski; Brad Parscale, a digital strategist for Mr. Trump’s campaign; and Katrina Pierson, a campaign spokeswoman. Those figures were revealed in a report filed on Wednesday with the Federal Election Commission, which shows that the group raised $4 million last year.

An affiliated nonprofit group, America First Policies, raised $26 million last year, according to a report by Axios. That group is registered under a section of the tax code — 501(c)(4) — that allows it to shield most information about its finances, including the identity of its donors…

…Republican operatives have grumbled that the amount the groups say they have raised have dwarfed the amount they have spent to support Mr. Trump’s political and policy goals during his first year in office.

Reports filed with the election commission show that the groups combined to spend about $3.2 million — just over 10 percent of what they raised — supporting Republican candidates in special elections, including former Senator Luther Strange and Roy S. Moore, who lost their bids for an Alabama Senate seat, and Karen Handel, who won her House campaign in Georgia.


A Primer on the Foreign Agents Registration Act—and Related Laws Trump Officials May Have Broken


April 3, 2017



Now, for a look at two wholly “unrelated” Lists:



Lastly, for now anyway…

Is Trump’s presidency finally becoming normal?

There seems to be something of an anti-anti-Trump backlash underway in GOP circles.

by Charles Sykes / 



…[Erstwhile and tentative supporters are saying]In his recent column, Brooks argues that it is “almost as if there are two White Houses.” There is the reality television White House and “the Invisible White House,” which is quietly effective “at managing around the distracted boss…aka Trump.”

Ironically, by raising questions about Trump’s basic mental fitness, the book (Fire and Fury, by Michael Woolf) has also encouraged some in the media to lower the bar for Trump [even lower]. At a meeting with congressional negotiators on immigration, for example, Trump was clearly unfamiliar with the details of his own position on proposed legislation. But, expectations were apparently so low for the president some reviewers passed over his ignorance and praised him for his coherence. [Meaning that they were just glad be wasn’t a babbling, drooling idiot.]

Here is the problem with that perspective: You don’t have to think that Trump is crazy or suffering from pre-dementia to recognize him as a dishonest, erratic, narcissist who is demeaning the presidency and potentially rendering conservatism toxic for a generation. We absolutely should beware the kind of mindless oppositionalism that lowers our intellectual and journalistic standards.

But to regard Trump’s presidency as normal, or something approaching normal, conservatives would have to ignore:

The president’s many rationalizers would like to believe that objections to Trump are merely matters of taste or style or the president’s “personality.” But as this list (which is hardly comprehensive) suggests, the objections are far more serious. Even with tax cuts and Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court, the Trump presidency continues to pose a moral, political and perhaps even existential challenge to conservatives. That has been true from the beginning and there is no sign that will change anytime soon.


Let me sum this up, IF possible:

  1. Trump IS, above and before ALL else, a life-long NY Liberal,
  2. Trump IS a racist, ONLY position, power, $$$, or heaps of flattery get him to see beyond color, nationality, creed, and religion,
  3. Trump IS a pagan. Imagine a 70 year old telling THE LORD JESUS CHRIST that he has NEVER thought, believed, said, or did ANYTHING wrong that he NEEDED to EVER ask FORGIVENESS for NOR repent of!!
  4. Trump has ONLY ONE Core “Principle”: What’s in it for me?” ALL ELSE, as HE has said he is “totally, very, very flexible on”. That’s why DT can say he’d nominate HIS Hard-Left, Ultra-Pro Choice sister to THE SUPREME COURT, and then say he’s “pro-life”. It is simply a matter of WHAT will make “Captain Chameleon” fit in and get HIM what HE wants at the time.
  5. Trump, hence, based on all the above, IS an incoherrant, lying, blathering, nincompoop, a bully, cheat, liar, fraud, con, and uber insecure, arrogant jackass.



So, as I prepare to go take a long, hot shower to wash all this “Trump” off me let me leave you with this:




HOW is such an unmitigated LOSER going to “Make America Great Again”???

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

Trump: What We Actually KNOW

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There’s a lot of talk going on about Trump and his cabal of Putin-Pals, Hard-Core Liberals, White-Nationalists, Protectionists, and general morons, mooks, and Knuckle-Walking, Drool-Monkeys. A lot of rumor, speculation, and out of context guessing. 

THIS will NOT follow that pattern. Nope. What we WILL do is look at WHAT WE ACTUALLY KNOW ABOUT “TRUMP & GANG”, BEGINNING WITH Trumps ACTUAL voting record and who Trump REALLY supported financially…THIS IS REALITY, NOT RHETORIC:
































1) any of that IS Conservative,

2) how YOU can be truly Conservative and support THAT.

That is NOT “speculation”.

That is NOT “mere rhetoric”.

That is NOT simply “talking points”.



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Trump was raced by racists, and has a ACTUAL HISTORY of Racism.

In 1927, Donald Trump’s father was arrested after a Klan riot in Queens


FBI releases documents related to Trump apartment discrimination case

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In many cases, I probably identify more as Democrat,” explaining: “It just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats than the Republicans. Now, it shouldn’t be that way. But if you go back, I mean it just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats … But certainly we had some very good economies under Democrats, as well as Republicans. But we’ve had some pretty bad disaster under the Republicans.”[21] In a July 2015 interview, Trump said that he has a broad range of political positions and that “I identify with some things as a Democrat.”[20]

Trump said that “I alone can fix” the system…


Mueller Just Uncovered Over 50 Checks Made Out To Trump’s Russian Contacts


Trump Devastated As Steve Bannon ‘Strikes Deal’ with Robert Mueller (Details)

Adult Movie Star Said She Had a Year Long Affair With Donald Trump (Details)


[NOTE: Trump has openly admitted to, and even bragged, about being a serial fornicator, adulterer, and sexual predator/assaulter. Trump’s grandpa ran a brothel for the gold miners!! In an interview Trump said “not getting an STD was his personal Vietnam”. The whole family is rife with perversion and depravity.]

Former Top FBI Investigator: Kushner Is ‘Criminally Exposed’ on Russia and Money Laundering


Robert Mueller May Have Trump On Tape Admitting He Conspired With Russia (Details)


One thing we do know for certain: In the closing days of the campaign, Trump was urged to make extra appearances in the key battleground state of Michigan, which we now know was where the Russians did much of their behind the scenes work by spreading lies on social media and attempting to hack into voter records.

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Another Porn Star Just Came Forward, Says She Was Invited To Trump’s Hotel Room



President Trump has now been linked to three porn stars over the last two days1, as allegations of extramarital affairs with two of them first made during the campaign have resurfaced in spectacular fashion.

On the morning of January 12th, the Wall Street Journal reported that Michael Cohen, a long time lawyer for the Trump Organization and Trump family, paid porn star Stormy Daniels $130,000 to keep quiet about a sexual encounter she and Donald Trump had back in 2006 – a year after he married current wife and first lady, Melania Trump.

A second porn star, Alana Evans, corroborated the encounter later that day, when she confirmed that Trump and Daniels invited her to join them in a threesome.

Daniels has admitted to friends privately that the consensual encounter did indeed take place at a golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, the Journal reported, but she did not go public. In October of 2016, shortly after the release of the infamous Access Hollywood tape threatened to sink Trump’s presidential hopes, Cohen negotiated a non-disclosure agreement with Daniels, which she signed, effectively silencing her before she had a chance to speak out…

One of the lesser reported anecdotes in “Fire and Fury” is an exchange the author had with Bannon about how Trump’s lawyers “took care” of a hundred women in the run up to the election.1

“Look, [Trump’s chief attorney] Kasowitz has known Trump for twenty-five years. Kasowitz has gotten him out of all kinds of jams,” Bannon told Wolff. “Kasowitz on the campaign — what did we have, a hundred women? Kasowitz took care of all of them.”1

And now, the spotlight has shifted to a third porn star, Jessica Drake. Unlike Stormy Daniels, Jessica Drake went public during the campaign with her allegations of impropriety against then-candidate Trump…After some drinks and conversation they both left. Trump called her room shortly thereafter and offered her $10,000 to come back and spend the night with him, she alleged.

Drake hired high-profile lawyer Gloria Allred and held a press conference to report the incident in October of 2016, after the Access Hollywood tape became public. At the time, she was the 11th woman to accuse Trump of sexual impropriety.

But then something odd happened. Drake stopped talking about the incident. In the few interviews she gave, she avoided offering any details about her encounter with Trump, and referred further questions to her lawyer.

Late Friday evening, however, after the revelations of Cohen’s alleged payments to Stormy Daniels swirled for an entire news cycle, The Daily Beast confirmed that Jessica Drake is subject to a non-disclosure agreement negotiated with the president’s legal representatives, too.

“Jessica’s NDA blankets any and every mention of Trump, so she’s legally unable to comment,” her publicist told The Daily Beast. “Jessica signed a non-disclosure agreement after her allegations of misconduct, and she can’t do as much as peep his name publicly.”


Trump’s Money Laundering Pipeline Was Just Exposed, Trump is Furious



No matter how hard he tries, Donald Trump just cannot escape the looming shadow of federal investigation. You might think that Trump merely sold his soul to Russia for a chance at the presidency of the United States, but the depth of his entanglement is unimaginably deeper. Despite his increasingly unhinged denials…Trump is in deep.

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FBI investigating whether Russian money went to NRA to help Trump

January 18, 2018 05:00 AM

Updated 1 hour 18 minutes ago


You may ask why I include the seedy, sexy, salacious reality about Trump? BECAUSE if we know this NOW…what did the Russian spies/hackers KNOW…and WHEN DID THEY KNOW? And, more importantly, HOW WAS that KNOWLEDGE used against Trump & Company? 


  • political scientist Pippa Norris has described Trump as a “populist authoritarian”
  •  Columnist Walter Shapiro and political commentator Jonathan Chait describe Trump as authoritarian.[38][39]
  • Conservative commentator Mary Katharine Ham characterized Trump as a “casual authoritarian,” saying “he is a candidate who has happily and proudly spurned the entire idea of limits on his power as an executive and doesn’t have any interest in the Constitution and what it allows him to do and what does not allow him to do. That is concerning for people who are interested in limited government.”[40]
  • Charles C. W. Cooke of the National Review has expressed similar views, terming Trump an “anti-constitutional authoritarian.”[41] 
  • Law professors Randy E. BarnettRichard Epstein, and David G. Post, for example, suggest that Trump has little or no awareness of, or commitment to, the constitutional principles of separation of powers and federalism.[43]
  •  Journalist and political analyst John Heilemann characterized Trump as liberal on social issues,[47]

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“BUT…Trump is a Republican/Conservative  now…isn’t he?”

Trump’s political positions, and his descriptions of his beliefs, have frequently changed.[13] Politico has described his positions as “eclectic, improvisational and often contradictory.”[14] According to an NBC News count, over the course of his campaign Trump made “141 distinct shifts on 23 major issues.”[15] Fact-checking organizations reported that during the campaign, Trump made a record number of false statements compared to other candidates.[19]

Trump has said that he is “totally flexible on very, very many issues.[2]

The tally of Trump lies has risen considerably…see this:

President Trump has made 1,950 false or misleading claims over 347 days

 January 2



Oh, but that’s NOT all…since the above was reported, AND there have been MORE DAYS for Trump to tell MORE LIES…the above article links to THIS:

In 355 days, President Trump has made 2,001 false or misleading claims

The Fact Checker’s ongoing database of the false or misleading claims made by President Trump during his first 365 days in office.



In Trump’s own words “he’s totally FLEXIBLE on very, very MANY issues.” IN Trump’s own actions he has changed party affiliation over 5 times, ALWAYS remaining a NY Liberal regardless of the Party title.

Then in DOCUMENTING Trump’s own words/actions we see a pathological liar, fraud, and con.

So those saying that Trump “is a Conservative (now)” are either:

  1. Deluded and delusional,
  2. Dishonest and Liars, OR
  3. Too STUPID to know what REAL Conservatism is.

Yo, Hannity, Rush, Savage, Levin, Ingrham, Malkin, Coulter, et al…YES, I’m INCLUDING you in the SAME clumping as Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura, David Pecker of National Enquirer “fame”…YOU jackasses along with your Mother Russia ARE responsible for the destruction of Conservatism, Liberty, The Constitution, and America.

So, why isn’t any in the G.O.P. doing anything to stop this?

Remember: BOTH the DNC & RNC servers were hacked by Putin/Russia. ONLY the DNC was leaked to enable Trump to win, WHY? Because the Democrats are ALREADY Leftists. No need for blackmail. On the other hand, the RNC server has NOT been leaked, WHY? Because the G.O.P. is/was anti-Liberal, anti-Communism, and took a hard-line against Russia, China, N. Korea, Venezuela, Cuba, and the Muslim and other totalitarian nations…notice I said they WERE…Putin and Russia are using the mountainous volumes of info and evidence from the RNC server to blackmail, bully, and bribe into silence and compliance the G.O.P. …pretty clear really.

MY prediction? UNLESS we have a REAL Constitutional-Conservative Leader/Leaders step forward, OR States actually begin to NULLIFY ALL non-Constitutional laws, rulings and EOs, OR Secession…there is NO hope. I give America 3-5 years…tops. Hope I’m wrong.  

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.


Charge v Counter-Charge: Who Is Right

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Trump Tower meeting with Russians ‘treasonous’, Bannon says in explosive book


The meeting was revealed by the New York Times in July last year, prompting Trump Jr to say no consequential material was produced. Soon after, Wolff writes, Bannon remarked mockingly: “The three senior guys in the campaign thought it was a good idea to meet with a foreign government inside Trump Tower in the conference room on the 25th floor – with no lawyers. They didn’t have any lawyers.

“Even if you thought that this was not treasonous, or unpatriotic, or bad sh*t, and I happen to think it’s all of that, you should have called the FBI immediately.”

Bannon went on, Wolff writes, to say that if any such meeting had to take place, it should have been set up “in a Holiday Inn in Manchester, New Hampshire, with your lawyers who meet with these people”. Any information, he said, could then be “dump[ed] … down to Breitbart or something like that, or maybe some other more legitimate publication”.

Bannon added: “You never see it, you never know it, because you don’t need to … But that’s the brain trust that they had.”

Bannon also speculated that Trump Jr had involved his father in the meeting. “The chance that Don Jr did not walk these jumos up to his father’s office on the twenty-sixth floor is zero.”


Now is there any veracity to these allegations of treason transpiring?
Read this and judge for yourself, here are links to much PROOF AND EVIDENCE that DT is a Putin Puppet-Pal, aka a Traitor.

Newest, Uber, DT-Putin Article

“Where-the-Rubber-Meets-the-Road” Truth About DT’s ties to Putin and Russian Mob

Jonathan Gruber Told ONLY A “Sort Of” Lie: Part 1.

The “Sort Of Lie”: Part 2.

“Sort Of Lie”: Part 3

Viral News Dump: Part 1.

Viral News Dump: Part 2.

America’s Godfather

and, lastly,

DT: The Turd In The Punch Bowl


Conclusion on Part 1.

There seems to be a plethora of evidence Steve Bannon’s charges are 100%, and absolutely, sadly TRUE.


Now, Trump’s “very, stable genius, with a very good brain, and all the best words” Counter Charge.

“Steve Bannon lost his job then lost his mind. Sloppy Steve.”

The equivalent of The President of The United States going:
“Neener, Neener! You’re a poopy-head!”


Now, is there any veracity to the charge that “Sloppy” Steve has lost his mind???
Evil? Yes.
A Drunk? Yes.
Clinically insane? No.


Now, keep in mind that there are mountains (plural) of evidence that DT is indeed a traitor, and that HE might be truly INSANE as we read the following…
Remember in my last write-up that I mentioned Kim Jung Un, another unhinged, egotistical maniac with NUKES, said the following:

Kim Jong Un’s New Year’s Day speech is being widely described as an “olive branch”—despite the fact that he warned the nuclear button is “always on his table” and bragged that the entire US is now within the range of his country’s nuclear weapons. “This is reality, not a threat,” the North Korean leader said, though he also said he was “open to dialogue” with South Korea and suggested his country might send a delegation to the Winter Olympics being held in the South next month, the BBC reports. He said North Korea will focus on mass-producing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles in 2018, but these “weapons will be used only if our security is threatened.”

So, what was the well measured, reasoned, thought out, ADULT response from OUR President?

Trump to Kim: My Button Is Bigger Than Yours

‘And my button works,’ he tweets

By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 3, 2018 1:34 AM CST
Updated Jan 3, 2018 5:31 AM CST

(NEWSER) President Trump fired back at Kim Jong Un’s claim to have a nuclear button on his desk by telling the North Korean leader that his button is bigger—and more functional. Kim “just stated that the ‘Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times,'” Trump tweeted Tuesday. “Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!” Trump, who appears to be stepping up his rhetoric against Pyongyang after months of relatively restrained remarks, also brought back his “Rocket Man” nickname for Kim earlier Tuesday, the Washington Post reports.


The reaction from concerned patriots? THIS is a sample:


This dude *really* wants an excuse to kill millions of people, doesn’t he?


To wrap this up we have an egotistical, unhinged, narcissistic, NY Liberal, and maniac who routinely threatens nuclear war like I’d say “I want some Lays Potato Chips”…oh, and he’s in DEEP with Putin, and the Russian mob.
Don’t forget that $500,000,000,000– yes 500 BILLION, HALF A TRILLION DOLLAR- Russian oil and gas deal with Trump-Tillerson-Putin.


Faux, sell-out, “Conservatives” sold-out for power and position thinking they could control an egotistical, unhinged, narcissistic, NY Liberal, maniac…now we and the whole world might pay dearly for it.


This maniac is control of the most powerful nuclear arsenal on earth…sleep well…

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 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.


Just keep eating your own boogers.

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Kim Warns of ‘Nuclear Button’ on His Desk

But he has warm words for Seoul in New Year’s Day speech

By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 1, 2018 8:02 AM CST


NEWSER) – Kim Jong Un’s New Year’s Day speech is being widely described as an “olive branch”—despite the fact that he warned the nuclear button is “always on his table” and bragged that the entire US is now within the range of his country’s nuclear weapons. “This is reality, not a threat,” the North Korean leader said, though he also said he was “open to dialogue” with South Korea and suggested his country might send a delegation to the Winter Olympics being held in the South next month, the BBC reports. He said North Korea will focus on mass-producing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles in 2018, but these “weapons will be used only if our security is threatened.”

“We should melt the frozen North-South relations,” Kim said, adding that the “Winter Games will be a good opportunity to show unity of the people, and we wish the Games will be a success.” John Delury at Seoul’s Yonsei University tells the Washington Post that Kim’s words “should give hope to those in the South who are trying to get something going and open a channel at least.” He says Kim may be trying to drive a wedge between Seoul and Washington, though the fact that the North Korean leader refrained from insulting President Trump may be a good sign. Asked about Kim’s “nuclear button” remarks by reporters at the Mar-a-Lago New Year’s Eve party, Trump said “We’ll see.”


My take-aways from this:

  1. “Olive branch”? Um, NO. NOT an “olive branch” when the ONLY way of “peace” proffered is to do it the way that a despotic, meglo-maniacal, Marxist Dictator (that is supported and propped up by China and Russia) says to,
  2. “Drive a wedge” between South Korea and The U.S.? The entirety of South Korea would have to have become as stupid as South PARK, or Trump, to side with Kim Jung Un and North Korea rather than The U.S. ,
  3. Marxist maniacs should be listened to when they make threats…one those threats can be a BIG KAAA-BOOOM!! This is NOT just a maniac, as bad as Charles Manson was he did NOT have a nuclear arsenal at HIS disposal. This is NOT just another Marxist with nukes. Stalin had them. BUT Stalin had enough cold-blooded rationale to know that he did NOT want to start something that in NO way could possibly end well, reference the scariest movie EVER made HERE.  ENTIRE MOVIE HERE. No. Kim Jung Un, and I believe Trump as well, are both so vain and so egomaniacal that they actually LOVE easing and taunting and the “thrill” of inching closer to the Nuclear Button.
  4. He said North Korea will focus on mass-producing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles in 2018, but these “weapons will be used only if our security is threatened.” But in the “thinking” of someone as vain and self-centric as either Kim or DT what constitutes a “threat” to their ego, their vanity, may be enough of a “threat” to launch Nuclear WWIII! We are NOT dealing with rational thought, nor even cold-blooded pragmatism. These are two hot tempered, all-about-me, LOONS!


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These Iran Protests Could Be a Very Big Deal

President Rouhani calls for calm demonstrations, rebuffs Trump

By John Johnson,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 31, 2017 2:26 PM CST


  • Backfired? An explainer at BuzzFeed notes that some analysts think hardliners encouraged the original economic protests in a bid to embarrass Rouhani. But if so, that strategy has backfired now that the protests have expanded to larger issues. Protesters not only want the current regime gone, they’re calling for Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to step down.
  • A different feel: These protests are different than those that broke out after the 2009 Iranian elections, writes Trita Parsi at CNN. For one thing, the demonstrations are not being driven by the usual reformists. “Their uncompromisingly anti-regime slogans suggest they may belong to the segment of the population who tends not to vote, doesn’t believe the system can be reformed and either never subscribed to or has lost hope in the idea of gradual change,” writes Parsi. “Add to that those who have joined the protests out of a sense of economic desperation and humiliation.” All of the above makes the outcome hard to predict.
  • Trump: He has been supporting the protests. “The people are finally getting wise as to how their money and wealth is being stolen and squandered on terrorism,” he tweetedSunday. “Looks like they will not take it any longer. The USA is watching very closely for human rights violations!” Sen. Lindsey Graham, meanwhile, implored Trump to do more than tweet. “You have to lay out a plan,” he said on Face the Nation, per the Washington Post. “We’ve got a chance here to deliver some fatal blows to really bad actors in 2018, but if we blink, God help us all.” [More on the “God help us all” aspect in a bit.]
  • Rebuff to Trump: Rouhani shot back at Trump: “This man in America who is sympathizing today with our people has forgotten that he called the Iranian nation terrorists a few months ago. This man who is against the Iranian nation to his core has no right to sympathize with Iranians.” [ME: I side more with “Iran is a terrorist nation” than not. Past and current experience say so.]
  • Lousy coverage? A critique at Tablet makes the case that American journalists are grossly underplaying a potentially history-making series of events. Why? “The short answer is that the American media is incapable of covering the story, because its resources and available story-lines for Iran reporting and expertise were shaped by two powerful official forces—the Islamic Republic of Iran, and the Obama White House,” writes Lee Smith. “Without government minders providing them with story-lines and experts, American reporters are simply lost—and it shows.” Essentially, only “regime-friendly” journalists are operating in Iran, argues Smith.
  • More advice for US: In the New York TimesPhilip Gordon has some specific advice of his own for Trump: “Keep quiet and do nothing.” Doing otherwise might actually hurt the movement, he argues.


Now, let’s address the “God help us” aspect.

IF, like with North Korea, Trump gets into a “ego snit game of one-upmanship” with Iran, we have yet another enemy WITH NUKES who has PROMISED COUNTLESS TIMES that they WILL use them to OBLITERATE US, ISRAEL, THE WEST, AND, WELL, THE WORLD.

OH, and like with North Korea, Iran is also supported by Russia and China, and by North Korea as well.

Are you beginning to see an emerging pattern?


White House aides lean on delays and distraction to manage Trump

In interviews, senior staff and others close to the president have described a series of guardrails they use to push the president away from rash decisions.


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As White House chief of staff, Reince Priebus mused to associates that telling President Donald Trump no was usually not an effective strategy. Telling him “next week” was often the better idea.

Trump would impulsively want to fire someone like Attorney General Jeff Sessions; create a new, wide–ranging policy with far–flung implications, like increasing tariffs on Chinese steel imports; or end a decades–old deal like the North American Free Trade Agreement. Enraged with a TV segment or frustrated after a meandering meeting, the president would order it done immediately.

Delaying the decision would give Priebus and others a chance to change his mind or bring in advisers to speak with Trump — and in some cases, to ensure Trump would drop the idea altogether and move on.

Publicly, the White House has pushed back against Tennessee Republican Sen. Bob Corker’s suggestion that Trump must be managed like a toddler — he called the White House an “adult day care center” on Twitter on Sunday. In a separate New York Times interview, Corker said aides are forced to spend their days trying to keep the president from going off the rails.

But interviews with 10 current and former administration officials, advisers, longtime business associates and others close to Trump describe a process in which they try to install guardrails for a president who goes on gut feeling — and many days are spent managing the president, just as Corker said.

“You either had to just convince him something better was his idea or ignore what he said to do and hoped he forgot about it the next day, said Barbara Res, a former executive in the Trump Organization.


Did YOU read what I just read??
The WH administration, staff, aides, and close friends HAVE to either:

  2. OR Make THE PRESIDENT think that a better (less rash, less stupid) idea “is his own”!!!





Trump’s first 2018 tweet: Pakistan has ‘given us nothing but lies & deceit’


Washington (CNN)In his first tweet of the new year President Donald Trump slammed Pakistan, saying the country has given the US nothing but “lies and deceit.”

“The United States has foolishly given Pakistan more than 33 billion dollars in aid over the last 15 years, and they have given us nothing but lies & deceit, thinking of our leaders as fools,” Trump tweeted Monday morning. “They give safe haven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help. No more!”

First, IF this were Eisenhower, Reagan, GWB, or even Nixon saying this I’d be comforted that AN ADULT was in charge…NOT a raging, maniacal, egotistical, blathering, NY Liberal Drool-Monkey who is a Marxist Moon-Bat, and Putin Puppet-Pal!!!

Trump seems hell-bent on insulting every Nuclear power ran by “leaders” who challenge him in the EGO department!!! Oh, and that pattern again? Yep. Pakistan supported by Russia and China, and Iran, and North Korea. See how it works? The “Big-2”, Russia and China, have smaller nuclear allies who are basically insane, each either threatening us or in some way defying us. THIS did NOT happen under either Bush, or under Reagan. These were ADULTS. Not even under JFK, Nixon. ADULTS. We may have vastly differed on politics, but they were ADULTS. Trump is NOT, except in age.


TWO, and, Lastly….the Numero Uno thing making an already unstable man even more edgy?


. tick tick BOOM.

It wasn’t the Steele Dossier.

It wasn’t the “Deep State” conspiracy led by Strzok or Ohr.

It was a Trump policy adviser running his mouth to an Australian diplomat that started the Russia investigation.

Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

How the Russia Inquiry [REALLY] Began: A Campaign Aide, Drinks and Talk of Political Dirt


WASHINGTON — During a night of heavy drinking at an upscale London bar in May 2016, George Papadopoulos, a young foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, made a startling revelation to Australia’s top diplomat in Britain: Russia had political dirt on Hillary Clinton.

About three weeks earlier, Mr. Papadopoulos had been told that Moscow had thousands of emails that would embarrass Mrs. Clinton, apparently stolen in an effort to try to damage her campaign.

Exactly how much Mr. Papadopoulos said that night at the Kensington Wine Rooms with the Australian, Alexander Downer, is unclear. But two months later, when leaked Democratic emails began appearing online, Australian officials passed the information about Mr. Papadopoulos to their American counterparts, according to four current and former American and foreign officials with direct knowledge of the Australians’ role.

The hacking and the revelation that a member of the Trump campaign may have had inside information about it were driving factors that led the F.B.I. to open an investigation in July 2016 into Russia’s attempts to disrupt the election and whether any of President Trump’s associates conspired…


Conclusion, sort of, (because THIS is NOT over by a long shot.)

The more Mueller digs the more he finds out.
The more Mueller finds out the more he digs to find other connections.
ALWAYS crossing his T’s and dotting his i’s.
Leaving NO stone unturned.

As this happens an already unhinged, egotist, narcissist, racist, liar, cheat, adulterer, fraud, and con who just happens to be filling the office of PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA gets a little edgier and more unhinged.

If true; this is Fantastic…please read, you won’t be disappointed.

Unless you are MAGA, which don’t bother;

Just keep eating your own boogers.




 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.