VLWC 02: Gun-Grabbin' Vlad's Gun-Lovin' Girl

One of THE BEST windows into Russia’s REAL position on the 2016 election is Vladimir Putin’s “NRA spy”, Maria Butina.  Yeah, I will admit that I think this gal is smoking hot, in a Euro-floozy, Moscow-to-Washington-to-Tennessee, mail-order mama, “I fell in love at a gun show” way.

But that’s not the only reason I love this woman.  Oh, no.  This lovely Cabela’s version of Anna Chapman is proof that there are places SO far out of Russian expertise in espionage and disinformation, that any action in them betrays EXACTLY what Putin is up to.

As far as I’m concerned, this woman NAILS DOWN the idea that the Democrats and Russia were colluding to prevent Donald Trump from winning the presidency, and if that failed, to get him removed from office.

I hate to say this – I know it breaks a lot of dreamy bubbles about “fellow nationalist” Putin, including my own – but Putin would rather OWN or ELIMINATE the Trump Presidency than make tough deals with it – what with old asset Hillary and crew so ready to make those EASY DEALS – ya know? – and since OWNING the Trump White House is unlikely if not impossible, ELIMINATING the Trump White House is safer.

Why this woman is not part of the Mueller probe was a mystery to me at first, but now I get it.  She is the proof that the Russians and the CIA/FBI treason complex – totally separately – had EXACTLY THE SAME OBJECTIVE.  Put Russians next to Donald Trump, so the Democrats could take him out.

 You think Mueller wants anybody seeing that?  Nah.  Not a chance.

Look at that happy face!  You CANNOT fake gun lovin’ like that.  This one is a keeper, boys!

Maria Butina’s greatest asset was her AUTHENTICITY.  That is key to understanding why she was so useful.  Because she AUTHENTICALLY wants “gun reform” in Russia – meaning a right to keep and bear firearms – absolutely the opposite position of everybody who has ever held power in Russia since the communist revolution of 1917 – she made a perfect DUPE to send against Trump.

Now – the “party line” of EVERYBODY on this Butina broad is exactly her Russian cover – WHICH SHE ACTUALLY BELIEVED.  That cover story is that she was trying to make cozy contacts with the Trump administration in the interest of furthering everybody’s interests.  Presumably, Butina thought that she could advance her cause of gun rights at home, by helping her government get cozy with a gun-friendly administration in America.  Makes sense – right?  Trump wins better relations with Russia, Russia wins better relations with Trump, and gun rights for everybody!  

“Diplomacy!  Hooray!  It’s FUN!”

Well, if you believe this story, I would like to sell you shares of Chuck Schumer’s garage. 

Seriously, her cover story is just DUMB.  However, I must admit, that thanks to decades of FAKE NEWS, most Americans are sheep ready to be fleeced.

Why would Russia settle for a wee bit of GUN-FRIENDLY with Donald Trump – knowing the Russians don’t even LIKE guns – when they can TAINT Trump – and then OWN him or REMOVE him by those exact same contacts?

Vladimir Putin is many things, but he is NOT stupid.  The Russians were not sending this woman into the NRA for any good reason.  And you would be very smart to assume it is the WORST reasons – to BRING DOWN Trump, BRING DOWN the NRA, BRING DOWN the Second Amendment, and BRING DOWN our current state of Freedom in the United States.  None of which Maria Butina had any idea about, because she’s the PERFECT DUPE.


Before we get to the deep reasons of WHY Putin would do these things, we need to reflect on the fact that the fall of the Iron Curtain did NOT put power back in the hands of the PEOPLE of Russia.  I’m not saying it SHOULD – that is THEIR BUSINESS.  Russia is not the United States.  But the fact that perestroika DID NOT fully return power to the people, shows the kind of government we are dealing with, when we deal with Putin.

If you have any doubts about Putin’s ideas on gun control, recall how he blamed the recent mass shooting in Crimea on American attitudes toward guns. 

Mass shooting in Crimea?  What?  You didn’t hear about that? Then read up….

https://dailycaller.com/2018/10/18/putin-globalization-us-shootings-crimea/

Searches on this incident (e.g., “mass shooting Crimea”) betray a curiously lower American press interest than one might normally expect for 20 dead and 70 wounded.

Typically, our stupid fake news media knee-jerks on all shootings according to prior rules of “the narrative”.  Depending on who does the shooting, it MAY be reported heavily, or it may not.  It MAY be blamed on the gun, or it may not.  It MAY be blamed on mental illness, or it may not.   However, in this case, there was really no precedent for a shooting in Putin’s Russia, much less in “stolen” Crimea. And worst of all, Putin sounded suspiciously like a Democrat, and definitely NOT like Trump.

In fact, Putin’s blamecasting toward America pissed me off so much, I fired back in anger on Twitter.  One does not ride on a legacy of Soviet-engineered cultural degradation in America, complete with a secret plan to gin up mass shootings here, and then blame the BLOW-BACK on America.  The SOVIET UNION was fully responsible for foisting mass shooters on the world, and THEIR Marxist clap-trap – still being leveraged by Putin through Soviet products like Obama – is precisely where the blame resides.

https://twitter.com/WOLFM00N/status/1053160061856632832
https://twitter.com/WOLFM00N/status/1053161961062649856

The foreign press picked up the story, but the American leftist fake news media generally did not.  The American CONSERVATIVE media picked it up from foreign sources.  Note that this is something Hillary Clinton cited as part of her “vast right wing conspiracy” accusation – that the FOREIGN PRESS was used by the American conservative press to get around “good” gatekeepers here in the U.S.  “OH NOES!  So sinister, going around the gatekeepers!

I was watching this shooting closely to see how Putin would react.  Here is why.

I was clued into Russia’s curiously continued communist attitude toward RKBA during the aftermath of Sandy Hook, when I noticed Russian attempts to personally influence me on gun control at that malleable moment.  It’s amazing when people make little mistakes like being too obvious.  It seemed strange at the time, that “now capitalist” Russia would even BOTHER working the old KGB position, but I filed it away to be explained later.  I can thank Maria Butina for helping do just that.

So what is Maria Butina up to now?

I really urge you to read the article, because it clears up EVERYTHING about this woman, and why she was here.  Here is the link again, direct to the Daily Caller.

https://dailycaller.com/2018/11/16/negotiations-russian-maria-butina/?utm_campaign=atdailycaller&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter

I want to draw your attention to several points.

  • There is a very convenient gag order on the case
  • Butina’s case is NOT part of the Mueller prosecution – rather incredibly
  • Butina TRIED – at the behest of her Soviet Russian handlers – to set up Russian contacts with TRUMP OFFICIALS
  • Butina TRIED – and to some extent succeeded – to infiltrate one of the strongest defenders of gun rights in America, while maintaining contacts with Russian intelligence
  • The prosecutor is Jessie K. Liu, who was part of the Trump transition team
    • Trump likes her
    • Looks like a Bushie
    • Harvard and Yale grad
    • Husband is Yale grad
    • Just sayin’
    • Background looks relatively clean, but so did Lovely Loretta Lynch’s
    • Bottom line – not expecting a massive bust of Democrats here
    • Spidey senses remain tuned and won’t shut off
    • Anti-Trump probably wants this case gone as bad as the Dems do

My prediction – based on my writing this article and having repeatedly outed Butina as part of the Democrat-Russian plot to taint POTUS – is that DOJ is going to “make a deal” and kick Maria Butina out of the United States PRONTO, just like they helped skedaddle those lovely Russian neighbors of Nikolas Cruz in idyllic Broward County, back to Moscow for good.

Nothing to see here, folks.  Nothing to see.  Trust the Democrats, their pet RINOs, and the NeverTrump anti-dupes.  There’s nothing to see.

So what is the greater significance of this?

It is a waypoint – a piece of the puzzle – a CLUE to a much bigger thing.

Are you starting to put the pieces together?  I hope so.

Stay tuned.  More dots are coming.

W

If the Democrats actually cared about Putin influencing America, they would defend the Second Amendment with their very last breath.  Smoke and mirrors, people.  Smoke and mirrors.
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phoenixRising

W,
I submitted a post on the previous thread, Part 1 that went into moderation… I believe because I included too many links. Please pull it out of moderation – I did not keep a copy, and post it to part 1.

pjasond

Hey Wolf, right there with you. I agree with your take on Putey – not our friend. This is not a problem, in the sense that, if you understand someone’s position, you can deal with him. This is POTUS’s stance. All you have to know about Putin’s Russia is that they are selling Nuke Tech to Iran – simples.
The dead give away as to who colluded with the Russians? The Dims accused POTUS of it – ipso facto, THEY colluded!
This test, simply look at what accusations the Dims are making, should be written into DOJ procedures as a “tell” that a crime is likely being committed – by the Dims!!

fleporeblog

Wolfmoon you hit the nail on its head! The last thing Russia 🇷🇺 ever wanted was for our POTUS to win! What he is doing with Energy is absolutely amazing 😉. Look where Energy Secretary, Rick Perry, has been the following week. Right in Putin’s backyard.
Not sure how many of you are aware of the deals Secretary Perry is finalizing in Eastern Europe for the sale of our LNG. It is staggering to be honest. By 2019, we will have five LNG terminals that will be able to process and deliver LNG anywhere in the world. These deals are anywhere from 20 to 25 years in length.

The Russians are completely losing their minds seeing all of this taking place in their own backyard and there is absolutely nothing they can do to stop it!

Hungary and Poland are truly humming when you look at their real GDP rates this year! They ABSOLUTELY can afford to buy our LNG in mass amounts.
Hungary:
1st Q GDP – 4.8%
2nd Q GDP – 4.7%
3rd Q GDP – 5.0%
Poland:
1st Q GDP – 5.0%
2nd Q GDP – 5.2%
3rd Q GDP – 5.7%
Here are couple interesting articles about US LNG production and export terminals.
10 Incredible Facts About American LNG Exports – 9/9/18
https://www.fool.com/amp/investing/2018/09/09/10-incredible-facts-about-american-lng-exports.aspx?__twitter_impression=true
5 LNG Export Projects Investors Should Know About – 8/31/18
https://www.fool.com/amp/investing/2018/08/31/5-lng-export-projects-investors-should-know-about.aspx?__twitter_impression=true

fleporeblog

Rick Perry is absolutely killing it for our President and our Energy Sector! He decided to hit the Czech Republic as well!

LOVE this tweet! Our POTUS is rubbing off on all of them!

fleporeblog

Sorry about that! I meant this tweet:

pjasond

The GREAT GAME includes everything – the whole enchilada. It is ALL in play at this level.
Complicated business is an understatement!

SteveInCO

The last thing any Pole, or Czech, wants is to ever be under the thumb of the Russians in any way, and depending on someone for energy in today’s world is as basic as depending on them for food and shelter.
The disgust Poles and Czechs have for the Russians is downright visceral [I had a Czech get upset with me merely for pointing out the languages are related!], and I’d not be surprised to see it shared by other places in Eastern Europe.

pjasond

Yup, I had a Fin working for me here in Tasmania – NOT a fan of the Rooskies.

SteveInCO

Utterly unsurprising. Finland spent decades under the Tsarist thumb, and Russia went after them in WWII (which ironically ended up making them an “enemy” power in WWII through no fault of their own).
Incidentally there’s a Finnish national song, composed by Jean Sibelius, that’s second only to their national anthem in importance, like our “America the Beautiful” or “God Bless America” or “God Bless the USA.” The instrumental version appears in Sibelius’ Finlandia.
Here it is: (I don’t know if it will embed or if it will simply show up as a link)

A lot of US churches have stolen the melody for church music, and that irritates at least some Finns.

pjasond

Thanks! Your comments are top drawer – don’t remember ever interacting in the other place, so this is good. 🙂

SteveInCO

I got kicked out sometime in 2017 (not due to association with Q), so if you were relatively new at CTH, you won’t remember me.

Plain Jane

That’s beautiful. I can see why the Churches stole it. Thanks Steve.

SteveInCO

I find it interesting. It’s obvious they were bitter about their recent subjection, but it’s not in the least hateful or vengeful, it’s just “OK, now we have the chance to blossom!”

fleporeblog

I absolutely agree! They don’t mind having to pay more for our LNG because they also are getting protection with the cost.

SteveInCO

…Oh and I’ve gotta say it, I just can’t help myself. Remember when Perry had that lapse and couldn’t remember the third cabinet department he wanted to get rid of?
It was the Department of Energy. Which he’s now in charge of. 😀

Plain Jane

LOL. You’r right. Ironic?

SteveInCO

So full of irony, there’s nothing else in there. 100 percent pure iron. 😀

Plain Jane

Really dumb question: Is there no LNG in those countries, or is extraction implausable there?

pjasond

Hi Jane, no expert, but I think that part of the world has a lot of lignite, the lowest quality coal, from memory.

SteveInCO

LNG is “Liquefied Natural Gas.” Natural gas isn’t normally liquid, but we make it so to put it in ships. That’s actually kind of expensive (it has to be kept at -160C or so, meaning cryogenic level refrigeration in transit) and hazardous. (If we don’t have to send it across an ocean in a ship’s hold, we just put it in a pipeline as a gas, under pressure but still a gas.) Anyhow, natural gas normally comes out of wells, similar to oil wells (sometimes it comes out of the same well as oil. And its often from the same places as oil.
Poland and the Czech Republic don’t have a lot of oil (Poland, I believe, does have coal). Romania, on the other hand, has a pretty good oil field at Ploesti (the Nazis got a lot of oil out of it during WWII and the allies spent quite a lot of effort trying unsuccessfully to knock it out), but its production is declining. I haven’t seen numbers but I gather it just doesn’t produce enough oil to feed the whole of Eastern Europe’s rapidly expanding economies. Hence, they need to get energy from somewhere and they’re clearly leaping at the chance to NOT get it from Russia, which has already used Western European dependence for leverage. (Incidentally, Europe has mostly banned frac’ing, I’m told due largely to a Russian financed propaganda campaign. Of course Russia doesn’t want to lose customers!)

Plain Jane

Thanks for the LNG info. I’m a fan of the principle of subsidiarity…people producing buying what they need locally, and if that isn’t possible, then obviously deal with other countries. So I was curious.
I think fracking is pretty ingenious. One of our boys is always traveling to some fracking field in desolate areas of the country when there is an equipment problem. So he’s found some good videos about it for me.

fleporeblog

LOL!

wheatietoo

That gag order on the Butina case is…interesting…isn’t it.
I was wondering if that guy, Paul Erickson, is related to the nevertrumper Eric Erickson…but haven’t been able to determine this yet.
The history of this guy is interesting; he served as a political advisor to Mitt Romney in both of Romney’s presidential runs.
Wikipedia says he was “a friend of Andrew Breitbart”, which I doubt.
Putin and Chairman Xi seem to be consoling each other these days, since that mean ole Pres Trump has been gaining his stride in the Economic War.
I don’t think they like each other very much, though.
But it goes without saying…that those two would do pretty much anything to gain an advantage against the US.
This time period between now and when the new House is seated, is a very crucial time.
I think our VSG President had contingency plans for this.
If PDJT had not gone out and campaigned so hard…it would’ve been a bloodbath, since that is how the midterms usually trend for a new administration.
So I think he hoped for the best…but planned accordingly.
Even though certain conservative bloggers have poo-pooed the idea of ‘military tribunals’ being used to try civilian bad-wadies…there is a reason why Lindsey Graham concentrated on that subject with Justice Kavanaugh, in the Kavanaugh hearing.
And as of Jan 1st, the President’s EO comes into effect.
The Butina case seems made-to-order for a case tried in military court…but that’s just me.
Question is, would just the prospect of it cause the lovely Maria to sing like a canary?

pjasond

Yeah, my take on the use of military tribunals against US citizens it that things have basically got to be past the point of being broken beyond repair (in the short to medium term). This would signal a shift from the current “cold civil war” to a much more active stage. Now, my momma always said, hope for the best, plan for the worst.
So I see that EO in that light, without obviously having any inside intel as to what its actual intended purpose is.
It also serves as some handy Psy-ops in the mean time!

Linda

But would they have released her if she were tried? Wouldn’t there be too much chance of her talking to her cronies and mucking up the works? I doubt they would let her off for giving up other people. Her crimes are too vast. I’ve always thought what Q said about Hillary being arrested was intentional disinformation.

pjasond

Fair comment, Linda. We are largely looking over chicken entrails here, trying to decipher tomorrow’s weather …
OK, that may have been laying it on a bit thick, but we are certainly heavily into speculation territory, trying to make sense of the hidden. 🙂

ozzytrumpster

Seriously. It’s entrails of a goat if you really want to know stuff

pjasond

Thanks for that! Crooked is, if not at the centre of, then closely connected to Sooo Much …
I can see the Crooked being tried under this EO! Have filed this away in potentially pending ….

wheatietoo

That Mark Turi arms-dealer-guy that Bill Still mentioned, is a real slippery character.
My brain immediately flashed on Prince Turki/Prince Alwaleed when I heard Mark Turi mentioned…but I don’t know why.
Regarding the Hildebeast…
You name it and she has probably done it.
I think she was selling mil-secrets, technology…and also mining NSA data to blackmail people with.
There were rich people and governments, around the world, that were pouring money into her Clinton Foundation…a ‘charity’ that never did any charitable work.
I really, really hope it’s true that the Q-team ‘have the servers’…and that wasn’t a part of the psy-op to rattle their cages.
You think little Maria Butina is a “dupe”?
I don’t.
Look at her eyes, Wolfie…don’t be fooled, she is no dupe.
Secret military tribunals?
Maybe…but how would they have been able to keep those secret?
Think about the logistics and the number of people who would’ve been involved in doing that.
I dunno.
It just seems like keeping something like that ‘secret’ would be impossible.

pjasond

I think we are getting closer to the target. Does the Secrets Act (governing document classification) allow for military prosecution of civilians? I know the EO does (?), but the Uniparty are going to practise lawfare to its fullest extent, and the EO is surely the first to be challenged if it gets implemented.
So what other laws are already on the books to allow this? Not expecting someone to answer this for me, just putting it out there.

pjasond

Apologies, when I said “we” above, I should have said “you” 🙂

wheatietoo

Laws on the books?
No…but as you know we allow our Supreme Court to be the final arbiter on things, so there are a couple of SC ‘precedents’ on this that pertain to the subject.
This was discussed by Lindsey Graham and Justice Kavanaugh at his hearings.
There are SC precedents that allow for trying civilians in military court.
Personally, I think that the delineation will be, as far as US citizen civilians being tried there…will be whether those people ‘swore an Oath’ to uphold the constitution and the laws of the US.
All these big-name bad-wadies like Hillary, Lynch, McCabe, Strzok, etc…all swore an Oath as a part of their govt employment.
This puts them in the same boat as our military enlistees.

pjasond

Thanks for that Wheatie, that was what I was looking for. I know you have been talking about this for a while AND that I have been sceptical in the past – Well, you and Wolf are reeling me in 🙂

Linda

Also, don’t forget that we are still technically in a state of war (going back to George Bush), which Lindsay Graham highlighted in his questions to Kavanaugh. That has a lot to do with trying civilians in military tribunals as enemy combatants. We are also under the state of emergency POTUS declared for corruption and human trafficking. Most of these people are going to fall under that as well.

wheatietoo

Yes, exactly so.
Thanks for adding that, Linda…it’s an important detail.

pjasond

Since everything can be seen to be conspiracy (all communication is where agreement is reached can be viewed this way), I’ll drop this little observation here …
Whitaker is now in supervising Mulehead, AND Rosie still has his job …. Mmm ….?
I wonder how a certain blogger is feeling about that “Leverage” theory ….

pjasond

Yikes, too many typo’s, SORRY!

pjasond

Don’t know if you saw my almost blow by blow account of “the” Lester Holst interview, but POTUS signalled a lot there that SD just refused to acknowledge – this led to my banning not much later.
He signalled that he KNEW that both R’s and D’s like RR BEFORE MUELLER. Note how keen the D’s are to keep RR in charge of Mueller?
He flat out stated that he was going to LENGTHEN the investigation into his campaign! Smoke on that one and tell me what it means – misdirection, methinks. Mueller is a shiny object of false hope for the UNI party whilst the take down is being lined up.
He said then that RR was a good guy. He said it many times since. He said that he hired Wray because of RR, AFTER RR appointed Mueller – the TH guys WILL NOT HEAR ANY OF THIS. Remember LBH dominant people are closed minded. I am not saying that RR IS a good guy – I am just open to the notion. Especially since POTUS keeps TELLING US.
Ditto Jeff Sessions, with the exception that he got a different treatment publicly than RR.
Now, if JS was a BAD guy, he would have forced POTUS to fire him, which apparently (?) changes the calculus as to who is eligible to serve as AAG. JS brought in Whitaker, and POTUS appoints him to AAG – ergo, JS can’t be bad guy.
JS HAD to go now IF the DOJ is going to activate indictments – you don’t want a recused AG when you go on offense. JS’s recusal was a non issue if POTUS was OK with Mueller (ref Holt interview) during the under cover stage of the sting.
I will be totally surprised if we do not get something actively started by the DOJ BEFORE the new Congress is seated. Christmas could be good this year!

SteveInCO

Specifically regarding Jeff Sessions: It would be consistent with a mix of the two extreme views of him that have been presented in the past: The Silent Assassin who is really working secretly to spring a big trap (i.e., a White Hat who will be as powerful a weapon as a nuclear bomb), vs. utter traitor to the cause of MAGA (black hat backstabber).
It seems to me he found himself boxed in, decided he must recuse, but perhaps figured the effect of that recusal would be limited. He then began to realize that because the whole Deep State web of scandals is tied together, he really couldn’t do ANYTHING about it, because every piece of it is connected to Russia/Campaign stuff. So he could do some things, go after pedos, invader migrants, and so on, but he couldn’t nail the corruption cancer in our government.
He exited in such a way as to allow Trump to put someone in who could do something (by resigning rather than insisting on being fired). Which tells me that JS was at heart actually on PDJT’s side, he was just pinned, like one can pin a queen in chess, by putting another piece in a position where, if the queen moves, the king is then in check. That queen is then useless. JS was able to figure out a way for PDJT to exchange him for another piece that wasn’t pinned.
Conclusion: In his heart, JS is on our side.

pjasond

That is pretty much my take, although I think it probable that there was much more coordination going on BEFORE this Admin took office. It appears most likely that Adml Rogers warned DJT that he was being spied upon. This fact, if true, would imply gross neglect if preparatory counter measures were not put in place. DJT being unprepared in the face of O’s malfeasance simply is not believable. Hell, if I had been elected POTUS, I would have set up a dedicated ops room to manage it, at the very least.
If you give me that, then JS, being a good guy, would certainly have told DJT about his recusal. Which means, a sting is in play. Now, stings are common practise in law enforcement. That was what Crossfire Hurricane was. Hell, RR was reportedly talking about wearing a wire – the most basic form of sting.
So how come the bad guys can perform stings left right and centre, but is not allowed for us to consider it possible for the good guys? I contend that it would be criminal neglect if we were not executing many such ops in the furtherance of draining the swamp.
So if JS is a good guy, he must have been involved behind the scenes to counter nefarious activity – ergo, Huber.
I have said this before, if JS had NOT done some version of the above, then he would be derelict in his duty, and NOT a good guy.
I am fully expectant that JS will be vindicated because I believe, based on his prior record, plus snippets of intel from his time in this Admin, the he is a good guy.
So, basically, it seems that we agree 🙂

SteveInCO

I agree there’s a lot more to this story than JUST Jeff Sessions. Everything you said about Rogers is certainly true.
I’m not so sure the recusal and its actual effect was part of the plan, though. Just as likely it went more like this:
JS: Er…I’ve got bad news. Ethically, I’m going to have to recuse on this one part, Don.
PDJT thinks about it and says: OK, that hurts us but I think we can work around it.
A few months later: Oh, crap, we actually got outmaneuvered there. Let’s see what we can do to get out from under it.
In other words, we really did take a big hit there, but PDJT adapted and improvised.

SteveInCO

In general I like this; it seems to explain everything we’ve seen so far with JS, without casting him and PDJT as purely godlike 64D chessplayers where absolutely EVERYTHING is going according to The Plan.
A real battle has setbacks. A good general, a great general can’t avoid them, and it’s unrealistic to expect that he will. No, he overcomes them. And if he loses the battle, he comes back and tries again. I maintain that the recusal was a setback to the Trump/Sessions/et. al. team, but it wasn’t a backstab.

pjasond

Agreed. Anyone that spend any time in the military (or similar) knows that the battle plan so carefully crafted is likely to be near obsolete after the first exchanges, so any half decent plan necessarily incorporates flexibility.
I don’t have an issue with the recusal either way, just that JS (as a good guy) would / should have told DJT about it – implying that DJT’s open bashing of JS on this issue was most likely for the purposes of misdirection AS WELL as disavowal of any direct knowledge of DOJ plans.
I am on board with your view. It melds with mine, since we accept that there is much we don’t know.

andrew1979

i have been ‘under the weather’ as they say but have been reading wqth for the past couple hours catching up – and this VLWC series is aleady awesome and is only going to get better. just the comments in this part 2 are above and beyond and i think continued discussion and participation will lead to some great understanding… i have been of the mind this whole time that there had to be a plan going on. that the president knew about this stuff and that he had people working on it. that he wouldnt be just plodding along flailing here and there trying to stay above water – that was my hope anyway the one hope that kept me from rhinking all was completely lost. keep it up ladies and gentlemen! ok i am about to succumb to another double dose of nyquil so check you tomorrow!

pjasond

Anybody that is trying to sell the fact that no prep was done on the spying issue prior to taking office is off with the fairies.
No one with a half functioning brain, let alone DJT, when informed of said spying in Nov ’16, does nothing to prepare and then goes on to include “Drain The Swamp” in his inaugural address. This is the least plausible scenario …
I would bet my house on this if any bookie was prepared to offer me odds.

andrew1979

absolutely what i was trying to get at. not only was there prep done in knowing as much as they could before the campaign – but once the real cat was out of the bag it has been full on battle. as much ju k and distraction that has been going on is one of the definite signs also.

pjasond

Yup, I was agreeing with your post – I tend to repeat myself a bit, sorry.

Chicago->Arizona

In the picture, Maria Butina has excellent trigger discipline.
I wonder who trained her ?

thinkthinkthink

Go West.

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