Things are incredibly tense as we approach the January 20th Inauguration. Not only do we have a group that is apparently funded by Soros openly organizing to disrupt the Inauguration, but we have the US Senate ignoring the content of the Wikileaks email dumps and instead, calling for aggression against Russia for those emails.
In a nutshell, Clinton’s illegal server, and John Podesta’s gmail account, as well as the DNC emails, were harvested and reveal tremendous amounts of illegal and frighteningly bizarre correspondence. According to Julian Assange, the emails were given to them by people within the US, and have no link to Russia.
The contents of the email dumps reveal enough bizarre communiques to immediately investigate an apparent international pedophilia ring. Also, Clinton’s emails indicate complicity in illegal arms deals and serious financial improprieties. But the Senate doesn’t want to talk about those things, just about the questionable involvement of Russia in getting these emails.
In hopes of putting the Hawthorne Principal into effect (where talking about some perceived course causes that course to be derailed) I am going to state that it looks like the entrenched power structure of our US Federal Government would rather start a war with Russia than face a thorough and unflinching investigation of the contents of the Wikileaks email dumps. And it also looks like they will not even address blatantly illegal plans to disrupt the Presidential Inauguration.
Folks, we are in very dangerous times here. Please do all you can to be as prepared as you can be for any and everything. And we certainly hope that nothing happens and we have a peaceful transition from the Obama Administration to the Trump Administration.
Please read the Washington Post article with Senators Graham and McCain’s comments below.
Top U.S. intelligence official: Russia meddled in 2016 election through hacking and spreading of propaganda
“To those of you who want to throw rocks, you’re going to get a chance here soon, and if we don’t throw rocks, we’re going to make a huge mistake,” Graham said. “Ladies and gentlemen, it is time now not to throw pebbles, but to throw rocks.”
Clapper also called for a more aggressive counter-propaganda effort. “We could do with having a USIA on steroids,” he said, referring to the U.S. Information Agency.
McCain, who has been critical of the Obama administration’s responses to cyber-provocations by foreign nations such as China and Russia, pressed Clapper on whether the campaign meddling was an attack on the United States and an “act of war.”….(Full Story Here)