Trump Orders Declassification And Heads Explode

Trump Orders Declassification And Heads Explode

Trump Orders Declassification And Heads Explode

Donald Trump has done it again. He’s caused liberal heads throughout the country to explode. Well, that assumes there were any that hadn’t already exploded after his drive-by while still a patient at Walter Reed or upon his release from the hospital. This time, using Twitter as he so often does, he announced that he’s ordered the declassification of all documents relating to the “Russia Hoax” as well as the Hillary Clinton email scandal.

Pardon me for laughing gleefully and even rubbing my hands together in anticipation but it’s about damn time. But we have to be realistic. I have no doubt that by this time tomorrow, we’ll see not only Biden and company condemning the move but the threats of lawsuits and new calls for impeachment from Pelosi and her lap dogs.

Still, the curtain that’s been held firmly in place by Clinton, Obama, Pelosi and the rest of that ilk is slowly being pulled aside. Before Trump’s tweet, National Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe declassified documents showing that “ex-CIA Director John Brennan had briefed former President Obama on a claim that Clinton ordered ‘a campaign plan to stir up a scandal’ by linking Trump to Russia in 2016.”

Clinton planned in July 2016 on tying then-candidate Trump to Russia’s hack of the Democratic National Committee to distract from her use of a private email server, as well as a September 2016 CIA counterintelligence referral on the allegations to former FBI Director James Comey and Deputy Assistant Director for Counterintelligence Operations Peter Strzok, the report claimed.

So we have a conspiracy by a presidential candidate and knowledge of the same by the sitting president. Both are attorneys and both took part in what would be a criminal activity if any of us “normal folks” did what they did. So why are they not having to answer for what they did–or, in Obama’s case–didn’t do?

I know, I know. Politics and the fact they are liberals who feel the rules don’t apply to them. But they should. Especially since they are the ones who keep professing to be the party that wants equality for everyone.

Why do their attitudes remind me of communist or socialist leaders? (Yes, another rhetorical question because we all know the answer. It reminds me of what a “good” socialist leader does because they are “good” socialists)

Of course, the media and Clinton’s people are already calling the Brennan document and the information it refers to as “disinformation”. This started last week and will continue, with greater frequency and higher pitch as they become more and more desperate.

But Trump’s not satisfied with just declassifying the documents in question. A master of trolling the media–and the libs in Congress–he made sure the American people know he plans to release the documents sans redactions. That means we’ll see everything. Unless, of course, the libs find a court to block his move. Which they will. Eventually, it will wind up in the Supreme Court. Which makes it all the more important for Amy Coney Bennett to be confirmed to SCOTUS sooner, rather than later.

To say this has been a bad week for the Dems is putting it mildly. Trump tested postive for Covid but didn’t get laid low by it. Not that there aren’t members of the media stirring the pot, trying to convince us that it isn’t Trump in control of his Twitter account and that he isn’t physically capable of performing his duties right now.

He’s pulling back the curtai

n on the Russia investigation and on Hillary’s emails.

But it gets better. Former bureau chief for Investor’s Business Daily, Paul Sperry, tweeted the following:

Psst, check out Sperry’s Twitter feed for more in-depth information about what is included in some of the declassified documents concerning the Russia investigation and Clinton.

Hillary can cry all she wants about how she’s been persecuted and attacked. But ask yourself this: does she protest too much? Why have the liberals fought so hard to prevent the documents concerning the Page investigation, the Steele Dossier, Hillary’s emails from becoming public?

One thing is certain, the weeks leading up to the election aren’t going to be boring. But what will the libs do to take the heat off? We’ve watched for four-plus years as they have tried everything they can think of to not only discredit Trump but run him out of office. What will they do now that so many of their secrets might be about to come to light and their candidate might actually come under investigation?

I’ve said it before and I will say it again: we must get out to vote come November. We must volunteer to be poll watchers. We must hold our elections officials and our elected officials accountable. If we don’t, we might as well just had the keys to our great nation over to the libs and watch as they finish what they started so many decades before: trying to turn us into their version of a socialist “paradise”.

In 1947, Dylan Thomas wrote “Do not go gentle into that good night“. The opening stanza is one we would do well to remember:

Do not go gentle into that good night,

Old age should burn and rave at close of day;

Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

In this instance, the dying of the light refers to the attempts by the Left to destroy our Republic by tearing down our institutions, by limiting our Constitutional rights and by corrupting the system into some perverse version none of our Founding Fathers would recognize.

Do not let them continue. Rage, rage against them for your sake and for the sake of your loved ones. Do it for the sake of our country. If we don’t, we have no one to blame for what happens except ourselves.

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  • I saw an article headline the other day, claiming that the Donald Trump released from Walter Reed would be humbled, a kinder and gentler person after his experience.

    I didn’t open it – I just thought “Hah!” Donald Trump is one of those who is always going to be nasty and vicious to those who are the enemies of the Republic (foreign AND domestic) – and humble enough to chase down the windblown cover of an unfortunate Marine guard to put it back on his head.

    • Amanda Green says:

      You just described him to a tee. Which begs the question: if we can see it, why can’t his detractors? Or maybe they are just masochists who love watching their own heads explode as they continue to fall for his baiting. And make no mistake, he knows exactly what he’s doing when he does things like the drive-by while he was at Walter Reed. He is the master of trolling the Left.

  • GWB says:

    Well, that assumes there were any that hadn’t already exploded
    Unfortunately, they’re like the pawn shop owner in Men In Black.

    does she protest too much?
    Wouldn’t that require her to be a lady? </Shakespeare>

    we must get out to vote come November
    YES. We also need to be overturning rocks. Everywhere. Drain the swamp(s). Pillory the “ruling class”.

    some perverse version none of our Founding Fathers would recognize
    Oh, I think they would recognize it, even if they didn’t have a formal name for it. They saw the religious wars, the French Revolution, and knew of the Mongol invasions. They most certainly would recognize it.

  • Alec Rawls says:

    He SHOULD have ordered declassification. In fact he is only allowing it. Whether the people now allowed to do it actually do it is up to them.

    • Amanda Green says:

      Considering what Ratcliff has already done–and what he says he is still going to do–unless Trump finds a way to lose the election, we’re going to see more. For now, I’m happy thinking about how certain folks are shaking in their boots as they figure up how much their legal fees are going to run them. Of course, I won’t be satisfied until they are hauled into court to answer the charges they should have faced long ago.

  • Tim Murphy says:

    I can’t help but feeling like many Americans, that these revelations are only half the story. We’ve seen an incredible amount of deception, collusion, fil in the ‘X’ of bad/illegal behavior.
    What doesn’t seem to happen is that no one is suffering from consequences of their actions. From riots, voting issues, to outright treason, the impression is that all of these deeds are occurring without consequence. That would lead a person to believe that nothing short of murder is going to be addressed by our legal system.I understand the bureaucratic inertia that comes with government. However, if there isn’t any sign of “correction” these deeds will continue until no one is shocked anymore, especially if it appears that they can get away with it.

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