Alex Jones Warns The Deep State May Soon Nuke Washington, D.C.
By Jared Holt | January 30, 2018 2:49 pm
Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist who leads the Infowars network, warned today that if the “deep state” forces that he claims are conspiring to remove President Trump from office are desperate enough to unleash a nuclear weapon to do so, “this is the time they’re going to do it.”
Today on “The Alex Jones Show,” Jones discussed the House Intelligence Committee’s vote to declassify Rep. Devin Nunes’ memo that Republicans claim proves that Democrats misused national security agencies in an attempt to undermine President Trump and his associates. If the memo contains what he believes it may, Jones said, the deep state and globalist forces secretly controlling the country will begin to flail.
“They’re on TV saying, ‘Trump, we’re coming for you. We’re going to kill you,’ to make it look like everything was peachy keen for all their operatives and their deep state people,” Jones said before acting out an imagined conversation between deep state globalist forces and U.S. government bureaucrats. In the role-playing, Jones impersonated a member of the secret elite barking orders to investigators to keep pursuing Trump and his associates’ possible ties to Russia.
Jones then compared his Infowars audience to the rebel fighters at the end of the first “Star Wars” movie as they attempted to take out the Death Star.
“We’re about to squeeze the trigger and fire those torpedoes down the main reactor shaft, or you can put us in the other seat. We’re Darth Vader and here comes a Millennium Falcon. We’ve got to blow that thing up, politically.”
“So I’d be watching all sixes right now for what they’re going to pull,” Jones continued. “They want to set a nuke off in D.C.? They want to pull some kind of hanky-panky? This is the time they’re going to do it.”
Red alert warning: Trump may fire Mueller soon
BY BRENT BUDOWSKY, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 01/30/18 10:15 AM EST
Trump ordered Mueller's firing, then backed off: NY Times
Democratic leaders should vow that if Democrats regain control of the House, the House Intelligence Committee will be composed of members equally divided between the parties.
They should vow that the chairmanship rotates between the parties no matter which party controls the House and will never again be treated like a partisan political farce in a banana republic state — the way it is being treated today by committee Republicans and Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.).
I now strongly believe that President Trump will soon fire Robert Mueller, using the upcoming report of the Justice Department inspector general as a pretext to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, which would pave the way to fire Robert Mueller, which would guarantee the most extreme constitutional crisis in American history.
With an 85 percent probability, I now believe that President Trump will never agree to be questioned by Mueller and his special counsel team. The fast-moving time schedule to resolve whether Trump does or does not agree to be questioned by Mueller will be a precipitating event for Trump firing Mueller if indeed this occurs.
I assign a probability to these warnings because they may not be proven correct. However, because there is a significant prospect they are, and because the consequences for America would be so dangerous and dramatic if they are, it is time to issue a warning in the strongest possible terms that a great constitutional crisis may be imminent for the republic.
There is one way to prevent this constitutional crisis, which in my view has already begun and has been advancing in slow motion for many months with the repeated actions by the president to fire, threaten, intimidate, bully, pressure or politicize every leader of every institution of justice and law enforcement in America, one after another, from the beginning of his presidency until today.
Congress must pass pending bipartisan legislation that would protect Mueller from being fired by Trump. The House and Senate must take roll call votes in which members take unequivocal stands to prove to their constituents and the nation whether or not they truly want to uphold the rule of law in America by protecting Mueller from being fired by Trump.
Local media should ask every member of the Senate and House whether they support the bipartisan proposals to protect Mueller from being fired. The argument of some members, that they vehemently oppose Trump firing Mueller but do not believe the legislation is needed because they do not believe he will do it, is one of the most specious and dishonest excuses ever offered by legislators to oppose a bill.
If legislators who oppose this protection for Mueller do not believe Trump would ever fire him, there is no harm done by preventing an act they do not believe will happen anyway.
Republican leaders in Congress should consider what will happen to Republicans in the midterm elections if they kill legislation that would protect Mueller from being fired by Trump and he is then fired by Trump.
They would be engulfed in a national firestorm of outrage for refusing to act due to partisan political reasons when they had the chance.
Here is what obstruction of justice looks like:
Trump fired Preet Bharara, the U.S. attorney from New York. He fired Sally Yates, then acting attorney general, after she warned the White House that Michael Flynn, Trump’s national security adviser who has since reached a plea bargain with Mueller, could be subject to blackmail by Russia.
Trump fired FBI Director James Comey after Comey would not make a loyalty pledge to Trump or let Flynn off the hook. Trump has threatened to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions and tried to bully Sessions into using the Justice Department as a political weapon to attack his opponents.
Trump repeatedly threatened, attacked and sought to remove former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe. The president has repeatedly attacked and threatened Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
While Russia is attacking America, Trump once attacked the CIA, which defends America from the Russian attack, by shamefully and despicably comparing the CIA to Nazi Germany. Trump has also attacked British intelligence.
Trump has repeatedly and aggressively attacked and attempted to discredit the FBI, aided and abetted by his strongest allies in Congress, including the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, who runs his committee like it is the Republican National Committee — one of the most egregious abuses of power in the history of Congress.
Trump’s repeated hostile and aggressive attacks against the leaders and institutions that protect and enforce justice and law enforcement in America are unprecedented in the history of our republic.
There is now a clear and present danger that Trump fires Mueller. It is urgent that Republicans join Democrats in passing the bipartisan legislation that would prevent this, before it is too late.
If Republicans refuse to support this measure, they will pay a major price at the polls in the midterm elections. More importantly, the nation will pay a heavy price for these continued attacks against the rule of law in America.
http://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/ ... eller-soon
John Guandolo: Trump Must ‘Purge’ Government, Military, And Investigate Congress For Treason
By Kyle Mantyla | January 31, 2018 4:45 pm
John Guandolo, a disgraced former FBI agent who now makes a living as an anti-Islam conspiracy theorist, appeared on VCY America’s “Crosstalk” program yesterday where he urged President Trump to purge everyone in the government who was appointed by President Obama, dismiss all generals in the military, and investigate members of Congress “for committing sedition and treason.”
Guandolo, who has recently been calling for those responsible for the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and members of the media who have attacked the president to be tried for treason and executed, said that he recommend to Trump prior to the election that he should “purge” the government upon taking office and is urging him to implement this plan now.
“When we talk about a purge,” he said, “it would include everybody who is a SES in the government being asked to leave—and I don’t mean asked, I mean, ‘You’ve got 24 hours to pack your junk and get out of your office.’ You can task the inspector generals [sic] and within 24 to 48 hours they could provide you a list of names of everybody in their component compartments that were appointed by Mr. Obama and you would fire all of those people. I would fired everybody in the military who has a star on their shoulder, every general officer and one through four stars in the Navy; fire them because they are the ones responsible for us losing the wars.”
“I think investigations into members of Congress who are aiding and abetting our enemies and committing sedition and treason,” Guandolo also suggested, “and making real examples of them.”
Ron Johnson wants communications from 16 new DOJ and FBI employees, including James Comey and Andrew McCabe
Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson has requested the Department of Justice turn over communications from 16 FBI and DOJ officials, including former Director James Comey and former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
In a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein sent Wednesday, the Wisconsin Republican requested “all documents and communications” — which includes emails, memos, notes, texts, iPhone instant messages, and voicemails — from 16 employees between January 1, 2015, to the present.
The request is part of the committee's broader probe into how the FBI handled its investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
Johnson requested the aforementioned communications from Peter Strzok and Lisa Page — the FBI agents who at one point exchanged anti-Trump sentiments before being assigned to special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe — as well as Comey and McCabe.
He also names outgoing FBI chief of staff James Rybicki, acting FBI Deputy Director David Bowdich and John Giacalone, the lead FBI agent on the probe into Clinton's emails.
Johnson also asked for the text messages between Strzok and Page that were previously recovered after being considered missing.
The FBI had announced earlier this month that roughly 50,000 texts from Strzok and Page sent between Dec. 14, 2016, and May 17, 2017, were missing because of a technical issue on employee-issued phones.
Last week, Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz told Johnson the messages had been retrieved.
“According to material produced to the Committee, Ms. Page and Mr. Strzok make references to communicating with other FBI employees via text message, phone calls, and email,” Johnson wrote.
Johnson also asked Rosenstein to say when the Justice Department became aware of the failure of the FBI to retain the previously missing Strzok-Page texts, and if the FBI has had glitch issues with other employee-issued devices.
The deadline for the request is February 14, Johnson said.
Johnson has repeatedly expressed concern that the Strzok and Page text messages show the FBI has political bias against President Trump.
The government shutdown is Febraury 8th.
If mass FBI agents resign, and the government shutdown happens during, or after, Trump can declare a state of emergency and martial law.
We all know what happens next, just like Erdogon in Turkey did. He then fires teachers, and police who oppose him, based on their social media postings, it's all indexed.
Putin helped Erdogon take over Turkey with this EXACT same strategy.. and it worked.
Former FBI agents are warning that FBI Director Christopher Wray has to be prepared to quit, should President Donald Trump assent over bureau objections to the release of a memo calling the FBI’s integrity into question.
The release of the memo, considered imminent, shows no signs of stopping, even as the leader of Democrats in the House called on its Republican author, Devin Nunes, to be removed from his chairmanship of the House intelligence committee. It was the latest move in an extraordinary episode that appears set to spark a crisis over the criminal investigation into Trump’s potential ties to Russia.
At the center of the storm is Wray, Trump’s hand-picked FBI director. Wray got his job after Trump fired James Comey last year for what Comey described as insufficient personal “loyalty” over the Russia investigation.
On Wednesday, Wray’s FBI publicly attacked Nunes’ memo for “material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo’s accuracy.” Trump overriding Wray will immediately call Wray’s future in the Trump administration into question six month into his tenure.
Former FBI agents say that they hope Wray can remain in office, and pull Trump and House Republicans back from the precipice of what may be a pivotal moment in the bureau’s history. But they also say Wray needs to show his willingness to walk.
“Given the climate and the recent activities, going as far back as Director Comey’s departure, Wray definitely must be prepared to resign,” said Erroll Southers, a retired FBI special agent now at the University of Southern California.
“I don’t think the director has to resign. He should be prepared to publicly discredit this cherry-picked, fake memo and expose Nunes,” added former FBI counterterrorism special agent Ali Soufan. Soufan cited the bad blood between Director Louis Freeh and President Bill Clinton in the 1990s as a sign that the FBI can continue investigating a president despite their relationship collapsing. . .
HOW ‘THE STORM’ BECAME THE BIGGEST FAKE NEWS STORY OF 2018
A meme celebrating a fake news story called #TheStorm.
Also, if you liked #Pizzagate, the fake conspiracy that implied Democratic operatives were housing a child-trafficking ring in the basement of a D.C.-area pizzeria, it too has been incorporated into the broader universe of #TheStorm: As a conspiracy website called Disclosure News recently put it, “The last information coming from QAnon are [sic] pointing out potentially some very bad news for traders [sic] and pedophiles, not the least of which is an unprecedented number of flights to Guantanamo Bay,” the U.S. military prison in Cuba.
What about Seth Rich, the Democratic National Committee employee who was murdered in July 2016, spurring an avalanche of fake news? On cue, his tragedy has become fodder for the storm. Believers in the conspiracy claim that “Q” knows the truth about what happened to him, and imagine that Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, the oft-maligned former chairwoman of the DNC, ordered the El Salvadorian gang MS-13 to carry out the killing. In addition to the theory not being true, Rich’s parents have expressed disgust with how their son’s murder has been turned into a fake news story—so much so that they filed a lawsuit against Fox News and other parties they believe were responsible for spreading it in 2017.
A Facebook Trending topic page featured a fake news website that pushed Pizzagate
Before It’s News has a history of spreading fake news and misinformation. Its founder, Chris Kitze, told The Guardian in May 2017 that “he allows users to post any content” on the website “without fact-checking,” and said, regarding a false claim that photos had existed showing former President Barack Obama practicing Islam in the White House, “A lot of people think Obama is Muslim. That’s what it plays on. Is it real? I don’t know. The fact is a lot of people thought it was real or it reflects their sentiment.”
The website has featured stories pushing the Pizzagate conspiracy theory, falsely claiming that the Las Vegas, NV, mass shooter was “an undercover FBI agent,” promoting forged documents that originated on a fringe message board on 4chan targeting then-French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, pushing the conspiracy theory that the chemical attack by Syrian President Bashar Assad on his people was a “false flag,” claiming Obama “hacked” Supreme Court Justice John Roberts, falsely claiming that German Chancellor Angela Merkel had purposely allowed ISIS in Europe, and falsely claiming that an Alaska judge had called for Obama’s arrest.
Jerome Corsi Suggests That Rep. Adam Schiff Is Being Blackmailed Over Involvement In Pedophilia
By Kyle Mantyla | February 7, 2018 3:54 pm
Jerome Corsi, a right-wing “journalist” for the conspiracy theory website Infowars, returned to the “Lionel Nation” program today to discuss his latest effort to “decode” the cryptic postings of an anonymous internet user known only as “Q,” which he claimed reveal that Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff may be being blackmailed over alleged involvement in pedophilia.
Corsi has recently dedicated himself full-time to covering the cryptic postings of an anonymous 8Chan forum board poster known as “Q,” whom some right-wing activists believe to be a high-ranking official within the Trump administration—or possibly even President Trump himself. Q’s posts are at the center of a fringe right-wing conspiracy theory known as “The Storm,” which alleges that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is really a cover for President Trump’s efforts to take down thousands of corrupt political, business and entertainment leaders who are part of a massive satanic pedophile ring.
Relying on recent posts from Q, Corsi attempted to tie Schiff, the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee and leading critic of a recently released memo regarding surveillance of a Trump campaign adviser, to the sprawling conspiracy theory. Corsi alleged that Schiff had ties to three people who died in a recent helicopter crash, all of whom were “associated with the Standard Hotel, a trendy, gay-friendly hotel located in Schiff’s district in West Hollywood, California.” Offering absolutely no evidence to substantiate anything he said, Corsi reported that “a pedophilia ring” was being run out of this hotel and now “you’ve got Schiff being involved, perhaps, with blackmail, there is possibly pedophilia, all of which has been suggested by QAnon as the subject of research.”
“So Schiff has now exposed himself as being examined for his background and his shady dealings and his deep involvement,” Corsi declared, explaining that Schiff’s opposition to Trump has opened him up to investigations that will now uncover “the underlying pedophilia.”
“There are basically two directions this is going in,” Corsi said. “One is you’ve got treasonous or seditious activity to deny Trump the presidency and when you investigate these people,” you discover that they “were engaged in massive human crimes in the process.”
Jerome Corsi Suggests Carter Page Was ‘An FBI Asset’ Planted In The Trump Campaign To Justify Surveillance
By Kyle Mantyla | February 8, 2018 10:39 am
During his appearance yesterday on “Lionel Nation,” Jerome Corsi of Infowars suggested that former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page was actually an informant planted in the campaign by the FBI with orders to induce it to collude with Russia in order to justify government surveillance.
“Carter Page, it does appear, was an FBI asset,” Corsi said. “The interesting possibility is if the FBI had set up some kind of a sting operation where they said to Carter Page, ‘You go get yourself embedded in the Trump organization somehow or other and then at these meetings with Trump, continue to bring up the idea of Russia, Russia, Russia and see if you can’t get them to bite on the idea that you could either produce dirt on Hillary or collusion with Wikileaks to steal emails and swing the election against Hillary.'”
“If he turns out to be an FBI asset planted in the campaign to make this happen,” Corsi added, “you’re going to have an incredible plot which will again reinforce the idea that this was sedition and treason and a massive plot against Donald Trump.”
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