Trump Dossier is “grave American national security threat” According to National Security Expert (Tucker Carlson Video)

Kudos to Professor Cohen. We need to hear more from him on the left’s efforts to mount a soft coup d’etat before Donald J. Trump even takes office.

Excerpt from PJ Media

Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies at New York University and Princeton, spoke with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Wednesday evening about the most recent unsubstantiated report about President-elect Donald Trump’s alleged ties to Russia. Cohen, who is also a contributing editor for The Nation , has been (fairly or unfairly) referred to as “a slavish defender of Putinism” and “Vladimir Putin’s best friend in the American media.” But he has an incisive, sharp intellect and a highly informed point of view on Russia that deserves a hearing.

Carlson asked Cohen what he thought of the salacious dossier published by BuzzFeed Tuesday.

“You’re talking about the stuff released yesterday about the sexual and financial blackmail?” Cohen asked.

“That’s right,” answered Tucker. “That he’s basically a pawn, in effect, in Russia — they’re blackmailing him to do their bidding.”

“This is, if not the endgame, if not the last chapter, an attempt to destroy Trump’s presidency before he gets to the White House,” said the professor.

“As for that document — published in BuzzFeed or whatever — I’ve seen stuff like that before in Moscow. It’s junk.”

6 thoughts on “Trump Dossier is “grave American national security threat” According to National Security Expert (Tucker Carlson Video)

  1. Pingback: Trump Dossier is “grave American national security threat” According to National Security Expert (Tucker Carlson Video) | Afro Futurism

  2. I know someone who is more a threat than President to be, Trump.

    “Obama Expands Surveillance Powers on His Way Out”

    “With mere days left before President-elect Donald Trump takes the White House, President Barack Obama’s administration just finalized rules to make it easier for the nation’s intelligence agencies to share unfiltered information about innocent people.
    However—and this is especially troubling—“if analysts stumble across evidence that an American has committed any crime, they will send it to the Justice Department,” the Times wrote. So information that was collected without a warrant—or indeed any involvement by a court at all—for foreign intelligence purposes with little to no privacy protections, can be accessed raw and unfiltered by domestic law enforcement agencies to prosecute Americans with no involvement in threats to national security.”
    Flanders – As with many such things, it’s difficult for an everyday citizen, one who is actually law-abiding and free-speaking, to access just how these things may be applied against them at some time in the future, but that is no reason why they should feel that it won’t be applied somehow to them. The ominous often becomes a storm even when you’re looking at it thinking that it’s pretty, and aren’t expecting it to get worse – when it’s already too damned late to do anything about it.

    Domestic surveillance of real Americans, when the problems are due to those who are not real Americans should not be allowed. Specious arguments that “everyone is equal”, especially in situations where most of the problems are well-known to be with those who are called “American”, but who are termed that only under a strained “legal” concept which amounts to being in fact a “pseudo-legality”. That type of interpretation, or an argument that it would be “racial or ethnic profiling” to do so, should not be allowable to stop intelligence collection from being properly done. Bootstrapping such arguments in order to make them apply to real and everyday types of real Americans should NOT be legal, and it is doing other than that which is a deplorable danger and truly is not right. To do other than, as it is presently being done, that IS un-American.

    • “Our Presidents should not be able to conduct secret operations which violate our principles, jeopardize our rights, and have not been subject to the checks and balances which normally keep policies in line.” – Morton Halperin, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Affairs
      The CIA didn’t want to discuss their people who were in the television networks in 1973. I suppose this below was from the Frank Church committee hearings, although the video blurb say’s 1950.

      “This is an old clip showing admittance of the CIA that they use the mainstream media to manipulate the thoughts and ideas of American citizens in the USA.” [3 min]

      “On January 22, 1946, President Harry S. Truman issued an executive order setting up a National Intelligence Authority, and under it, a Central Intelligence Group, which was the forerunner of the Central Intelligence Agency. Truman recognized the need for a centralized intelligence apparatus in peacetime to help ensure that nothing like the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor would ever again happen. The organization that was to become the CIA took on a life of its own and over the past four decades has become the secret army of the President of the United States. Presidents from Truman to Ronald Reagan have used this secret army whenever they found it impossible to achieve their policy goals through overt means.

      Over the years, the CIA has evolved from an agency whose primary assignment was to gather intelligence into a powerful entity whose help is enlisted to help attain American foreign policy goals.”

      The above was from the introduction page. This below is the overall link.

      • I really don’t understand how you can keep up with it, Paladin, but you are doing outstanding work. Good luck. I’ve suspected you have been having a DOS attack aimed at your servers recently, due to loading time, but I know too little to help in that regard.

  3. So let’s assume for the sake of argument that everything in this “dossier” is true.
    So what?
    There’s no crime here. It’s a personal matter.
    The left is always telling everyone to stay out of their bedrooms.
    How would this compare to Bill Clinton putting his Cuban cigar in his intern’s vagina while in the Oval Office on the phone with world leadership?
    Recall how the Dems and the left cried that it was all a personal matter with Bill and we should leave him alone?
    Recall the greatest sex predator to occupy the White House, JFK? Revolving door of prostitutes with Mafia connections and Russian spies to satisfy his needs and yet we name airports, schools, and highways after him.
    So what?

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