Pat Buchanan: The Conspiracy to Break Trump

Most of us conspiracy realists already knew that a plot has long been in place to derail the Trump train, both before and since the election.

There are so many threads in the plot that it’s not possible to keep track of all them in one short, readable post. It would take a book and a complicated flow chart to tally it all up.

The respected, well-known Patrick J. Buchanan offers a summary of part of the plot here.

At Mar-a-Lago this weekend President Donald Trump was filled “with fury” says The Washington Post, “mad — steaming, raging, mad.”

Early Saturday the fuming president exploded with this tweet: “Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!”

The president has reason to be enraged. For what is afoot is a loose but broad conspiracy to break and bring him down, abort his populist agenda, and overturn the results of the 2016 election.

At its heart is the “deep state” — agents of the intel community, their media collaborators, and their amen corner in a Democratic party whose control of our permanent government is all but total.

At the heart of the case against Trump is what appears to be a Big Lie.

It is that Vladimir Putin and Russian intelligence hacked the DNC and John Podesta’s email account, then colluded with Trump’s friends or associates to systematically sabotage Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Therefore, Trump stole the election and is an illegitimate president. In this city, Trump is looked upon as a border-jumper, an illegal alien.

Yet let us consider the constituent components of the charge.

For months, we have heard that U.S. intel agencies agree that the Russians hacked the DNC and Clinton campaign, and gave the fruits of their cybertheft to WikiLeaks, because Putin wanted Trump to win.

For months, this storyline has been investigated by the FBI and the intelligence committees of both houses of Congress.

Yet where is the body of evidence that the Russians did this?

Today’s Wikileaks Vault 7 release shows that the CIA has the capability to hack and make it look like the Russians did it by using Russian signatures in the CIA’s hacking software.

The NSA probably has a similar capability.

Don’t forget that the neocon (((Deep State))) seeks war or total domination over Russia. Putin isn’t cooperating by turning his country over to American Jews.

More critically, where is the evidence Trump’s people played an active role in the operation? Why is it taking the FBI the better part of a year to come up with a single indictment in this Trump-Putin plot?

Is this all smoke and mirrors?

In late February, The New York Times reported that Trump officials had been in regular touch with Russian intelligence officers.

The smoking gun had been found!

Yet, almost immediately after that report, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus told Fox News “the top levels of the intelligence community” had assured him that the allegations of campaign contacts with Russia were “not only grossly overstated, but also wrong.”

If what Reince says is true, the real crime here is U.S. security officials enlisting their Fourth Estate collaborators, who enjoy First Amendment privileges against having to testify under oath or being prosecuted, to undermine the elected commander in chief.

We all know by now, if we have any sense, that the New York Times is not a trustworthy news source.

Now we expect Russia to seek to steal our secrets as we steal theirs. After all, our NSA wiretapped Angela Merkel and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. Our National Endowment for Democracy pushes “color revolutions” to bring about regime change in the near abroad of Putin’s Russian Federation.

Our NGOs are being restricted, shut down, expelled from Russia, China, Israel and Egypt, because they have been caught interfering in the internal affairs of those countries.

There is talk that Putin use the pilfered emails as payback for Clinton’s urging demonstrators to take to the streets of Moscow to protest a narrow victory by his United Russia party in 2011.

As for the alleged wiretapping of Trump Tower, President Obama has denied ordering any such thing and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper assures us nothing of the sort was ever done.

Yet, there are other reports that intelligence officials got a warrant to surveil Trump campaign officials or the Trump Tower, and, though failing to succeed in the FISA court that authorizes such surveillance in June, they did succeed in October.

In my experience in dealing with executives, they never actually put their questionable orders in writing or even state them directly. They send signals to the their underlings who then do the dirty deeds out of an implicit understanding of what the executive wants.

After today’s Wikileaks Vault 7 release, who can doubt that the feds spied on Trump himself and all his people.

If true, this is a far more explosive matter than whether a Trump aide may have told the Russians, “You’re doing a great job!” when WikiLeaks blew DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz out of her job for tilting the playing field against Bernie Sanders in the primaries.

What needs to be done now?

The White House should tell the Justice Department to tell the FBI to expedite its investigation and file a report on what was done by the Russians. And if any Trump campaign official criminally colluded with the Russians, send the recommendation to indict to Justice.

The acting attorney general should instruct Director James Comey to run down, remove and recommend for prosecution any FBI or intel agent who has leaked the fruits of their investigation, or fake news, to the media. If Comey cannot find the source of the leaks, or lies, coming out of this investigation, a housecleaning may be needed at the bureau.

While President Obama may not have ordered any surveillance of Trump or his advisors, the real question is whether he or Attorney General Loretta Lynch were aware of or approved of any surveillance of Trump and his staff during the campaign.

Russian hacking of the DNC is a problem, not a scandal. The scandal is this: Who inside the government of the United States is trying to discredit, damage or destroy the President of the United States?

For these are the real subversives.

Comey is not to be trusted anymore than the wolf can be trusted to guard the sheep. Trump should have asked for his resignation, but now that’s a difficult thing to do because of the politics.

This is an ongoing, developing story that will probably have a somewhat inconclusive outcome. We may never know the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

7 thoughts on “Pat Buchanan: The Conspiracy to Break Trump

  1. As to the NYT:

    “NYTimes Caught Lying: SAME Reporter Said Trump Team Was Wiretapped In January But Said TRUMP Lacked Evidence In March”
    by Jeff Dunetz

    On January 19th and 20th 2017, The NY Times reported that wiretaps of people on the Trump team were passed along to the Obama White House, one of the story’s authors was Michael S. Schmidt. On Saturday that same Michael S. Schmidt was one of the reporters who wrote the story, “Trump, Offering No Evidence, Says Obama Tapped His Phones.” That’s right, the same NY Times reporter who was one of the sources for the President’s claim, said that there was no evidence for the claim.”

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  3. Beware ye delicate SWPL Eloi, for I am an icky, low-brow anti-semite. Since the jews started their great migration from Russia to America in 1870, America has been the jew’s pawn and plaything. From Israels inception in 1948, that relationship was turbo-charged on steroids to our detriment. Poor Pat Buchanan. He has been labeled an anti-semite for so many years. A prophet is never appreciated or accepted in his own time or country. Donald Trump represents the greatest threat to the Jew Matrix since the Siege of Jerusalem in 70 A.D. Do not let his cordial words regards Israel fool you.

  4. Someone’s snooping on Trump. If not how did anyone know about the Australia and Mexico calls with Trump that were made public?

    I’m thinking after November 8, (((Democrats, CIA))), expected Trump to receive the usual congratulatory calls from leaders around the world. Looking for anything to bring him down, nothing worked so far, they latched onto Russia because Trump said he’d like to work with Putin on ISIS. We know all that. Add that to Russian hacking into the DNC (hacked GOP, too but couldn’t get in), which US does too, they had the perfect scenario for destroying him, arresting him for treason, throwing him in jail.

    Pence, next in line, appears to be a softy to me, one easily (((controlled))), but, in the meantime, they’re working on finding something on Pence to get him out. Paul Ryan, next in line, is already a neocon.

    The CIA may not have been listening to Trump in Trump Tower, but they would intentionally listen in to other country’s leaders during the day, 7 days a week, 31 days a month, hoping to catch Trump and his staff in a conversation. Isn’t that what Hillary’s gay campaign staff member said? Still that’s spying on Trump using indirect means! So, now the CIA can say we were just doing our job listening in to Putin’s and the Ambassador’s conversations and just by chance caught a discussion with Trump. But, really, don’t lie to me, CIA, you were targeting Trump, his staff, and cabinet members!

    Everything we see and hear on (((cable, radio, newspapers, and websites))) right now is Gaslighting.

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