Video: Stefan Molyneaux and Twitter’s Bill Mitchell Discuss Syria

POKING FUN AT BILL MITCHELL, ON THE RIGHT. MILO ON THE LEFT.

Bill and Stefan Molyneaux got together to debate the recent American military action in Syria. That debate is embedded below.

Bill Mitchell follows traditional conservatives in being gung-ho toward American military action. Molyneaux is a libertarian. There’s a big difference.

Stefan opposes America’s self declared role as policeman of the world, while Mitchell strongly approves.

I agree with Stefan, but Mitchell gets to make his points. Molyneaux does not shout over his guests the way some do.

I watched over an hour of the hour and 16 minutes. To me, this video is worth watching if you have the time. To be more accurate, I didn’t watch so much as listen as I did research for other posts. The points being made were a constant distraction, catching my interest.

Published on Apr 10, 2017

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Do you support President Donald Trump’s military intervention in Syria and the Middle East as a whole? Bill Mitchell joins Stefan Molyneux for a thorough discussion and debate on the recent military action in Syria, the threats of regime change, the possible removal of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the history of American foreign interventions, the reliability of U.S. intelligence, avoiding World War 3 and if this damages Trump’s how this impacts the America First campaign promise.

Bill Mitchell is the host and creator of YourVoice Radio and one most influential non-candidates on social media the election cycle – with 200,000+ Twitter followers and millions of impressions daily.

Follow Bill on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mitchellvii
YourVoice Radio: http://www.yourvoiceradio.com

House Intel chairman: Trump’s personal communications may have been collected

DEVIN NUNES, CHAIR, HOUSE INTEL COMMITTEE.

A bombshell was dropped on Washington politics on Wednesday by House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes.

President Trump’s communications were the subject of “incidental collection” according to Rep. Nunes.

Which translated into reality means that somebody was getting everything they could on Trump in order to smear him or blackmail him into following the New World Order agenda.

CNN

House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s personal communications may have been picked up by investigators through “incidental collection.”

Nunes said at a news conference he discovered the potential surveillance of Trump himself while reviewing intelligence reports, but said it was not related to Russia.

“This is a normal, incidental collection, based on what I could collect,” Nunes said. “This appears to be all legally collected foreign intelligence under” the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

Nunes said he alerted House Speaker Paul Ryan about the collection and is traveling to the White House Wednesday afternoon.

“I’m actually alarmed by it,” Nunes said.

Asked whether he felt vindicated by Nunes’ comments, Trump told reporters in a brief exchange he felt “somewhat” vindicated.

Democrats on the committee appeared blindsided by Nunes’ announcement. Rep. Jim Himes said he spoke with ranking Democratic member Adam Schiff, and that neither of them are familiar with the evidence Nunes is citing.

Nunes is chairing the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into Russian meddling into the US election last year. Two weeks ago, Trump asked Congress to investigate whether Trump Tower was wiretapped by his predecessor, then-President Barack Obama.

On Monday, Nunes’ committee held a hearing featuring FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers. At that hearing, Comey confirmed for the first time that his agency is investigating possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign and whether any crimes may have been committed during last year’s election campaign as part of a wider probe into the hacking of Democratic servers and the Clinton campaign.

Also at that hearing, Comey said he had seen no evidence so far of the specific allegation of wiretapping Trump Tower.

Nunes did not know whether the “incidental collection” happened at Trump Tower, and could not say for certain whether Trump’s communications were directly collected.

Nunes said the collection included Trump transition officials and that it happened after the election. He said he could not say whether it meant that Trump was “spied on”

“I’m not going to get into legal definitions, but clearly I have a concern,” he said.

As all of the confusing stories break out in the media about Trump, the Russians, wiretapping, blah, blah, blah, try to remember at least one thing: (((They))) want us confused.

The simple take away from yesterday’s explosive revelation is that we already knew in our hearts that the Deep State spies on everybody, so why not Donald Trump, the one man who might be able to throw a monkey wrench into their cushy, comfortable old boys club.

The unasked question that the media will avoid like the plague: What did Obama know and when did he know it? Were Obama’s actions legal or illegal?

Obama picked a good time to spend a month in Tahiti.

Report: FBI Did Wiretap Trump Tower in Search of Evidence of Russian Money Laundering

Recall from decades ago the strategy called the “limited hangout.”

Allegedly, this was the strategy used by the Nixon administration in regard to the Watergate affair.

You reveal a little of the least damaging aspects of the truth to cover yourself from more serious charges.

You can view the following story about FBI surveillance however you like, but I view it as an FBI limited hangout, designed to cover criminal wrongdoing by the FBI.

Excerpt from RT.com

The FBI did spy on Donald Trump’s flagship high-rise in New York while looking for Russians, but the operation took place four years ago and not during the 2016 presidential campaign, according to a report by ABC News.

Federal agents spied on what they described as an “international money laundering, sports gambling and extortion ring” that operated out of unit 63A in Trump Tower between 2011 and 2013, ABC News reported Tuesday. The surveillance resulted in more than 30 indictments in April 2013.

The apartment used by the suspects was just three floors below Trump’s own penthouse residence, but the FBI investigation did not implicate or involve the real-estate tycoon who would go on to become the 45th US president, according to ABC.

Rather, the investigation focused on Trump Tower resident Vadim Trincher, who eventually pleaded guilty to racketeering charges and is due to be released from prison in July.

The ultimate target of the FBI operation was Alimzhan Tursunovich Tokhtakhounov, also known as “Taiwanchik,” suspected of bringing into the US more than $50 million in profits from illegal gambling. The money came from Russia, Ukraine and other countries, and was laundered through shell companies and banks based in Cyprus, Mike Gaeta, the lead agent in the FBI probe, told ABC in 2014.

The Uzbekistan-born mobster had already been indicted for trying to fix figure-skating competitions at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tokhtakhounov escaped arrest, however, and has not been caught since despite Interpol’s “red notice.”

I almost forgot the J word, which is Jews. I strongly suspect that the “Russian” mobster at the heart of this story is part of the Jewish mafia. That would explain how he’s been able to escape capture for over a decade.

White House Reporter Has Biggest Story in the World Right Now (Video)

I’m posting two videos made within the last day by former Breitbart White House reporter Lee Stranahan. Both are rambling.

Stranahan believes he has the story that can bring an end to the Deep State. It revolves around Deep State criminality related to the DNC refusing to allow the FBI to examine DNC computers, which were allegedly hacked by the Russians.

Stranahan’s videos are hard to follow.

This comment at GLP describes the top video in a nutshell:

The public deservers to know why the FBI did not get access to the DNC servers when such a “serious” crime was supposedly committed by the Russians.

The Russians supposedly hacked the DNC servers, “threatening our democracy” —- yet the FBI was not permitted to look at the servers?

THIS STINKS TO HIGH HEAVEN.

And another, slightly longer, summary:

He wrote a 3400 word article on Brietbart about how the FBI was denied access (multiple times) to the DNC servers that were supposedly hacked by Russia…

AND an outside company, Crowdstryke, at the hands of an ex-FBI agent, and a Russian born guy, were the ones who investigated the server, and reported to the FBI.

His boss, gave him the green-light to publish the article, but told him to stay away from the Whitehouse, ie; don’t ask Sean Spicer about the topic.

And he’s pissed

Here’s the link to the Breitbart article by Stranahan that implicitly calls FBI Director Comey a crook.

The second video below was made after Stranahan’s decision to quit Breitbart news. It goes over more of the same territory.

However, Stranhan brings up George Soros’ control of Macedonia. Stranahan says that he intends to travel to Macedonia to try to dig up incriminating information on the role that Soros is playing in bringing down President Trump.

Stranahan was featured at two conspiracy theory sites yesterday. Both of them offer some background to the story that the former White House reporter believes can break the back of the Deep State.

Context at The Gateway Pundit

More context at Zerohedge

A commenter on one of these sites has sent the first video to President Trump, where he hopefully will watch and act.

Insane McCain: Rand Paul is Working for Vladimir Putin

I’m liking Rand Paul more and more for standing up to war mongers and to RINO Paul Ryan.

Rand is a man of peace.

That will get you slandered by John “Songbird” McCain every time.

CBS News

John McCain says Rand Paul is “working for Vladimir Putin”

Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, speaks during a press conference at the U.S. Capitol Feb. 5, 2015, in Washington, D.C. WIN MCNAMEE/GETTY IMAGES
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Updated with statement from Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

Sen. John McCain accused fellow Republican Sen. Rand Paul of “working for Vladimir Putin” on Wednesday.

The fireworks came as McCain spoke in support of a Senate unanimous consent request in support of Montenegro’s bid to join NATO. The libertarian-leaning Paul, who has often advocated for a less interventionist foreign policy, opposes the resolution.

“You are achieving the objectives of Vladimir Putin…trying to dismember this small country which has already been the subject of an attempted coup,” McCain said, in an apparent reference to Paul.

McCain then asked that the resolution be passed unanimously, prompting an objection from Paul who then exited the room. McCain then reiterated his accusation.

“I note the senator from Kentucky leaving the floor without justification or any rationale for the action he has just taken. That is really remarkable — that a senator blocking a treaty that is supported by the overwhelming number, perhaps 98 at least of his colleagues, would come to the floor and object and walk away…The only conclusion you can draw when he walks away is he has no argument to be made.

He has no justification for his objection to having a small nation be part of NATO that is under assault from the Russians. So, I repeat again, the senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin.”

Later Wednesday evening, in a statement to CBS News’ Alan He, Paul argued that U.S. resources are being stretched by multiple commitments.

“Currently, the United States has troops in dozens of countries and is actively fighting in Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Yemen (with the occasional drone strike in Pakistan),” Paul wrote. “In addition, the United States is pledged to defend 28 countries in NATO. It is unwise to expand the monetary and military obligations of the United States given the burden of our $20 trillion debt.”

McCain and Paul have battled over foreign policy issues in the past. In a February interview with ABC News, for example, Paul said that McCain has “advocated for war everywhere” and that the U.S. would “be in perpetual war” if McCain were “in charge.”

McCain just admitted that 98 percent of Senators are either fools, knaves, or both.

If you’re a politician, stand up and be counted against World War III, the war that will kill all life on earth.

Neocons are insane. McCain just proved it.

Clinton’s Homosexual Campaign Manager Admits Trump was Wiretapped (Video)

Here’s the whole interview with slick talker Robby Mook, Hillary’s campaign manager. MUH RUSSIANS! MUH RUSSIANS! MUH RUSSIANS!

Who knows if this guy is telling the truth or if he even knows anything.

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.

Unz.com

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.

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