Me Next.

By |2019-10-13T08:54:54-08:00October 13th, 2019|Categories: Comics|Tags: |3 Comments

It do be like that, don’t it?

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  1. anonymous October 13, 2019 at 9:13 am

    Anatomy of the phone call now imperiling Trump’s presidency

    There were dozens of ears listening to President Donald Trump’s 30-minute phone call with the leader of Ukraine that is at the center of a House impeachment inquiry , and as many eyes that saw what he said.

    White House staffers, working in the secure, soundproof Situation Room in the West Wing basement, listened in and chronicled the conversation . National Security Council personnel edited a memo written about the call. White House lawyers, according to a government whistleblower , directed that the memo be uploaded into a highly restricted classified computer network. And there were the staffers whose keystrokes on a computer made that happen.

    They represent a universe of people, little known outside their vital circle of national security officials, who can either support or disavow the whistleblower’s account. Their roles could well become more public as the impeachment investigation unfolds and Congress seeks additional witnesses.

    Some staffers involved with the call still work at the White House; others have left. But what was thought to be a routine conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy turned into anything but that, when Trump asked him to investigate Ukraine’s involvement in the 2016 presidential election and the activities of Democratic political rival Joe Biden and his son Hunter.



    By the time staffers in the Situation Room got the president of Ukraine on the phone at 9:03 a.m., Trump had just finished firing off tweets claiming complete vindication from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s congressional testimony the day before about the Russia investigation. On the call, Trump was first to speak. He showered the 41-year-old Ukrainian, a novice politician and former comedian, with praise following his party’s victory in parliamentary elections. Zelenskiy chatted about how he wanted to “drain the swamp” in Kyiv and how he wished the European Union would provide more financial support. He told Trump that Ukraine was ready to buy more Javelin anti-tank missiles from the United States.

    The next 10 words that came out of Trump’s mouth — “I would like you to do us a favor, though” — are what triggered the House impeachment inquiry that has imperiled his presidency.

    Trump asked Zelenskiy to work with Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Attorney General William Barr to look into Biden and his son, who served on the board of a Ukrainian gas company.

    Trump says it was an innocent, “perfect” call. But some White House staffers, worried that Trump seemed to be asking Ukraine for dirt on Biden, sounded alarms. They suggested the memorandum of the call — “telcon” for short — be transferred into a restricted server, usually reserved for documents about covert operations.


  2. anonymous October 13, 2019 at 9:15 am

    Fake enemies, loaded language, grandiosity, belittling critics: Cults expert claims Donald Trump’s tactics are taken straight from playbook of Sun Myung Moon, David Koresh and Jim Jones

    …..Donald Trump is a master manipulator who exhibits the same behaviors as dangerously famous cult leaders who spread confusion and fear while demanding absolute loyalty and creating alternative ‘facts’ and realities to attack critics.

    ‘These are the same methods used by Sun Myung Moon, L. Ron Hubbard, David Koresh, Lyndon LaRouche and Jim Jones’, writes noted cult expert and Harvard Medical School professor Steven Hassan in his upcoming book The Cult of Trump, published by Free Press.

    Once a member of the dangerously manipulative Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church in the 70s, Hassan escaped the Moonies and believes that ‘Trump has gotten where he is today because he has exploited that same cult leader playbook – with his absolute confidence, grandiosity of “Only I can fix this”, sowing fear and confusion, lying about the facts and belittling critics’.

    Following the cult leader profile, Trump commands devotion from his audience at rallies, uses patriotic music to herald his appearance while supporters wearing his hats stand cheering behind him on camera.

    He harangues endlessly about how misunderstood he is by the media that he now labels as ‘corrupt’ and not just ‘fake news’, and repeats how great his followers are and how much he loves them.

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