Wednesday, March 8, 2017


I'll pretty these posts up with pictures and more info sometime. And there will be an e-book releases shortly after the first 100 days. "144K" The First Trump Minutes."

DAY 48:
Donald Trump still has not released his taxes. I assume, because he is still under audit. But, Good News. 2016 Taxes are due in a month! I’m sure he’ll release those. You know who else didn’t release their taxes? HITLER! Speaking of Hitler,

Ever wonder how Hitler was able to win the hearts and minds of Germans, and the secret admiration of uncle Ralph, who just sent you an email warning you that Obama is raising a secret army disguised as lawn jockeys and will be taking over D.C. by this summer? I can name at least one reason. Hitler was a showman. He knew the people needed a bit of pomp with their dire circumstance.

When Hitler breezed into Czechoslovakia, he threw himself a massive celebration for his 50th birthday. He made sure he had the world’s largest army parade, complete with tanks and tens of thousands of soliders marching in endless columns, as heads of state laid lavish presents at his feet.
Remember how upset President Trump was when some people and reality suggested the crowds at his inauguration were a lot smaller than the crowds for Obama? And remember when Trump tried to order the army to bring out tanks for his inaugural parade, but the army said “You’re fucking crazy, sir?” And remember when Trump said that as soon as he started speaking, the rain stopped and God’s holy light surrounded him in a shroud of anointed protection (I paraphrase, but not by much)?

Now, I’m not saying Trump is trying to copy Hitler. I think we all know Hitler was much better at it than Trump is proving to be. But his off the Kampf remarks do make me wonder sometimes.

Carl Ichan, Trump's bestest friend, reported that he is betting the market will turn soon, and not relying on the "Trump High." Will your president also short the market? Will he be placing his bets on a market bust? IF so, will he do anything as President to help make that happen? Who knows? What we do know is that if this president had set up a blind trust, we wouldn't have to worry about it.

That’s what the man said. More than once. I think that was before he asked Russia to hack into Clinton’s own emails.

Here’s how Trump expressed his love for the intelligence community?

To understand Trump’s love of our intelligence communities, we have to go wayyyy back in time, all the way to October 2016, a time when adults went to Halloween parties dressed as slutty candidates.

Oct. 7, 2016: The DHS and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence put out stated that the Russian government “directed” hacking “to interfere with the US election process.”

Oct. 9, 2016: During a debate, Trump said “maybe there is no hacking.” But then he went on to express his love for the DHS and DNI: : "But I notice, anytime anything wrong happens, they like to say the Russians are — [Clinton] doesn’t know if it’s the Russians doing the hacking. Maybe there is no hacking. But they always blame Russia." Silly Intelligence agencies. Tricks are for kids, not Russians.

Dec. 11, 2016: "They have no idea if it’s Russia or China or somebody. It could be somebody sitting in a bed some place. I mean, they have no idea."

Then, a few months later, Trump finally admitted that Russia was behind the hacks, by questioning the intelligence community’s track record

Dec. 9, 2016: "These are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction."

Ok. Trump wasn’t ready then to support our intelligence agencies. But, in January 2017, as the reality and gravity of the office of the president began to weigh on Trump’s thoughtful shoulders, Trump finally had change of heart.

Jan. 3, 2017, Trump tweeted: The "Intelligence" briefing on so-called "Russian hacking" was delayed until Friday, perhaps more time needed to build a case. Very strange!

Can you feel love, tonight?

Jan. 6, 2017, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a report confirming that Putin “developed a clear preference for President-elect Trump.” The report further confirmed that Putin engaged in a broad “influence campaign” to “undermine public faith in the U.S. democratic process” and to help elect Trump.

THE NEXT DAY!: Jan. 7, 2017, Trump stood up for America again and addressed the intelligence communities conclusions that Russia was behind the hacks and email leaks. He tweeted: Julian Assange said "a 14 year old could have hacked Podesta" - why was DNC so careless? Also said Russians did not give him the info!

Then on, Jan 11, after being briefed by the CIA on a dossier that Brian Steel, the former MI-6 spy who’s report is being verified piecemeal every day, Trump again tweeted his confidence in the CIA: Intelligence agencies should never have allowed this fake news to "leak" into the public. One last shot at me. Are we living in Nazi Germany?

See? Trump brought up Hitler WAY before me.

Okay. So that’s our president’s take on the CIA, and our intelligence communities in general. Wikileaks: Love it! American Intelligence: FAKE!

So what happens now? Wikileaks released information that may be extremely damaging to the CIA, as well as to lonely men who jack it to internet porn on their smart TVs. How confident are our intelligence communities that the President has their back? And how much did I laugh while typing that last sentence.
Serious shit.

Speaking of SERIOUS SHIT
N. Korea launched four missiles and they did a good job of it. Our Kimchee swilling friends are rapidly becoming the number one international crisis, second only to the nuclear terrorist attack that destroyed Sweden earlier last month.

We have sent anti-missile defense systems to South Korea, and are probably going to do the same with Japan. That’s probably a smart move, but it is pissing off China. We have a lot of uniformed Americans in South Korea and North Korea doesn’t seem to be too nervous about it. Sabre rattling is the number one song in many parts of Asia these days.
And we have President Trump, a man dedicated to studying a problem, immersing himself in details and making careful, informed decisions.

As of March 20, at any rate. That’s when the hearings on Russian interference in our election start. Given that our AG, and two heads of our Intelligence Committees are all Trump Cronies who were intimately involved in the Trump campaign, I am a little doubtful about the impartiality of this hearing. Steel, the guy who put together that report that alleges that Trump’s campaign actively colluded with Russia to hack the election and help Trump win, is not expected to be called as a witness.

April 2016. Mayflower hotel. Washington D.C. Small event. Trump, Flynn, and Russian Ambassador were in the same room. Just another piece of info, another suspicious contact. Not enough to say Trump colluded in any way with Russia.

As reported on Rachel Maddow last night, the Russian diplomat that was apparently in charge of making sure the people who where hacking our election were paid, was recalled by Russia. So he can’t be asked any questions here. What is interesting, is that this fact was also reported in that still not completed dossier by Steel. But it IS another piece of information in that dossier which has been verified.

I went way over word limit today. No TRUMPCARE discussion here. Maybe tomorrow. But it sounds like this first crack at replacing Obamacare is doomed to fail, and that’s without even getting the democrats involved, and despite the fact that Trump has assured us it is a beautiful plan. And I really wanted to take another look at Sessions perjury. Maybe tomorrow.

“144k The first 144,000 minutes of the Trump Administration” will be coming to an ebook near you. Stay toned.
It’s 8:59am

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