“Saving America?” No, Donald Trump Is a Clinton Operative

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Edit: Someone sent this to me so I thought I would add it. Maryanne Trump Barry (born April 5, 1937) is a Senior United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She is the daughter of real estate developer Fred Trump and Mary MacLeod Trump and the older sister of real estate/entertainment magnate Donald Trump… appointed by none other than… BILL CLINTON.


It’s been pretty shocking that people are actually walking around talking about how Donald Trump is going to “Save America”. If you ever needed a sign that the country is lost, that’s gotta be it.

But worse is the fact that Trump is so obviously a Clinton plant and people just ignore the facts because right now he’s “telling it like it is”. More like he’s tell you what you want to hear at a time when people are desperate to hear any truth coming out of the American political-industrial complex.

First of all, if anyone ever had half a chance in Hell of changing anything in this country, rest assured The Powers That Shouldn’t Be would not let that person anywhere near the Oval Office. The last time this country had a president that tried to change things, that person got his brains blown out in front of the entire country.

But here’s what actually going on. Hillary Clinton’s private email server woes are not going away, just like the Clinton camp surely had an inkling they wouldn’t. Back in mid-March, The New York Post reported that Valerie Jarrett, Obama’s senior adviser, purposefully leaked details regarding Hillary Clinton’s private email to the press through people outside the White House in order so that the leak couldn’t be directly traced back to the administration.

The scandal bomb, as I reported then, was perfectly timed just before Hillary’s announcement to run as president. Everyone knew by that point that Hillary could  announce her run at any time. And she did, just weeks later, officially announce her bid for president on April 12, 2015.

So how does this all connect to Trump?

Knowing the email scandal wouldn’t go away, the Clinton camp needed a big distraction. So what did they do?

They phoned a friend. In late May, Bill Clinton had a private conversation with his good friend, Donald Trump just before Trump decided to run himself.

Now why would a good friend of the Clintons pose himself as opposition like that?

And I do mean good friend. Here are the Clintons at his wedding in 2005:


Pretty cozy group, huh?

Trump has also donated to the Clinton Foundation, a point that hasn’t gone unnoticed by people like Senator Rand Paul. Yeah, about that:

“I gave to many people before this,” Trump said at the debate today. “When they call, I give. And you know what, when I need something from them two years later, three years later, I call them. They are there for me.”

(And surely, vice versa… I’ll pat your back, you pat mine. Let’s continue:)

His comments came in response to an attack from rival Sen. Rand Paul.

“You’ve donated to several Democratic candidates. You explained away those donations saying you did that to get business-related affairs,” Paul said. “And you said recently, quote, ‘when you give, they do whatever the hell you want them to do.’”

“You better believe it,” Trump responded. (source)

But Trump now claims that he just invited the Clintons to his wedding — where they sat in the front row — and they only came and took those schmoozy pictures together simply because he donated. Uh huh. Sure.

Is that why, in 2008, Trump was quoted as saying,“I’m a big fan of Hillary. She’s a terrific woman. She’s a friend of mine. I think she was treated very poorly and I think it’s hurt Barack Obama quite badly. She’s a terrific woman.”

So she’s not just a terrific woman, but he’s a big fan and she’s a friend of his… and again, because he repeated it, she’s a terrific woman.

In fact, Trump went on to say the only reason he endorsed McCain in 2008 is because Obama did not choose Hillary as his Vice President.

Later, on a CNN appearance, he expanded on his opinion of Hillary and Bill: “Hillary’s a great friend of mine. Her husband is a great friend of mine. They’re fantastic people. I mean, they’re — you know, the thing, they get a bad knock. She’s a very nice woman. People think, tough, tough. And I guess she’s tough, but she’s a very nice woman. And he’s a very nice guy. We know all about the smarts and how smart they are, and all, but they are good people.”

Let’s see… Bill’s a “great” friend, Hillary is a “great” friend, terrific (x2), they’re fantastic people, she’s very nice, they are smart and “good” people. Wow. Gee, what a glowing review.

Trump and Clinton went golfing together in 2008.

But again, we’re supposed to believe they are just loose, casual acquaintances and the only reason he invited Hillary and Bill to his wedding was because he donated to their foundation? (An accusation that he later went on TV and backpeddled on after it came out Hillary’s feelings were hurt? He later said he was just joking about paying her foundation so she’d come to his wedding, saying it was “very nice” that the Clintons went.)

The Clinton and Trump daughters are reportedly close friends. Here they are
attending the 2014 Glamour Women of the Year Awards.

So I guess it’s also just a lark that Trump has changed parties five times since the 80s and donated over half a million to Democrats, including to the likes of Rahm Emmanuel and Senator Harry Reid.

This is all about having big friends in high places. Trump didn’t become a billionaire without making friends like that. That’s how the American oligarchy works.

On top of that, if you look at Trump’s politics — what he has supported on the record until now when he’s in the GOP spotlight, he doesn’t even seem like much of a Republican.

Now he’s talking about things like the 14th Amendment is unconstitutional and if he becomes president he will build a wall that spans the entire Southern border and force the Mexican government to pay for it. But that’s not what he was saying just a few years ago on Bill O’Reilly’s show:

Donald Trump: The biggest problem is that you have some great, wonderful people coming in from Mexico that are working the crops, they’re working cutting lawns, they’re doing a lot of jobs that I’m not sure that a lot of Americans are going to take those jobs. And that’s the dichotomy. That’s the big problem because you have a lot of great people coming in doing a lot of work, and I’m not so sure that a lot of other people are going to be doing that work. So, it is a very tough problem, but I do say this, you have a law, or at least you have to establish a law, and I guess we’re sort of a country and other people aren’t supposed to be coming into our country illegally.

Bill O’Reilly: Now, the 15 million illegal aliens already in the United States, what do you do with them?

Donald Trump: I think right now you’re going to have to do something. It’s hard to generalize, but you’re going to have to look at the individual people, see how they’ve done, see how productive they’ve been, see what their references are, and then make a decision.

Bill O’Reilly: All right, on a case-by-case—going to take a long time and a lot of people.

Donald Trump: A long time, but you know, you have some great, productive people that came. You have to give them a path. You have 20 million, 30 million, nobody knows what it is. It used to be 11 million. Now, today I hear it’s 11, but I don’t think it’s 11. I actually heard you probably have 30 million. You have to give them a path, and you have to make it possible for them to succeed. You have to do that. (source)

Trump is also a big fan of eminent domain:

Donald Trump: Everybody coming into Atlantic City sees that property, and it’s not fair to Atlantic City and the people. They’re staring at this terrible house instead of staring at beautiful fountains and beautiful other things that would be good.

John Stossel:Basic to freedom is that if you own something, it’s yours, that the government doesn’t just come and take it away from you.

Donald Trump: Do you want to live in the city where you can’t build schools? Do you want to live in the city where you can’t build roads or highways or have access to hospitals? Condemnation is a necessary evil.

John Stossel: But you’re not talking about a hospital. You’re talking about a building a rich guy finds ugly.

Ooh, smells like freedom from big government, doesn’t it?

Back on the Clintons, did I forget to mention that Trump is also pro socialized medicine? At least, that’s what he told Larry King years ago:

“So I’m very liberal when it comes to health care. I believe in universal health care. I believe in whatever it takes to make people well and better.”

Here’s Trump specifically praising Hillary’s plans for health care in 2007:

“I think it was very good. I think she came out with an idea. It’s a very, very complex set of things going on right now in terms of healthcare. But she came out with an idea, it sounds like a pretty good idea, and a lot of people like it and embraced it. And she learned a lot from her previous encounter,” Trump said.

So that whole Obamacare thing… yeah, about that. He can promise all day now that he’d do away with it, but if Trump actually got anywhere near the White House, would that law really be going anywhere any time soon?

This list could go on and on and on. People are only hearing what they want to hear.

Again… Trump fans, are you listening??? He is literally telling people only what they want to hear.

Be willfully blind if you want to, but that “hope and change” thing hasn’t worked out so good in the past. At the very least, the guy is a total flip flopper, but worse, if you look into Trump’s actual political history, he’s looking more and more like a Clinton operative all the time.


And considering the Clintons are really just an extension of the Bush camp anyway and vice versa, two arms of the same beast, you know, what with Bill Clinton saying that George H. W. was like a surrogate father and George W. like a “brother from another mother,” that would make all kinds of sense why in July, Bill reassured Jeb, “a lot of this Trump thing will be taken care of during your debates, if not sooner.”

The only reason he isn’t gone yet since the first debate is that Hillary’s server situation has gotten worse. The distraction continues…

Bill knows that when Hillary gets out of the hot water over this server mess and Trump’s duty is done, Trump will fade back out of the spotlight, having stolen (and wasted) a bunch of the country’s time. And Bill can say that with near certainty. Why?

Bill’s phone call to Trump back in May arranged this whole dog and pony show in the first place.

There were only ever going to be two actual choices in this election, as we’ve been reporting for a long time now. You get a Bush or a Clinton. Period. These are your dynasty families, America.

The country was bought and sold a long time ago. It’s gone. Sorry if the truth hurts, but Donald Trump can’t save you from that.

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  • Frank

    The Donald’s service as a campaign distraction/stooge would come at a high price, even to the Clinton’s. And now with Hillary’s campaign imploding from the exposure of her MANY misdeeds and criminal acts, having Trump in office (even as a Republican) might be a fall-back option for them. No, “this Trump thing” wasn’t “taken care of” during the debates, Trump actually got STRONGER and won more support. Where’s Jeb Bush? I haven’t seen him. Is he waiting for everybody else to just miraculously concede and move out of his way? Is the election that rigged where he doesn’t have to get out there and campaign? Highly doubt it. My observance is that he’s another RHINO, soft on crime when it counts and soft on Immigration – keeping America on a path of self-destruction and cultural obliteration.

  • NonYo Business

    Reminds me of the Hope and Change bull shit

    • We did get a lot of change, just none of it for the good.
      De-register from the Slavery Roll called Voter Registration

    • Guillotine_ready

      Saving america is a load of crap anyway, the nation as we knew it is no longer in existence. Economy – toast, border – what border, rule of law – joke, education- indoctrination, media – propaganda, healthcare – often deadly, representation – pipe dream.
      The country failed and fell in a coup. If we want a nation we would be willing to fight for we will have to create it from the ashes we have now.
      It will be a long time before there is a leader who comes forward and is able to persuade anyone with sense to follow them.

  • EgbertThrockmorton1

    I’ve never believed Trump’s claim of candidacy is valid nor do I believe he’s remotely conservative. I would agree he IS a Clinton plant at the very least, OR, a “deal has been struck” between Trump and the Clinton mafioso. Read his “Art of the Deal” and one can see he is not sincere at all about his campaign.I’m not Bush fan either. Trump is posturing and will bail as soon as it is convenient for him to bail on his campaign. He’s promised to run before, and always bailed out then, WHY, is this one any different? It isn’t.

  • HarpDiem

    Throwing in the towel already?

  • masterblaster

    Who wrote this pile of hogwarts/ trump is in it to win it and expose the posers in the Republican party for what they are PAID OFF STOOGES

    • Truth Hertz

      You’re a fool who is now one of “Trump’s Chumps”. Melissa Dykes has forgotten more about this stuff than you’ll ever know.

  • masterblaster

    Iam sure if the Clintons needed a distraction their REAL BUDDIE Uncle JEB could have done the job

  • straight shooter

    I agree that, despite his rising popularity, he doesn’t seem to have his full mojo in it. Hopefully he’s smart enough to know he’d better have a deal worked out with team Clinton because TPTB will never ever let him get into office. I’m thinking maybe it’s a VP offer.

    • clbrown

      Nah… you’re making the mistake of thinking that “the powers which be” want EITHER of those two in office. They don’t. They’re using Hillary, this time, just like they did last time… as a stalking horse. They’re using Trump, too, to trick the lower-intellect Republicans to support someone who already stands no chance of winning, just to ensure that no one “more dangerous” can get the nomination. Once he has it (as they hope will happen)… the kid gloves will come off, and all his dirt will flow out on a daily basis.

      They’re setting up someone else. Not Hillary, nor Biden, nor Gore, nor Sanders, for that matter. My money is on O’Malley.

      He’s young-ish, good looking, charismatic, fun (plays guitar, after all), and is largely unknown, so (just like happened with Obama) they can “redefine him” in the public eye to be whoever they want him to be.

      He’ll play the “reasonable, centrist moderate” role… contrasting sharply with the nutballs I mentioned above… and if he’s running against the “tourette’s syndrome, 12-year-old-boy-mentality Donald Trump (who will suppress Republican voter turn-out and encourage outraged Democrat voter turnout)… he’ll win easily.

      • straight shooter

        Interesting hypothesis. I agree it is still not locked down by any means, and dark horses, usually Democratic, have certainly ‘appeared on the scene’ much closer to the election and ultimately won, as in the case with Carter and Clinton.

        I’m also not discounting a pretty consistent pattern since 1952–with the exception of Carter’s single term–of 8 Democrat years, 8 Republican years and repeat. By that measurement, it would be time for a Republican. Stay tuned.

        • Forgetting Bush Sr.?

          • Asuka Kazama

            Clinton, Bush, Obama, now it’s a Republican’s turn, no?
            Or you talking about Bush Sr.?

  • All of that is just more evidence that the super rich tend to hang out with the super rich that will put up with them.

    • straight shooter

      You do realize that, as he rose in popularity Perot’s family was threatened by Bush Inc in ’92, and there hasn’t been a peep out of the man ever since.

      If Trump’s popularity keeps increasing, his fatal flaw–his extreme narcissism–could kick in, making him appear unstoppable–and scaring the TPTB. If that happens, history will repeat itself (for the countless time), and some form of “engineering” will be brought to bear. Sorry, Trumpsters–that’s just reality in USA Inc and it doesn’t matter if he’s worth 3B or 12B if he’s not on the short list.

      • On the other hand, Trump might have larger testicles than Perot did.

        • straight shooter

          Of course Trump has larger testicles–but that’s not the deciding element in the game, and if you think that anyone can win with rhetoric and popularity without being sanctioned, fine, then we’ll agree to disagree., as my “bona fides” aren’t going to matter to you.

          My point was, Trump’s “testicles” could be what strangle him if he overplays whatever his hand is.

          Perot is far smarter man overall–Trump emotional IQ is pretty low. He’s about 18 emotionally, and his bombast appeals to legions of justifiably angry Americans on a similar wavelength. I’m hardly the first person to point this out about Trump and won’t be the last.

          My Bona fides? Just a former psych minor and would like to think, a keen observer of human nature and understanding of the system seeking deeper awareness and hopefully learning something every day.

          • Official sanction from a major political party isn’t required to win any office. Dr. Ron Paul won his second to last re-election to Congress by a landslide after the Texas Republican Party had endorsed his opponent from the Democratic Party. Those who voted him back in did so because they knew what he was about, and that is precisely what they wanted. When any political race becomes about personal popularity instead of standing for what the people want, then we may as well have a televised pageant and let the judges make the choice.
            If Trump’s hand isn’t clear to you yet, it’s a good thing that psych was your minor, especially if academic outcome is critical to picking a political leader.

          • straight shooter

            I’m not talking about being sanctioned by a political party, and the fact that you still don’t understand my point is when I say, that’s all for me on this one.

          • Then your comment about sanction lacked the requisite specificity to make a point.

  • SovereignPatriot88

    I admit that I have been along for the ride, sort of. At first I thought he was ok. He said the right things. But then I came across the eminent domain thing. At that point I knew it was over. Even though I hoped, against all odds, that he was legit.
    But my biggest clue was how crooked this whole government is and how much control the banksters have over it. Once you come to terms with the fact that voting is worthless because the whole thing is rigged, the idea of having candidates parading around for contributions and votes is ridiculous and pointless. The idea of us saying that this guy or that guy is gonna win, or be a better president is a waste of time. Don’t waste your time trying to convince anyone that republicans are better than democrats. It’s two sides of the same coin. It’s all political theatre. Once enough people figure it out, we can stop playing their game and we can stop playing by their rules. If we don’t figure it out soon, we are in trouble. The best thing we can do is to inform as many people as possible about what is going on. But don’t cram a bunch of conspiracy theories into a short conversation and turn them off. You just need to plant a seed and perhaps offer some sources of information for them. If you’re still ranting about how the democrats screwed up the country and the republicans need to come in and fix it, then I would suggest that you need to wake up as well. I will say this, at the local level, it may be possible to vote or have a voice in what goes on. But once you go up towards the federal level, it is totally corrupt and we no longer have any voice or vote over what they do. All you have to do is look, when one party or the other was in control, did good things happen to us? Overall did we gain freedom or lose freedom? As time goes on have we gained freedom or lost freedom? Wouldn’t you say that no matter which party is in office that we should never lose freedom?
    It may not be noticeable from a few years ago to now. But from say 1970 or so to now is a huge difference. We no longer have the rights that we had back then.
    Our 1st amendment rights are fading away: free speech zones, sharia law. Our 2nd amendment rights are definitely under attack. 3rd & 4th amendment rights are being violated every day by unnecessary SWAT raids on innocent people and people suspected of non violent crimes like possession of marijuana and “welfare checks” (not the dole, but to see if someone is ok).
    I could go on but these rights are clearly being violated every day and the people involved are being killed and having their property destroyed . So we can’t say we have these rights if they aren’t being protected by anyone.

    • Smarty

      Yeah…..he “had me at hello” too. But after the drinks he bought me wore off, I developed a different opinion of him.
      Here’s how I think this will play out. Trump is the back up plan. The first choice of the installers is ‘Ol Hilldog. If that isn’t working out, then it will be the unkempt Bush. Plan C is Trump, running as an independent. They have all their bases covered, since they are all one, big, happy family. This multiple choice question has no wrong answer….

      • SovereignPatriot88

        Agreed. I figured it would be either Jeb or Hillary, most likely Jeb considering that they have trashed Hillary with the e-mail debacle. And she’s probably in on it, taking one for the team. If Jeb gets in despite the popularity of other candidates and how much people are sick of “democrat” policies, it should confirm the lack of influence we the people have.

        • Smarty

          After I commented before, I did a little looking around, and came across this Jesse Ventura Off The Grid site that I hadn’t seen before. Watch the four queued up videos (the first is about 10 mins long, the rest are short) and tell me what you think. If the whole Trump thing is a plant, it’s masterfully orchestrated. And enter one Jesse Ventura, and things get even more interesting….


          • SovereignPatriot88

            When I hit the link I saw a video about Scott Walker and corporate welfare. Made sense, but I don’t think it’s what you intended for me to watch. I’ll check out the site though. Thanks.

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  • Honey badger

    only if lbj and the “federal reserve” didn’t have jfk whacked. We’d probably be in a lot better shape.

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  • brew_it

    She is probably 100% correct in her analysis. Everyone is connected at the top. Sure the left loves to Demonize the Koch Brothers, but at the top, the Koch’s are shmoozing with George Soros at Bilderberger meetings. Not saying the Koch is bad, I think he supports some good endevours , but its fruitless for the left to keep demonizing them.

    • Lab Rat

      It was a feather in the hat for Trump to not be invited to Koch’s focus group shindig for the ‘mainstream’ , or should I say ‘milquetoast’ republican candidates.

  • Gearmoe

    The Sheeple is weak on this article. Of course people know each other, Trump the business person knows many, it’s his job. Smooze, wheel and deal, make things happen. Trump’s fine. Who else should I be rooting for, Bernie the Socialist?

    • Whitebuck

      Clear your head, turn off your television and think… none of the above. For their choice is a dictated illusion of choice. Remember, it’s not real. Stop being distracted by their smoke and mirrors and strive to become enlightened. Anarchy is the only solution. Statism equates destruction and history proves it without exception.

      To “Rule” is to subjugate, stifle and kill!

    • straight shooter

      Trump’s fine???

      Sorry, that statement is not only spectacularly untrue, it’s also irrelevant as he’ll never be elected. And the word is actually, “schmooze.”

  • Hey DS authors, where is the article about the World imploding today? Didn’t the DOW tank again? You know , the pretend gov’t’s giant PONZI SCHEME…..

    as far as the Don: anyone on USA INC’s voting list is a sellout to the States united.

  • Lab Rat

    I’m calling BS on this one. It is evident that Dykes doesn’t care for Trump one bit, so The Sheeple gives her a platform to grind her axe. I’ve lost a lot of respect for The Sheeple for this disjointed political hack job, especially when we have other news going on like a major market meltdown.
    “…in July, Bill reassured Jeb, “a lot of this Trump thing will be taken care of during your debates, if not sooner.”
    How’s that working out Dykes? I’ll bet it pisses you off that Trump’s poll numbers are so far ahead of his rivals.

    “The only reason he isn’t gone yet since the
    first debate is that Hillary’s server situation has gotten worse. The
    distraction continues…”
    To say that her server situation has gotten worse is the understatement of this young century. I guarantee you that Trump’s early success has nothing to do with Hillary’s criminal handling of of her emails.

    Yes, wealthy people and politicians sometimes run in the same circles, and speak well of each other at times, as a business man like Trump is wont to do.
    I clicked over here from Brother John’s site and his link probably probably provided half of the pathetic 2000 hits for this tenuous conspiracy tale.

  • Rosco1776

    “It’s a big club and you ain’t in it!!”

  • ron17571

    People haven’t figured out that the two parties are the same. The people who count the ballots will figure out which candidate will best serve them. Either way we still have many big problems that well drag the country down the tubes.No matter who is in office.
    I predict a coming economic collapse that well make 1929 look like a picnic. Get ready the best you can. City’s well become large killing fields (You think places like Chicago are bad now?) Just wait till the EBT Cards stop working. Get out while you can.
    I give Trump credit for at least mentioning our debt problem and illegal alien invasion. His wife wanted Hillary at his wedding and her showing up shows that Trump knows how to get things done.

  • lordchamp

    Might want to check out the info here before making to quick a decision. http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/08/22/tripwire-alert-evidence-now-exists-to-show-benefit-of-gope-road-mapped-splitter-strategy/

    Be sure to check out all the links at the end of the article too. Lots more proof there.

    Anyone with any sense knows the whole system is rigged but at least Trump has the chance to stick it in the eye of the GOP establishment. All the rest are part of it. The above link and the sublinks prove it in print.

    So like Trump or not, what other choice is there. If it’s not Trump, then it will be bush. We have no control over it. Either way we’re done. It’s just a matter of how hard we land now and what happens after the landing.

  • Idahocntryboy!

    Cruz for President!

    • He is a zionist sellout.

      • kibitzer3

        Worse. He’s ineligible, for not being a “natural born”citizen, and it would be an attempt to make two wrongs make a right. Meaning: the country going deeper into corruption, and the rule of men. A/k/a arbitrary law. Which is the hallmark of tyranny.

        We’re in enough trouble as it is. Don’t wish more on us.

        • Well I am sick of ineligible, zionist plants getting installed into our government. Looks like they are trying to start a new trend of treason.

      • Idahocntryboy!

        Everyone to their own opinion. You probably want four more years of Obama.

        • Everyone is definitely entitled to their own opinion and my opinion is to have a non-zionist sellout for pres… so far there are no qualified candidates to fulfill my wish though…

    • Right after he produces both of his American parents, as required in Minor v Happersett

  • John_Smith001

    I just don’t know about this, but if he is in bed with the Clintons he is in bed with the Bushes. Speaking of the Bushes, shouldn’t Jeb have sicced Rove on Trump by now?

  • BillyBaloo

    Check out the photo shopped photo of Chelsea and The Donald’s daughter! Don’t believe this hog wash!

    • DoggyDaddy

      Yea, that picture is a terrible fake job; amateurs trying to push their anti-Trump agenda.

    • Sure is a fake pic but he really is connected to the clintons .

  • D.Moore

    Now tell me how the Candidates are different and can save America when it’s the mindless American’s voting these people into office

  • aliasooze

    Didn’t Trump pretend to run in 2008 and 2012? So what’s different this time? It’s different that the paid propaganda shills are saying that “the Donald” is saying some of the right things. He’s still rich. He still runs in the circles that regular people aren’t invited to tape let alone be in.
    This is a distraction. It’s mindless fluff and for those news outlets that are treating this like it’s a real story…they need to be boycotted.

  • clbrown

    Thank you for putting all this together in a clear, concise, and cogent fashion.

    You’ll note that the Trump “supporters” all seem to use the same tactics, and same arguments, as the Obama supporters do.

    I got a letter… won’t tell you how… from a senior DNC leader, encouraging all of “us” who are “activists for justice” (meaning leftist stooges) to push Trump as the Republican candidate, even if that means that “we” have to register as Republicans in order to vote in the primary.

    The letter explains how that Trump can easily be beaten… there’s a lot of ammo out there for them to use against him in the general election. There’s the fact that ~50% of registered Republicans DESPISE Trump. So, if they get him named the nominee, he’ll be easy to beat (suppressing Republican turn-out, and encouraging Democrat turn-out, by painting him as a bogeyman after he wins the nomination).

    And, of course, they cover all their bases. They talk about how his positions are actually the closest to those of the Democrat party, and that even if he somehow won, he’d be the Republican most likely to “work with us” on key issues, because he “shares our values on important subjects.”

    So, the WANT him to be the candidate. Whether he is really a willing Clinton stooge, or just a pathological personality being manipulated by the left… hardly matters.

    • Ish-Kay-Nay

      “Thank you for putting all this together in a clear, concise, and cogent fashion….”


      • clbrown

        And there we go, another “leftist pretending to be a conservative supporting Trump” showing the standard-operating-procedure behavior we’ve all come to expect.

        That is… trying to apply “Alinsky’s Rule #5” in the most inept, and ineffectual, means possible.

  • Jimmy G

    And the last time Trump ran – who was he distracting for? No manipulation of manure, words, and thoughts will change the truth or fool any but the intellectually inferior folk… Boys and Girls, use your Heads – it will be much too late when you are dead…

  • DoggyDaddy

    President Reagan was liberal but evolved into a being conservative. With Trump it is just a risk like anyone else would be. We are going to have to see how he holds up over the next several months.

  • Along that same archive.org/details/Atlantean_Conspiracy

  • Elizabeth Greene

    I have a less nuanced view on this. Who do you want staring down Isis? Trump? H. Clinton? Sanders?

  • sparksfly

    I want to see him run as a 3rd-party candidate. He’s the darling of the whole Tea Party section of the GOP and the Tea Party claims that it’s a Nixonian “silent majority” chunk of America. If Trump runs 3rd-party we’ll all get to see just how big a percentage of the population they really are, because they ALL vote. The more moderate element of the GOP can vote for whoever emerges victorious from the blood-soaked interior of the GOP clown car and they can duke it out with whoever the Dems wind up running with–I think Shillary’s going to implode, so it’s a pity for the Dems that they pretty much decided in 2008 that she was going to be the candidate for 2016.

  • Ish-Kay-Nay

    The sheeple is truly the site of nut-jobs and fruit cakes. What a stupid article. I’m here for the laughs.

  • Bubba T

    Ain’t a friggin’ one of ’em worth a crap ‘cept maybe Cruz and even that’s a push.

  • Peggy James

    I have suspected this since Trump announced he was running. Trump makes fools out of his supporters and Hillary makes idiots out of hers. And, people have told me the idea was insane. Thanks for verifying the truth for me! They must think they are brilliant scam artist. Bernie Sanders is an honest authentic leader who will get the corruption out of our government and rebuild the middle class.

  • Only one way to change this : #Bernie2016

  • Stinker
  • Truth Hertz

    How allegedly intelligent people can believe anything this “Reality SHow” HUCKSTER says is beyond me. It just goes to show that the vast majority of the public has the collective memories of a fruit fly.

  • John Bastardson

    This smells like a cunt fart

  • Rich Haas

    Ok who is blind-sided by this article? Anyone that doesn’t know by now that all politicians & wealthy stick together, they’re not awake and need wake up immediately before it’s too late! There is class division and Privilege status in the U.S. but not like they want you to believe! It’s the Wealthy that are Privileged and feel their above/in control of us!
    For the most part they are, and we allowed it to happen! If we are ever to take back America for the type of people our founders intended it to be, “We The People ” need to take back control of this Great Nation! It seem everybody with wealth are the only ones running for office, “We The People ” need to get a man of the people to run! They say we can’t do that because they are unacquainted with the political process of today, well I say that isn’t a problem I say that’s a plus and the problem is today’s leaders playing too much politics! It has already been shown by Trump that today’s American are tired of all the political correctness and political games, so I propose Jim H. Haas from NC. To be our next President of the United States of America !!

  • Pancho Perico

    This article is pure disinfomation.

    Trump has ten times more money than the Clintons. The Clintons are well paid puppets in the hands of the Rockefellers. If Trump wanted to be a puppet he would likely had become a puppet of the true puppet masters, not a second-hand puppet of the puppets.

    Moreover, there are some important verifiable facts this article ignores.
    1. Donald Trump is not a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
    2. He was not a PNAC member.
    3. He is not a neocon.
    4. He has never attended a Bilderberg meeting.
    5. He has never attended a meeting of the World Economic Forum.
    6. He has never said that the U.S. Constitution is outdated.
    5. He does not think that the US should eliminate its borders and fuse with Mexico and Canada into a North American Union.
    6. He has never shown his support for a New World Order.

    That’s the reason why he was never invited to speak at the Council on Foreign Relations. That is also the main reason why so many Americans of all political persuasions who love this country are supporting him.

  • julie john

    Why would trump say he would prosecute Hillary, audit the fed, get down to proof of 9/11. Just bringing this stuff incites the crowd. None of the other candidates are bringing it up… Just planned parenthood…… And do you think trump would run if he didn’t have a bunch of stuff on all those elites? He must know how dangerous it is. Truthfully, the elites aren’t as scare of trump as they are the people getting so angry that they will start a armed revolution. If trump bows out to let Hillary have it… You don’t think the majority of people will be so furious that he will be fearing the people who he betrayed. No… I think he is smart… He got info hidden ex ready to be read to the public if trump is killed.

  • RECO

    LOL guess 6 months ago they never thought he do so well.

  • You keep waiting for your red or blue hero to show up, I’ll stay in reality and observe.

    • Freedom1111

      So…in your reality…who are you voting for – or are you not voting at all? ALL of the rest of the candidates are known sell outs. Even Cruz is a flip/flop when the going gets rough. All they seem to care about are their own careers. Trump is the only one who at least offers America some hope. There’s no hope with any of the others. Would you prefer everyone just stay home and not vote at all? Not me. Even if Trump isn’t what he says he is, I believe he will do at least SOME of what he has promised to do because he’s too much of an egotist to have to stand in front of us all and admit failure or defeat. That’s just not his style. As far as the other repub candidates go, I’m still waiting for the rest of the GOP field to keep their 2014 promises. I’m sure not believing they will keep any they make in 2016. By the time they do, i’ll be dead from old age.

      • This British corporation needs to be abolished. De Jure instead of DeFacto law, American flags in the courtroom again. Get rid of the corporate constitution of 1871 and reinstate the one from 1789. The whole scam is an unstoppable train into the abyss anyway but it’s only a corporation posing as a country that is failing, not the republic but ignorance prevails because of the public fool system. Government and schools don’t mix and never should IMO. Step 1: take control over our money and get rid of the FED.

        I don’t believe Trump is the saviour everyone thinks he is and I do hope I am wrong.

        • Gary

          I hope you’re wrong too, but I’m fairly sure you’re spot on.

      • pmk

        Ted Cruz has actually shown that he does what he says he will do.


  • lol, I don’t prostrate myself at the feet of mortal men and I don’t need a savior, religious or political… you know who I depend on? ME! You should try it sometime, it’s a lot of responsibility though and there’s no one to look up to that will save you so it may not be your cup of tea 😉

    I hope your god delivers all he has promised if he’s not running interference for his close friend Hillary 🙂 http://www.people.com/article/hillary-clinton-donald-trump-wedding-photo

    There’s a sucker born every minute…

  • I am not part of anything… get it? 😉

  • cindysteve

    Guess I Am NOT the only one who thinks that Drump might be working with the HiIIary team! Drump has seemingly and effectively split the GOP ,thus, Making it much better for her not to need independents and the youth vote in a general,, I can only pray IF and only IF BERNIE losses because of rigged and corrupted politics he will join Jill Stein as her VP or better yet, she his VP in the green hopfully un-corrupted party! #BernieJillneverHill

  • Anonymous

    You describe a political machine so powerful that it can dictate who will become president, and even kill any president who “tries to change things,” yet not powerful enough to “make the email scandal go away”…

  • That’s a very popular tattoo these days, and I have yet to meet anyone who has it who seems to be likely to know what it means, just thinks it looks good.

  • Native New Yorker

    What total BS. You should be ashamed!

  • john dillngerr

    trump is a pitch man,that’s it-he is broke as hell,all his investments are leveraged to the max-it is plainly obvious he is a clinton shill running to screw up the republican primary-hillary would lose to cruz or kasich,but not to trump

  • Asuka Kazama

    Hilary will only get votes, because the “anti-trump” “conservatives” will not go out and vote (for trump) which only gives a vote for Hilary. So, yeah, it’s not Trump giving Hilary the vote; it’s the “anti-Trump” people (the Ted-Cruzers) who refuse to vote for Trump. If only the Ted-Cruzers could see through that wool, and go out and vote (even if it has to be for Trump), so they do not give votes to Hilary. Do not let Hilary fool you can steal votes via you not voting.

  • Jim

    This idea still stands. I think Trumps job was to do what Ross Perot did in 1992 to get Bill in. Just take away votes from the republican candidate. I think Trump was going to run as an independent when the Republican Party ousted him for his rhetoric. They didn’t anticipate his following would be so strong and then he actually won the nomination. That was even more than the Clintons and their backers the banksters had anticipated. Now as you can see all Trump will do if he gains on Hillary is continue to say crazy stuff to infuriate certain groups until his numbers go down and he can’t win. Then Hillary gets in just like the banksters wanted. She can do their bidding and Trumps net worth will go way up in the next few years. That’s how the elite plays the game you suckers.

  • Ben William

    I’m not sure the boys at the top want Hillary in the spotlight. Trump could do a whole lot of damage as the ‘trusted’ president, and Hillary could run the show from behind the ‘Trump curtain’.

  • Casper Leitch

    The Breath Taking Politics Of The Clinton’s – 5 MORE With Close Ties To The Clinton’s Mysteriously Die In Last 2 Months..

    Hilary Clinton’s e-mail account now has its first dead body. It was announced on Aug 08, 2016 that, due to Hilary Clinton and her team using the name of a Iranian spy in their hacked e-mails, the spy was executed by the Iranian government. This guy, as far as we know, had no close ties to Hilary. His death is solely due to the poor judgement and negligence of team Hilary.

    A news report about this:

    Ron Paul talks about this:

    Napolitano and Assange Say Email Leaks Lead to Death of Scientist

    By now, you might be asking yourself – why does the title of this piece use the phrase: ‘5 MORE With Close Ties To The Clinton’s Mysteriously Die’? For those of you to young to recall, by the time Bill Clinton moved out of the White House, there was a long string of people closely entwined with the Clinton’s (over 50 as of last count) that have met with a mysterious death or suicide.


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  • Trustin Judeau

    They are actually distant cousins.

  • mag da

    you arent even american so shut the fuck up and mind your own business.