September 22, 2018
The New York Times is claiming the vile Jew Rod Rosenstein planned to secretly record Donald Trump in an attempt to claim he was insane so they could invoke the 25th Amendment and remove him from office. You can go read the article if you want. It is bog-standard NYT writing – long, complex and with absolutely zero named sources. Everything is from alleged anonymous sources.
The basic claim is that right after the firing of Comey – which Rosenstein recommended, based on his performance in the Hillary debacle – Rosenstein met with DoJ officials and planned to have himself, Jeff Sessions, John Kelly, or random people being interviewed for the FBI job, secretly record Trump, which would somehow show that he was insane, which would then allow them to attempt to remove him from office by force and replace him with Mike Pence.
The 25th Amendment reads, in part:
Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.
So a straight reading of this situation – one which assumes the NYT isn’t making it up, which is a big assumption – would be that Rosenstein encouraged the firing of Comey as part of a plan to remove Trump from office.
We already know that he did that, because he was the one who appointed Mueller after Trump fired Comey after he recommended that Trump fire Comey, based on Comey’s memo, which was based on the pissgate “dossier,” which Rosenstein already knew was fake way back in 2016 when he signed off on lying to the FISA court about it.
In fact, the Times article also says that when he was attacked for writing the memo to justify Comey’s firing, he “became very emotional” and said that he would be vindicated – “the Jew cries out in emotion as he plots to overthrow the government.”
So the idea that he was also planning some other crazy shit like secretly recording Trump and then trying to convince Mike Pence to overthrow him is not unbelievable.
It is unbelievable that the New York Times would print something that wasn’t part of their plan, even if it is true. It is not only unbelievable, it is inconceivable.
So if you take that into account, than this NYT piece is designed to bait Trump into firing Rosenstein in the same way that Rosenstein himself baited Trump into firing Comey – and the truthfulness of the allegation is irrelevant. Presumably, the top kikes that determine what is printed in the NYT have a plan to initiate some kind of other process if Rosenstein is fired.
That was my take as soon as I heard about the story. Then I saw that Hannity is saying the same thing.
Sean Hannity on Rosenstein: "I have a message for the president tonight. Under zero circumstances should the president fire anybody. These actors, tonight, and I have multiple sources confirming this … it is all a set up" pic.twitter.com/xAjHLcfDh3
— Andrew Lawrence (@ndrew_lawrence) September 22, 2018
Hannity says he has sources. “Sources” are whatever. But this is the most obvious thing in the world – they are trying to provoke Trump into taking action and they have a plan to respond to it.
So I definitely agree with Hannity that Trump should not fire Rosenstein right now.
What we need to do is win the midterms bigly.
Then we can do a whole bunch of stuff.
Presumably, Mueller has some kind of “October Surprise” planned, which will be some unfounded allegation to attempt to influence the midterms. Firing Rosenstein would fuel whatever it is that they are attempting to launch.
Trump said last night, after the release of the NYT piece, that he’s going to start firing people.
President Donald Trump issued an ominous warning about the Justice Department and the FBI on Friday, promising further firings to get rid of a ‘‘lingering stench’’ following reports that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed secretly recording the president.
Trump, speaking at a rally in Missouri, did not explicitly mention the Rosenstein furor, which was first reported by The New York Times and confirmed by The Associated Press.
But Trump lashed out against what he sees as anti-Trump bias in the Justice Department, touting the firings he has orchestrated, unnerving many in federal law enforcement and sparking fears about the future of the special counsel’s Russia probe, which Rosenstein oversees.
‘‘You’ve seen what happened in the FBI and the Department of Justice. The bad ones, they’re all gone. They’re all gone,’’ Trump said. ‘‘But there is a lingering stench and we’re going to get rid of that, too.’’
Obviously, everyone needs to be fired, and the lingering stench of these unwashed Jews obviously needs to be removed.
But this is a trap.