President Trump Seeks to Capitalize on Popularity of Kook Conspiracy Theories

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 24, 2017

Trump has seen the popularity that was gathered by the kook conspiracies of the Democrats with relation to Russia.

The kooks said that Trump told Russia to send a phishing email to John Podesta and then told Julian Assange to publish them. They also said that a public meeting with a random Russian lawyer was part of a plan to… do something sinister.

They claimed that 17 intelligence agencies agreed that Russia hacked the election, even though they didn’t and no one had any proofs of anything.

And these were very popular with the media.

So now Trump is trying his own hand at kookery.

Fox News:

President Trump accused Iran of collaborating with North Korea to strengthen their missile technology Saturday evening in a Twitter post criticizing the 2015 nuclear agreement between the U.S., Iran and five other nations.

“Iran just test-fired a Ballistic Missile capable of reaching Israel,” Trump wrote. “They are also working with North Korea. Not much of an agreement we have!”

Nonproliferation experts have long suspected North Korea and Iran are sharing know-how when it comes to their rogue missile programs. Earlier this month, CIA Director Mike Pompeo told Fox News’ “Special Report with Bret Baier” that Iran would “certainly be someone who would be willing to pay” for that expertise.

“The North Koreans have a long history of being proliferators and sharing their knowledge, their technology, their capacities around the world,” Pompeo said. “As North Korea continues to improve its ability to do longer-range missiles and to put nuclear weapons on those missiles, it is very unlikely if they get that capability that they wouldn’t share it with lots of folks.”

Trump posted the tweet hours after Iran claimed to have successfully tested a new ballistic missile capable of reaching parts of the Middle East, including Israel.

The missile, known as the Khoramshahr, has a range of 1,250 miles and is based on a North Korean design. A similar missile was tested in late January and blew up 600 miles after launch.

The Iranian test-launch constituted a direct challenge to Trump, who last month signed a bill imposing mandatory penalties on those involved in Iran’s ballistic missile program and anyone who does business with them.

Trump has vowed repeatedly to take a tougher line toward Iran than his predecessor, threatening at various times to renegotiate or even dismantle the nuclear deal, and shoot Iranian boats out of the water if they provoke U.S. naval vessels in the Persian Gulf.

On Wednesday, Trump told reporters that he had made a decision about whether or not to pull out of the nuclear deal, but declined to say what it was.

Earlier this week, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani vowed Iran would strengthen its missile capabilities without asking for any country’s permission, just days after Trump accused Iran in an address to the United Nations General Assembly of exporting violence to Yemen, Syria, and other parts of the Middle East.

Saying that North Korea is working with Iran is like when George Bush and Condaleeza Rice tried to say Saddam Hussein funded 911. It is a-class kookery. And the only point of it could be to try and forward some confusing new international war scenario.

Trump’s UN speech was pure “Axis of Evil” Bush II gibberish.

Exactly what we do not want.

I wish we could just make America great again.

That’s all I ever wanted to do.

I didn’t want to have wars with Iran or North Korea or any other shit country that no one gives any fucks about.

If we’re going to do a war we should do one with Saudi Arabia.

Or with the Mayor of London.

Surely, banning Uber is a bigger deal than these pointless missile launches of Iran and North Korea.

Or I would accept some kind of war with aliens.