The Exact Day AG Barr Appointed a Special Counsel, President Trump Said This: “I’ll Only Say It Once”…

Posted originally on The Conservative Tree house on December 1, 2020 by Sundance

According to the latest news developments, AG Bill Barr appointed John Durham as a special counsel on October 19, 2020.  To me the appointment looks like a total con-job.

I hope I am wrong, but every time we grant the institutionalists the benefit-of-doubt we are betrayed… Every.Single.Time.  Ergo “codependent no more”.

However, that said, listen to this speech soundbite that was made on that exact October 19th date by President Trump.   Listen very carefully: “I’ll only say this once”…

Did President Trump get notified, internally about the appointment, by someone in the concentric circle of the presidential office? My hunch says yes, based on the specificity of the speech comments made by President Trump.

Now hear this next part very clearly…. This is how the administrative state takes advantage of their insider positioning to control outside elements that are a risk to their status. They weaponize the principled honor of their target. This is why good people, decent people, do not last in Washington DC.

THAT is how a good man, a very decent man, has his love, honor and willingness to trust, weaponized against him. AG Bill Barr duped POTUS Trump, our president gave him full benefit of the doubt. Listen to that video: “I’ll only say this once”…

Do you remember the warning by Castellanos?  Think back to the 2015 instructions from republican insider Alex Castellanos as he described how the RNC could eliminate the disruptive influence of Donald Trump:

[…] “The best way to do it is how Brutus killed Caesar. Get real close, snuggle up, and shiv him in the ribs”… (link)

{Go Deep}

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