Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Trump’s Got a Secret Admirer

Considering just how much Ron Paul tried to alter the political and economic narrative in similar directions, this is no surprise. The hard part is understanding that there are essential truths out there and that Trump shares them. That he shares them is not what he will necessarily address now though. That will come in its own good time.

The board of directors for the Fed remains untenanted and we are not told why. Surely a plan is afoot and it will be important.

My point is there is a huge plan in place and it is very much succeeding. It succeeds best if you and I do not have the details. Secrecy matters. After all we know of 40,000 sealed indictments. All this leads to blanket arrests in which the whole massive network of the DEEP STATE literally disappears one day soon. There will be no come back from that.

There is actually much to admire in Trump's Traverse as he restores the Republic and makes corruption no longer an option which will be the real legacy of the NSA.

Trump’s Got a Secret Admirer

The Good Doctor is Warming to the Good Donald

The entire deep state, mainstream media and establishment political figures have piled on President Donald Trump for meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin this morning. These interests felt that Trump should have eschewed diplomacy and instead rattled sabers against the Russian leader, but Trump’s extending of the olive branch to Putin has earned him the praise of peace-loving former Texas Congressman Ron Paul.

Paul, a frequent critic of the US foreign policy status quo, appeared on a broadcast of his Liberty Report today to express praise toward Trump for how he is pursuing diplomacy with Putin. Paul has been called a Russian agent in the past because he called for opening up relations with the Russians and applauds Trump’s bravery in standing up against the military-industrial complex.

“[The military-industrial complex’s] goal is to have an enemy because that’s what motivates this whole system of finances, and oil, and banking, and militarism, and military weaponry,” Paul said.
Paul has been a frequent critic of Trump for not doing enough to drain the swamp. Paul has criticized Trump for putting more troops in Afghanistan, supporting the drug war, expanding the surveillance state, his use of tariffs in trade policy, and other key issues; but even Paul – the ultimate stickler when it comes to questioning government – had to stand in awe of Trump’s display in Helsinki this morning. His son expressed similar joyous sentiments.

“I think engagement with our adversaries, conversations with our adversaries, is a good idea,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said during a CNN interview. “Even in the height of the Cold War, I think it was a good thing that [President John F. Kennedy] had a direct line to [Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev].”

“I think there is a bit of Trump-derangement syndrome,” Paul said. “I think there are people who hate the president so much that this could’ve easily been President Obama early in his first administration setting the reset button and trying to have better relations with Russia.”

It’s not hard to see why Rand supported Trump’s display today. Trump even channeled the “Good Doctor” at various points while addressing the hostile press.

“As president I cannot make decisions on foreign policy to appease the media or the Democrats who want to do nothing but resist and obstruct. I would rather take a political risk in pursuit of peace than risk peace in pursuit of politics,” Trump said.

The entire edition of the Liberty Report can be seen here:

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