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Top Republican: Coup Attempt Against Trump Being Led by GOP Insiders

Goal is to force Trump to resign


An attempt to force Donald Trump to resign from office is being led by GOP establishment insiders in concert with the Democratic-aligned media, according to a top Republican.

Author, journalist and Middle East Forum fellow David P. Goldman reveals that the unnamed ranking Republican told an off the record gathering this week that, “A “coup” attempt was in progress against President Donald Trump, with collusion between the largely Democratic media and Trump’s numerous enemies in the Republican Party.”

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“The object of the coup, the Republican leader added, was not impeachment, but the recruitment of a critical mass of Republican senators and congressmen to the claim that Trump was “unfit” for office and to force his resignation,” writes Goldman.

Although it is unlikely that Trump will be impeached and virtually impossible that he will ever resign from office, the goal is to keep his administration mired in scandal so that Trump cannot advance his policy agenda.

This fits with our previous reporting, which exposed how individuals within Trump’s inner circle are already preparing to become the face of the effort to remove him from office.

The “coup” attempt is being organized by the usual suspects – John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Paul Ryan.

Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich, a Democrat, also revealed the deep state is “trying to destroy the Trump presidency.”

“Our first allegiance is to our country,” he said on Fox News. “Our country itself is under attack from within.”

And the “politicization” of intentionally non-partisan agencies, which began under the Obama administration, has lead to the constant deluge of leaks to the press who sequentially spin the story to further damage President Trump.

Former CIA analyst and retired U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Tony Shaffer echoed similar views during an appearance on Fox Business with Lou Dobbs.

“This is truly deep state,” said Shaffer. “This is something being done by those in the deep state to upset everything that’s going on and try to undermine the president in every breath.”

Even CNN’s Dana Bash admitted the deep state is trying to torpedo Trump, particularly with the release of the “Comey memos” being used to claim Trump tried to “obstruct justice” during the FBI investigation into former national security advisor Michael Flynn.

The New York Times claimed that in one memo from February (despite never having read it), Trump told former FBI Director James Comey, “I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go, he is a good guy. I hope you can let this go.”

However, Comey later told the Senate on May 3 that he was never asked to stop an investigation due to “political reasons,” which indicates either the New York Times report is false or the former FBI director just committed perjury.

During the Senate testimony, Comey confirmed to Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) that in theory, the Attorney General or senior officials at the Department of Justice could stop a FBI investigation.

The former FBI director added it would “be a big deal to tell the FBI to stop doing something that – without an appropriate purpose.”

“But I’m talking about a situation where we were told to stop something for a political reason, that would be a very big deal. It’s not happened in my experience.”

The deep state has also been promoting the idea of a coup against Trump in globalist-oriented magazines like The Atlantic and The New Yorker.

In a March 28 article from The Atlantic, Norm Ornstein claimed the “continuity of government” (COG) mechanism developed during the Cold War could be used to overthrow the Trump administration.

“…If the election had been stolen, Pence’s place as president would be no more legitimate than that of Trump,” he wrote. “After Pence — Paul Ryan, the speaker, followed by Orrin Hatch, the president pro tem, followed by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.”

“If voters’ collective desires were subverted by foreign interference and a party’s collusion, none would have a legitimate claim — especially since the control of the Senate, at least, would have been affected by the Russian role.”

Ornstein wants Congress to establish procedures for a “special election” for president and vice president to ensure the “continuity of government” amid “cyberwarfare” by “Russian hackers,” which would actually guarantee the continuity of the deep state and its control over government.

While some on the left continue to insist that the “deep state” itself is a “conspiracy theory,” the notion of a coup d’état is being seriously discussed by the likes of CNBC’s Jake Novak, who writes that this week’s Russia-Trump intelligence “leak” was part of the scheme, and that the leaks were possibly coming from “someone close to President Trump himself is essentially acting like a mole in the White House.”

Even CNBC has headlines like this, but some libtards are still claiming the "deep state" is a conspiracy theory.

Incredible. pic.twitter.com/Hzn2NQWKYa

— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) May 19, 2017

“The really alarming news is that the duly-elected President of the United States appears to be the target of a political coup,” writes Novak, adding that Trump has not committed any single impeachable offense but, “The bottom line is that we have some very powerful people in Washington who really don’t like how democracy played out this time around and what they do to attack it next isn’t going to be any better than what they’re doing now.”


12 times Dems, Repubs said no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion; 10 times people claimed there was

Ten months after questions were first raised, there’s no evidence that Donald Trump “colluded” with Russia, according to prominent Democrats and Republicans who have reviewed information or received briefings...

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Leaked Chat Logs Purport to Show ‘Deep State’ Planting Anti-Trump Stories With Media Intel agents discuss Comey memo before it happened

Paul Joseph Watson

Images purportedly circulating on the “dark web” show unidentified individuals alleged to be members of the intelligence community scheming on how to plant stories with the media to embarrass President Trump.

The chat logs, taken from Gliph, an encrypted secure messaging service, purport to show a conversation, “held between approximately 5 individuals in the United States intelligence community on Wednesday, May 17th from 2:31 pm to 3:15 pm,” reports the Third Estate Newsgroup.

Infowars cannot independently verify that the chat logs are genuine. They could have been mocked up. We are not asserting that they are authentic, although this story is now circulating and is worthy of discussion given the content of the messages.

The messages were leaked by an individual by the name of ‘FreshCamel’ who posted them on dark web message boards on Wednesday night. He claims to have accessed a high-level FBI employee’s computer on April 24 via a falsified “phishing” email that installed spyware on the computer when a link was opened.

‘FreshCamel’ monitored the chats for weeks without realizing what they were but was alerted when a topic discussed on Wednesday became breaking news across the country just hours later.

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The chat mentions “RR” and Mueller, a clear reference to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein naming former FBI Director Robert Mueller as a special prosecutor to head up the investigation into collusion between Trump and Russia.

“RR isn’t taking shit and he knows our friends have stuff on him,” writes one user called ‘Dooku’, adding, “I’m hearing Mueller, maybe by the end of the week.”

“Hearing that too, WH will be blind-sided,” responds another user called ‘Severus’.

Another user called ‘Jules’ subsequently comments, “RM is happening tonight,” to which ‘Dooku’ responds, “Tonight. Fuck. Quicker than I thought.”

Parts of the conversation also relate to MF (Michael Flynn), with the intention of putting him “back in the news” by having someone called ‘S’ draft a “memo” that connects Flynn to Turkey.

The next day, news broke that Flynn had allegedly accepted money from the Turkish government to block a plan to arm Kurdish forces in Syria.

A user called ‘Huck’ makes reference to “our friends in New York” in the context of the Flynn story.

“I’m sure we’ll need a few more “memos” down the road. Good practice,” remarks ‘Severus’, ending the comment with a wink emoticon, a possible reference to the Comey memo that was reported later that day.

The chat log also mentions a “project” that involves feeding fake stories to someone referred to as “Limey,” which the Third Estate Newsgroup speculates is a reference to Louise Mensch, a ‘Never Trump’ British journalist who has become infamous for releasing dubious stories about Trump’s collusion with the Kremlin.

“Third Estate Newsgroup suspects, but cannot confirm, that this mention of “Limey” refers to Mensch, and if true, would suggest that Mensch’s “sources” might be members of the intelligence community, but could be feeding her false information to support their own leaking and disinformation operations,” states the report.

Another portion of the chat mentions AEWP – possibly a reference to a Washington Post journalist – and a “tape” that was supposedly given to this individual.

The whistleblower who allegedly leaked the chats is not interested in U.S. politics and claims he initially thought the intel agents were just talking about routine job responsibilities.

“These screenshots might just be the first “proof” for Trump supporters who have decried the existence of a subversive “deep state” working to bring down Trump’s presidency for months. Somehow, the individuals present in this chat were aware of both the timing and identity of the Special Prosecutor before he was announced, and seemed to provide the information used in the stories about Flynn that surfaced on Thursday,” concludes the Third Estate Newsgroup report.

To emphasize, we cannot independently confirm the legitimacy of these messages and do not hold them up as evidence of a “deep state” conspiracy, but the content is intriguing nonetheless, and we leave it to our readers to decide their authenticity.

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Trump promised to drain the swamp. It looks like the swamp is fighting back.

Onward and upward,
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Destroying Donald Trump is all that matters in the newsrooms of the mainstream media

By Wesley Pruden - The Washington Times -

Now anything goes. All restraints are loosened, all self-discipline trashed. There’s no cure or even treatment for Trump Derangement Syndrome, a disease as wild and as swiftly lethal as anything imported from the Ebola River valley of the dark continent. The rules and taboos that once guided even the sleaziest excuse for a newspaper no longer apply.

Destroying Donald Trump is all that matters in the newsrooms of the mainstream media, so called, and by any means necessary. Rarely have so many hysterics contributed so much of the national conversation.

A columnist in The New York Times, ground zero in the epidemic of Trump Derangement Syndrome, suggests that a mutiny at the White House is the “more appropriate” way to rid the nation of the legitimate 46th duly elected president of the United States. Why waste time on impeachment? Mike Pence, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell could organize the ambush. The columnist likens them to “stewards for a syphilitic emperor.”

Ross Douthat is regarded as a “conservative” at The New York Times, and he thinks impeachment would take too long, be too messy, and recommends invoking the Twenty-fifth Amendment, which permits the president’s Cabinet to remove the president if a majority of the secretaries tells Congress that the president can no longer perform his duties.

Ultimately, he writes in the newspaper once known as “the old gray lady” and which has become “the old crazy lady,” he does not believe “our president sufficiently understands the nature of the office he holds, the nature of the legal constraints that are supposed to bind him, perhaps even the nature of normal human interactions, to be guilty of obstruction of justice in the Nixonian or even Clintonian sense of the phrase.”

A half-century ago a certain magazine thought a long-distance psychiatric examination of a presidential candidate was in order, and asked 12,000 psychiatrists (who knew there were so many headshrinkers on the fruited plain?) whether they thought Barry Goldwater was crazy, and 1,189 responded with a diagnosis: Mr. Goldwater, the Republican nominee for president in 1964, was nothing less than nuts. The American Psychiatric Association, sensitive to the public outrage that followed, told their members never to do it again.

But since the psychiatrists wouldn’t do it, Ross Douthat was fitted out with degrees in medicine and psychiatry (honorary degrees, we must hope), and told to get to work. (He is expected to retire his shingle once President Trump has been dispatched to the nut house, but who knows? On the Upper East Side there’s never enough psychiatrists.) Dr. Douthat writes that the president has no aides, friends and confidantes who have any remaining regard for him. “They have no respect for him, indeed they seem to palpate with contempt for him, and to regard their mission as equivalent to being stewards for a syphilitic emperor.”

Since impeachment would take so long, Dr. Douthat would “respectfully ask Mike Pence and Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell to reconsider their support for a man who never should have had his party’s nomination, never should have been elevated to this office, never should have been endorsed and propped up and defended by people who understood his unfitness all along.”

It’s hard to imagine anything more calculated to invoke a Second Amendment answer to such a Twenty-fifth Amendment coup, and it would be nothing less than a coup by the Republican elites and the press that so many Americans believe have “rigged” the elections meant to express the nation’s will. You don’t have to be a Trump friend, supporter or voter to see where this would inevitably lead. The United States has never been a banana republic or a third world dump where elections are ultimately determined in the streets, but this would be the ultimate national indignity, wrought by just those who would go to civil war to depose an indignity.

The two stories that have dominated the news this week were the work of the very two newspapers, The Washington Post and The New York Times, that have become the not-so-loyal opposition, drivers of the coup with tales told in every edition. The Post accuses the president of dispensing national secrets to the Russians, based on the word of an anonymous source who concedes he wasn’t in the meeting, and denied by those who were. The New York Times says it heard a passage read from a memo written by James Comey, telling how the president asked him go easy on Mike Flynn, and denied by the White House.

All this to support tales of Trump campaign collusion with the Russians, which Democrats and Republicans agree that no one has yet found any evidence of. There’s no fire and only a few wisps of something that might be smoke, or more likely, the passing of partisan gas.


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The duly elected President of the United States and the Constitutional structure of our government are under attack by traitorous criminals in both wings of the Washington Party, the national news media, and members of the judiciary. We are in the midst of nothing less than an attempted coup d'etat, a blatant and arrogantly overt effort to subvert the Constitution and impose the agenda of collectivist thugs who intend to destroy the country and subjugate its population.

This is an organized orchestrated assault by an army of bullying thugs, in and out of government. The assailants include political bullies like Chuck Schumer and John McCain, judicial tyrants like those of the 9th Circuit, direct action mobs like Obama's OFA and Black Lives Matter street thugs, and virtually every national news and entertainment media outlet. The attackers are immoral criminals and deserve to be treated as such. Instead, they are allowed to continue, regardless of the law and public outrage. How can this be?

It's very simple. There is no downside for the aggressors. They experience neither pain nor penalty for their behavior. We must change this result!



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"The time for war has not yet come, but it will come and that soon, and when it does come, my advice is to draw the sword and throw away the scabbard." Gen. T.J. Jackson, March 1861

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