The digital ink has barely dried on our lengthy research piece on Trump vs. The Establishment, and already items that we highlighted are being verified in the news. What else from that article is soon to come true?
In the Trump Article, specifically section VIII in our segmented release on the blog, I mentioned the whole embarrassment of what came to be hashtagged as “PeeGate” and how it was confirmed to have originated from John McCain. Here is what I wrote:
Smearing him [Trump] is unlikely. The mainstream media has been giving it their very best since he entered the primaries. Nothing sticks to him. He might as well be called Teflon Trump.
One of their best shots went down in infamy as “PeeGate” (InfoWars has a good summary).
Here’s the guy who couldn’t wait to bring down his party’s presidential victory:
So, can the establishment dig up some dirt on Trump to get him impeached or force him to resign? With all the data the NSA and CIA have been collecting, if it exists it would have been used by now. If the establishment and media are so desperate to smear Trump that now they are jumping on fake stories like PeeGate, then they are truly desperate and have already exhausted any better leverage they had.
The key phrase I’d like to draw your attention to is the caption under McCain’s mug. There, I pointed out that the American political party lines would lead you to believe that Trump and McCain are on the same team. You’d think they’d work together especially well after all the Congressional Republican complaints to their constituents during the Obama years that they couldn’t accomplish the government reductions they campaigned on until voters had given them not only a majority in the House and then the Senate, but also the presidency. Well, here you go; you’ve now got the Republican, President Trump. So why then would McCain be leaking information that attacks Trump? I previously asserted that it was because they are NOT actually on the same political party, but on two radically different parties: one globalist and one nationalist, and the two platforms are as radically opposed to each other as Democrats and Republicans claim to be.
What has McCain been up to since PeeGate? (And why doesn’t he issue a formal apology and step down in embarrassment?)
McCain News Item 1
On February 21, TruePundit reported on White House confirmation that McCain’s inexplicably detailed knowledge of confidential phone calls between Trump and Putin and the information appearing among mainstream beltway media was pointing to McCain as the likely leak hindering Trump’s efforts and damaging his reputation. They even link to a previous story with audio of a Russian comedian prank-calling McCain and posing as the PM of Ukraine, and McCain gives advice for how Ukraine can join NATO, an act which the world knows would trigger open war with Russia.
Does McCain have itchy Trident II D-5 trigger fingers? Does he love the view of atomic mushroom clouds in the morning? Does he think America would walk away unscathed in a Sudden Death round of hot war with Russia?
McCain News Item 2
It was a bumper day for John McCain when on Friday Donald Trump’s Republican nemesis gloated as Trump’s “art of the deal” collapsed in the last minute, after the President and Ryan-led effort to repeal Obamacare suffered what appears to be a terminal setback. In the wake of Trump’s misfortune, McCain renewed his calls on Friday for a return to a legacy neocon status quo, when speaking at the Brussels forum, said that the world “cries out for American and European leadership” through the EU and Nato, and said that the EU and the US needed to develop “more cooperation, more connectivity”.
In a “new world order under enormous strain” and in “the titanic struggle with forces of radicalism … we can’t stand by and lament, we’ve got to be involved,” said McCain who is now chairman of the armed services committee in the US Senate, quoted by the EU Observer. “I trust the EU,” he said, defending an opposite view from that of US president Donald Trump, who said in January that the UK “was so smart in getting out” of the EU and that Nato was “obsolete”. He said that the EU was “one of the most important alliances” for the US and that the EU and Nato were “the best two sums in history”, which have maintained peace for the last 70 years.
Here we have McCain openly and publicly repudiating Trump’s nationalist view and instead insisting that the USA and the EU need to link arms and work together to lead the world. Just like the news media mergers which have reduced American information content from 50 companies down to 6, the EU has reduced national sovereignty of Europe into one conglomerate and McCain would love to see another international sovereignty merger. These folks (RINO and Democrat globalists) wouldn’t mind turning the first world nations into one giant North Korea, just as long as they get to sit at the top of the pyramid.