American Greatness after the coup..

En Garde in the bunker…

On this President’s Day, what better way to celebrate American greatness than to uplift and support the current owner of the title, aka We the People’s warrior-President Donald J Trump. And I don’t do this lightly. The tug at the heartstrings however, belies all the attendant quotes attributed to every president since Washington, going back to at least 1789.

What critically faces us today however, is the fact of a duly-elected American president having to fight an American government, to protect American citizens from an internally-planned coup by agencies meant to protect us. Other than Presidents Washington defeating the Brits, and Lincoln having to somehow hold the Republic together from the effects of the Civil War, I personally can’t think of any other occasion when the future of the nation was looking so dire.

It’s been building for years, of course, at least the years since the welcomed disappearance of one failed president whose sole diktat was in engineering the downfall of the Constitutional Republic of the United States. And I’ll state this categorically-Absolutely everything regarding the current state in which the Republic finds itself, ends on Barack Obama’s desk. Throw in Rob’em Clinton also if you would. No opprobrium is too extreme for this paramecium slug to infest the sovereign state of the United States and bring it tumbling down around us.

American greatness deserves better.

If nothing happens to these treasonous conspirators, then more of the same coup-plotting is guaranteed to occur with the next change from a liberal-Leftist dream tyranny engineered by the deep state big fake news media and government bureaucracy under the title DemoRINOmarxicrats – aka liberal elite globalist engineers.

Over the weekend I happened across a superb reckoning within the pages of American Greatness, a scathing indictment from investigative reporter Julie Kelly on the topic at hand. Titled ‘After the Coup is gone’, I take you to her opener…

As the perpetrators of one of the most shameful scandals in American political history begin slowly to retreat, we are left to ponder one overarching question:

What now?

The tale we’ve been told for more than two years—that Donald Trump’s campaign team, possibly even the candidate himself, colluded with the Kremlin to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election—has been exposed as a lie. Various investigations into this alleged conspiracy are coming up empty and the accomplices are trying to change the subject. Even more pathetically, some still are clinging to the farce, desperate to salvage whatever still remains of their already sketchy credibility.

To describe it as a witch hunt, the president’s preferred term, is too generous. The American public has witnessed a seditious attempt by powerful interests garrisoned throughout our political complex to overthrow a sitting U.S. president. The orchestrated and failed coup has exceeded the routine combat of our two-party system, where out-of-power partisans disrupt and agitate the other side. No, this has been a full scale insurrection that has violated the boundaries of law, normalcy, and civility in an unprecedented way.

Both Democrats and Republicans have been complicit. The national news media have acted as hatchet men. Influential public officials, operating both inside and outside of government, have aided the stratagem. One of the main culprits just revealed—no, bragged—how a handful of corrupt bureaucrats plotted unlawfully to remove the president from the Oval Office based on the fantastical scheme.

It’s the kind of treachery that is supposed to animate banana republics or Soviet-style regimes—not our country.

And now that the Senate Intelligence Committee confirmedthis week that their two-year investigation—which involved the interrogation of 200 witnesses and a review of 300,000 documents—will find no evidence of collusion, the aftermath of this scandal is coming into view. How it plays out is anyone’s guess at this point, but one thing is evident: There is deep rage at what has happened not just to this president but to this country—and people want answers.

On his show Tuesday night, Tucker Carlson unleashed a tirade that reflected the anger felt by millions of Americans. “In the end, it was all fake, and they knew it wasn’t real, they knew they were lying,” Carlson said after playing a series of clips by Democratic leaders accusing the president of colluding with the Russians.

Read to conclusion in link down below…

Fast-forward to today and the story becomes ‘McCabe and company feared for the country’, so they tried to remove Trump using the executive office to wiretap not only the president, but all his associates, including Supreme Court Justice Roberts (wherein they got the goods on him for skirting adoption laws?) which explains Roberts’ shiny new bonafides as a progressive activist; ie unconstitutionally converting a penalty into a tax. Mmmmm…

The gloves must come off. The whole story told, and a former President and his cabinet locked up for treason. Every. Single. One.

Throw in repulsive NeverTrump bitter-enders on the right, especially at National Review Online, who have happily advanced the Russia hoax, ignored the criminality at the FBI/DoJ, occasionally even cheered Müeller on, doing Obama’s and Brennan’s dirty work for them, because they are still determined to take down Trump.

Thankfully, it’s never going to happen. More to the point is – just when will the arrests begin?

Over to you, AG Barr. Oh – and Happy President’s Day!

Time for today’s MAGA Pill – We the People’s warrior-president Donald J Trump – MAGA! American greatness!

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Do not miss the full American Greatness: After the Coup is Gone

And yours truly from yesterday: Orwell 1984 the evil party dark side

Plus Michael E Young, American Thinker: American Justice lies with Wm Barr

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