Graham, Lindsey

South Carolina Senator (R) and Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee who parades as a conservative but constantly stabs them in the back and protects the deep state. Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. He grandstands in highly public hearings, but then never does anything to expose deep state corruption, in fact, he does the exact opposite by helping to cover their crimes. He has stood with conservatives on abortion, gay marriage, and other hot topics but supports mass immigration and many big government bills.

In 1988, Graham went into private law practice and in 1992 was elected to the South Carolina House of Representatives. In 1994, he became the first Republican to represent South Carolina’s Third Congressional District in Washington since 1877. He quickly became powerful as a member of the Judiciary Committee during the impeachment of then-President Bill Clinton in 1998. Graham opposed some articles, but vigorously supported others. In January and February 1999, after two impeachment articles had been passed by the full House, he was one of the managers who brought the House’s case to Clinton’s trial in the Senate. Though the Senate did not convict Clinton, Graham became nationally known. Lindsey Graham was elected to the Senate in 2002, winning 54% of the vote.

During the Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings for Judge Samuel Alito for a seat on the United States Supreme Court, Graham sparked controversy. He asked Alito, “Are you really a closet bigot?” Alito answered “I’m not any kind of a bigot, I’m not.” and Graham continued his statement by expressing his opinion that Alito definitely was not a bigot. Alito’s wife cried and left the hearing briefly.4

Neocon Lindsey Graham swore an oath to the Constitution, not to presidential power. He violated that oath when he supported granting President Obama trade promotion authority, the power to entangle the Untied States in sovereignty-compromising deals with the European Union and Pacific nations. He also voted for reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank, raising the national debt ceiling, and supplying another trillion dollars to fund socialistic agencies of the federal government. And that’s just some of his record over the past year. Check out his voting adherence to the Constitution as calculated by the Freedom Index.5

Not alone in what he supports, Senator Graham has become an outspoken leader of the neoconservative wing of the Republican Party. He supports going to war without a required declaration, entangling the United States in the UN and harmful trade pacts, and backing continuation and expansion of federally imposed socialism. This isn’t conservatism; it’s neoconservatism. And it’s terribly bad for our country.

Will Folks, a conservative political blogger in South Carolina, says, “The joke here is Graham has a ‘count to six’ approach to governing: He spends the first four years of his term doing whatever he wants, veering off toward the left, and then the last two years, when the electorate is paying more attention, he comes right.”1
Graham is “never flustered, and just a natural at dealing with people who don’t like him,” says David Woodard, a political-science professor at Clemson University who ran Graham’s first two campaigns for the House of Representatives and recalls the first-term congressman as quickly becoming the unofficial social director for his freshman class, though he added, “You’re going to find Lindsey knows a lot of people, but he’s not close to anybody.”1

Is Lindsey Graham gay?

Gay porn star Sean Harding said:

There is a homophobic republican senator who is no better than Trump who keeps passing legislation that is damaging to the lgbt and minority communities. Every sex worker I know has been hired by this man. Wondering if enough of us spoke out if that could get him out of office?

Lady G is a very open secret here in DC.” replied another tweet. Graham has denied the charges, joking: “I know it’s really gonna upset a lot of gay men. I’m sure hundreds of ’em are gonna be jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge – but I ain’t available. I ain’t gay. Sorry.6

While it does seem obvious that Graham is compromised in some way, it doesn’t necessarily mean he is gay. This could be a ploy by the LGBTQ community to smear him because they feel that if the rumers are true then why is he not supporting their cause more. Who knows? Personally, I think McCain got him involved in UkraineGate and that’s the real blackmail.

Anti-Trumper to MAGA-Man?

On June 1, 2015, Graham announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for in the 2016 presidential election. Donald Trump blasted the former presidential candidate Lindsey Graham for criticizing his electability and temperament to be president during the 2016 campaign. “I think Lindsey Graham is a disgrace, and I think you have one of the worst representatives of any representative in the United States, and I don’t think he should run. I don’t think he could run for dog catcher in this state and win again. I really don’t. Other than that, I think he’s wonderful. He’s one of the dumbest human beings I’ve ever seen,” Trump said.2

While it seems Graham has changed his tune about Trump in many ways (supportive words), his actions reflect a different story in many respects.


On May 1, 2019 Lindsey Graham, the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, promised investigations on how the Mueller probe started. He made the the comments during testimony by US Attorney General Bill Barr in front of the US Senate. However, he lied. Graham never scheduled a single committee hearing on Deep State, FBI, CIA, Spygate, Hunter Biden, Joe Biden, Mueller, Stefan Halper, George Papadopoulos, Tom Fitton, Sidney Powell, Joe diGenova, John Brennan, James Comey, Chris Wray, etc.

Here is the list of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings since Lindsey Graham made that lie back in May 2019. In October 2019 Maria Bartiromo confronted Graham about his promise to call in deep state witnesses before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Lindsey lied and said he would call in deep state witnesses after the Horowitz Report was released in December 2019. He never did.

On 6 September 2020, Maria Bartiromo again confronted Senator Lindsey Graham about calling in deep state witnesses before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Lindsey later said he will wait to call witnesses until the General Flynn case is over. In the past three months he has called three or four witnesses and treated them with kid gloves. He then told Republicans to “stay tuned.” This is something Lindsey has been saying for over two years now as he has shirked his responsibility as Judiciary chairman. Lindsey is a liar and a snake.3

On 27 August 2020, Graham finally brought in Joe Pientka, a deep state, Trump-hating FBI agent, involved in the Russia collusion coup but then he failed to tell key Senate stakeholders (including the president pro tempore of the US Senate Chuck Grassley) that he was holding the hearing.

Immigration & Gang of Eight

Graham has been an adamant supporter of mass immigration, and his statements on immigration indicate that he puts a greater priority on immigrants than American citizens. He supported “comprehensive immigration reform” and of S. 2611, the McCain-Kennedy Bill of 2006 as well as the equally hotly debated S. 1348 of 2007, the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2007. Despite Graham’s support, the bill failed on a key Senate vote on June 28, 2007. Graham’s views on immigration have lead criticisms for conservatives. Popular radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh has referred to him as Senator “Grahamnesty.” Graham was one of eight senators that participated in the Gang of Eight (immigration), a bipartisan effort to pass amnesty disguised as “immigration reform”.4


Graham, an opponent of parental choice in vaccination, has opposed Sen. Rand Paul’s position that the matter should be voluntary, making implications against individual rights to choose not to vaccinate. In addition, despite criticizing one of Paul’s statements out of a lack of “scientific basis”, Graham said that “every American” should vaccinate their children unless there’s a scientific basis that argues against such.4


Wilson, Rick

A former Republican political strategist, media consultant, and author, based in Florida who has produced televised political commercials (many well below-the-belt) for governors, mostly war-happy U.S. Senate candidates, super PACs, and corporations with his business Intrepid. On the brink of bankruptcy leading up to the 2016 election, he turned against the party and became a leader of the Never-Trump The Lincoln Project, a group of Never Trump political consultants running targeted ads attacking Trump. At the same time, he got a lucrative book-deal-filled for bashing President Donald Trump and his supporters as well as landing a gig as an editor at large at the Daily Beast despite little background in conventional journalism.

Wilson now often appears as a guest on the leftist media bashing Trump and proclaiming that he left the republicans because “the party is dead!” In 2015, he penned maybe his first article in Politico magazine urging his fellow Republicans to steer clear of “Hillary Clinton’s email fiasco.” Wilson penned another piece in Politico magazine later that year as a hit piece on Trump and urged the other Republican candidates to target him for elimination.

Records demonstrate that as Trump was taking off as a political force, Wilson’s personal financial situation turned dour. The bank was moving in on his house, credit card companies were suing him over debt accrued, and the IRS filed various liens against him for almost $400,000 for back taxes in February 2014. As that happened, Wilson’s political style changed to become anti-Trump instead of continuing with his decades-long history of inflammatory right-wing politics.

Wilson’s The Lincoln Project touted an ad in 2020 bashing the Confederate flag as a symbol of “treason” against the United States.

“The men who followed this flag 150 years ago knew what it meant,” a narrator says in the ad released earlier this month as a Confederate flag waves in the background. “Treason against their country. The death of the United States. America defeated the men who followed that flag. Those with honor surrendered and cast it aside forever.”

But then some conservatives uncovered social media posts from Wilson and his wife featuring a cooler with a Confederate flag on it as well as the text in one image: “The South Will Rise Again.” Wilson has been feverishly deleting the images from Twitter, and when his wife, Molly—legal name Mary—was confronted by conservative Caleb Hull, she would not deny owning the cooler or disavow the Confederate flag on it. She simply replied “F..k off” to Hull, per screenshots he posted of his confronting her about it.

Wilson is also getting lots of national attention this week after attempting to shame Dominos Pizza for thanking now White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany for praising their pizza back in 2012. “You just killed your brand,” he tweeted at Dominos with a screenshot of the pizza chain’s 2012 reply to McEnany’s tweet from eight years ago. At the time, McEnany was not in a government political position but was a civilian. Later, Dominos joked in response that it’s “unfortunate” to think the company would be held responsible for something from 2012 in 2020.

But these latest mishaps by Wilson come after years of him leading a small and shrinking band of GOP political consultants who dub themselves Never Trumpers furious with Trump’s rise ahead of their more-preferred 2016 GOP candidates during that year’s primary.

Prior to turning against the party over Trump, Wilson, whose legal name is Frederick George Wilson Jr., had long been a fixture in Republican circles. His career as a media consultant, strategist, and ad-maker is intertwined with several major political events of the last 30 years and his flair for the dramatic—and viciously negative—style of ad could make even Trump’s aggressive nature look timid.

Officially, Wilson, a Florida native, got his start on George H.W. Bush’s successful 1988 presidential campaign. During that race, although only the Florida field director, Wilson was supposedly mentored by Bush’s campaign manager, Lee Atwater—the mastermind behind the infamous Willie Horton television ad.

Wilson’s profile only grew after that campaign. In 1993, he signed up with Adam Goodman, another Florida political consultant, to advise Rudy Giuliani, who was then seeking the office of mayor of New York City, on media strategy. Wilson and Goodman reprised their roles when the mayor was seeking reelection in 1997. This time, though, they entered New York political folklore by crafting an ad that for many epitomized for many voters the progress made under Giuliani.

The ad, known simply as “sex shops,” hit Giuliani’s Democrat challenger for opposing his administration’s proposal to shutter pornography retailers in commercial districts and residential neighborhoods, most notably Times Square. Wilson and Goodman’s ad, coupled with Giuliani’s success in lowering the crime rate, resulted in the mayor becoming the first Republican mayor of New York to secure a second term since 1941, with a whopping 17 percentage point victory margin to boot.

As Giuliani’s second term began winding down, Wilson joined the administration in September 1999 as a policy adviser. Although little is known about his tenure within City Hall, Wilson’s position drew scrutiny, especially as Giuliani was gearing up his bid for the United States Senate. The mayor’s senatorial ambitions, however, faltered in May 2000 amid a cancer diagnosis and revelations that he engaged in an extramarital affair.

After Giuliani’s campaign ended, Wilson returned to Tallahassee, Florida, where local records show he has owned a home since at least 1998. In June 2002, Wilson launched his own consulting firm called Intrepid Media, according to incorporation records filed with Florida’s Department of State.

It is unclear exactly how much work Intrepid received after its launch. A search of Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings indicates the group did not begin getting paid by candidates for its services until February 2004.

Around the time of Intrepid’s launch, Wilson stirred national headlines and further burnished his political credentials by creating a controversial ad for Saxby Chambliss, the then-GOP’s nominee for U.S. Senate in Georgia. At the time, Chambliss, a sitting congressman, was running against incumbent Sen. Max Cleland, a moderate Democrat who had lost both legs and his right forearm while serving as an Army captain in Vietnam.

The 2002 race between Cleland and Chambliss was noted for its harshly negative tone. The campaign, taking place only months after the tragedy of September 11th, was fought mainly on the issue of national defense. Cleland, who had voted for the Iraq war authorization act but had opposed other homeland security initiatives by the George W. Bush administration, was painted by Republican opponents as weak in the face of global terrorism.

An ad created for Chambliss by Wilson drove that point home in the final weeks of the campaign. The ad, which has been cited as one of the most negative of the past two decades, flashed photos of Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein across the screen before claiming Cleland was “misleading” the public about his support for homeland security.

“As Americans face terrorists and extremist dictators, Max Cleland runs television ads saying he has the courage to lead,” the ad stated, proceeding to list elven votes, mainly amendments, the senator took opposing the George W. Bush administration.

The ad helped Chambliss defeat Cleland by nearly seven points when most polls, even those taken only days before the election, had the incumbent leading. The ad’s negativity, however, tarred Chambliss for years to come, with even the late Sen. John McCain lambasting it as “worse than disgraceful.”

While Wilson’s role in creating the ad is self-acknowledged, it remains uncertain if he was paid for his services through Intrepid. FEC reports for Chambliss’s 2002 race do not provide much detail in terms of itemized expenditures, although they do note the lawmaker spent upwards of $9 million on the campaign.

A clearer picture of Wilson and Intrepid’s work begins to emerge after the Georgia Senate race. In 2004, Intrepid was hired for media consulting on two congressional races, one in upstate New York and the other in Kansas. The latter campaign was that of Kris Kobach, the fiercely pro-Trump former Kansas secretary of state and 2018 GOP gubernatorial nominee.

FEC records indicated that in 2004 Wilson was advising Kobach not just on media, but also on political strategy in his bid for Kansas’ 3rd congressional district. The race drew national attention for the heated attacks exchanged between Kobach and incumbent Democrat Dennis Moore. Kobach accused Moore of being “radically liberal,” while the incumbent congressman claimed his opponent’s position on restricting immigration was “extremist.” On election day, Moore was reelected by a large margin.

Wilson’s career seemed to lull a bit after the 2004 elections. FEC records, one of the only ways to ascertain Intrepid’s activities since as a private entity it does not have to release its financial records, indicate Wilson took on only one federal client in October 2006, the Republican Party of Wisconsin, which paid him a one time sum of $16,000 for “political consulting.”

It is unclear if he was advising state and local candidates at the time. If so, it was not in Florida as he told the Tampa Tribune in June 2006 he was unaffiliated with any race taking place that year. Similarly, Wilson seemed not to be working for any campaign throughout 2007. In the few rare media interviews he gave that year, mostly criticizing McCain’s White House ambitions, Wilson was identified as an ex-Giuliani strategist, but was not mentioned as being involved in the former mayor’s own presidential campaign.

Regardless, FEC filings indicated that between November 2006 and the end of July 2008, Intrepid was not listed as a payee of any federal candidate or political group. It is unclear if either Wilson or Intrepid have or had other avenues of revenue, like corporate clients or other entities that do not require disclosure under federal election law. Wilson has been notoriously protective of his client list, refusing many times over the years to publicly reveal who may be paying him.

Around this time, Wilson appears to have begun experiencing financial difficulties. In July 2007, he and his wife took out a $200,000 mortgage from JP Morgan Chase on their Tallahassee home. Less than a year later, in April 2008, JP Morgan attempted to foreclose on that mortgage, a legal action usually taken when the borrower stops making payments on the loan. It is unclear if that was the reason for JP Morgan’s action.

The case was voluntarily dismissed in October 2008 by JP Morgan.

The dismissal coincided with Wilson’s professional reemergence. Starting at the end of July and running through the end of September, Intrepid was paid $16,000 in four installments by the Republican Party of Wisconsin for its services. Simultaneously, Wilson took on the American Family Business Institute as a client, receiving two lump sum payments totaling $65,000 between August and September of 2008. The exact nature of Wilson’s work with the group, which is focused on repealing the federal estate tax, is unknown.

At the same time, Wilson took on a handful of smaller clients, including the Vermont Republican Committee and the National Republican Trust PAC. It was with the latter group that Wilson made his debut on the national stage by creating an ad attacking then-candidate Barack Obama for a series of controversial sermons that his pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, delivered over the years. The ad, as was the case with Wilson’s prior work, was noted for its negativity.

Before the end of the 2008 campaign, Wilson would produce other ads lambasting Obama for a series of hot button issues, most notably the candidate’s one time support for granting driver’s licenses to illegal aliens. For his services, Wilson was paid more than $40,000 by the National Republican Trust.

Money, though, was not the primary benefit from Wilson’s work for the group. After the 2008 campaign, Wilson drew notice as a national political strategist with specific insight into how to craft not only a successful but memorable negative ad.

Wilson’s growing reputation, however, did not automatically lead to more business for Intrepid.

Between the start of 2009 and the end of 2012, the company failed to line up major political candidates as clientele, despite big GOP victories across the board in 2010.

In fact, FEC records show that Intrepid’s biggest client between those four years was not a presidential campaign, but rather Adam Hasner, a local Florida elected official who made an unsuccessful run for Congress in 2012. In total, Hasner paid Intrepid more than $29,000 throughout that election cycle.

The situation hardly improved in the years following. In 2014, another stellar year for Republicans nationwide as the GOP retook the U.S. Senate that year, Intrepid was only paid a total of $34,280 by four federal groups and candidates.

Wilson’s sparse income through the company could help explain tax issues that came to a head for him that year. In February 2014, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) filed a lien against Wilson and his wife for more than $389,000 in unpaid income taxes dating back to 2004.

To date, the lien is still in effect and has not been released by the IRS. A further tax lien for more than $780, pertaining to income earned in 2014, was assessed against Wilson and his wife in December 2015. That lien, however, was released in March 2016, with the IRS stipulating the Wilsons had satisfied the amount owed.

Soon after his financial troubles with the IRS began, Wilson had begun forging a different political role for himself, one outside the shadows of campaign work. Starting in March 2015, Wilson began branching out from just being a good source of copy for journalists to writing editorials and articles himself.

One of the earliest pieces that he penned was in Politico magazine urging his fellow Republicans to steer clear of “Hillary Clinton’s email fiasco.”

At the time, Wilson claimed he was only helping illuminate the contours of the 2016 race, before eventually being hired by one of the White House hopefuls.

“Now I’ve got latitude. Inside a campaign I will conform,” he told The Washington Post around the time his piece in Politico was published.

Despite the confidence, the work never materialized. FEC records show that Wilson’s only client throughout 2015 was then-Florida Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera, who at the time was vying for the Senate seat Marco Rubio was set to vacate, and the candidate’s affiliated Super PAC.

Meanwhile, Wilson was bolstering his credentials as an opponent of Trump both on social media and during in-person interviews. In September 2015, Wilson penned another piece in Politico magazine, pushing Trump’s rivals to utilize an upcoming Republican debate to end his candidacy.

“Overall, go out there tonight, swing for the fences, smile, laugh, have some fun,” Wilson wrote, after outlining what he saw as the New York billionaire’s weak points for rivals to target.  “You could be living on a diet of lead paint, cheap vodka and Real Housewives and still know more than Trump does about, well, everything.”

Even as Wilson’s profile as a prominent Trump critic was growing, so were his financial issues. In April 2016, Wilson had a judgement filed against him in Florida circuit court by American Express for defaulting on more than $25,000 in credit card debt. In August of that year, American Express received a writ of garnishment against Wilson in hopes of recouping its money.

The trouble continued for Wilson throughout August as Citibank sought to foreclose on his home, again, possibly because of inability to pay a mortgage owed to the financial giant. Unlike the prior foreclosure attempt by JP Morgan in 2008, this case was not dismissed. It appears to be still active, suggesting that Wilson has obtained an arrangement with the bank to pay the amount of owed.

As this was occurring, Wilson finally made his debut as presidential campaign strategist for Evan McMullin, a former CIA operative running as a vocal Never Trumper. Although the timeline of the affiliation is unclear, McMullin’s first payment to Wilson came six days after Citibank filed its foreclosure notice in Florida Circuit Court.

Overall, Wilson would be paid more than $35,000 by McMullin via both himself and Intrepid through November 2016.

McMullin’s campaign, however, failed to ever get off the ground. Initially, many had believed McMullin would be an enterprising candidate for Republicans opposed to Trump’s unorthodox platform and personality. By Election Day, though, such hopes had evaporated, with the former CIA operative only putting up a strong showing in his home state of Utah.

Even as McMullin’s time in the spotlight was fading, Wilson’s national profile was just forming. Following the election, the strategist stepped up his Never Trump criticism, garnering not only bylines in some of the country’s most reputable media outlets, but also appearing frequently on network television.

His notoriety as a Trump opponent even helped land a gig as an editor at large at the Daily Beast despite little background in conventional journalism and two book deals. The first book, titled Everything Trump Touches Dies: A Republican Strategist Gets Real About the Worst President Ever, was a New York Times bestseller when it debuted in August 2018.

Its publication occurred the same month that American Express released its more than $25,000 judgement against Wilson for unpaid credit card debt.

Similarly, Wilson’s position as Never Trumper seemed to translate into a benefit for his media company. Between 2017 and 2018, Intrepid was paid more than $116,000 by Kurt Jetta, a Trump critic who was vying for the Republican nomination for Florida’s 21st Congressional District. Jetta eventually dropped his bid after failing to make headway with the local GOP grassroots.

Source: Breitbart

McCain, John

long-time neocon, warmongering  senator (R-AZ) who served the interests of the deep state. Dubbed an American “war hero” by the fake news media, McCain was a captured POW during the Vietnam War, but has been dubbed ‘Songbird’ by fellow veterans for singing like a canary once captured. A fact that has been kept secret along with his negligence aboard the USS Forrestal that caused an explosion that killed 134 sailors, destroyed at least 20 aircraft, and threatened to sink the ship. Ironically, the former POW bullied families of other POW/MIA’s in stonewalling all efforts to bring forth overwhelming evidence of hundreds left behind and was a front man for the gov’t cover up. McCain was part of the corrupt Keating 5 in the 80’s S&L Scandal; pushed for more troops in Iraq; enthusiastically advocated for war in Afghanistan and Yemen; repeatedly lobbied for ‘rebels’ (including al Qaeda terrorists) to be given military aid by the US, as well as calling for cruise missile strikes on government positions; and pushed the fake Trump dossier to the FBI. McCain was no hero – rather a self-serving liar, hypocrite, crook, and traitor.

John McCain was born in August 1936 the son and grandson of Admirals in the military. According to a documentary called Finding Your Roots from Weta Interactive Media, McCain’s great-great-grandfather served under the first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. “We then discovered that his Calvary unit had been tapped for a mission by none other than General Nathan Bedford Forrest, a brilliant, but brutal commander, often remembered for what he did after the war as the first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan,” Historian Henry Louis Gates, Jr. said. According to the documentary, William Alexander McCain was also a deserter, leaving his division in the Mississippi Calvary during the Civil War, and he also became a Prisoner of War. (source)

War “Hero”… NOT!

McCain is often called a “war hero”, a title adorning an unlovely resume starting with a father who was an admiral and graduation fifth from the bottom at the US Naval Academy, where he earned the nickname “McNasty”. McCain flew 23 bombing missions over North Vietnam, each averaging about half an hour, total time ten hours and thirty minutes. For these brief excursions the admiral’s son was awarded two Silver Stars, two Legions of Merit, two Distinguished Flying Crosses, three Bronze Stars, the Vietnamese Legion of Honor and three Purple Hearts. US Veteran Dispatch calculates our hero earned a medal an hour, which is pretty good going.

Disgr’ACE Pilot’

Navy pilot John Sidney McCain III should have never been allowed to graduate from the U.S. Navy flight school. He was a below average student and a lousy pilot. Had his father and grandfather not been famous four star U.S. Navy admirals, McCain III would have never been allowed in the cockpit of a military aircraft.

During his relative short stint on flight status, McCain III lost five U.S. Navy aircraft, four in accidents and one in combat. #1 McCain III lost jet number one in 1958 when he plunged into Corpus Christi Bay while practicing landings. He was knocked unconscious by the impact coming to as the plane settled to the bottom.

#2 McCain’s second crash occurred while he was deployed in the Mediterranean. “Flying too low over the Iberian Peninsula,” Timberg wrote, “he took out some power lines reminiscent of the 1998 incident in which a Marine Corps jet sliced through the cables of a gondola at an Italian ski resort, killing 20 which led to a spate of newspaper stories in which he was predictably identified as the son of an admiral.”

#3 McCain’s third crash three occurred when he was returning from flying a Navy trainer solo to Philadelphia for an Army-Navy football game. Timberg reported that McCain radioed, “I’ve got a flameout” and went through standard relight procedures three times before ejecting at one thousand feet. McCain landed on a deserted beach moments before the plane slammed into a clump of trees.

#4 McCain’s fourth aircraft loss occurred July 29, 1967, soon after he was assigned to the USS Forrestal as an A-4 Skyhawk pilot. While seated in the cockpit of his aircraft waiting his turn for takeoff, McCain tried a hot-shot move called a ‘wet-start’ meant to create a large startling flame and lots of surprise noise from the rear of his jet engine on start up. The explosions that followed killed 134 sailors, destroyed at least 20 aircraft, and threatened to sink the ship.

#5 “McCain had roughly 20 hours in combat,” explains Bill Bell, a veteran of Vietnam and former chief of the U.S. Office for POW/MIA Affairs — the first official U.S. representative in Vietnam since the 1973 fall of Saigon. “Since McCain got 28 medals,” Bell continues, “that equals out to about a medal-and-a-half for each hour he spent in combat. There were infantry guys — grunts on the ground — who had more than 7,000 hours in combat and I can tell you that there were times and situations where I’m sure a prison cell would have looked pretty good to them by comparison. The question really is how many guys got that number of medals for not being shot down.”

McCain was shot down over Hanoi on October 26, 1967 and parachuted into Truc Boch Lake, whence he was hauled by Vietnamese, and put in prison.

What Really Happened When He Was a POW? – CounterPunch 6/13/08 EXCERPTS:

“on March 25, 1999, two of his fellow POWs, Ted Guy and Gordon “Swede” Larson told the Phoenix New Times that, while they could not guarantee that McCain was not physically harmed, they doubted it. As Larson said, “My only contention with the McCain deal is that while he was at The Plantation, to the best of my knowledge and Ted’s knowledge, he was not physically abused in any way. No one was in that camp. It was the camp that people were released from.”Guy and Larson’s claims are given credence by McCain’s vehement opposition to releasing the government’s debriefings of Vietnam War POWs. McCain gave Michael Isikoff a peek at his debriefs, and Isikoff declared there was “nothing incriminating” in them, apart from the redactions.

McCain had a unique POW experience. Initially, he was taken to the infamous Hanoi Hilton prison camp, where he was interrogated. By McCain’s own account, after three or four days, he cracked. He promised his Vietnamese captors, “I’ll give you military information if you will take me to the hospital.”His Vietnamese capturers soon realized their POW, John Sidney McCain III, came from a well-bred line of American military elites. McCain’s father, John Jr., and grandfather, John Sr., were both full Admirals. A destroyer, the USS John S. McCain, is named after both of them. While his son was held captive in Hanoi, John McCain Jr., from 1968 to 1972, was the Commander-in-Chief of U.S. Pacific Command; Admiral McCain was in charge of all US forces in the Pacific including those fighting in Vietnam. ..The Admiral’s bad boy was used to special treatment and his captors knew that. They were working him.For his part, McCain acknowledges that the Vietnamese rushed him to a hospital, but denies he was given any “special medical treatment.” However….two weeks into his stay at the Vietnamese hospital, the Hanoi press began quoting him. It was not “name rank and serial number, or kill me,” as specified by the military code of conduct. McCain divulged specific military information: he gave the name of the aircraft carrier on which he was based, the number of US pilots that had been lost, the number of aircraft in his flight formation, as well as information about the location of rescue ships…

On the other hand, according to one source, McCain’s collaboration may have had very real consequences. Retired Army Colonel Earl Hopper, a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam, contends that the information that McCain divulged classified information North Vietnam used to hone their air defense system…McCain told his North Vietnamese captors, “highly classified information, the most important of which was the package routes, which were routes used to bomb North Vietnam. He gave in detail the altitude they were flying, the direction, if they made a turn… he gave them what primary targets the United States was interested in.” Hopper contends that the information McCain provided allowed the North Vietnamese to adjust their air-defenses. As result, Hopper claims, the US lost sixty percent more aircraft and in 1968, “called off the bombing of North Vietnam, because of the information McCain had given to them.”

‘When John McCain was my captive‘: interview with former head of Vietnamese prison ‘Hanoi Hilton’ – BBC 6/23/08

“But I can confirm to you that we never tortured him. We never tortured any prisoners.” Mr Duyet reminisces instead about how he often summoned the future US presidential candidate to his private office for informal chats….So is Mr Duyet implying that that Senator McCain lied about his treatment at the Hanoi Hilton? “He did not tell the truth,” he says. “But I can somehow sympathise with him. He lies to American voters in order to get their support for his presidential election.”

Vietnam POW Activists Called McCain ‘Songbird’ and ‘Manchurian Candidate’

EXCERPT: from 1992 Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA’s:

“When two U.S. Army enlisted men were captured by the Viet Cong in 1963, they were plunged into an ordeal that would prove to be a relentless trial of body and spirit by torture. Once they were finally freed, however, their trials began all over again, when their statements critical of the U. S. Vietnam policy landed them in a military court facing a capital offense for violating the military Code of Conduct by “aiding the enemy.”

But, if your name is John McCain and your father and grandfather were famous admirals, violating the Code of Conduct by “aiding the enemy” translates into fodder for a political career, book deals, and adulation bordering on sainthood. Even though news reports of McCain collaborating with the enemy continued from the time he was captured in 1967 through 1970, the Navy never considered prosecution as an option.

Instead, Pentagon pencil pushers chose a political spin that lifted McCain, the former POW turned U.S. Senator, up to a glorified pedestal where he sprouted a halo and wings and became America’s “POW-hero” and today a presidential candidate.

No such luck for the two lowly “grunts.”

SANTOLI: But on the Senate side, we had one person standing in the way of getting in positions that would have been very tough on government bureaucrats who didn’t tell the truth. And that one person was Sen. John McCain.

Cpl. BOB DUMAS, U.S. Army (Ret.): He didn’t want nobody to check his background because a lot of the POWs that was in the camps said he was a collaborator of the enemy. He gave the enemy the information they wanted.

Dr. JAMES LUCIER, former U.S. Senate Chief of Staff: But We do know that when he was there [in the Vietnamese prison], he cooperated with the communist news services in giving interviews there, ah, not flattering to the United States.

USRY: Information shows that he made over 32 tapes of propaganda for the Vietnamese government. Certainly, you do what you need to do to stay alive. Nobody would fault anybody for that. But there comes a point in time when enough is enough.

REP: DORNAN: They made those transcriptions, and in the transcriptions, I heard a POW who heard them comin’ into his cell and said, “Oh, my God, is that Admiral McCain’s son? Is that the admiral’s son? Is that Johnny — telling us that our principal targets are schools, orphanages, hospitals, temples, churches?” That was Jane Fonda’s line. Where are those transcriptions? Believe me — they’re in the archives of the museum, the bragging military phony museum in Hanoi. McCain could not have wanted those [to] turn up in the middle of a presidential race. He knows that. I know that, and a few other people know that, and that’s why he went against Bob Dole’s legislation.

DUMAS: And he didn’t want nobody looking into his background in that camp, what went on in that camp. That stuff is still classified so nobody can see it. And he just had it classified forever, so nobody’ll ever look at it.

LUCIER: That he was given special treatment and was put in a room with two other defectors who were later given special treatment. Although I will say to his credit he refused to be repatriated as a result.

REP: DORNAN: This sounds so good at first. McCain was offered the chance to come home. They called him the “Prince.” And he could have. But nobody ever takes that one step beyond that. If John … Admiral John McCain II … “Junior” … if his son, a lieutenant senior grade, had accepted this princely status and come home in 1967 while the others would sit there for five years, what would the Navy have done, with the son of an admiral who opted to get special treatment and come home? No Navy career. No House seat. No Senate seat. It would have been the end of his career. [Edit.] And they were offering him this chance to go home in one of three groups that came home in ‘68.

SANTOLI: They were all collaborators.

REP. DORNAN: And McCain called them this — except for Bill Kagill [phonetic] — the “slipperies,” the “slimies” and the “sleazies.” I once forgot one of those names — and he refreshed my memory. The slipperies, the slimies and the sleazies. So that meant that he would have become a slimy, a sleazy and a slippery, ruining his career and the admiral’s son goes home. What I’m saying is, yes — he chose to stay. But did he have an alternative if he ever wanted to have a life? And what would it have done to his father?

DOUGLASS: And his activities were sufficiently consistent and widespread in opposing efforts to learn the truth that he was written up in a number of articles as a Manchurian candidate in this issue.

REP. DORNAN: In Hanoi, he saw McCain turn red in the face. He even used the term “Rumblestiltskin” [sic], jumping up and down in place in a rage: “If you release any of these records that you have here in Hanoi on me or the other POWs, you will NEVER get diplomatic recognition.”

USRY: McCain may have been an expert on being a prisoner of war but he was by no means an expert on the POW issue.”

Top cop says McCain was never tortured – PrisonPlanet 2/7/08

“McLamb said the POW’s told him that McCain had sustained two broken arms and a leg injury from not pulling his arms in when he bailed out of his A-4 Skyhawk that was shot down over the Truc Bach Lake in Hanoi. The POW’s said that McCain made 32 propaganda videos for the communist North Vietnamese in which he denounced America for what they were doing in Vietnam.”…”Several Vietnam veterans groups do solely exist to expose McCain’s abandonment of veteran’s interests as well as his lies about being tortured, including Vietnam Veterans Against John McCain and U.S. Veteran Dispatch. “

In fact, McCain’s own account confirms he broke his own arms while ejecting from his plane.

Also, an audio recording surfaced proving that U.S. Senator John McCain collaborated with the North Vietnamese by recording a “Tokyo Rose”-style propaganda message that was broadcast on North Vietnamese radio in 1969.

For many years, American former P.O.W.s who were in the “Hanoi Hilton” North Vietnamese prison with John McCain called him a “Songbird” who collaborated with the enemy against his own country. They accused him of turning against them and against his own country in exchange for preferential treatment while many of the actually brave and honorable American P.O.W.s endured torture and denial of medical care and food for refusing to collaborate. The P.O.W.s branded McCain a traitor who was no hero, but nonetheless used his fake hero status to rise to political power.

Those claims were denounced as lies. However, from the U.S. National Archives came the proof of their allegations; McCain, by his own words, WAS in fact a traitor who collaborated with the enemy by recording a “Tokyo Rose” statement condemning his own nation by admitting “crimes” against the North Vietnamese people, stating “I, as a U.S. airman, am guilty of crimes against the Vietnamese country and people.” McCain’s recorded statement also painted a picture of humane treatment of prisoners even though he knew many of his fellow Americans were being tortured and denied medical care and adequate food. In the recording he is heard to say “I received this kind treatment and food even though I came here as an aggressor and the people who I injured have much difficulty in their living standards. I wish to express my deep gratitude for my kind treatment and I will never forget this kindness extended to me.” (Source: Oathkeepers)

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Romney, Mitt

Current RINO Senator representing UT. He became a management consultant at Bain & Company in 1977, later serving as Bain’s CEO. In 1984, he co-founded and led the spin-off company Bain Capital, a highly profitable private equity investment firm that became one of the largest of its kind in the nation. Romney’s considerable net worth, estimated in 2012 at $190–250 million, helped finance his political campaigns prior to 2012. Romney served as the 70th Governor of MA from 2003-07 brought socialized health care to Massachusetts during his one term as governor, inspiring the federal Obamacare law. and was the GOP’s nominee for POTUS in the 2012 election, becoming the first Mormon to be the presidential nominee of a major party. He was defeated by incumbent Obama after a disaster campaign. Questions remain about his unethical business practices, possible money laundering, and connection (Board member Cofer Black) to corrupt Burisma Holdings that may explain his opposition to any digging into Ukraine corruption.

During his 16-years at Bain Capital, fully one-fourth or $600 million of the firms cumulative $2.5 billion of profits ($1.1bln investment in 77 deals) were scalped from companies which went bankrupt soon after Mitt and his partners got out of town with the loot. While Romney did everything to maximize his own profits, thousands of employees were soon without a job.

Romney accepted money from Robert Maxwell, Jeffrey the father of Epstein’s companion / handler Ghislaine Maxwell,  in the very early days of Romney’s firm Bain Capital. Robert Maxwell is a known Mossad agent and it is suspected and alleged that his daughter and Epstein were as well. Sometimes beggers can’t be choosers so it is no crime to accept money from someone as long as it is legal, but its a connection that sometimes connects other dots for a clearer picture, but maybe nothing at all.

In Great Deformation, author David Stockman wrote a chapter called “Willard M. Romney And The Truman Show Of Bubble Finance”. The portion excerpted in Newsweek in October 2012 is reprinted below:

Bain Capital is a product of the Great Deformation. It has garnered fabulous winnings through leveraged speculation in financial markets that have been perverted and deformed by decades of money printing and Wall Street coddling by the Fed. So Bain’s billions of profits were not rewards for capitalist creation; they were mainly windfalls collected from gambling in markets that were rigged to rise…

Except Mitt Romney was not a businessman; he was a master financial speculator who bought, sold, flipped, and stripped businesses. He did not build enterprises the old-fashioned way—out of inspiration, perspiration, and a long slog in the free market fostering a new product, service, or process of production. Instead, he spent his 15 years raising debt in prodigious amounts on Wall Street so that Bain could purchase the pots and pans and castoffs of corporate America, leverage them to the hilt, gussy them up as reborn “roll-ups,” and then deliver them back to Wall Street for resale—the faster the better…

The waxing and waning of the artificially swollen LBO business has been perfectly correlated with the bubbles and busts emanating from the Fed—so timing is the heart of the business. In that respect, Romney’s tenure says it all: it was almost exactly coterminous with the first great Greenspan bubble, which crested at the turn of the century and ended in the thundering stock-market crash of 2000-02. The credentials that Romney proffers as evidence of his business acumen, in fact, mainly show that he hung around the basket during the greatest bull market in recorded history.

You can read the entire Newsweek article with commentary from Stockman HERE

To fully appreciate Mitt’s resume, one need only look at a short list of crimes that Bain Capital has been charged with and some of their many unethical deals. Mitt was personally responsible for most of these when he was the CEO.

  • Liquidated Key Airlines in 1984-85 by unlawfully suppressing the pilots’ union.
  • Made $34 million, 34 times its 1986 investment, in mobile medical equipment manufacturer Calumet Coach.
  • Brokered a merger for Stage Stores in 1988, knowing that the Milken junk bonds were bogus; Bain’s $10M investment gave $175M profit by 1997; Stage Stores filed bankruptcy in 2000.
  • Purchased the Damon International medical lab in 1989; company went public in 1991, then was sold to Corning in 1993. Romney hired Joseph Isola as Damon’s president & CEO in January 1990; Isola pled nolo contendere in July 2000 to federal charges of conspiracy to defraud Medicare.
  • Made $55 million, 16 times its 1990 investment, from the Gartner Group.
  • Bain Capital’s Bank of New England investment was failing in 1991, so CEO Mitt Romney got the F.D.I.C. to agree to a $10M write-off while Bain executives collected fat bonuses.
  • Purchased Duane Reade in 1992, a chain of family-owned New York City pharmacies. The company was twice fined for selling expired non-prescription drugs, baby formula, and other products. A new owner in 2005 quickly fired the lead attorney, who was sentenced in August 2011 to three years in prison for falsely inflating Duane Reade’s income and misleading investors.
  • Took over Ampad (American Pad & Paper) for $5M in 1992; laid off 200 union workers in 1994 and hired them back at reduced wages; the union struck; Bain closed the plant, and then walked away with $100M in profits.
  • Purchased the G.S. Industries steel plant in Kansas City, Missouriin 1993, for $8.3M; in 1994, G.S.I. borrowed $125M to pay off debt and modernize and to pay Bain Capital executives $36M; G.S.I. went bankrupt and the plant closed; the P.B.G.C. (Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation) government agency covered $44M in G.S.I. pension losses in August 2005.
  • Bain Capital (initial investment $30M) and Goldman Sachs bought Baxter International in 1994 and renamed it Dade International; Dade bought a chemical division from Dupont in 1996 and Behring Diagnostics in 1997; failing to get a decent buyout offer in 1999, Dade management took out loans to buy out half the stockholders (the Bain half) with $242 million to Bain and $121 million to Goldman Sachs and $55 million to top Dade executives, for a total payout of $420 million; in all, the company racked up $1.5B in debt; Bain took $100M in fees and $242M in profits; Dade filed bankruptcy in 2002, 2100 workers lost their jobs; Dade was sold in 2007 to German conglomerate Siemens for $7B.
  • GS International: In a somewhat less profitable transaction, Bain Capital invested $60 million in 1993 and received $65 million in dividends. This company, too, went bankrupt in 2002, and 750 workers lost their jobs.
  • In 1998, Domino’s Pizza co-founder and sole owner Tom Monaghan sold 93 percent of the company to Bain Capital for $1.1B; Bain added $1.5B in debt, and took away five times their investment. The pizza company is thriving, but has assets of only $425M and long-term debt of $1.57B, which computes to $23.64 negative book value per share.
  • Bain Capital formed Sensata Technologies in 2006, in Freeport, Illinois to develop, manufacture and market sensors and controls for major auto manufacturers such as Ford and General Motors. Despite rising profits, the company has plans to shut down the factory; American workers were made to train their Chinese replacements, who were flown to Illinois by the company.

At Bain, Romney invested in the fetus disposal company and longtime Planned Parenthood partner Stericycle.

There is still a question plaguing Mitt’s corrupt career about exactly when he left his position as CEO of Bain Capital. There are conflicting state and federal SEC and FEC filing statements contradicting his retroactive retirement contention. It is pertinent to know why he fled Bain Capital in August 2001, and why he cited February 1999 as his official separation date when he was CEO the entire time. filed a complaint with the DOJ over Romney’s disclosure, claiming he was 100% stock holder and was paid as a Bain Capital executive in 2002 despite his contention that he left active management in 1999.

The period between Feb 1999 and Aug 2001 is when Romney, Bain Capital, and their corrupt operatives conspired to commit bankruptcy fraud guaranteeing Bain Capital could plunder a company they managed with impunity.

Despite the fact that Bain’s secret law firms (MNAT and Paul Traub) admitted lying, there was no Department of Justice investigation into Bain Capital, Romney, or their surrogates’ fraud and perjury because in August 2001, George W. Bush nominated another MNAT partner, Colm Connolly, as Delaware United States Attorney. Consequently, as Bain Capital’s friend, he refused to investigate and/or prosecute the confessed acts of perjury and admitted intentional crimes.

Romney was head of Bain Capital while his team of conspirators committed fraud on the court, and when they were reported to the Department of Justice he “retroactively retired” to conceal his involvement and avoid a Department of Justice investigation.

George W. Bush’s appointment of a lawyer from Bain Capital’s secret law firm as U.S. Attorney guaranteed Romney would not be investigated, but retroactive retiring does not change public docket records or FEC and SEC filings showing he profited from corruption, fraud, and racketeering (RICO) as head of Bain Capital, and as he was a corrupt vulture capitalist.

Romney’s fortune would not have been possible without the direct assistance of the U.S. government. He has done well at milking the government when it suits his purposes, the most obvious instance being the incredible $1.5 billion in aid he siphoned out of the U.S. Treasury as head of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake – a sum greater than all federal spending for the previous seven U.S. Olympic games combined. Romney, the supposed fiscal conservative, blew through an average of $625,000 in taxpayer money per athlete – an astounding increase of 5,582 percent over the $11,000 average at the 1984 games in Los Angeles.

In 1993, right as he was preparing to run for the Senate, Romney also engineered a government deal worth at least $10 million for Bain’s consulting firm, when it was teetering on the edge of bankruptcy. This debacle was called; The Federal Bailout That Saved Romney.

Romney has been known as a RINO or Neocon politician, and he’s certainly not a true republican. He’s been anti-Trump from the get-go and jumped on the “Impeach Trump” train the same day Nancy Pelosi announced it. He was also anti-Reagan! In August 2017, Mittens took to twitter to defend Antifa:

Now we know we he created a 2nd twitter account (remember Pierre Delecto?) to tweet out his unpopular, communist beliefs that only anger his republican base. His late-in-life switch from pro-choice to pro-life conveniently coincided with his move from state politics to the national arena, where pro-life commitments benefit Republican candidates. When he had actually held power as governor of the Bay State for four years, he governed as a typical Northeast progressive, appointing technocrats, pragmatists, and liberals, while giving short shrift to movement conservatives. To this day, the former governor remains a proud advocate of Romneycare, his signature contribution to expansive government and the first state level equivalent of Obamacare (also written by Gruber), increased regulation, ballooning healthcare spending, free government funded abortions, and diminished personal liberty. Whatever Romneycare was, it most certainly was not conservative.

He’s flip-flopped seemingly for political purposes only, on abortion, gun control, while remaining opposed to most conservatives on lgbtq issues and mostly votes big government. He’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing when it comes to being conservative or Republican.

There may be more to his eagerness to oust Trump than meets the eye. Like Pelosi, Schiff, Biden and others involved in the coup, Romney has connections to the corrupt Ukrainian oil company Burisma Holdings as well. According to an article on

Romney’s National Security Advisor, Joseph Cofer Black, sits on the Board of the same Burisma Holdings that was being investigated for corruption back in 2014, and the Vice President and Obama Administration demanded be shut down. Why? Because Burisma was/is their vehicle for corrupt practices in Eastern Europe. And CIA Director, John Brennan’s 9/11 Deep State partner, Cofer Black, is still the link to all that goes on there. In fact, I can state unequivocally that Burisma is the centre of Ukraine corruption and the Democrats’ shadow organisation for corrupt activities. I live in Eastern Europe (Poland) and my sources are first-hand. And I know this matters greatly to Mitt Romney as he is not yet done with politics. If Black is busted, it will reflect on Romney, and it only makes sense that Cofer Black is the Deep State ‘plant’ in case Romney ever rises above polishing knobs in the U.S. Senate. Romney wants to run for President again in 2024 and if he wins, Cofer Black will be back with his fingers on the strings either as DNI or CIA Chief of Corruption. Burisma Holdings is the hub of U.S. Democrat activities to corrupt both Ukraine and American politics and there is proof. Ukraine President Zelenskyy’s win surprised both Brennan and Black’s Deep State ops as much as Trump’s did in 2016 in America.2

Cofer Black may be the real reason Romney is desperate to have President Trump’s real investigation shut down. The above excerpt seems to connect some dots that make sense and would tie some things together to make sense, but they are only opinion and speculation at this point.

A Bush Crime Family Adopted Son?

Mitt’s true history cannot be told unless the criminal milieu that he worked within is described beforehand. Only when you get the picture of this crime syndicate and their incredible power and political reach, will you see where Unfit Mitt fits into the puzzle of corrupt bankers, rogue CIA, and the underbelly of politics. Mitt’s crimes have often been aligned with the big dogs on the global block — the Bush Criminal Cartel.

Mitt Romney worked closely with the crooked director of Riggs Bank, Jonathan Bush, the son of Prescott Bush, the man they call Hitler’s banker. Prescott’s other infamous son is George H. W. Bush, who practically adopted Mitt and made sure that his political path was free and clear. George H. W. Bush and Mitt Romney were part of the team that fleeced the former Soviet Union through Riggs-Valmet Bank and then laundered the money through Romney’s Bain Capital.

Mitt was so helpful to Jonathan Bush and George H. W. Bush that they cleared the way for Mitt again and again, grooming him to become president of America so that the CIA could maintain control of the White House through a Bush Criminal Cartel adopted son. When Mitt failed repeatedly to win the White House, they finally had to dip low into their gene-pool to put Jeb up for the job.

Romney became wealthy ($250 million that we know about) through his association with the Bushes, especially through Jonathan’s Riggs Bank. Undoubtedly Mitt has many off-shore accounts to hide his personal spoils from the Soviet Union theft and the deals that were made during the Bush-designed economic collapse and fleecing.

When Mitt ran for president, many people came out and bashed him with political hijinks, showing his lies and contradictions in his own public statements. The article below is one such bashing that should make everyone aware that Mitt is a fraud, liar, and political tool for the Bush Criminal Cartel. The new movement to crown Mitt the Mormon Senator from Utah who will “stand up” to Trump is also accompanied by a #NeverRomney movement that has not forgotten his lies, crimes, and political maneuverings.

Thanks to Mitt, the Democrats got to claim that their impeachment show trial was “bipartisan,”the first in history. Anyone who has followed Mitt’s career could have seen this betrayal coming. This isn’t the first time he’s behaved like a bitter sanctimonious weasel when it comes to Donald Trump. As a result of his traitorous and vindictive behavior during the impeachment trial of President Trump, a bill was introduced in the Utah legislature that would allow for the recall of a U.S. senator. To be continued…

In 2016, Romney used his clout as the Republican Party’s 2012 nominee to gather the media to Salt Lake City with great fanfare to hear his thoughts on the 2016 race just days before the crucial Michigan primary. But Mitt didn’t use his encore on the national stage to endorse a candidate. No. He just wanted the whole world to hear him deliver an 18-minute speech trashing the hell out of his party’s then-frontrunner Donald Trump.

But long before Romney stabbed Trump in the back, he stabbed the working class voters that Trump brought to the Republican Party. First, let’s recall that Romney lost the 2012 election in large part because he couldn’t win over white working class voters. Of course, the Democrats ran one ad after another showing the Americans who lost their jobs to make Mitt filthy rich as their factories were shuttered and shipped to China – and rightfully so.

To what degree the attention on Bain Capital helped defeat the Romney-Ryan ticket in 2012 is subject to conjecture; in any case, Mitt Romney lost all of his various home states, and Paul Ryan (his running mate) did not even carry his home town of Janesville, Wisconsin.

You might ask how Mitt can commit so many economically unethical deeds and get off without prosecution, or without having the public know about his true nature – an economic predator driven by corruption and greed. Mitt is protected by the Bush Criminal Cartel, just like Bill and Hillary and Barack Obama. The White House was taken over by a rogue CIA agent, George H. W. Bush, and has been under his control until the election of Donald Trump which is shaking the corrupt foundations of George H. W. Bush’s rogue CIA control of government.