Dems, Soros Use Leftist Shooting Survivors As Disarmament Advocates, Rally Pawns

By Rick Wells

George Soros and his disarmament Democrat comrades are once again standing on the backs of dead Americans, this time using school kids as their pawns and spokespersons in…

Democrats are notorious for standing on the backs of the victims, usually of their own creation, in order to gain political benefits. The shooting at the campus of Douglas High School in Florida, which they kept as an indefensible gun-free zone, are the latest in that despicable practice.

In efforts which share the familiar look of the mainstream media propagandists collaborating with George Soros front groups providing funding and the opportunity for a group of publicity hound children who survived the Florida attack to become political pawns in the globalist master plan.

The kids likely have libtard parents who have no problem with trusting the government won’t turn to tyranny if the nation is disarmed or with violating our Second Amendment rights. Maybe the children see themselves as the next commie leader in the mold of Hussein Obama, Kamala Harris, Dianne Feinstein or Richard “Stolen Valor” Blumenthal, pushing disarmament and the myth that tyranny only happens elsewhere. It’s more likely they don’t know any of those names other than Obama and perhaps sugar daddy George Soros.  [VIDEOS BELOW]

Cameron Kasky, the naive, stumbling speaker being used as a tool of the left, spewing their propaganda on CNN in the first video, probably has no idea he’s paraphrasing George Bush when he threatens politicians favorable to the NRA and the Second Amendment.

He says, “You’re either with us or against us,” effectively putting those who don’t support further infringement on the right to bear arms into a category with Osama Bin Laden. He can’t be blamed for that and it’s the adult putting the ideas into his head who is responsible. We have to remember he’s just a kid.

Kasky continues with the leftist monologue, saying, “We are losing our lives while the adults are playing around. We have received endless support from your generation and we thank everybody for that immensely, because we, we have, we really appreciate it.”

“We don’t need you.” Actually, unless he’s independently wealthy, his parents are putting food on the table and adult American taxpayers are paying for his indoctrination in a government controlled school. He’s never thought about that, but beyond providing him with everything he has, and the system that keeps them in place, he doesn’t need them. And as for his apparent future political ambitions, they have to be paid for by someone too. Lucky for him he’s got his new favorite uncle, “Uncle George Soros.”

He describes a national rally of the type that guarantees Soros is involved through the same front groups or their clones that brought us Black Lives Matter, female man-haters in stupid pink hats and Antifa.

He says, “On March 24th, you are going to be seeing students in every single major city marching and we have our lives on the line here. And at the end of the day, that is going to be what’s bringing us to victory.” That, and buses paid for by “Uncle George.”

Kasky’s script writer got a little overly dramatic with the next few sentences, saying, “This is about us begging for our lives. This isn’t about the GOP, this isn’t about the Democrats, this is about us creating a badge of shame for any politicians who are accepting money from the NRA and using us as collateral.”

He’s probably inexperienced with the whole concept of buying on credit, but that sentence didn’t even make sense. If the money is a contribution there’s no collateral required or even possible, and there’s no way school children can be construed as being part of an NRA campaign donation. It’s catchy, some Democrat probably was really impressed with himself after penning it, but it’s ignorant and makes no sense.

The girl in the back row to screen right with the short femiNazi hair style is a dead giveaway that this is an organized effort on the part of the gun confiscation crowd. As the second video shows, she’s also the militant pawn that they used to give a “BS speech” demanding that attention she is so desperate for and an end to the Second Amendment. Maybe they should have chosen someone a bit less extreme in their appearance if they wanted their agenda to remain secret, albeit a badly kept one.

(THIS IS WHY THEY WANT YOUR GUNS AMERICA) – Ginrich – Wray and Rosenstein Engaged In Open Deep State Rebellion

By Rick Wells

Gingrich sees the desperate efforts by the FBI and DOJ to hide their criminal activity and their public statement denouncing Trump’s memo decision as deep state rogue rebellion

Newt Gingrich calls out both FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as subversive members of the deep state, addressing their disloyal and insubordinate conduct against the President of the United States.

Gingrich points out that Wray, accompanied by Rosenstein, went to the White House to present their arguments, “make his case to the White House, they’re his superiors in the executive branch, and get turned down. He then goes back and apparently puts out a release, in effect it’s an open rebellion.”

Gingrich explains, “You have the Director of the FBI putting out a release attacking the President for what the President apparently has decided to do, because he didn’t listen to the head of the FBI. I mean this is a level of bureaucratic deep state resistance that should be educational for every American.”

“And it should raise two questions,” Gingrich says. “First of all, when you’re dealing with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department, it is a threat to the civil liberty of every American if they go rogue, if they think they’re on their own, if they think they’re unaccountable.”

He reminds the audience, “This is what was wrong with J. Edgar Hoover,” recommending that President Trump consider renaming FBI headquarters for that reason, calling Hoover “the personification of spying on Americans,” including MLK.

Gingrich continues, “He was the personification of using secret information for political power,” recommending the building be named after a civil libertarian as a reminder to those working there that they are under the law, not above it. He says, “You can’t go out here, have the President of the United States make a decision, and then you decide you’re going to fight him in public?”

“That breaks up the whole concept of an executive branch,” says Gingrich, “and it’s clearly a violation of the Constitution. The interview shifts to an op-ed by Judge Andrew Napolitano in which he wrote, “If the GOP memo is as advertised, we will see the deep state at its most frightening.”

Gingrich says, “The case here is very simple; did the Federal Bureau of Investigation use tainted campaign material, apparently paid for by the Clinton campaign, as an excuse to a federal judge to have wiretaps on Americans during a campaign. Now that is a very chilling concept, that they would lie to the judge, use material that we now know is totally phony, and then use that to be wire-tapping on the presidential candidate.”

He notes the reversal in the targets of investigation, saying, “We started out looking for ‘did the Russians collude in the American election and what we’re discovering is the FBI and the Justice Department colluded, that the real collusion was in the federal bureaucracy, not in the Kremlin and that it was apparently illegal. And that’s why, I think, they’re trying to cover it up.”

 

*(THIS IS WHY THEY WANT OUR GUNS AMERICA) – King – McCabe Gave Inadequate Answers – “What Are They Trying To Cover Up?”

By Rick Wells

Rep Peter King sits on the House Intel Committee that questioned FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. He’s not pleased with the evasive responses and asks what they’re hiding

Martha MacCallum opens her interview with Rep Peter King (R-NY) with an innocent enough question that garnered a telling response, though King was limited as to what he could say about the closed door hearings.

She simply asked if  Andrew McCabe was forthcoming when he was asked about bias that may or may not exist in the FBI with regards to the Trump administration. King says, “I don’t believe that adequate answers were given, I’ll just leave it at that.”

He continued, “There’s so many unanswered questions, at least questions that have not been resolved. For instance, the whole question of the dossier, what role did that play, if any, as far as the investigation being [commenced].”

King says this was an investigation against a presidential campaign, “This was almost unprecedented. And I remember last year when we were told why it was begun and we were told about all of these contacts, unprecedented contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia.”

“Well it turns out there were virtually none,” says King, “and none of  any substance. Then you have the dossier coming in. As to what role that played, if any, I have to be careful on this, when the FISA court allowed warrants, issued warrants.”   [[VIDEO BELOW]]

MacCallum notes that “Democrats were looking for evidence of collusion in their questioning, that they wanted McCabe to confirm that they had every reason to do that unmasking and that the only thing that he mentioned that came out of the dossier was that Carter Page took a trip to Moscow.”

Rep King says the Page trip to Moscow was nothing, they know that, and for that to be used as any kind of an excuse was “irresponsible.” King says it was not the only bit of information that McCabe offered but that the others were no better and also “did not add up to anything.”

King points out that four over four months he and other members of the House Intelligence Committee, has been asking for all of these records. He says, “We didn’t get any of them until we had to go to court to get them. And yet the FBI should be cooperating with us, the Justice Department should be cooperating with us.”

He says, “But these key emails, text messages, just the fact that these people were involved, none of that would be given to us. We had to fight for everything. What are they trying to cover up? Why are they obstructing a committee from doing its lawful work on a matter which is so vital to the country and to the world, for that matter?”

MacCallum notes that the American people are watching this obstruction and saying to themselves, “Well we fund the FBI, we fund the Department of Justice, and I know Congress is very frustrated that you’re not getting the documents from the FBI and Department of Justice about what their feelings or involvement may have been in any effort to be against the Trump administration.”

She asks, “Are we going to see any sort of open hearings from Ohr or from Strzok on these issues?” King says it depends on what they learn in the closed meeting, “Because it is important we do this closed because again, this is part of an ongoing investigation. We don’t necessarily want other witnesses to know everything that’s being said in there so they can’t tailor their stories to it.” Asked if there was anything in McCabe’s testimony in which he contradicted earlier statements, King declined to respond.

Do you know which one of these Republicans initially financed the 35-page lie we now know as the Trump dossier? Purebred swamp rat!

Another bombshell, folks! I have a feeling it is going to be bombshell after bombshell until the swamp rats are in cages!

Since the revelation that Hitlery and the DNC were involved in the financing of the GPS Fusion-fabricated Trump Dossier to the tune of several million dollars, I have been wondering who the mysterious unnamed GOP donor was who initially funded the 35-page lie, then handed the ball off to Hitlery and the DNC when Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee.

So, I began to dig a little, scouring the interwebs, not overlooking even the most obscure sources, and it is mostly denial after denial by GOP donors trying to distance themselves from the steaming pile of Clinton corruption. No one wants that stench on them.

However, I found more than one source declaring that the mysterious GOP donor who so hates President Trump that he would stoop to paying for the most sensational lies in an attempt to prevent Trump’s election as President of the United States was none other than Jeb Bush.

“A wealthy Republican donor who strongly opposed Mr. Trump put up the money to hire a Washington research firm run by former journalists, Fusion GPS, to compile a dossier about the real estate magnate’s past scandals and weaknesses. 

After Mr. Trump emerged as the presumptive nominee in the spring, the Republican interest in financing the effort ended. But  Democratic supporters of Hillary Clinton were very interested, and  Fusion GPS kept doing the same deep dives, but on behalf of new clients,” The New York Times reported.

That report received funding from failed Republican candidate Jeb Bush.

https://twitter.com/TimRunsHisMouth/status/819691940488871937

An insider at BBC said that Steele was paid for by Bush to get more money out of President Donald Trump. Additionally, the BBC reported that a super PAC “Right To Rise” supporting Bush’s campaign commissioned the report from the D.C. based firm.

H/T steemit

Of course, at this point, it is simply conjecture without verifiable proof, which will come when the bank records of GPS Fusion and Christopher Steele are subpoenaed and examined. Until then I consider the BBC’s report that the Bush Super PAC paid Fusion and Steele highly credible.

I am irate over the revelations that Hitlery and the DNC were directly involved in the attempted smearing of a political opponent. But, now we discover that not only did a Republican donor initiate the Trump dossier, but that donor was Jeb Bush, a member of an American political family practically considered royalty in America.

The depth of my disillusionment is immeasurable. After watching the entire Bush family, including worn-out hag Barbara, step up to trash President Trump is only more evidence that the BBC claim is spot-on. The entire family is no better than the establishment swamp scum with whom they associate, especially the Clintons and Barack Hussein.

And, speaking of Republican swamp rats, let’s not forget who the Democrats chose to turn the Trump dossier over to the FBI. Songbird McCain.