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TRUMP DEFIES TRADITION, OUTFLANKS “IMPEACHMENT AND WAR PARTY” IN MIDTERM ELECTION
midterm would open the door for the impeachment of Trump and his removal from office, using the phony Russiagate story as a cause.
One incoming Democratic House Committee chairman has already indicated that he will press ahead with investigations into Russiagate, and beyond. Fanatic anti-Trumper, Adam Schiff from California, will take over the House Intelligence Committee. Schiff has repeatedly said he believes Trump is guilty of colluding with Putin, and denounced Trump for his July summit with Putin in Helsinki. He will replace the present Republican Committee chairman, Devin Nunes, whose investigation has exposed widespread Constitutional abuses by the Obama intelligence community, in collaboration with the Hillary Clinton campaign and corrupt networks within the Department of Justice (DOJ), in their effort to defeat Trump in 2016. Once he won, Committee investigators have proven, these networks continued pushing their narrative, to build the case for his removal.
Nunes’ committee, and several other committees presently run by Republicans, have also brought forward proof, which was first presented by LaRouchePAC and its related organizations, that the Russiagate operation was launched in London, by British intelligence, with former MI6 operative Christopher Steele’s dossier alleging Trump was subject to sexual blackmail by Putin. Steele’s dossier was paid for by the Clinton campaign, and used by the FBI and DOJ to obtain warrants from the secret FISA Court to spy on the Trump campaign. The evidence produced of illegal collusion by U.S. officials and a foreign government, i.e., Britain, to interfere with a U.S. presidential election, led former U.S. Attorney for Washington, D.C. and legal expert Joe DiGenova, to pronounce that this is “far worse than Watergate,” and saying that those involved, including Obama, John Brennan, James Clapper and Hillary Clinton, should face prison terms for their actions.
The takeover of the House by the Democrats means they will try to shut down this exposure. However, Trump has means to counter this attempt to subvert justice. One, mentioned previously, is that he can use the Senate to conduct investigations. He can also proceed with the declassification of documents, which include many related to Christopher Steele’s collaboration with FBI/DOJ operatives, and the FISA warrants; also internal emails from former FBI Director Comey and his lieutenants, such as fired former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, and disgraced top FBI intelligence operative Peter Strzok, who admitted to his lover, former FBI attorney Lisa Page, in text messages, that he intended to create an “insurance policy” get rid of Trump.
Furthermore, the resignation of Attorney General Sessions the day after the election, at Trump’s request, means that the President may be in a position to shut down the special counsel’s witch hunt, or to limit it. Session’s ill-advised recusal, which placed the investigation into the hands Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, led to the appointment of Mueller. Rosenstein, who has been accused of working with McCabe and others to get evidence that Trump should be removed using the 25th Amendment, granted Mueller a broad mandate, including the right to investigate activity from decades prior to Trump’s election. The new acting Attorney General, Whittaker, who is replacing Sessions, is now in charge of the investigation, and is on record as saying that the mandate given to Mueller by Rosenstein was too broad.
It remains to be seen what ultimate effect this will have. However, judging from the screams from pro-impeachment Democrats, such as Senator Schumer from New York, they fear that the open-ended star chamber operation of Mueller will be ended or scaled back. Given that Mueller has provided no evidence of illegal activity by Donald Trump, this should free Trump to pursue his announced intention to forge a foreign policy which prominently includes dialogue and collaboration with Russia, without fear of being slandered as a “Putin puppet.”
And what of the Democrats? Will they accept Trump’s offer, drop the super-partisan attacks which have polarized the nation, and join with him? Will they cooperate with him to support peaceful arms control negotiations and counter-terror operations with Russia, fair trade deals with China, and join with much of the rest of the world in the ambitious Chinese-directed Belt-and-Road Initiative? Will they look for areas to cooperate with Trump to pursue economic policies, such as those proposed by economist Lyndon LaRouche in his Four Basic Laws, which include Glass Steagall bank separation, a national credit policy to fund development of new platforms of infrastructure, and investment in research in the frontiers of science, to act for the benefit of the “forgotten men and women”, as Trump called for, in borrowing the phrase from Franklin Roosevelt?
Or will they use divisive “identity politics” to further polarize the nation, and pursue impeachment, putting the nation on a course for war with Russia and China?
Trump’s success in the midterm election holds the promise for a better future. How the Democrats respond is now an existential question for the American people.
The Trump success came in spite of nonstop, vicious and false attacks on him, which began in 2016 as he was winning one Republican primary after another. The accusation that he was elected by “Russian meddling” in the election, and his “collusion” with the Russians — charges made for which no evidence has yet been produced — were used by both Republican and Democratic neocons to escalate tensions between the U.S. and Russia, to sabotage Trump’s efforts to achieve a mutually beneficial, cooperative relationship with Russia and its President. Those who have been running an ongoing coup attempt against Trump, including the Obama intelligence apparatus, Clinton Democrats and Bush Republicans, were hoping that a Democratic sweep of both Houses in the midterm would open the door for the impeachment of Trump and his removal from office, using the phony Russiagate story as a cause.