This video was made by FKTV subscriber, John Hankey, with whom I have a lively correspondence. He’s asked that I broadcast this video in the name of “balance”. Here’s his own description of his piece:
“Trump is the only candidate, from either party, to say GW Bush lied about ‘weapons of mass destruction.’
“But he is a salesman. Is he honestly anti-war and anti-Bush? or is this just a sales pitch, bait and switch, to win votes?
“His choice of Mike Pence as Vice President not only answers that question loudly and clearly; it suggests that if Trump does not knuckle under completely to the men he pretends to oppose, they will certainly kill him.”
I agree wholeheartedly with John’s points about Michael Pence and he does a great job of detailing how Pence is really bad news, a sort of Dick Cheney, Jr. – but I don’t agree with some of John’s disparaging portrayals of Trump, here.
When I watch Trump’s unrelenting speech about Hillary Clinton’s shockingly wanton graft, where he demands that President Obama not pardon Hillary, he doesn’t sound like a guy who’s going to “knuckle under”, anytime soon. So, if he manages to override the tampered voting machines and actually win, there’s no telling what might happen to him or to us.
As economist, Catherine Austin Fitts says – and John Hankey would agree: “We have a ‘deep state’ that…is out of control and has engineered a significant financial coup d’etat. All signs indicate that the deep state would like to engineer serious institutional changes after the election.”
However, the uploader of this second clip, ProjectClarity believes that the accelerating criticism of Clinton’s criminality, not just by Trump but by judges, prosecutors, mayors, governors, senators; some of the most highly respected people in government, suggest that the “fix” for Hillary’s win may not succeed, after all.
ProjectClarity suspects a strategy here; that FBI Director James Comey was told by Obama and the Clintons that even if he recommended an indictment, it was never going to happen.
In Comey’s announcement, he essentially prosecuted and convicted Hillary in the first 15 minutes and spent the last 2 minutes, saying that he couldn’t recommend an indictment because she’s above the law. He essentially laid out all of the details of her reckless and criminal behavior so that Trump could convict her in his speeches. But if Hillary were to be indicted before the election, Obama could pardon her. Therefore, indictments of Bill, Hillary and others cannot take place until after Trump is sworn in.
“The arrogance and hubris of the American political class makes for a hopeless situation. The Clintons and those who have gotten rich by rigging government money and debt need to be moved aside, no matter how risky the alternatives. Sticking with the status quo means hopelessness…
“…this refusal to hold individual leaders accountable has literally broken the hearts and drained the spirits of millions of honest, hard working men and women who have stood in the breach to protect you and me from this criminality throughout the public and private sectors. This corruption and loss of mind by the general population is the greatest threat to the covenant that stands behind our commitment to the principles of freedom. It is essential that it end for real change to begin.
“Will we continue to support the leadership of a psychopathic system that is draining life in its many forms from this planet? Trump is an unknown who could do real damage to our system of laws, but some change is better than no change. High risk is preferable to hopelessness.
“Crime that pays is crime that stays.”