Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Trump tweeting for Dummies

As salvos fired daily arch over our heads in the grassroots, we have to do our best to cut through and keep a laser focus on the malefactor Secretary Clinton.

Yesterday, Trump in Pennsylvania waved an email from the most recent Wikileaks dump in which Sidney Blumenthal allegedly said to John Podesta that Benghazi was preventable.

Kurt Eichenwald was on CNN this morning explaining that the Russians were duped or else they put out doctored information to try to meddle with the 2016 election, and/or Trump was duped or intentionally put out false information. To see CNN video of this explanation, and an accompanying CNN textual story, go to http://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2016/10/11/kurt-eichenwald-benghazi-article-russia-donald-trump-intv-newday.cnn

Eichenwald calls what is happening with the possible Russian disinformation attempt to meddle in the U.S. election "frightening".

Let's keep in mind who is a prime contributor to the "frightening" situation that has been created, to wit, Secretary Clinton, and her private email server.

Most anyone who gives much thought to the matter realizes that Secretary Clinton's motivation to have a private email server was for her and her husband to be able to keep from public exposure questionable things going on with The Clinton Foundation.

This conclusion is supported by Secretary Clinton's action to delete 33,000 emails and keep the public in the dark about what was in those emails.

It has turned out, while the American public is kept in the dark, there is a distinct possibility that the Russians, Wikileaks and others such as the Chinese have those emails.

That's a big" uh oh" for Secretary Clinton.

Among other things, October "bombshells" may be dropped on Secretary Clinton by who knows whom.

More ominously, really nefarious actors may try to blackmail Secretary Clinton in connection with the emails.

It's a double big "uh oh" for Secretary Clinton since she herself may not know who has her emails and does not know whether bombshells will be dropped or she may be blackmailed.

Beyond bombshells and blackmail, Secretary Clinton has further, in her choice of a private email server putting her and her husband's private  interests ahead of the country's national security interest, has created the potential for disinformation by the Russians. To wit, Americans don't know what it is the emails; Secretary Clinton does not have a record to prove what is in the emails; and the door is wide open for the Russians to carry out a disinformation campaign to meddle in the 2016 elections.

This is indeed, as Eichenwald says, "frightening," and a prime contributor to this frightening situation is Secretary Clinton herself by putting her and her husband's private interests  ahead of the country's national security interest.

Trump says, if elected, he will ask his Attorney General to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate this situation.

As each day goes by, it becomes increasingly clear that the FBI and the Justice Department have been disabled from delving into whether Secretary Clinton's actions have risen to the level of treason in her putting private interest ahead of the country's interest relative to her private email server, which opened the door to the Russians to meddle in the 2016 elections through disinformation, as is now possibly being witnessed.

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