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When The Time Comes Does Trump Have The Nerve To Blow His Brains Out Like Hitler, Or Whine Like His Tweets And Cry During His Treason Trial? Donald Reckoning Is Imminent!

Posted in United States with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 14, 2017 by sheriffali

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Donald Trump, Most Government Workers Including The US Military Are Honest Hard Working Patriots, Not Everyone Is Like Traitor James Comey And The Likes. Your Day Of Reckoning Is Coming Sooner Rather Than Later!

 

Trump, You Will Be Exposed For Your Treasonous Acts And Election Fraud. Question Is; “Would You Face The Music Or Take Hitler’s Route And Blow Out Your Brains? Think Carefully For It Is Treason Trial Or Hitler’s Way!

 

 

{Huffington Post Published An Interesting Article As To What Is Coming For Trump and His Henchmen}

 

[Huffington Post] “As President Trump begins his historic détente with Vladimir Putin, it seems a good time to check in with five other men who, along with Trump and Putin, were mentioned in the explosive “Steele Dossier” that hit U.S. media several weeks ago and has since been largely forgotten. The dossier, which accuses Mr. Trump and members of his campaign staff of treason against the United States, was compiled by Christopher Steele, a former high-ranking agent for Britain’s MI6 intelligence service—and the head of that service’s Russia desk.

 

Intelligence agencies on both sides of the Atlantic say Steele is highly competent and thoroughly credible.

 

More recently, Business Insider has reported that “the timeline of Trump’s ties with Russia lines up with the allegations of conspiracy and misconduct” contained in the Steele dossier.

 

Reviewing the fates of the five men below, we find that, since their alleged involvement in the activities detailed in the Steele dossier, one of these men was fired from his job, while another was promoted. A third man was found dead in the back of his car the day after Christmas, while the whereabouts of a fourth are unknown—as he’s gone into hiding for fear of his own and his family’s safety.

 

As President Trump begins his historic détente with Vladimir Putin, it seems a good time to check in with five other men who, along with Trump and Putin, were mentioned in the explosive “Steele Dossier” that hit U.S. media several weeks ago and has since been largely forgotten. The dossier, which accuses Mr. Trump and members of his campaign staff of treason against the United States, was compiled by Christopher Steele, a former high-ranking agent for Britain’s MI6 intelligence service—and the head of that service’s Russia desk.

 

Intelligence agencies on both sides of the Atlantic say Steele is highly competent and thoroughly credible.

 

More recently, Business Insider has reported that “the timeline of Trump’s ties with Russia lines up with the allegations of conspiracy and misconduct” contained in the Steele dossier.

 

Reviewing the fates of the five men below, we find that, since their alleged involvement in the activities detailed in the Steele dossier, one of these men was fired from his job, while another was promoted. A third man was found dead in the back of his car the day after Christmas, while the whereabouts of a fourth are unknown—as he’s gone into hiding for fear of his own and his family’s safety.

 

A fifth met with Vladimir Putin as recently as two weeks ago.

 

This list of five men does not include former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, who was mysteriously pushed out by Trump after reports emerged that Manafort indirectly assisted Russia’s invasion of the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine—the very international crime the Trump administration now opposes leveling sanctions to punish. Prior to his departure in August, it was widely reported that Manafort had also been behind the Trump campaign’s efforts, at the Republican convention in July, to amend the party’s platform to adopt a more favorable view of Russia’s annexation of Crimea.

 

Carter Page. On March 21, 2016, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump told the editorial board of The Washington Post that Carter Page was a key member of his foreign policy team. To be clear, Trump cited Page, unprompted, by name—indeed, Page’s was one of the very first names Mr. Trump could think of in offering up his roster of foreign policy advisers. Four months later, Page travelled to Moscow to give a speech at the Higher Economic School. It was at this point, according to the Steele dossier, that the CEO of Russia’s national oil company, Igor Sechin, offered Page brokerage of a 19 percent stake in the oil company if he would convince Mr. Trump to lift U.S. sanctions on Russian oil.”

 

 

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Open Huffington Post Link For Full Article:

 

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_589f5472e4b080bf74f03cd6

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