Senator Dianne Feinstein Has Announced “Donald Trump Will Resign Soon.” Reminds Me Of FBI Director Comey’s Running Off At The Mouth. The Not So Good News For This Morning…

by Pamela Williams
 
Waking up to a huge amount of news this morning of March 22, 2017, and none of it is good.   First we have Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein running off at the mouth saying, “Donald Trump Will Resign Soon.” So, Dianne, want to share with us how you got here?  All of you Liberals seem to know everything…I would say you are the ones who started this rhetoric; thus, spreading more fake news…thanks a lot, like we don’t have enough out there.
 
In response to a question about how Trump could be removed from office, the Californian Democrat said: ‘We have a lot of people looking at this, technical people … and I think he is going to get himself out.’  The  Californian Democrat further stated: ‘We have a lot of people looking at this, technical people … and I think he is going to get himself out.’ I would like to know how all these people are getting away with trying to overthrow a sitting President.  This is a treasonous act, and as far as I know it has never been done before.  These Liberals keep tearing the Presidency down instead of working to make it better.  Am I wrong?


Next up:  Googles’s home robot says:  Barack Obama is working with the communist Chinese government to plan a coup.  Isn’t that something…even a robot knows that a coup is being committed against President Trump by Obama.  But the surprising part is “with communist China.”
Google’s Home assistant, the little cylinder that sits in people’s houses and speaks to them, working similar to Amazon’s Alexa has spewed a mouthful.  “According to details exposed in Western Center for Journalism’s exclusive video, not only could Obama be in bed with the communist Chinese, but Obama may be in fact be planning a communist coup d’état at the end of his term in 2016!”  Wow, even Google’s robot is suspicious of Obama.
 
Next, we have started the day with a dire warning from North Korea.    
North Korea has declared it is ready for war with the United States and does not fear possible preemptive military action to halt its nuclear and missile buildup.
Comments from North Korea’s foreign ministry slammed US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s recent talk of tougher sanctions, more pressure and possible military action, and said the north would not be deterred in its nuclear program.
“The nuclear force of [North Korea] is the treasured sword of justice and the most reliable war deterrence to defend the socialist motherland and the life of its people,” the official Korean Central News Agency quoted the spokesman as saying. 
“We have the will and capability to fully respond to any war which the US wants. If the businessmen-turned-US officials thought that they would frighten us, they would soon recognise that their method would not work.”
The comments come after US President Donald Trump rebuked North Korean leader Jim Jong-un for “acting very badly” after it conducted a ground test for a new type of high-thrust rocket engine.
North Korea is taking a defiant attitude with the US, and frankly, I do not know what Trump and Tillerson are going to do now.  North Korea says they have nothing to fear from any US move to broaden sanctions aimed at cutting it off from the global financial system and will pursue “acceleration” of its nuclear and missile programmes, a North Korean envoy told Reuters on Tuesday.
This includes developing a “pre-emptive first strike capability” and an inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM), said Choe Myong Nam, deputy ambassador at the North Korean mission to the United Nations in Geneva.  
Choe went on to boldly say, “I think this is stemming from the visit by the secretary of state (Rex Tillerson) to Japan, South Korea and China…We of course are not afraid of any act like that,” Choe told Reuters. “Even prohibition of the international transactions system, the global financial system, this kind of thing is part of their system that will not frighten us or make any difference.” He called existing sanctions “heinous and inhumane”.
North Korea has been under sanctions for “half a century” but the communist state survives by placing an emphasis on juche or “self-sufficiency”, he said. His country wants a forum set up to examine the “legality and legitimacy of the sanctions regime”.
He denounced joint annual military exercises currently being carried out by the United States and South Korea on the divided peninsula and criticised remarks by Tillerson during his talks with regional allies last week.
“All he was talking about is for the United States to take military actions on DPRK,” Choe said, using the acronym for the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
North Korea rejects claims by Washington and Seoul that the military drills are defensive. They involve strategic nuclear bombers and a nuclear submarine, Columbus, that recently entered South Korean ports, he said.
I admire their “self-sufficiency”, as it is to be admired of any Country to become self-sufficient.  I wish we could say we  are self-sufficient here in the United States.  “American-made” needs to be what we strive for here, and I believe President Trump wants that, too
North Korea also tested another missile, but it failed, exploding upon firing.  That is good news, but it is shocking that they are trying to provoke the US into action.  This is a shocking development, and I pray President Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have it under control.
 
Next up, we have news from Russia and China.  It seems we are now running into trouble with Russia, and this is out of the blue in my opinion.  FEARS that Russian arms sales to China are threatening US air superiority have been highlighted in report on the increasing military ties between Moscow and Beijing.  Both countries have been driven closer to each other by the return of Cold War tensions brought on by significant shifts in the global political landscape. Beijing has accused the US of trying to contain it in the South China Sea, where Washington does not recognize  China’s maritime claims, and in South Korea, where the US is seeking to base an advanced anti-missile system. 
 
Here is the headline that has really shocked me:  
“NOT A DRILL’ US and British troops ‘ready to use LETHAL FORCE’ against Putin’s army”
Now it seems this has happened overnight, which seemingly is putting us at odds with Russia now.  I am sure President Trump is so disappointed that the warhawks and neocons around him have pushed the US in this direction with Russia…so much for “making friends.”
TROOPS deployed in Poland to stem Russian aggression are ready to use lethal force against Vladimir Putin’s soldiers, the unit commander has claimed.
At least 900 US soldiers are set to be joined by 150 British personnel on the Polish border in a bid to stop Putin grabbing more Baltic land following his annexation of the Ukrainian province of Crimea.
Now US army commander Lt. Col. Steven Gventer has confirmed the deployment, part of a NATO led mission to control the region, is not being treated as a drill.
Lt. Col. Gventer said: “This is a mission, not a cycle of training events.
“The purpose is to deter aggression in the Baltics and in Poland.”
“British troops will play a leading role in Estonia and support our US allies in Poland, as part of wider efforts to defend Nato. Our rising defence budget means we can support those deployments in the long-term and strengthen our commitment to European security.”
 
Well, so we are starting off the day with a full agenda of startling news stories.  It seems we are closer to war than we were yesterday.  That reminds me I do have a few more things to say about Comey’s visit to Capitol Hill.  Here are two tweets that will make you go, “huh?”
 


 


I have to share the following from www.sott.net/article/345959-Gowdy-skewers-FBI-director-Stop-spewing-quadruple-hearsay-about-Russian-meddling.  This is just such a funny playback of Comey’s day on Capitol Hill:
 
Two of the nation’s top counter-intelligence officials stood by the U.S. intelligence assessment in January that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government sought to help Donald Trump win the 2016 election.
 
Under questioning from Rep. Mike Conaway (R-Texas), FBI Director James Comey and Adm. Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, said nothing has changed since they issued their Jan. 6 report on Russian interference in the election.
 
The report found that senior Russian officials, including Putin, wanted to undermine the U.S. democratic process, hurt Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and help Trump’s campaign.
 
Comey and Rogers declined to provide details on how the intelligence community reached that assessment.
Enter Gowdy:
Trey Gowdy (R-SC) is asking Comey (both were prosecutors once) about hearsay and newspaper articles as proof.
 
“The system we respect would laugh you out of court” if one showed up with a newspaper article as evidence, Gowdy says. “How do you cross-examine an anonymous source? How do you cross-examine hearsay?”
 
The FBI investigation itself is creating a cloud over the sitting administration, Nunes tells Comey.
 
Comey says he can’t answer if the FBI has any evidence of any wrongdoing.
 
“I can tell you that we don’t have any evidence,” he says, urging Comey to hurry with his probe and ending the hearing.
Gowdy also slammed Comey for using “quadruple hearsay” to support allegations of Russian meddling in the elections.
 
Do you think a lack of evidence will stop Comey from marching off a cliff? Think again:
Comey told the House Intelligence Committee that not only was the FBI investigating Russian interference in the campaign but he also dropped this bombshell: FBI agents are probing potential “coordination” between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. This investigation could lead to criminal charges.
So basically Comey refuses to answer any questions with any solid evidence, but he’s 100 percent sure that Trump is a Russian agent.
 
Who needs evidence, anyway? Listen to CNN, citizen.
Didn’t you just love that?

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