Washington intrigue continues unabated

This will go nicely with Mike Cunningham’s post, which I only just saw a few minutes ago!

In early March 2017, Roger Stone interviewed Josh Kaplan of Vessel News on a segment of the Alex Jones Show.

At that time, Democrats wanted the newly-sworn in Attorney General Jeff Sessions to stand down. Allegations floated around about Sessions’s conversations with Russia in tandem with the narrative about President Donald Trump being in cahoots with the Russians.

Kaplan said:

The Russian wedge is one of the great issues of the Trump presidency. The move to oust Sessions is a way to move against [plans to restrict] H1B visas and non-acceptance of illegals from Mexico. There are a number of RINOs [involved].

Stone agreed:

They want to remove Sessions because he is the strong right arm of Donald Trump.

With regard to the GOPe opposition, Stone said:

Better a snake in the grass than an asp in the bosom.

Kaplan then talked about the reform of Obamacare, which he predicted would define Trump’s presidency and prove that he is a deal maker. However:

A fissure has been created on Capitol Hill regarding repeal and replacement of Obamacare.

He told Stone that Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) was not admitted to the room where the repeal and replace discussion was going on.

Kaplan thinks that the future Infrastructure Bill will be a smart play from Trump in offering ‘sweeteners’ to the GOPe and Democrats in return for passing the new health care legislation later this month. The infrastructure legislation is not likely to happen until later this year.

Both men said that Trump’s enemies were severely underestimating him.

On Wednesday, March 8, Alex Jones interviewed Stone, before Stone began his own long segment.

Stone said:

This period in American history will make Watergate pale by comparison. The compounded lies that are infiltrating the establishment … had the candidate under surveillance, and their rationale for doing so has been completely devastating … It will take some time to get to the bottom of this.

He pointed out that, with Watergate, it was not until almost a year and a half later that the entire Watergate cover-up collapsed:

And that is what it will be like here, in my opinion.

Talk turned to the alleged surveillance of Trump Tower. Stone said:

The New York Times turns out to be an unwitting handmaiden of the intelligence services. If we go back to their story of January 20, and you go to their story of several weeks ago, in both cases there were ‘central intelligence’ sources saying that they have emails, financial transaction records and telephone intercepts.

And, of course, the New York Times hasn’t seen any of those. They haven’t been produced for the American people to look at …

Given their record of lying about the Iraq War, lying about Benghazi, lying about rendition, lying about Iran Contra, lying about weapons of mass destruction and Saddam Hussein, I don’t know why anyone would believe them. And now chickens are coming home to roost.

He continued:

The intelligence director for Obama coming out and saying there was no spying and there was no Russian infiltration into the Trump campaign is an attempt to abuse this … I don’t think it’s going to work. The whole Obama crew needs to be dragged in front of a grand jury to figure out what happened.

Stone then introduced the topic for his segment with George Neumayr of The American Spectator, which followed after the break:

I would like to focus first on John Brennan, the outgoing CIA director, because, in my opinion, he is the focal point of the disinformation campaign.

You might have noticed last week in several different media publications he came out and said, ‘I am not the leaker. I am not the leaker’. Well, in Washington, as you know, Alex, when somebody announces that they are not the leaker, that means that they are the leaker.

The man doth protest too much, and therefore, joining us today from The American Spectator, we have here with us today, George Neumayr, who has written a terrific book.

Neumayr was previously editor of Catholic World Report, press critic for California Political Review and a contributor to The Guardian between 2007 and 2009. He co-authored No Higher Power with the late Phyllis Schafly in 2012. His new book, The Political Pope, goes on sale in May 2017.

Stone said:

We have talked at great length at Infowars about John Brennan’s incredible background and we have wondered how he got to the incredible position of being the CIA director.

He then read highlights of Brennan’s Wikipedia entry and continued:

Mr Brennan is the lynchpin, the chief conspirator in this effort to smear Mr Trump and to make something nefarious about his attempt to win this election, when, in fact, it was the globalists who were seeking to thwart the Constitution, smear Trump and steal this election for Hillary Clinton.

Neumayr responded:

He is the genesis into the Trump campaign.

He received intelligence from an intelligence agency in one of the Baltic states, probably Estonia, and he used that to convince [James] Comey, Loretta Lynch and others to pursue a FISA court warrant that would allow the US to intercept [information] from Trump Tower.

Stone interjected, stating that the first FISA attempt started in June 2016 to wiretap and intercept Trump Tower:

and three US citizens — yours truly, Paul J Manafort and … a guy who managed to join a Trump advisory group.

Stone said it was unclear whether the October 2016 FISA is the same as the one from June. He said the best thing would be for Trump to order the release of all the documents in court.

Neumayr agreed:

Yes, and you’ll notice John Brennan has not said a word since Sunday, with his tweet. He’s said nothing … He doesn’t know the whole story. It’s almost like a repeat of the Susan Rice situation in Benghazi, where they send out the people with the least amount of information to send out the story.

Stone then ran through the recent chain of events. Trump gave an outstanding address before both houses of Congress on February 28. The intelligence community then leaked information from the Russian ambassador. Trump responded by tweeting that first weekend in March that he is on the offence and the media were on the defence. Stone said:

The globalists are now in decline … It is … as you know, very rare for a US citizen, rather than a foreign national, to be on the receiving end of these types of machinations … Were these approved in June or October?

Neumayr concurred:

We’ve known for six months now that the Trump campaign has been investigated and Russiafied.

After a commercial break, Neumayr continued:

… I think that the bottom line is, as you were saying, this is going to boomerang on the criminal leakers. And, I think the criminal leakers and John Brennan himself are the most vulnerable here, because it’s going to come out that they went to their stenographers, like David Ignatius of the Washington Post, and they gave them information that, uh, was a violation of the law.

The [forces for good] will be vindicated on the basis of finding out, at the very least, that the investigation into Trump Tower was initiated. If John Brennan was the instigator of it on phony intelligence from one of the Baltic countries …

Then there’s going to be big trouble.

Stone mentioned prosecution and felony charges:

This makes Watergate look like child’s play. It’s unconstitutional.

Discussion turned as to who started this story. Neumayr seemed confident of his aforementioned scenario, which he repeated. He added that when (or if, let’s say) Brennan wasn’t directly involved, then someone working closely with him was.

Stone concluded the interview:

It’s extraordinary that the Trump administration has not replaced second and third level bureaucrats [who are] still infecting these agencies where these leaks are coming from.

The Washington intrigue continues unabated.

Stone had another guest on afterwards to discuss Vault 7, but that will have to wait until another day.

3 comments for “Washington intrigue continues unabated

  1. March 19, 2017 at 5:24 pm

    Another meaty one – watching closely.

  2. Hereward Unbowed.
    March 20, 2017 at 8:25 am

    I can’t make head nor tail of it.

    The Trump administration is still in its formative stage, certain players in the ‘intelligence’ community are taking their leave, which is probably a good thing.

    I must admit, the libtard forces and not least the twats on this side of the pond have tried their damnest to hole Donald Trump’s team ship, torpedoes going left, off right and not centre – thank God.

    I could be wrong but it seems to me that outside of the DC bubble and NYT nest of Marxists – the new President is being given plenty of plaudits and long may that continue.

    Just give the man time to do what he is great at – business and entreprise, I have no doubt he will make America something, a nation, to be feared and respected again – throughout the world but far more importantly – in the heartlands.

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