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THE RED THREAD: WHO RUNS THE ANTI-TRUMP CONSPIRACIES

Author Points to Communists Among Those Attacking Trump

March 10, 2019 Updated: March 10, 2019  Share   

WASHINGTON—Some of the key ringleaders of the ongoing effort to drive President Donald Trump from office come from communist backgrounds and are using communist-inspired tactics, according to a new book by author Diana West.
West took part in a talk March 8 at the Center for Security Policy about her new book published by CSP, “The Red Thread: A Search for Ideological Drivers Inside the Anti-Trump Conspiracy.” The other panelists were CSP executive chairman Frank Gaffney, Judicial Watch’s investigations director Chris Farrell, and Rich Higgins, who served as a National Security Council official in Trump’s first year in office.
Gaffney said the book “is one of the Rosetta Stones that needs to be taken aboard by every American concerned about what’s happening to our country and what we had best be doing to save it.”
Cover of “The Red Thread” (Center for Security Policy Press)

Left and Right

Marxist ideas have infiltrated both the left and the right, both the Democratic and Republican parties, West said.
People such as dissident Republican Bill Kristol, a reformed Trotskyist, are “joining hands with the left” in a united front against Trump because they view the president as a threat to the established order and the globalism that dominates today’s political system, she told The Epoch Times after the panel discussion.
“The progression left has been marked and so just because you have a label or a past in Republican politics should not blind us to behavior, attitudes, beliefs, money flows,” West said. “We just saw the new Kristol publication, The Bulwark, covering CPAC with a very leftist reporter.”
West was referring to leftist Molly Jong-Fast who mocked the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in a March 1 Bulwark article as “a magical place where college dropouts lecture college students.” She described attendees as “poorly educated Trumpkins.”
Kristol, a co-founder of the failed Weekly Standard, is a director of Defending Democracy Together, a Republican-dominated group that aims to have Trump impeached and removed from office.
The group’s executive director is Sarah Longwell, senior vice president at public relations shop Berman and Co. As a 501(c)(4) nonprofit, its donors are secret. One of the group’s projects is Republicans for the Rule of Law, which focuses on protecting special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation of Trump and his associates.

‘Subverted From Within’

The campaign against Trump “is an internal operation all of its own to realign conservative politics,” West said.
“Has the right been subverted from within? I mean it’s not just the left that has a communist problem, or a subversion problem, or has been targeted for covert takedown.”
Ever since 1920, when Communist Party organizations were raided and “they basically found the entire roadmap … one of the items was talking about going into politics on both sides. Don’t just go into the Democratic Party, go into the Republican Party, too, so there’s always been an effort to undermine the right, just as the left.”
In the book, West identifies the five “-gate” suffixed operations-turned-scandals that the anti-Trump forces have used to try to bring down the president.
They are, she says, “Dossiergate,” the Democratic National Committee-funded so-called Russian kompromat dossier associated with British MI6 officer Christopher Steele that read like a B-movie script and included salacious claims; “Servergate,” Hillary Clinton’s unlawful, hacker-friendly private email system designed to shield the then-secretary of state’s activities from public scrutiny; “FISAgate,” in which government officials obtained counter-intelligence surveillance warrants on Trump campaign officials from a secret court without advising it that the supporting material came from Trump’s political opponent; “Spygate,” in which the governmental intelligence apparatus was used against the Trump campaign; and “Muellergate,” the ongoing fishing expedition against Trump by special counsel Robert Mueller.
From Trump’s victory “anti-Trump cells inside federal bureaucracies, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, the media, and a network of organizations attacked the legitimacy of the election by alleging that Donald Trump’s epic triumph was the twisted result of ‘collusion’ between the Trump campaign and Russia.”
Diana West (courtesy Diana West)

Communist Backgrounds

In the book, West reminds readers of the communist backgrounds of those spearheading the effort to undermine Trump, which have been downplayed or entirely ignored by the mainstream media.
West says British MI6 officer Steele was a “confirmed socialist” and supporter of the Soviet-led 1980s nuclear freeze movement, with “CND credentials” when he was president of the Cambridge Union debating society, the book notes. CND stands for Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, the Marxist-infiltrated group MI5 that deemed subversive for its efforts to unilaterally disarm the United Kingdom during the Cold War, remove U.S. cruise missiles from the UK, and break up the U.S.-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization alliance.
Former FBI Director James Comey cites Marxist and Socialist Party member Reinhold Niebuhr as “a formative influence,” she writes.
Strangely, Comey said he moved away from being “Communist,” yet he still considers Niebuhr his intellectual hero, she adds. Then-Sen. Barack Obama also said in 2007 that he admired Niebuhr. And in 1976, Obama era CIA Director John Brennan voted for Communist Party USA candidate Gus Hall for president.
These plotters “do not believe in the democratic process or the rule of law.
“Stripping away labels and traditions, what is readily apparent is a unifying drive to save not America, but the globalist system that was created in the aftermath of World War II, anchored in such institutions as the United Nations and the World Bank. Both of these globalist institutions, not at all incidentally, were shepherded into existence by two key Soviet agents covertly embedded inside the U.S. government: Alger Hiss and Harry Dexter White.”
Panelist Higgins told The Epoch Times that Trump has forced the radicals out into the open.
“Trump has forced the socialist oligarchy to tighten its grip to include a coup attempt. I mean, their hand has been revealed now and I mean they’ve shifted from a Menshevik subversive policy now to just short of shots being fired. I mean that’s where they’re at.”
Higgins expressed alarm at the inroads the far left has made into the conservative movement.
“Last week, there on Drudge Report … it said ‘Dems gamble, move left,’ and the irony of that headline just jumped off the pages … because at the very same moment Drudge posts that, Van Jones, an admitted communist, is not speaking at NYU, he’s speaking at CPAC where Diana West is not allowed to speak, and Tucker Carlson is not allowed to speak, and Ann Coulter is not allowed to speak.”
There is “a failure to see comprehensively the ideological side of the fight,” Higgins said. “And that left–right paradigm is completely concocted. This is American versus un-American at this point. And as long as you continue to fall into that party dialectic trap, you’re not going to be able to do your analysis correctly.”

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James Comey’s Intellectual History

More than three decades before the F.B.I. began investigating whether members of Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign had colluded with the Russian government, James Comey—the Bureau’s recently fired director—envisioned a Russian conquest of America. He was then a senior at the College of William & Mary, in Virginia, with a column in the school paper, the Flat Hat. His commentaries satirized everything from crooked politicians to classmates who fretted about life after graduation.
On December 4, 1981, he parodied Cold War appeasers. “One must pause and reflect upon nuclear holocaust,” he wrote. “I doubt many students have taken the time to consider the ramifications of nuclear conflict.” The school’s gym would surely close, he warned; intramural basketball would cease, and a campus film series would end. “The stakes are too high: It’s time we folded. We should unilaterally disarm.” President Ronald Reagan, Comey wrote, should send the Soviet leader, Leonid Brezhnev, a note “offering unconditional surrender.”
Liberals, he implied, would be pleased with a Soviet occupation: “The National Rifle Association would be flushed, crime would decrease, the Pentagon would be a shopping mall, Jerry Falwell would be sadistically tortured.”
Comey is now fifty-six. On Thursday, he is scheduled to testify before the Senate about Russian interference in the 2016 election. He will also likely be asked about the several personal interactions that he had with Donald Trump before May 9th, when Trump fired him. Trump’s view of Comey has oscillated wildly over the past year. In July, he disparaged the F.B.I.’s “phony investigation” of Hillary Clinton after it failed to lead to an indictment. In October, Trump praised Comey’s “guts” for reopening the case. This spring, the President became angry, in part, because in a series of awkward encounters Comey refused to pledge loyalty to him.
On February 14th, Trump cornered Comey after a terrorism-related briefing in the Oval Office. Trump’s national-security adviser, Michael Flynn, had resigned the previous day, and Trump urged Comey to drop the case against Flynn. “I hope you can see your way clear to letting Flynn go,” Trump said, according to remarks Comey prepared ahead of tomorrow’s hearing. Comey did not drop the case. Indeed, because Trump kept meeting with him and discussing the Russia investigation, Comey had become not just a representative for the Bureau but also a kind of witness. Following a meeting at Trump Tower in January, Comey said that he went outside and immediately recorded their conversation on a laptop in an F.B.I. vehicle, adding, “Creating written records immediately after one-on-one conversations with Mr. Trump was my practice from that point forward.”
Comey has told associates that he never tried to lure Trump into improprieties. “It wasn’t like Jim was going to the Mob boss, all wired up, trying to secretly extract a confession,” one associate told me. Yet, in Comey’s view, Trump’s behavior toward him repeatedly crossed the line, making him “an obstructor.” Based on Comey’s prepared remarks, his Senate testimony will lay the basis for this legal claim, without explicitly making the charge.
His testimony is likely to be supremely assured. A senior intelligence official said of Comey, “He likes the stage. He takes politicians’ questions apart. He loves the fact that he’s smarter than them.”
In October, 2003, Comey was asked, at his confirmation hearing to become the Deputy Attorney General, how he might handle a politically charged case implicating an Attorney General who refused to recuse himself. “I don’t care about politics,” he insisted. “I care about doing the right thing.” In a profile published that December in New York, Comey further smudged the lines of his political identity. He said that in his twenties he had been both a Communist and a Reaganite. “I’m not even sure how to characterize myself politically,” he went on. “Maybe at some point, I’ll have to figure it out.”

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Trump is Popping in the Polls

Watch most cable or network news shows and the message is clear —  President Donald Trump is unpopular, especially compared to the dozens of fresh faces attempting to challenge him for the White House in 2020. Some of the faces are not so fresh as three of the leading contenders — Biden, Sanders, and Warren are septuagenarians.
Despite the exonerating Mueller report, Trump is still on the ropes, about to be impeached, a Russian agent, and so on. Trump is also a Nazi, racist, homophobe, Islamophobe, and sexist pig. Nobody likes him. At least that’s what CNN says.

If this was truly the case, Trump should be polling in the low 30s at best, with most of the country giving him and his administration a thumbs down on performance and results. Yet reality is far different. In the media bubble, where journalists all live in the same neighborhoods, kids attend the same schools, all go to the same parties and belong to the same tennis and fitness clubs, there are no MAGA hats to be seen.

Outside the bubble, the picture is far different, even if the smart set at MSNBC and the New York Times choose not to see it. What do opinion polls say?

Rasmussen has the well-deserved reputation as the most accurate pollster, based on being the closest of all major polling organization in predicting the results of the 2016 presidential election.

In their daily presidential tracking poll, as of Friday April 5, President Trump had a 51 percent total approval number. Most of this calendar year, despite the constant drumbeat of Russian collusion, his approval number has been in the mid to high 40s, ranging from a low of 43 percent to a high of 52 percent since January 1.

For comparison, President Obama, exactly eight years ago on April 5, 2011, was at 47 percent approval, with numbers ranging from the mid to high 40s, occasionally hitting 50 percent, much the same as President Trump.

At first glance, one might say both presidents were equally popular at the same points of their respective presidencies. And both went on to be reelected for a second term. Fair enough — but there is more.

What shapes public opinion in significant part? The media. What has the media’s role been in influencing opinion during the Obama versus Trump presidencies?

Media coverage of President Trump has been almost exclusively negative. NewsBusters reported 90 percent negative coverage of Trump during 2018, matching similarly negative coverage in 2017. But without effect, as they note.

At the midpoint of Donald Trump’s first term, the establishment media’s obvious hostility shows no signs of relenting, but polls show this negative coverage has had no discernible impact on the public’s attitudes toward the President.

According to Pew Research, another polling firm, news stories about Trump were only 5 percent positive in 2017, compared to 42 percent positive for President Obama in 2009. And yet in public opinion polls such as Rasmussen, the two presidents poll similarly, with Trump having a slight edge.

It’s not just Trump. George W. Bush had 22 percent positive media coverage with Bill Clinton at 27 percent positive. It’s more than clear that Obama was the media’s favorite with Trump being their redheaded stepchild.

Imagine Trump’s approval ratings if he had media coverage similar to that of his predecessor? I realize that could not happen, as most of the mainstream media and the Democratic Party are one and the same. But if Trump had 42 percent positive coverage as did Obama, his approval number would likely be at 60 percent or higher.

Do the recent midterm elections provide any clues as to Trump’s prospects of reelection in 2020? The Washington Post surprisingly acknowledged, “If the midterms were a referendum, Trump won.” CNN had a similar take on the midterms, “President Donald Trump’s poll numbers are bad, but here’s why he could win in 2020.”

CNN did something most out of character, they cited a Fox News Poll. Normally they are quite critical of Fox, partially out of ratings envy and partially because they believe Fox, Trump, and Russia are the triumvirate of illegal collusion. But said poll from a month after the midterms found that only 39 percent of voters think Trump will be reelected.

That’s not at all surprising if you get your news from CNN, MSNBC, or any of the other major networks, or if you read the New York Times or Washington Post, and hear a constant drumbeat of Trump negativity, including predictions of his imminent indictment and impeachment for being a Russian agent and a traitor.

As some point, readers and listeners begin believing that Trump’s days are numbered. It’s the Stockholm syndrome for those of us held hostage by the mainstream media.

Even Trump himself admitted before the 2016 election, “That like many in the country and worldwide, he ‘sort of’ thought he was going to lose.” Why not? Trump is a news junkie and he heard the same claptrap from the media that the rest of us hear every day. Sure, he had his own internal polling, but when every news show on TV and every newspaper predicts Hillary Clinton winning in a landslide, even candidate Trump believed it to some degree.

In fleeting moments of honesty, some news organizations admit the obvious. From the Atlantic, “Why Trump is the favorite in 2020.” Or from another far-left news outlet the Daily Beast, “Trump should have a 70 percent chance of winning in 2020.”

His recent Rasmussen numbers are optimistic, but don’t expect Trump to be complacent, and neither should his supporters. His campaign organization now has a winning election under its belt and will be even more formidable in 2020 compared to 2016. The Democratic field of challengers are hacks who don’t hold a candle to Trump in terms of charisma and connection to the voters. Their ideas are as stale as month-old Russian borscht, resurrected from the grand ideas of the old Soviet Politburo, with some Democrat candidates as old as the last general secretaries of the Soviet Union.

Much can happen between now and November 2020, but if Trump pushes onward with his agenda, he will be tough to beat. The nail in the Democratic coffin is Trump building the wall, stopping illegal immigration, declassifying the FISA warrants, and punishing those who seditiously lied to Congress, the courts, and the American people.

This election is his to lose and despite the incessant whinging from Democrats and the media, his poll numbers and momentum favor a big win in 2020.

Brian C Joondeph, MD, MPS, a Denver based physician and writer. Follow him on Facebook,  LinkedIn and Twitter.

Watch most cable or network news shows and the message is clear —  President Donald Trump is unpopular, especially compared to the dozens of fresh faces attempting to challenge him for the White House in 2020. Some of the faces are not so fresh as three of the leading contenders — Biden, Sanders, and Warren are septuagenarians.
Despite the exonerating Mueller report, Trump is still on the ropes, about to be impeached, a Russian agent, and so on. Trump is also a Nazi, racist, homophobe, Islamophobe, and sexist pig. Nobody likes him. At least that’s what CNN says.
If this was truly the case, Trump should be polling in the low 30s at best, with most of the country giving him and his administration a thumbs down on performance and results. Yet reality is far different. In the media bubble, where journalists all live in the same neighborhoods, kids attend the same schools, all go to the same parties and belong to the same tennis and fitness clubs, there are no MAGA hats to be seen.
Outside the bubble, the picture is far different, even if the smart set at MSNBC and the New York Times choose not to see it. What do opinion polls say?
Rasmussen has the well-deserved reputation as the most accurate pollster, based on being the closest of all major polling organization in predicting the results of the 2016 presidential election.
In their daily presidential tracking poll, as of Friday April 5, President Trump had a 51 percent total approval number. Most of this calendar year, despite the constant drumbeat of Russian collusion, his approval number has been in the mid to high 40s, ranging from a low of 43 percent to a high of 52 percent since January 1.  For comparison, President Obama, exactly eight years ago on April 5, 2011, was at 47 percent approval, with numbers ranging from the mid to high 40s, occasionally hitting 50 percent, much the same as President Trump.
At first glance, one might say both presidents were equally popular at the same points of their respective presidencies. And both went on to be reelected for a second term. Fair enough — but there is more.
What shapes public opinion in significant part? The media. What has the media’s role been in influencing opinion during the Obama versus Trump presidencies?
Media coverage of President Trump has been almost exclusively negative. NewsBusters reported 90 percent negative coverage of Trump during 2018, matching similarly negative coverage in 2017. But without effect, as they note.  At the midpoint of Donald Trump’s first term, the establishment media’s obvious hostility shows no signs of relenting, but polls show this negative coverage has had no discernible impact on the public’s attitudes toward the President.
According to Pew Research, another polling firm, news stories about Trump were only 5 percent positive in 2017, compared to 42 percent positive for President Obama in 2009. And yet in public opinion polls such as Rasmussen, the two presidents poll similarly, with Trump having a slight edge.
It’s not just Trump. George W. Bush had 22 percent positive media coverage with Bill Clinton at 27 percent positive. It’s more than clear that Obama was the media’s favorite with Trump being their redheaded stepchild.
Imagine Trump’s approval ratings if he had media coverage similar to that of his predecessor? I realize that could not happen, as most of the mainstream media and the Democratic Party are one and the same. But if Trump had 42 percent positive coverage as did Obama, his approval number would likely be at 60 percent or higher.
Do the recent midterm elections provide any clues as to Trump’s prospects of reelection in 2020? The Washington Post surprisingly acknowledged, “If the midterms were a referendum, Trump won.” CNN had a similar take on the midterms, “President Donald Trump’s poll numbers are bad, but here’s why he could win in 2020.”
CNN did something most out of character, they cited a Fox News Poll. Normally they are quite critical of Fox, partially out of ratings envy and partially because they believe Fox, Trump, and Russia are the triumvirate of illegal collusion. But said poll from a month after the midterms found that only 39 percent of voters think Trump will be reelected.
That’s not at all surprising if you get your news from CNN, MSNBC, or any of the other major networks, or if you read the New York Times or Washington Post, and hear a constant drumbeat of Trump negativity, including predictions of his imminent indictment and impeachment for being a Russian agent and a traitor.
As some point, readers and listeners begin believing that Trump’s days are numbered. It’s the Stockholm syndrome for those of us held hostage by the mainstream media.
Even Trump himself admitted before the 2016 election, “That like many in the country and worldwide, he ‘sort of’ thought he was going to lose.” Why not? Trump is a news junkie and he heard the same claptrap from the media that the rest of us hear every day. Sure, he had his own internal polling, but when every news show on TV and every newspaper predicts Hillary Clinton winning in a landslide, even candidate Trump believed it to some degree.
In fleeting moments of honesty, some news organizations admit the obvious. From the Atlantic, “Why Trump is the favorite in 2020.” Or from another far-left news outlet the Daily Beast, “Trump should have a 70 percent chance of winning in 2020.”
His recent Rasmussen numbers are optimistic, but don’t expect Trump to be complacent, and neither should his supporters. His campaign organization now has a winning election under its belt and will be even more formidable in 2020 compared to 2016. The Democratic field of challengers are hacks who don’t hold a candle to Trump in terms of charisma and connection to the voters. Their ideas are as stale as month-old Russian borscht, resurrected from the grand ideas of the old Soviet Politburo, with some Democrat candidates as old as the last general secretaries of the Soviet Union.
Much can happen between now and November 2020, but if Trump pushes onward with his agenda, he will be tough to beat. The nail in the Democratic coffin is Trump building the wall, stopping illegal immigration, declassifying the FISA warrants, and punishing those who seditiously lied to Congress, the courts, and the American people.
This election is his to lose and despite the incessant whinging from Democrats and the media, his poll numbers and momentum favor a big win in 2020.

Brian C Joondeph, MD, MPS, a Denver based physician and writer. Follow him on Facebook,  LinkedIn and Twitter.

Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/04/trump_is_popping_in_the_polls.html#ixzz5kY4o2b8o
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Top 2020 Dems Talk Reparations At Nat’l Action Network Conference

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UPDATED 9:40 AM PT – Sat. April 6, 2019
Democrat 2020 candidates tout their progressive platforms during the National Action Network conference in New York.  Day three of the event kicked off Friday, and included top Democrats including Kirsten Gillibrand, Cory Booker, and Bernie Sanders.
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, addresses labor leaders at the California Labor Federal and State Building and Construction Trades Council Legislative Conference Dinner, Monday, April 1, 2019, in Sacramento, Calif. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
Many spoke out on their support for a bill sponsored by Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson, which would form a commission to look into whether black Americans could receive reparations for slavery.
“I firmly support Congresswoman Jackson Lee’s bill to create a commission to study reparations, said Gillibrand. “As president, I would advocate to Congress to pass that bill and I would sign that commission into law.”
This as 2020 candidates like Kamala Harris continue to push further Left, in an apparent effort to win votes from progressive members of the party.

BLACK VOTERS RETURNING TO THE RIGHT?

The rise of black voters standing behind the
republican party could be detrimental to the left!

Tom Fitton: SpyGate “The Worst Corruption Scandal in American History”


April 8, 2019- On “American Thought Leaders,” Jan Jekielek of The Epoch
Times interviewed Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the Clinton email
scandal and effort to target Donald Trump during and after the 2016 election.

Tom Fitton: Our Republic on the Brink with the Border Crisis and the Effort to Overthrow Trump


On April 4, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “Lou Dobbs Tonight”
on the Fox Business Network to discuss President Trump’s resolute commitment
to secure the U.S. southern border despite the massive economic and political
forces raiding against the White House.

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