Undermining Trump with a Special Prosecutor
Monday, 27 February 2017

Upon leaving office in 2009, former President George W. Bush pledged to reserve criticism of his successor, despite the fact that Obama, a junior Senator from Chicago, had been openly and extremely critical of his presidency over the preceding couple of years.  In fact, when pressed on the issue in an interview with Sean Hannity in 2014, Bush said simply, ďI donít think itís good for the country to have a former president undermine a current president...I think itís bad for the presidency, for that matter.Ē

That said, apparently Bush isn't convinced that the same courtesy afforded to President Obama should be extended to the current administration.  In speaking with Matt Luaer of NBC, the former President took several subtle jabs at the current Trump administration on everything from Russia to immigration to his contentious relationship with the media.

On Russian involvement in the 2016 election, Bush seemed to lend credibility to the conspiracy theories of the disaffected left by saying that "we all need answers" while suggesting that a "special prosecutor" may be warranted.  Per The Hill:

"I think we all need answers...I'm not sure the right avenue to take. I am sure, though, that that question needs to be answered,Ē Bush said to NBC's "Today" host Matt Lauer. 

U.S. intelligence agencies believe Russian-backed hackers attempted to sway the election for Trump, while multiple news reports say that Trump campaign officials had "constant" contact with Russian intelligence during the election.

Bush said he trusted Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, to select a special prosecutor to investigate the possible ties between Russian officials and Trumpís team saying "if [Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Richard Burr] were to recommend a special prosecutor, then it'd have a lot more credibility with me."

Of course, no such calls for a special prosecutor were made by Obama or Bush when actual, tangible evidence surfaced that Hillary Clinton knowingly violated multiple federal laws.

Macedonia already has an experience with a "special prosecutor" which was installed by the Soros funding US Embassy. This was initiated by the Deep State within the US State Department which was behind Macedonia's coup. The special prosecutor was a huge step into undermining the Macedonian Government and its institutions as it placed itself above those institutions with the support of the US State Department.

It's quite incredible to see the steps that took place in Macedonia and the illegal installation of a special prosecutor here and the floating of the same 'ideas' now in the US. Best of all, it's done by the same forces who are apparently still not fired/replaced. So a message to Trump, if you allow this, judging by our own experience, you'd have a tough time finishing your term in office.

We are not surprised that similar calls (the same template) are now presented in the US and other countries for that matter where the globalists see people in charge not to their liking who by default must be replaced with their puppets.

 


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