Thursday, March 2, 2017

Sneaky Obama ready to spring coup d’état to force President Trump out of office!

Canada Free Press ^ | 03/02/17 | Judi McLeod 

Citizen Obama’s sealed records should be released by the Trump administration and some 63 million patriots should start making use of #BACKOFFBARRY

Barack Hussein Obama plans to pull off a had-to-be-put-down Honduran style coup d’état on an unsuspecting America.

At the urging of his wife, Michelle and ,until January 20, close confidante Valerie Jarrett, Barack Obama—unless cut off at the pass—aims to “force” President Donald Trump out of office or have him impeached, according to the Daily Mail.

Mayor of Mexican City Demands Stricter Sanctions against Deported Immigrants

Panam Post ^ | 1 March 2017 | Elena Tolado 

Ysmael Lopez García, Mayor of San Francisco del Rincón in Guanajuato, asked his local congress to reform the penal code in order to tighten penalties against immigrants who reach the state as a result of the United States government’s deportation of illegal immigrants.


The request was made during a Financial Liaison Board meeting organized by the state of Guanajuato’s congress, where the main topic was the complex economic situation that the area could face should US President Donald Trump‘s commercial and immigration policies come to fruition.

“Since not everyone who will arrive is a hardworking person, it is very important to emphasize that the current legal framework requires adaptation in criminal matters,” the meeting’s records read, “to achieve a better application of the law that will make the rules clearer and above all more punishable against crime in all areas and levels.”

Lopez García said his municipality is the first that comes into contact with immigrants who reach Guanajuato, which is why it is necessary to provide support for reincorporating them into society while also ensuring the city’s residents are taken care of.

“Being sensitive to the conditions in which our countrymen will return, it is important to join forces, to put together a common front in different government roles,” he said. “The powers of the state, and of course the community itself to reincorporate

The mayor also stressed: “We will work to ensure the safety of citizens and not to misguidedly provide guarantees for criminals.”

Valerie Jarrett Moves into Obama’s DC Home to Run Shadow Government

thegatewaypundit ^ | Jim Hoft 

Barack Obama’s close confidante Valerie Jarrett moved into his Washington DC mansion recently to help run shadow government and take down the Trump administration.

The Obama house in the posh Kalorama section of Washington DC is the nerve center of the shadow government.
(Excerpt) Read more at thegatewaypundit.com ...

Why the Democrats will Never Again be an Electoral Force!

IWB ^ | Mark Angelides 

Most democratic nations follow a system whereby two or more opposing parties vie for votes, receive a certain amount of representation based on their vote share, and spend their time trying to barter, cajole, or force through legislation that will either be better for their target demographic or ensure new votes in the next cycle.

But what happens when the system breaks down? What happens when the purpose of power becomes the holding of power and nothing more?

The Democrats have given up seeking votes; now they just want the power.
(Excerpt) Read more at investmentwatchblog.com ...

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Says That Donald Trump Could Be The Greatest President In History!

POLITICUS ^ | February 23, 2017 | R. M. 

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the son of the late-Robert Francis "Bobby" Kennedy probably made the most shocking statement during his interview for CNN. Well, liberals will definitely be shocked, that's a sure bet.

"Donald Trump could be the greatest president in history if he wanted to, he could easily be the next Teddy Roosevelt."

Is this a clear sign of admiration or what?
"Well, I think Donald Trump can be, you know, any kind of president he wants. He’s actually — he has this extraordinary opportunity because he's coming into office less burdened by obligation than probably any president in our history with the possible exception of Andrew Jackson," Kennedy continued.
"And you know, both of them, Jackson and Trump came in, they were — people were sickened, they were outraged when Jackson came in and they thought it was the end of the world and he became a — unless you were an American-Indian, he became a very good president in defending the country against corporate power and really democratizing America in many ways."
"Trump does not have obligations, he could really be an extraordinary president."
It’s just getting better.
"You know, I think he can do anything he wants because he is not — he is not bound by ideology. He is less bound by ideology than any president probably that we've had this century."
"He said to Leonardo DiCaprio the other day that he wanted to be the next Teddy Roosevelt, and he can easily do that."
"I think he can be any kind of president he wants. I think he could be the greatest president in history if he wanted to."
This is probably the most amazing statement so far, and it's pleasing to see that it comes from such an important person.

CONFIRMED: Obama Admin Sabotaged Trump’s Transition To The White House!

The Daily Caller ^ | March 1, 2017 | Chuck Ross 

President Trump’s claims that the Obama administration sought to undermine his presidency received some support on Wednesday from a New York Times report on the Obama White House’s activities in the weeks before the inauguration.
According to The Times, Obama White House officials waged a campaign to procure, save and disperse classified intelligence regarding Trump associates’ contacts with Russians.
The campaign also involved curtailing the Trump team’s access to highly classified information and of lowering classification ratings on other information about the ongoing Russia investigation so that it could be more widely shared across the government.
According to The Times’ sources, the Obama officials waged the campaign out of fear that the Trump administration would cover up or destroy some of the information.
The campaign was multifaceted but was not directed by Obama himself, the Times sources claimed.
The wide-ranging report also includes some information that is not positive for Trump, including that federal investigators were given intelligence from foreign services that some Trump associates met with Russians in the Netherlands and Britain.
That detail adds new information to a report from The Times last month that U.S. investigators had evidence that some Trump campaign advisers communicated with Russian government officials before the election.
That report noted that U.S. officials do not yet have evidence of any coordination between Trump advisers and the Russian government to influence the election. The White House strongly denied the claims made in that report, and asserted the FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe told Trump’s chief of staff, Reince Priebus, that the story was “bullshit.”
The Obama administration’s intelligence-sharing effort involved the White House, intelligence agencies and State Department, The Times reports.
According to the newspaper, some Obama White House officials asked specific questions in intelligence briefings because they knew the questions and answers would be documented and saved for future review.
Intelligence agencies ramped up efforts to convert raw intelligence gathered on Trump advisers into information that could be used by analysts. The intelligence was also classified at relatively low levels “to ensure as wide a readership as possible across the government,” according to The Times.
The State Department, then led by John Kerry, also took part in the intelligence-sharing campaign. The agency sent a batch of documents classified as “Secret” to Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin, the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, just before the election.
The Obama officials also moved to cap the number of incoming Trump officials who could view extremely sensitive information, “including the names of sources and the identities of foreigners who were regularly monitored.”
The scheme would seem to lend support to Trump’s claims that the Obama White House sought to undermine his presidency by leaking classified information.
“I think that President Obama is behind it because his people are certainly behind it. And some of the leaks possibly come from that group, which are really serious because they are very bad in terms of national security. But I also understand that is politics. In terms of him being behind things, that’s politics. And it will probably continue,” Trump told Fox & Friends in an interview this week.
Trump has alleged that Obama appointees still working in the government have leaked information about some of his phone calls with foreign leaders and about Michael Flynn, the former Trump national security adviser who resigned last month because of phone calls he had with Russia’s ambassador in December.
The Times report provides new details about the information being reviewed as part of the expansive investigation into Russia’s attempts to influence the election.
The newspaper’s sources said that in late summer, American intelligence officials began picking up discussions in which Russian officials mentioned contacts with Trump associates. European intelligence services also began providing information “about people close to Mr. Trump meeting with Russians in the Netherlands, Britain and other countries.”
The Times notes that the nature of the meetings was not clear to the intelligence officials. The intercepted communications also provided little useful information.
Notably, The Times did not report the names of the Trump advisers and Russians who were allegedly involved in the discussions. It is unclear whether the Times’ sources provided the names, and if so, why they withheld the information.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer dismissed the claims in a statement to The Times.
“The only new piece of information that has come to light is that political appointees in the Obama administration have sought to create a false narrative to make an excuse for their own defeat in the election. There continues to be no there, there,” he told the newspaper.

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