There is no question that President Trump has his political opponents, on both sides of the isle, frustrated, emotional and prone to making outlandish mistakes.
This week the known leftist/globalist publication ‘The Atlantic” published a shockingly absurd article, featuring anonymous ‘sources,’ entitled ‘Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers.’ There are plenty of things you can attack President Trump on as the man is not perfect, but his respect for the troops and law enforcement is not one of them. If anything, those who say that he listens to, and trusts the Military-Industrial Complex TOO much, have more of a point. The hilariously transparent article claimed:
‘The president has repeatedly disparaged the intelligence of service members, and asked that wounded veterans be kept out of military parades, multiple sources tell The Atlantic.’
When President Donald Trump canceled a visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris in 2018, he blamed the rain for the last-minute decision, saying that “the helicopter couldn’t fly” and that the Secret Service wouldn’t drive him there. Neither claim was true. Trump rejected the idea of the visit because he feared his hair would become disheveled in the rain, and because he did not believe it important to honor American war dead, according to four people with firsthand knowledge of the discussion that day. In a conversation with senior staff members on the morning of the scheduled visit, Trump said, “Why should I go to that cemetery? It’s filled with losers.” In a separate conversation on the same trip, Trump referred to the more than 1,800 marines who lost their lives at Belleau Wood as “suckers” for getting killed.’ The piece then focused on John McCain and Trump’s attack on the former US Senator and infamous neocon. This was a huge tell that the story was likely Bravo Sierra. Never forget that it was John McCain who delivered the bogus ‘Steele Dossier’ to the FBI, which was then used as the foundation for the FISA court abuse and subsequent surveillance of Trump’s campaign. AZCentral explained at the time:
‘A judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida unsealed the records …
Kramer’s deposition lays out what happened.
McCain directed Kramer to travel to London to meet with Steele. During that one-day trip in his “personal capacity,” Steele met Kramer at the airport and identified himself via text message as the man wearing a blue coat, holding a Financial Timesnewspaper.
Steele drove Kramer to his home and Kramer read the dossier in his living room.
After a lunch a nearby pub, Steele told Kramer “that he thought having Senator McCain weigh in would be hopeful in terms of giving the FBI additional prod to take this seriously,” Kramer said.
Kramer added later that “… I think he (Steele) felt that … having Sen. McCain provide it to the FBI would give it a little more oomph than it had had up until that point.”‘ It did not take long for the truth to come out, just as it has with the origins of the appears to me to be the plot to fix the 2016 election.
John Roberts, Fox News’ White House Correspondent, tore apart the false narrative with eyewitness accounts and email transcripts, reporting:
‘Now this morning I spoke with two people who were in the meetings about whether to cancel that trip. One of them would not be described as a ‘supporter of the president’ at current, ah, the president never said that, according to both of these sources. He did not use the words ‘losers’ or ‘suckers.’
The recommendation to not go to Aisne-Marne was not the President’s, it was made by Zack Fuentes, who was an advisor to Chief of Staff, John Kelly. John Kelly concurred, saying that there were some security concerns because the helicopter could not fly, they would have to motorcade out there, which for security reasons, was not a good idea.’
This is what the actual email said, coming from the military aid to the President: ‘We are a BAD weather call for today’s lift. COS, Gen Kelly, will motorcade and replace POTUS or today’s ceremony. Please advise of any questions.’
Also, the allegation was also made that the President, did not want to go to Amarn, because it was raining and he was, um, afraid of what that would do to his hair. The next day Sandra, I was with the President at the Ceren Cemetery, where it was raining, and he stood out there, and his hair, for an hour, in the rain, and paid tribute to America’s fallen heroes.’
What is most troubling about this story it how out of touch the creators of this literal, ‘fake news,’ hit job on Trump must be to think this story would hold any water. If Trump is anything, he is supportive of the military and law enforcement. The idea that he does not respect them is, on its face, silly.
Well, it should not be much of a shock that the source of the nonsense, The Atlantic, just so happens to be owned by … an uber rich, ivory tower, far left, big tech heiress and a social justice operation.
CNet.com, a website which covers the tech world reported back at the end of July, 2o17, that:
‘Laurene Jobs is buying The Atlantic magazine
Steve Jobs’ widow and the Emerson Collective will purchase a majority share in the magazine, according to Atlantic Media owner David Bradley.’
Chairman and current owner of Atlantic Media David G. Bradley said Friday that he’ll be selling the majority of the magazine to Emerson Collective, the social justice organization led by Jobs.‘
Never in human history has there been a more dangerous duo that the Democratic leadership and their data collecting partners in Silicon Valley. These authoritarian technocrats pose the biggest existential threat that humanity has ever seen. I would argue that this alliance is more serious a threat to conservative’s physical well being than the CCP.