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Here’ Thar Be Monsters…
By de Andréa
‘THE BOTTOM LINE’
Posted February 9, 2018
Draining the filthy DeepState swamp of the Shadow government in Washington DC, as President Trump pledged to do, and around which many of us rallied during his campaign, may not enough my friend. Driving a truck filled with high explosives into the swamp (metaphorically, of course) would be a far more appropriate course of action under the circumstances. Imagine sitting in the bleachers on the banks of the Potomac, nursing your brews and snacks watching it blow and the Swamp Monsters float to the surface like so many stunned fish.
Writing this week for the New York Post, columnist Michael Goodwin outlined the ramifications of the release of a hotly contested, recently declassified House memo that covers aspects of the federal government illegally spying on former Trump campaign aide Carter Page. This makes the Watergate Hotel break-in look like children playing cops and robbers.
I have no desire to cast aspersions upon Goodwin or his journalistic credentials. His brand of outrage, although warranted, is in my view profoundly understated considering the plethora of commentaries I have logged over the last decade referencing the cesspool of the Beltway swamp, the Obama and Clinton crime families and their crimes, some of which I’d wager included hanging offenses – and I do not mean that figuratively.
Even G.W. Bush is part of this DeepState attempt at trying to bury Trump. Either that or he has been reading too many funny papers.
Thanks for listening my friend. Now go do the right thing, pray and fight for truth and freedom. If you would like to write me direct with a question or a comment you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- de Andréa
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