Trump had a Bad Week. This week could be Worse.

So Trump had another rally. And it wasn’t exactly a success:

He’s losing it.
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Trump Finally Admits He Didn’t Win The Election

Every so often Trump speaks the truth. But he does so without meaning to:

The former POTUS has long argued that he won the November election, and alleged there was electoral fraud that made Joe Biden the victor.

Trump’s claims even sparked audits in some states to recount the votes, but, as it stands, no evidence of fraud has been found.

Prior to the audits, all observers echoed this sentiment and insisted Trump’s claims were baseless.

Just hours before Trump left the White House at the beginning of the year, he was still arguing he’d won the election. However, more than six months later, he appears to have finally conceded.

Speaking on Fox News yesterday, June 16, Trump said:

We didn’t win. We were supposed to win easily, 64 million votes. We got 75 million votes, and we didn’t win, but let’s see what happens on that.

Trump may have admitted he didn’t win, but arguably his ‘let’s see what happens’ comment suggests he has a glimmer of hope that the election results might still be overturned.

Trump Finally Admits He Didn't Win The Election

Major newspaper calls for Donald Trump to be criminally prosecuted

He should have been arrested by now. What’s the holdup. What’s the excuse.

A major newspaper’s editorial board called for the prosecution of former president Donald Trump.

The editorial board for the Boston Globe made the case this week for holding Trump criminally accountable for his obstruction of justice, efforts to overturn his election loss in Georgia and inciting an insurrection Jan. 6 aimed at stopping the certification of Joe Biden’s electoral win, arguing that prosecution was the only way to ensure future presidents conducted themselves honorably and lawfully.

“There is only one way left to restore deterrence and convey to future presidents that the rule of law applies to them,” the board argued. “The Justice Department must abandon two centuries of tradition by indicting and prosecuting Donald Trump for his conduct in office.”

The editors agreed the decision to prosecute a former president for crimes committed in office was a heavy responsibility, but they argued that it was necessary to preserve the rule of law — and other democracies had successfully charged former leaders.

Trump praises Putin on Fox News — after Alexei Navalny hospitalized in prison (Video)

Unrepentant. Still a traitor:

Former President Donald Trump on Monday praised his relationship with Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.

The statements came after Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was transferred to a prison hospital and the Pentagon warned about Russia’s troop build-up along the border with Ukraine.

Fox News personality Sean Hannity asked Trump what he would do differently if he were to run again in 2024 and win.

Trump did not lay out a vision for the future and instead complained about investigations into his ties with Russia.


Trump Is Helping Russia Spread Lies About COVID Vaccines

Trump is still working for Moscow:

In possibly the least surprising news of 2021 so far, the Kremlin has been actively spreading disinformation about two of the vaccines being distributed in the U.S. in a bid to sow division and undermine confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

That’s according to the State Department, which said Sunday that it has been tracking Kremlin-backed websites that are pushing false narratives around the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines in particular, baselessly claiming they are unsafe and cause serious side effects.

Russia’s efforts to spread anti-vaxxer disinformation in the U.S are being aided by the actions of former President Donald Trump, who has refused to endorse the vaccine to his tens of millions of supporters who are among those least likely to get the shot.

Trump’s Antifa Obsession Diverted Feds From Right-Wing Threats: Officials

This was by design:

President Trump’s obsession with the bogeyman threat of antifa led law enforcement agencies to direct resources away from right-wing threats and may have affected their ability to anticipate and prepare for the far-right attack on the Capitol, current and former officials told The New York Times. The DOJ pulled some prosecutors and FBI agents away from assignments focused on white supremacists and asked them to instead investigate anarchist groups like antifa over summer, the officials said. One official was concerned enough to go to the agency’s independent inspector general.

Officials said efforts to alert colleagues to white supremacist activity were tamped down and mentions of “domestic terrorism” were discouraged. Requests for funding to track white supremacist activity online were denied. Meanwhile, threats of violence at the Capitol were visible on social media in the days preceding the Jan. 6 attack, an event for which law enforcement agencies have admitted they were unprepared.


Ex-KGB Spy: Trump is a Real life Manchurian Candidate

It is no longer speculation that Trump is a Russian asset. This article (and a book, American Kompromat, by Craig Unger) put to rest any doubt that the former reality show host was recruited by the KGB to work for Russia:

A former spy for the KGB is making explosive claims about Russia’s efforts to “cultivate” former President Donald Trump as an intelligence asset.

In an interview with the Guardian, former KGB official Yuri Shvets claims that the then-Soviet government starting in the 1980s began to see Trump as a potential instrument for spreading anti-NATO propaganda.

In fact, Shvets says that Soviet agents even planted the idea of running for office in Trump’s head when he visited St. Petersburg and Moscow in 1987.


Is Trump Selling Pardons?

Sounds like what Clinton did before he left office. Donald obviously needs the money. And so does Giuliani:

An associate of Rudy Giuliani told a former CIA officer a presidential pardon was “going to cost $2m”, the New York Times reported on Sunday in the latest bombshell to break across the last, chaotic days of Donald Trump’s presidency.

The report detailed widespread and in some cases lucrative lobbying involving people seeking a pardon as Trump’s time in office winds down. The 45th president, impeached twice, will leave power on Wednesday with the inauguration of Joe Biden.

The former CIA officer John Kiriakou, who was jailed in 2012 for leaking the identity of an operative involved in torture, told the Times he laughed at the remark from the associate of Giuliani, the former New York mayor who as Trump’s personal attorney is reportedly a possible pardon recipient himself.

“Two million bucks – are you out of your mind?” Kiriakou reportedly said. “Even if I had two million bucks, I wouldn’t spend it to recover a $700,000 pension.”

An associate of Kiriakou reported the conversation to the FBI, the Times said.

Trump Must be Arrested on January 21st

Officer SickNick being murdered

The evidence is overwhelming that Donald Trump planned and orchestrated the attack on the Capitol on January 6th. Based on what happened that day and everything that led up to it, Trump has committed treason against the United States. And we must demand he be arrested the day ceases to be president. He no longer will have protection. He will be a private citizen, thus subject to immediate arrest.

A police officer was killed. He should be charged with murder:

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