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John Bolton’s Lies Damage Everyone, Especially The American People. He Doesn’t Care.

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John Bolton National Security Advisor

Most Americans don’t have time for the kind of drama that unfolds in Washington D.C. It’s like a twisted soap opera, where the characters range from the unscrupulous media, pesky hangers-on, some life-long parasites in the bureaucracy, and the powerful politicians.

The drama unfolding around John Bolton’s new book just months before the election reveals the establishment’s seething anger at the American people who voted for President Donald Trump and is far more important than people realize.

The former National Security Advisor’s soon-to-be-released memoir — The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir contains classified information. It was strategic, of course. Everything about the book, including its release date was planned. The fact that Bolton didn’t testify during the impeachment hearings was also calculated. If what he says is true about President Trump, why didn’t he testify? He didn’t testify because it’s all lies. Writing a book doesn’t require Bolton to be under oath and in the end he figured it would be his word against Trump.

I used to respect Bolton for his long years of service to our nation but now I see him for what he is a backstabbing liar intent on taking down a president he had given accolades to on the world stage.

That scenario happens frequently in Washington D.C.

There’s a saying. “if you want a friend in Washington D.C., get a dog.” Sad but somewhat true. Just look at the tweet with a video compilation of Bolton below by Dan Scavino.

https://twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1273459701116801024

Bolton, however, didn’t plan this battle against Trump alone. He joined forces with the Rhinos, long time political diplomats, politicians, and bureaucrats in both the Republican and Democratic Parties.

They golf together, go on vacation together, misuse your tax dollars without ever thinking about the grueling hours you put into your work to make a life for your family. They dine at the best restaurants and calculate how to take the disruptor down. They then laugh as they leak their lies to the Washington D.C. elite media that despises you for voting for him and then watch many lap it up without question.

This group of life-long politicos cares only about themselves and their legacy. They are playing for keeps and to retain power. They use the American people as pawns in their game. We are the chess pieces that they attempt to move.

Bolton is part of that.

And that’s why the book’s release comes just months before the election. It’s crucial for their continuing disinformation campaign against this administration and it’s lasted now for nearly four years.

Trump is surrounded by scoundrels. He knows it and keeps fighting back. It can’t be easy.

Department of Justice prosecutors are thinking about prosecuting Bolton. They should and will. But Bolton knew that it would come to this and he was prepared for the battle.

In the end, all he wants is to drive his political spear into Trump for firing him and aid the President’s enemies in defeating him come November.

Don’t be a pawn of these unscrupulous people.

All they want is to remain relevant. Their self-worth is based on their ability to stay in the limelight – meaning they want your attention, need your accolades and once in a while during an election year, they’ll remember you by talking about the hard-working middle class and what they need to do to help you out.

However, that doesn’t mean when they walk down to shake your hands at a rally or kiss your babies on the cheek that they’d want to actually be your friend or really care about your plight in life. No, they don’t.

For the most part, the majority of them are self-serving. I should know.

Of course, that’s not everyone in Washington D.C. I don’t want to paint broad strokes with one brush but it’s difficult for people working in the bubble to understand life outside it.

As for President Trump, since the moment I met him in 2016, I knew he was different. I was one of the few that believed he was going to win the election, even on election day when The New York Times said Hillary Clinton would win with 85 percent of the vote.

I spoke to the people coming to see him at the rallies during the 2016 election. Thousands of people would line up and the overflows were huge. In fact, it’s no different today. I particularly remember Wisconsin, Florida, and Pennsylvania and al the wonderful people who showed up to be a part of the democratic process.

I spoke with supporters that were Republicans, Democrats, and Independents. All of them felt the same about President Trump. They believed he cared about them, they believed he listened to them and they believed that his word meant something.

The American people were right and that’s why Trump won the election.

Now he is battling for America that he promised the electorate. But his enemies, which now include Bolton, are fighting him with everything in their political arsenal.

Of course, no one is perfect. But Trump cares about the American people. I have personally seen it, spoken with those who’ve worked for him and he’s demonstrated it through his policy and actions.

The elitist just can’t handle what Trump is doing and how he has exposed the decades of lies. He fulfills his campaign promises, while the more groomed politicians and bureaucrats make never-ending unobtainable promises, creating false complicated roadmaps that they say can never be achieved.

This Army of never-Trump activists has spewed lies and divided our nation. They don’t care about you or your families. However, they do want to send you a message: outsiders, especially disrupters are not welcome.

Bolton is one of those Washington D.C. parasites. He thought he could play Trump like a fiddle but in the end, he will lose. The American people are too smart to be fooled.

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WSJ: Corporate Dirty Pool in Washington’s Senate Race

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The Wall Street Journal’s,  Kimberly A. Strassel wrote a piece identifying how the Democrats are so worried about Washington Senator Patty Murray’s re-election “that Seattle’s corporate heavyweights are playing dirty pool on her behalf.”

Murray, a leftwing progressive, has faced little competition while in office; until now. Tiffany Smiley, a Republican nurse and entrepreneur “is pummeling Ms. Murray from every direction and laying out her own detailed reform agenda” adds the WSJ.

A RealClearPolitics average has Ms. Murray winning by 8 points. Another poll has Smiley within 2 points. Regardless, It’s close enough that “Majority Leader Chuck Schumer recently transferred $500,000 of his own campaign cash to Ms. Murray’s campaign.”

Money from Schumer isn’t the only liberal panic dough. “Starbucks, the Seattle Times and the Seattle Seahawks—are actively attempting to sabotage the Smiley campaign, albeit in a distinctly underhanded fashion” writes the WSJ. “Their targets are two effective Smiley campaign ads.”

At the center of the fight are two of Smiley’s ads: “Game Day” and “Cup of Coffee.”

Strassel reports:

In “Game Day” the Republican is in a kitchen preparing to watch a football game, hitting Ms. Murray and Democrats for the spiraling cost of food. In “Cup of Coffee,” she stands in front of a derelict building. Barely visible at the top, and seen backward, is the store’s faded Starbucks sign. Ms. Smiley hits Ms. Murray for rising crime, while the ad flashes two Seattle Times headlines, one of which reads: “Starbucks to Close 5 Seattle Stores Over Safety Concerns.”

“Game Day” hit the airwaves Sept 1. Five days later, according to documents I obtained, the Smiley campaign received a terse email from the Seahawks claiming a trademark violation. The ad briefly shows Ms. Smiley’s husband, Scotty—a retired U.S. Army Ranger who was blinded by shrapnel in Iraq—expressing alarm that “even beer” prices are rising. You only see his shoulders above a tall couch—and if you get a magnifying glass you might make out a letter or two from the word “Seahawks.” The letter insisted the Smiley campaign “immediately cease” its “unauthorized commercial use.” Nothing like your local sports franchise dumping cease-and-desist orders on wounded veterans.

“Cup of Coffee” went live on Sept. 20. The next day, the Seattle Times sent an email to the “Jane Smiley” campaign—apparently without running it past its fact-checking desk—accusing it of “unauthorized use of The Seattle Times logo and two headlines” in violation of the paper’s “copyright and trademark.” It demanded the campaign remove any references to the paper not only in its own ad, but in an NBC News article about the ad’s launch.

Two days later, Starbucks sent a certified letter saying the campaign was appropriating its intellectual property, and complaining it might “create an unfounded association in the minds of consumers between Starbucks and your campaign.” It insisted the campaign either pull the ad or alter it to strip both the (barely visible, backward) sign and the Seattle Times headline referencing Starbucks.

One such letter may be the product of an overzealous lawyer, but three in a row looks like more than a coincidence. One might even wonder if some Murray staffer was putting bugs in Seattle business leaders’ ears. And while corporate political-action committees routinely play politics by making donations, it’s something else for individual companies to go to bat for a candidate via behind-the-scenes threats based on tenuous legal claims. These letters were bound to cost the Smiley campaign money and headaches and might have pushed it off the airwaves.

The campaign didn’t roll over. It made a painless accommodation to the “Game Day” ad, blurring the jersey colors to obscure anything distinct. In a legal letter sent Thursday to Starbucks, the campaign rebutted the company’s infringement claims, running through political speech protections and noting that no reasonable person would ever think a factual ad about shuttered Starbucks stores amounted to a coffee-chain endorsement. It suggested Starbucks focus on its own problems, like its recent union woes.

The Seattle Times also received a letter refuting its claims, but it got something in addition. The Smiley campaign on Thursday filed a Federal Election Commission complaint, charging the paper with providing the Murray campaign a prohibited in-kind contribution. It turns out that Ms. Murray has also used a Seattle Times headline in her ads. Her “First 2016 Ad” sports the newspaper’s logo under the headline: “Patty Murray’s and Paul Ryan’s Teamwork Is a Model for Congress.” It seems the Times has a different legal standard for candidates it endorses.

As the FEC complaint notes, the Smiley campaign would have to spend an estimated $5,000 to remove and update the ad—“costs that Patty Murray does not have to accrue.” It cites FEC regulations that provide “if a corporation makes its resources available for free, it must do so for all candidates.”

Don’t expect the Seattle corporate set to do anything on behalf of Ms. Smiley soon. But it shouldn’t be too much to ask that they do their politicking straight—and out in the open.

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