The White House continues to show a lack of communication. This is likely due to the fact that they all lie, and fail to coordinate their lies before offering their “alternative facts” to the American people.
Trump’s son-in-law, and ‘Rasputin’ in training, Jared Kushner, is replacing Michael Flynn as the central figure in the investigation into Trump and his associate’s involvement with Russia and Vladimir Putin.
Increased focus on Kushner’s meeting with a Russian Banker before he was included in the White House Staff is now at the center of the investigation. Sergey Gorkov is the bank’s chief executive. He is a graduate of the Federal Security Service, the agency which replaced a similar department in the KGB. The bank itself does not function as a normal lending institution; it is a monetary tool for Vladimir Putin.
When asked about the purpose of the meeting, Kushner obviously lied and claimed that it was related to family business interests. Then the White House claimed that it was purely diplomatic, there was no involvement with business negotiations. No one is telling the truth.
When human beings lie constantly, they forget who they lied to and what they said. Eventually they are exposed, and this is what is happening with Trump and his circle of sinners.
Once again I make an educated claim that Trump is mentally ill. His many strange actions, combined with his weak temperament, huge ego, and the need to avenge those who criticize him are emblematic of a paranoid-schizophrenic. It is not surprising given Trump’s advancing age, and his failing struggle to maintain support for a deplorable presidency.
Kushner’s meetings with Sergey Kislyak, and Sergey Gorkov, both men considered spies by American security services, are creating additional questions which must have concrete answers. If Kushner testifies under oath, and takes the ‘fifth amendment,’ he will be admitting guilt; there is no question about that fact.
For those of you who watch “House of Cards,” there is a great similarity between fictional character ‘Frank Underwood,’ and Trump. The greatest comparison is that both men demand complete loyalty, but are not loyal to their subordinates in return. In addition, both men throw tantrums when they don’t get their way.
It’s funny how on occasion fact and fiction become one; but in this case one of them is actually our illegitimate president.
by James Turnage
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