It is Getting Hard To Tell The Difference Between The Democratic Party and “Saturday Night Live…”
From Europe By Karma Singh
Act I: Scene 1 (Russiagate):
The plot is hatched. An anonymous “administration official”, acting upon information received from a highly disreputable source paid by the Democratic Party, alleges That President Trump received widespread support from Russia to win the election and that his election is, therefore, null and void.
Scene 1 (The Ukraine Whistle-blower):
The plot is hatched. An anonymous “administration official”, acting upon hearsay information from undisclosed sources hires a team of lawyers dedicated to removing President Trump from office. This team of lawyers then write for him a whistle-blower complaint alleging that President Trump demanded that the new Ukrainian president launch an investigation into the employers of Hunter Biden (the son of the then Democrat front-runner for the 2020 presidential election) upon pain of US aid to Ukraine being suspended.
Scene 2 (both dramas):
The main stream press – owned largely by the major financial backers of the Democratic Party – takes up the allegation and presents it as an already proven fact whilst rejecting any attempt at investigative journalism to ascertain whether there is any substance to it.
Scene 3 (both dramas):
Using the paid-for publicity in the main stream press, Democrat politicians demand a formal investigation into the allegation with the declared intent of using them to remove President Trump from office by impeachment for “High Crimes and Misdemeanours”
Act II: Scene 1 (Russiagate):
Democrats in Congress force the appointment of an official investigator (a former FBI top man with known close association with organised crime) to find the evidence which would enable the impeachment of President Trump.