Posted by: Dr Churchill | June 4, 2018

SpyGate (Chapter Twelve)

SpyGate 

This book details the evidence and the reasons behind the recently failed Coup D’Etat against the American Democracy.

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“This is the most important existential threat that our country has faced since the inception of this Republic” —Dr Churchill

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This Book was written by Dr Pano Churchill 

Copyright 2018

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Chapter Twelve

The attacks against our President are the very proof that the Coup D’Etat against our Country, our Democracy, and against our Republic are an “official” Deep State operation to weaken us.

President Trump is definitely a stoic.

Not a philosopher per se, but a Stoic person nonetheless less — at least judging by how much flak he has been able to put up with and to survive and even thrive in the midst of all those relentless attacks by the Deep State…

The constant drip by drip attack and subjection of the President in a Chinese torture is appalling. Imagine that being done to yo or your family. This thing can wear down a rock, let alone a human.

As the Bible verse, goes: “One generation passeth away, and another generation cometh: but the earth abideth forever…The sun also ariseth, and the sun goeth down, and hasteth to the place where he arose…”

The world is full of adversity for all of us, but none has been exposed to so much enmity and hate that the President whose life is not just a matter of “winning” for himself, but of surviving and winning for all the rest of us — the Americans. All of the Americans regardless of color of skin and party affiliation. He works for all of us and we best start remembering that and treating him lightly and kindly if we can find it in our hearts to pray for the captain & pilot of this ship of state.

We need to pray for him, because he does the best he can — of enduring the blitzkrieg of attacks he receives on our behalf.

And he goes on to work upright each and every day, rather than bending his frame to confront with the prevailing wind. Indeed the world could bend to our will because of the way he sometimes approaches the problems, and that may make him seem a bit arrogant — but that’s all for show…

Instead, I believe that he is a student of Stoicism, a philosophy of self-discipline and strength. Trump is a stoic, because stoicism promises to help you build an “inner citadel” a fortress of power and resilience that prepares you for the difficulties of the world. But many people misread this, and assume that Stoicism is a philosophy designed to make you superhuman — to help you eliminate pesky emotions and attachments, and become invincible. Not at all, this is wrong, because yes, Stoicism is partly about making it so you don’t break as easily — so you are not so fragile that the slightest change in fortune wrecks you. Yet at the same time, it’s not about filling you with so much courage and hubris that you think you are unbreakable. Only the proud and the stupid think that is even possible.

It is the Stoic who seeks to develop the skills — the true strength — required to deal with a cruel world and mange to reach victory in your own terms…

Since so much of what happens in our lives is out of our control — we lose people we love, we are financially ruined by someone we trusted, we put ourselves out there, put every bit of our effort into something, and are crushed when it fails, we are drafted to fight in wars, we have to bear huge taxes or familial burdens, we are passed over for the thing we wanted so badly, and this can knock us down and hurt us.

Yes, stoicism is there to help us recover when the world breaks apart, and when we are attacked, yet it is also crucial in the recovering, in the restoring, and in order to make you stronger at a much deeper level.

The true Stoic heals themselves by focusing on what they can control: Their response. The repairing. The restoring. The learning of the lessons. The preparing for the future. And for the eventual victory…

I know this because my Grandfather Winston Churchill was the absolute stoic.

Indeed people called him the “King Stoic” because he was able to endure, to persevere, to pray, to get bombed on, and then to still come out swinging. Indeed that is how he managed to weather the first two long years of the early Second War were he was fighting alone against the forces of Evil, and also to weather the rest of the years of the War that he had to fight alongside precarious allies, that he could not control.

Yet at the end he came out Victorious.

Methinks that Trump is made up of the same stern stuff…

And that is why he always comes out winning.

Simple really.

And that is how President Trump has been able to fight alone for the first two years of his Presidency (500 days) all alone with God at his side. And so, through the power of prayer and the power of the collective prayer of the American Christian patriots that help him along the way.

And pray we must, because our Leader, needs all the reserves of strength he can muster in order to fight the Deep State that is daily conspiring against him.

That Deep State is real and an ever present danger to unleash the Coup D’Etat that they have been working on for a long time.

And as the curtain is pulled back on the Obama administration’s unprecedented efforts to spy on the Trump campaign, there is a good possibility many of the perpetrators could face criminal charges, or at least should. But it’s important to understand that liberals didn’t just create this out of the blue in 2016, it’s the culmination of everything they’ve worked toward for decades.

The infrastructure they used to spy on the Trump campaign was something inherently governmental, simply planting a mole in the campaign couldn’t tap phones or access emails. But the ability to cover up that fact requires a level of media complicity that takes time to create.

Getting the desired message out is only part of the battle, it has to be believed by a significant percentage of the public for it to really matter. Conditioning the public to be receptive to that message, without questioning how it came about or why they should care required subtle indoctrination over a lifetime.

But liberals have conditioned people to accept what they’re told through a corrupt public education system that offers political spin as fact and focus the idea liberal thought as “tolerant.”

Through so-called experts, elevated by simply putting them on TV and giving them impressive sounding titles like “analyst” or “strategist,” the public can be led to believe just about anything. After all, to be an “expert” on TV means you have expertise, right? Not even close.

And lurking, always there, is Hollywood, churning out “message movies” and “documentaries” that would make Leni Riefenstahl blush over their blatant propaganda value. Take a look at the documentary offerings on Netflix and you’ll see stories about how climate change is going to kill us all, our food is poisoned, businesses and private property are evil, only surpassed by Republicans corruption and the granddaddy of them all – how Donald Trump is history’s greatest monster.

I used to be a doubter who would cringe, just a little, at any mention of “the deep state.” I admit it, it all seemed a little far-fetched to me that there was this cabal of careerists conspiring from within the government to harm President Donald Trump when I first heard it. I never doubted there were individuals doing it, but a wide net of conspirators seemed like something out of a bad movie more than anything that could actually happen in the United States. I was wrong, very wrong, the deep state is real. But there is much more than just this small group of powerful people working toward a common goal, there is an entire infrastructure created by the left not only to destroy Trump, but to indoctrinate unsuspecting Americans into their agenda.

The deep state is real, but it does not exist in a vacuum. It is not just government, but nearly every aspect of public life has been corrupted, in ways both obvious and subtle, to serve the liberal agenda.

None of this is by accident, and it didn’t start on November 8, 2016, it just sprang into action. Nearly every aspect of life, to one degree or another, has been or is ready to be weaponized against anyone who dares to stand up to the liberal agenda. And none have stood up to it in a more threatening way than Donald Trump.

But the clock is ticking, the fuse is burning down low. As this aspect of the deep state starts to crumble, it’s important to remember it’s just one small piece of a much larger puzzle. There are other, bigger and equally dangerous parts in need of exposure and destruction. Learn about them all before it’s too late so we can destroy the whole deep state and the machine that feeds it, once and for all.

And the fact that this narrative is controlled by the “Attention Traders” of our mass media and by the leftist outrage mobs of sheeple’s CNN infused minds, is criminal — as we see that they shape pubic policy.

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According to Stephen Miller, Donald J Trump is America’s ‘negotiator-in-chief,’ that the voters wanted ‘times 10’

In a break from past administrations, President Trump is using brass knuckles to personally cut deals on trade, military burden sharing, diplomacy, domestic energy production and regulations that aides describe as unprecedented and propelling an economic boom.

In several detailed to Secrets, Trump has confronted world leaders in Oval Office meetings to demand better treatment and pushed his Cabinet secretaries to weigh decisions in favor of taxpayers, according to officials.

“Everything that the American people hoped for when they cast that ballot for change for a new kind of leadership in Washington, everything that they hoped they would get, I am telling you that they not only received it, but they’ve gotten it times 10,” said senior aide Stephen Miller.

“Donald Trump is the lobbyist for every hard working American,” he said, eager to counter some bad press to describe Trump’s hands-on style.

“They can have 100 percent confidence that when their interests are on the line and the president is in the room whether he’s negotiation with Congress, whether he’s negotiating with foreign governments, whether he is negotiating with international organizations, whatever the engagement may be, that his first and last consideration is what’s good for America and the citizens of this country and he is unwavering in fighting for the things that the people of this country care about,” he added.

Aides described the behind-the-scenes Trump as in intense negotiator armed with details and who takes the lead in talks.

On trade, for example, they have said he is quick to challenge world leaders and demand better deals.

On military burden, he’s prompted some NATO nations to pay a bigger share and has questioned some allies on why U.S. taxpayers should be paying to station troops in their countries.

“When he goes into these meetings, he is America’s negotiator-in-chief. And he is looking at every single item in every single negotiation,” Miller said in an interview.

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Trump’s ‘America First’ view was first presented in 1987.
Aides said that Trump’s style, honed in Manhattan real estate negotiations, is part of a long-ago formed view that past administration’s were too quick to roll over in world talks. In fact, he presented that view in a full-page 1987 newspaper ad that said, “Let’s not let our great country be laughed at any more.”

Miller has a unique perspective as Trump’s go-to aide on a wide range of issues dating back to the 2016 campaign.

“The president has been office now for a little more than a year and America First, which the president campaigned on, is delivering even more than anybody could have possibly hoped for,” he said in an interview.

While the media often focus on Trump’s political problems and the Russia probe, the president in private meetings and public rallies highlights the economic impact of his actions so far, especially low unemployment, and a booming economy. He also thinks that the stock market is poised for a new surge.

Just a year into office, his White House produced a list of 81 accomplishments, and Trump has been heard to say that his achievements to date match any other president.

Since that list came out in December, he has made good on promises to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, ordered a cut in funds to Planned Parenthood, boosted military spending, eliminated regulations, ended former President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, worked with Democrats on prison reform, and won historic concessions from North Korea.

“Achievement after achievement after achievement,” said Miller. “We’re in a situation where we’ve had an unprecedentedly successful year-plus of the Trump presidency and again, heading into the midterms with incredible economic success, enormous optimism, and at the heart of it, you have a president who is putting America first,” he added.

Democrats scoff and believe they will be able to take back the House and maybe the Senate in the midterm elections. But the White House believes that they’ve overplayed their hand in criticizing the president and even talking up impeachment should they win in November.

“They are running on negativity and they are running on a platform of defeatism,” said Miller.

“Our poll numbers are better today than they were on Election Day. In today’s country with the nonstop negativity in the media and everything else the political success that we’re having in what you’re seeing in the numbers, the generic ballot and everything else, is all enormously positive,” he added.

Miller, who often led the cheers for candidate Trump in the 2016 election defeat of Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton said this: “When you step outside the Washington swamp and you talk to normal everyday Americans the level of excitement is just extraordinary…and the enthusiasm hasn’t dipped at all since the election and that is not what the norm is in politics at all.”

Trump celebrates his 500 days in office by stating on Tweeter: “We have accomplished a lot.”

President Trump on Monday celebrated his 500th day in the White House by saying he may have done more in that period of time than any of his predecessors.

“This is my 500th. Day in Office and we have accomplished a lot – many believe more than any President in his first 500 days. Massive Tax & Regulation Cuts, Military & Vets, Lower Crime & Illegal Immigration, Stronger Borders, Judgeships, Best Economy & Jobs EVER, and much more…” Trump tweeted early Monday.

Trump last year removed many of the Obama administration’s regulations, and signed a Republican tax cut bill into law.

As for the GOP detractors of the President, Devin Nunes reacts to Trey Gowdy casting doubt on ‘Spygate’ Devin Nunes reacted swiftly and addressed the misstatements of Trey Gowdy… by saying: “What Trey Gowdy’s specifically talking about is this small slice of the investigation that we’re looking at as it relates to whether or not an informant or informants were used.”

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes on Sunday reacted to comments made by fellow lawmaker, Rep. Trey Gowdy, which cast doubt on the allegations of an FBI “spy” placed in President Trump’s campaign.

“What Trey Gowdy’s specifically talking about is this small slice of the investigation that we’re looking at as it relates to whether or not an informant or informants were used,” said Nunes, a California Republican, on “Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo.”

He added: “You have to remember that Mr. Gowdy loves the FBI and the Department of Justice. If they’re targeting Russians or Chinese or what have you, that’s what we expect them to do. However, the challenge we have in this is that they actually targeted a political campaign that was Donald Trump. And that’s where I think that even though Mr. Gowdy believes that the president’s not a target of this investigation, his campaign is.”

Nunes and Gowdy were part of a select group of lawmakers that sat in on briefings with Justice Department and FBI officials amid allegations from Trump and some of his allies that a “spy” was placed in the Trump campaign by the Obama administration.

“I am even more convinced that the FBI did exactly what my fellow citizens would want them to do when they got the information they got, and that it has nothing to do with Donald Trump,” Gowdy said Tuesday in a Fox News interview.

Nunes said Sunday that he still has not seen all the documents from the Justice Department and FBI that he has requested, though it is unclear what specifically he still wants to see.

And as it all becomes mushy for the interests of the Deep State, here comes the Mueller’s “original sin” to bite them in the ass, when Trump lawyers reveal major swaths of previously unknown evidence in the Michael Flynn case where Mueller prosecuted the Four Star General unjustly.

A newly-leaked January 29 memo from President Trump’s first legal team to special counsel Robert Mueller suggests the president believed fired national security adviser Michael Flynn was no longer under investigation when he famously asked FBI Director James Comey — by Comey’s account — to let the Flynn case go. With a wealth of previously-unreleased information about the Flynn affair, the memo also supports the contention that the FBI did not believe Flynn lied to the agents who questioned him in the Trump-Russia probe.

The bureau interviewed Flynn on Jan. 24, 2017, about his transition conversations with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak. In March 2017, Comey told the House Intelligence Committee that the agents “saw nothing that indicated to them that [Flynn] knew he was lying to them.” Comey said the same thing to the Senate Judiciary Committee at around the same time; chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, wrote recently that Comey “led us to believe … that the Justice Department was unlikely to prosecute [Flynn] for false statements made in that interview.”

Now, with the Trump lawyers’ memo leaked to the New York Times, it seems clear that all the key players in the Flynn affair, including the president himself, were aware of the FBI’s assessment in real time. And the president’s knowledge — that the agents did not think Flynn lied, plus strong hints that the investigation was actually over — underlay Trump’s Feb. 14, 2017, statement to Comey that, “I hope you can see your way to letting this go, to letting Flynn go.” Trump’s lawyers argue that the president had no intention to obstruct an investigation he thought was finished.

The leaked memo portrays a White House in the administration’s early days, trying to figure out what the Justice Department was up to with its interest in General Michael Flynn’s conversations with the Russian Ambassador in Washington DC, Mr Kislyak.

Just four days into the new Trump administration, on Jan. 24, 2017, Comey and Sally Yates, the Obama holdover acting attorney general, and the Obama holdover acting as FBI Director respectively, sent FBI agents to the White House to question Flynn about his conversations with the Russian Ambassador. Two days later, on Jan. 26, Sally Yates went to the White House to discuss the matter with counsel Don McGahn. The Trump lawyers’ memo quotes from a never-released account written by McGahn (it was dated Feb. 15, 2017) in which McGahn recounted his encounters with Yates. According to McGahn, Yates told McGahn she was worried Flynn had not told the truth to his colleagues in the Trump administration, including Vice President Mike Pence, when he, Flynn, said he had not discussed sanctions with Kislyak.

“Yates expressed two principal concerns during the meeting,” McGahn wrote:

1) First that Flynn may have made false representations to others in the administration regarding the content of the calls.
2) Second that Flynn’s potentially false statements could make him susceptible to foreign influence or blackmail because the Russians would know he had lied.

Yates further indicated that on January 24, 2017, FBI agents had questioned Flynn about his contacts with Kislyak. Yates claimed that Flynn’s statements to the FBI were similar to those she understood he had made to the White House press secretary Sean Spicer, and to the vice president Mike Pense.

In a footnote, the Trump lawyers add that some on the Trump team, apparently prodded by press reports, had already discussed the issue among themselves and with Flynn before the president took office. They wanted to know, for example, if there were transcripts of the Flynn-Kislyak calls, but soon found that the Justice Department would not tell them even the most basic facts of the Flynn matter. “DOJ leadership would not advise the White House that transcripts of the calls existed, and of concerns about the content of those transcripts, until Jan. 26, 2017, and even then, when asked by the White House, the DOJ refused to confirm that an investigation was underway.”

When Sally Yates left the White House on Jan. 26th, the Trump officials were still in the dark about what the Justice Department was doing. Later that day, according to the lawyers’ memo, McGahn briefed the president, and then chief of staff Reince Priebus. All agreed they didn’t fully understand what was happening and would have to know more before deciding whether to punish Flynn for misleading Pence and others. Among other concerns, they worried that taking action against Flynn might interfere with a Justice Department investigation, even though they weren’t sure one was actually taking place.

“It was unclear from the meeting with Yates whether an action could be taken without jeopardizing an ongoing investigation,” McGahn wrote in his memo. “President Trump asked McGahn to further look into the issue as well as finding out more about the [Kislyak] calls.”

McGahn’s inclusion of the phrase “without jeopardizing an ongoing investigation” seems to indicate the White House was not trying to obstruct the Flynn probe.

McGahn asked Yates to return to the White House the next day, Jan. 27. According to his account, McGahn asked Yates whether firing Flynn would compromise any ongoing investigation. “Yates was unwilling to confirm or deny that there was an ongoing investigation but did indicate that the DOJ would not object to the White House taking action against Flynn,” McGahn wrote of the meeting.

The White House took that as a hint that there was no investigation of Flynn. McGahn got another hint when he discussed with Yates the fact that the Justice Department had wiretap recordings of the Flynn-Kislyak conversations. “Yates also indicated that the DOJ would not object to the White House disclosing how the DOJ obtained the information relayed to the White House regarding Flynn’s calls with Ambassador Kislyak,” McGahn wrote.

Based on that, the White House lawyers concluded: “It seems quite unlikely that if an ongoing DOJ investigation of Lt. Gen. Flynn was underway, the DOJ would approve its key investigation methods and sources being publicized.”

There was one last clue: The FBI had not revoked Flynn’s security clearance. Putting all that together, the White House concluded — guessed, really, given the Justice Department’s refusal to answer questions — that Flynn was not under investigation, or if he had been before, that it was over.

At the same time, Flynn himself was passing on to the White House what he said were assurances from the FBI that he would not face charges. “Lt. Gen. Flynn had told both White House counsel and chief of staff at least twice that the FBI agents had told him he would not be charged,” the White House lawyers wrote:

The first instance occurred during a discussion at the White House on February 8, 2017, between Mr. McGahn, Mr. Priebus, Mr. John Eisenberg and Lt. Gen. Flynn. “Priebus led the questioning” and “asked Flynn whether Flynn spoke about sanctions on his call with Ambassador Kislyak.” Lt. Gen. Flynn’s “recollection was inconclusive” and he responded that “he either was not sure whether he discussed sanctions, or did not remember doing so.” “Priebus specifically asked Flynn whether he was interviewed by the FBI. Flynn stated that FBI agents met with him to inform him that their investigation was over.” The second occurred on a telephone call on February 10, 2017, wherein Mr. McGahn, Mr. Priebus, and the Vice President confronted Lt. Gen. Flynn concerning his discussions with Ambassador Kislyak. As recorded in Mr. McGahn’s memo, “On the phone, Flynn is asked about the FBI investigation to which he says that the FBI told him they were closing it out.”

Of course, one might question Flynn’s word in all this, but what he told the White House at the time was consistent with what Comey told the House and Senate a month later.

On Feb. 13, Trump fired Flynn for lying to the vice president. The next day, Trump had his “letting this go” talk with Comey.

When Comey leaked his memo detailing the “letting this go” conversation — he hoped to set off a firestorm that would lead to the appointment of a special counsel — Trump denied having said it. But the White House lawyers argue that whatever the specific words exchanged, all the top officials at the White House, including the president, believed the FBI probe of Flynn was over and that no action would be taken against Flynn:

The White House counsel and chief of staff, as well as others surrounding the president, had every reason to believe at that time that the FBI was not investigating Lt. Gen. Flynn, especially in light of the fact that Lt. Gen. Flynn was allowed to keep his active security clearance. For all intents and purposes, and appearances, the FBI had accepted Flynn’s account; concluded that he was confused but truthful; decided not to investigate him further; and let him retain his clearance.

On Nov. 30, 2017, after Mueller had taken over the Trump-Russia investigation, Flynn pleaded guilty to one count of lying to the FBI.

In the memo, Trump’s lawyers argue that the president and his aides could not have intended to obstruct the Flynn investigation when its existence “had been neither confirmed nor denied to the White House counsel,” and “they had every reason (based on Lt. Gen. Flynn’s statements and his continued security clearance) to assume was not ongoing.”

“Further, by insisting on and accepting Lt. Gen. Flynn’s public resignation as national security adviser,” the White House lawyers continue, “the president expedited the pursuit of justice while the DOJ and the FBI were apparently taking no action.” And finally: “Far, far from obstructing justice, the only individual in the entire Flynn story that ensured swift justice was the president.”

The lawyers’ memo is based on thousands of documents the White House has turned over to Mueller. It covers much more than the Flynn case. But the Flynn matter is one of the key events Mueller is reportedly studying to determine whether the president obstructed justice. From this newly-public material, that appears to be a hard case to make.

Yours,

Dr Churchill

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And this is also an extension of the President’s thinking, because President Donald J Trump tweeted that Robert Mueller’s appointment was ‘unconstitutional’ as President Trump argued Monday that the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller to lead the Russia investigation was and is “unconstitutional.”

This is what President Trump tweeted on Monday: “The appointment of the Special Counsel is totally UNCONSTITUTIONAL! Despite that, we play the game because I, unlike the Democrats, have done nothing wrong!”

Because special prosecutor Mr Mueller was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, after Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the Russia investigation.

The Presidential Trump tweet came just moments after he tweeted that he had the “absolute right” to pardon himself, although he has done nothing wrong.

Perhaps this is the right kind of warning shot across the bow of the outrage mob that supports Mueller and his Witch Hunt and hopes to unseat, or at least incapacitate this President with their ceaseless criminal inquests and Holy Inquisitions…

And meanwhile the Man and the Woman who masterminded all of that scheming and corrupting sabotage of our Democracy — Mr Not-So-Scandal-Free Obama and Not-So-Crooked Hillary Clinton, are enjoying a game of chicken with the Mass Media and the Deep State of Globalists who still love them and pine for them… and allow them to come out with this kind of nonsense as you’ll see bellow, where Maureen Dowd writes about “How Obama thinks he was ‘too good’ for America.”

Former President Barack Obama believed he was “too good” for Americans who were “constantly disappointing him,” according to New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd.

Last week an excerpt was published from a forthcoming book written by Ben Rhodes, a longtime adviser to Obama, in which he recalled the 44th president reacting gloomily to Hillary Clinton’s loss in the 2016 election. “What if we were wrong,” Obama wondered after reading a column making the case that liberals embraced globalism while leaving many people feeling ignored.

“But in his next breath, the president made it clear that what he meant was: What if we were wrong in being so right? What if we were too good for these people?” Dowd wrote in a column Saturday. “’Maybe we pushed too far,’ the president continued. ‘Maybe people just want to fall back into their tribe.’”

“So really,” Dowd wrote,” Obama was “not acknowledging any flaws but simply wondering if we were even more benighted than he thought.” Instead, she argued Obama was “saying that, sadly, we were not enlightened enough for the momentous changes wrought by the smartest people in the world — or even evolved enough for the first African-American president.”

After quoting Obama telling his aides, “Sometimes I wonder whether I was 10 or 20 years too early,” Dowd surmised, “We just weren’t ready for his amazing awesomeness.”

But Dowd believes the fault lied with Obama himself. She explained that by the end of his second term, he had lost touch with the reason why he was appealing to disaffected Americans in the first place.

“The hunger for revolutionary change, the fear that some people were being left behind in America and that no one in Washington cared, was an animating force at the boisterous rallies for Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders,” she wrote. “Yet Obama, who had surfed a boisterous wave into the Oval, ignored the restiveness — here and around the world. He threw his weight behind the most status quo, elitist candidate.”

On Twitter, in sharing her opinion piece, Dowd quipped that Obama could use his new multi-year production deal with Netflix to explore when, in the future, the U.S. will be ready for him.


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