Thu, February 14, 2019
(This article is days old, but extremely important. Comforting to know! TGS/ST)
In just six days this month, five political careers burned to the ground.
On 5 February, 2019 Elizabeth Warren was exposed as a liar and charlatan, having lied about her native American ancestry to advance herself, for decades.
Then between 6 & 11 February, the careers of Virginia politicians and swamp rats Ralph Northam, Justin Fairfax, Mark Herring and the corrupt Tommy Norment were all destroyed in a complex, extremely well planned and calibrated takedown.
Yes, they're all trying to keep going. But don't worry. There will be more hits coming, if required.
All of the above are done.
As you will see in this piece, these events aren't random. In fact, they are connected. And the path leads back to a specific date - 20 September, 2017.
Ending and Beginning : Resignation & Winter Offensive
On 20 September 2017, President Donald J. Trump’s Deputy Assistant and Director of Oval Office Operations resigned. The "resignation" was exactly eight months after the day of President Trump’s inauguration.
His name was Keith Schiller.
In Schiller's two powerful White House positions, he would have had a broad security clearance, as well as unique access to Trump’s schedule, communications and strategic thinking. He would have also been able to observe the Swamp in detail, identifying the enemies of the Republic at work.
The cover story was that Schiller was heading into retirement. FakeNews was ecstatic at the departure of one of Trump's key allies. They spun it as yet another sign of Trump’s collapsing administration. It was reported that Trump was heartbroken.
Keith Schiller faded away into the shadows. After a few weeks, Trump’s arrogant and distracted enemies had moved on and appear to have forgotten him.
As we will see, this was a major error, on their part.
A monumental error. You see, Schiller's resignation wasn't evidence of a Trump retreat.
Far from it. It was the beginning of a winter offensive, carried out by warriors hidden in shadows - Trump's Praetorian Guard.
Their first blow came on October 5, 2017.
It’s probable that Schiller left the White House on Friday, 30 September, 2017. What happened just five days later, on Wednesday, October 5?
Harvey Weinstein’s career imploded.
On October 5 & 6, the New York Times lit the fuse, breaking news of Weinstein’s years of lechery. On October 10, the bomb exploded. The New Yorker laid bare Weinstein’s years of sexual deviance.
And the Weinstein bombshell wasn’t just a devastating hit for Hollywood and the major stars that protected the deviant, or turned a blind eye. It also damaged the politicians who protected Weisteins - the Clintons, the Obamas and the Democratic Party.
Coincidence? I think not. And remember, this happened before the ‘MeToo’ movement had any pulse.
I will return to other hits meted out by Schiller's crew, below. But first, let's find out more about them.
Shadow Warriors: Trump's Praetorian Guard
Many forget that Schiller has been Trump’s feared Director of Security, since 2004. A law enforcement veteran himself, Schiller had assembled a private army of ultra loyal PIs, ex-cops, FBI agents, spooks, military veterans and detectives, well before Trump began his GOP primary run, in 2015.
Such a praetorian guard must have been extremely important for a billionaire such as Trump. The US and global construction sector is one of the most dangerous, toughest business environments in the world. In that sector, the ability to deter or defeat enemies - many who wouldn’t think twice about attacking you or your family - isn’t just a question of good strategy. It’s a question of survival.
Of course, this private army was used by Trump as he prepared to win the ultimate prize - the Presidency itself. When did Trump commit? Experts such as Thomas Wictor, Saul Montes-Bradley and Brian Cates - as well as many other analysts - have concluded that Trump probably planned his presidential run about thirty to forty years ago. Trump is on record as considering and rejecting it as a ‘mean’ life in 1980. In hindsight, his 2000 campaign is better understood as a preliminary ‘taste’, rather than a serious attempt.
It's difficult to pinpoint when he felt the timing was right to seriously commit to a White House run, but Trump’s anger and mounting concern about the direction and corruption of the Obama administration was clear.
In my view, Trump decided to activate his plan in 2012, when Obama was re-elected. However, it's probable that he started preparing many years beforehand. By virtue of his wealth and power, Trump himself had unique access to the highest levels of power, for decades. Using "The Donald", a caricature he invented to deceive his enemies, it’s likely he would have been able to also obtain damning information, that he could pass on to Schiller.
There’s also little doubt that by 2015, Trump’s praetorian would have been relaying back to Trump more and more alarming intelligence about the criminality of Obama, Clinton and their Swamp enablers.