Dear Friend of America's Survival,
My new column on the Biggest Russia-gate Scandal of All includes an interview I conducted with the heroic Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky. He understands the communists. It is one of the highlights of my career. He had a lot to say about President Trump.
The column is featured on our home page in the Special Reports section under the slide show. Please go there and read the whole thing. Download the report and tell your friends and neighbors to go to www.usasurvival.org and get our free newsletter.
Bukovsky's insights into Russia-gate and Western aid and trade to the communists help us understand what is going on in Washington, D.C.
The target of Russia-gate, President Trump, came up during our discussion, with Bukovsky echoing the president’s comments about the political “swamp.” He said, “I would say his great achievement was that he disturbed the swamp. We were living in the swamp when the elites were in some kind of consensus in everything and we were losing our freedom and no one would say anything at all.”
When Trump “disturbed the swamp,” he said, “it became a subject of discussion, something which for 20 years no one noticed – how far we were sliding down to the left side and all the political correctness. Being an amateur, he came out of nothing, out of nowhere, and started asking questions like a child who just emerged in the world. And that disturbed the whole thing. It forces people to think again and that’s good.”
“That’s the good side,” he said of Trump. “The bad side is that he’s very inconsistent and doesn’t have much experience and makes blunders. But that’s inevitable. He’s not a professional politician. So, he makes mistakes. The effect overall is positive because it disturbed the consensus.”
President Trump's comments to the president of Ukraine about investigating the Bidens has "disturbed the consensus." This may have been uncomfortable. But Trump was right to do this. In effect, Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani was operating as Trump's CIA. Why? Because Trump can't trust the CIA.
Now, the CIA is striking back through faux "whistleblowers." They do not want the CIA/FBI schemes against Trump exposed. So they are claiming that an elected president's conversations with the president of Ukraine are somehow inappropriate -- or even impeachable!
Trump had every right to root out foreign corruption involving a top Democrat who happens to be one of his possible opponents in the 2020 election.
Do we have an elected government? Or a government run by intelligence agencies (the CIA and FBI) populated by enemies of our elected government?
This is a major battle of our times. Another is whether Boris Johnson can engineer Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit), as voted by the people. But that is something that the people of Britain have to deal with. Fortunately, Johnson has the support of Nigel Farage of the Brexit Party.
For America's Survival,