The Washington Post has just published the most blatant piece of Trump assassination porn that we’ve ever seen. The Post’s Editor-at-Large, a guy named Robert Kagan, wrote an op-ed in which he joins the hysterical likes of MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough in huffing about how Trump will be worse than Hitler if he gets back in office and democracy will be permanently ended and blah blah blah.
These demonic calls for assassinating President Trump are always couched as questions… “What if?” But the real purpose is to try to stir up some lone gunman or some MK-ULTRA windup toy so that he or she will make a real assassination attempt.
Kagan’s new piece in the Washington Post is titled, “A Trump dictatorship is increasingly inevitable. We should stop pretending.”
As Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) noted on Twitter, the CIA is now greenlighting the assassination of President Trump.
For those who don’t know, all of the intelligence agencies in the federal government have favorite media outlets that they use to propagandize the American people and push their ideas on us. It’s like Operation Mockingbird on steroids these days. The intel agencies have reporters, anchors, and hosts on the payroll who are used to push the federal government’s foreign policy objectives on the people.
For example, when the FBI wants to illegally leak something to the public, where does the information always come out first? It’s in one of two places: Either the New York Times, or Yahoo News (the Russian potty dossier). The NSA uses NBC News. The National Intelligence Council uses CBS News. Having worked at ABC News for 12 years, I can personally attest to the fact that the Pentagon and the Department of Defense prefer to use that outlet to propagandize Americans.
And for the CIA, the outlet that they prefer to use is the Washington Post. We joke about the Washington Post being “Jeff Bezos’s blog” ever since he purchased the paper, but which tech company does the CIA rely on for all its cloud computing needs and AI technology? That would be Amazon, which is owned by Jeff Bezos.
Everybody who works in permanent Washington, DC knows that the CIA propagandizes the American people via the Washington Post. That’s why Matt Gaetz immediately called out this Robert Kagan assassination porn the way he did.
Kagan concludes in his piece that Donald Trump winning the Republican nomination is a foregone conclusion at this point. He also frets that Trump is now leading Joe Biden by every conceivable metric and in every poll to win the presidency back next year. Because of that, he’s suggesting through this CIA hit piece that Donald Trump should get the Julius Caesar treatment, for the good of the republic.
“If we thought there was a 50 percent chance of an asteroid crashing into North America a year from now, would we be content to hope that it wouldn’t? Or would we be taking every conceivable measure to try to stop it, including many things that might not work but that, given the magnitude of the crisis, must be tried anyway?”
Every conceivable measure? Gee, what could that mean?
“Will those who balked at resisting Trump when the risk was merely political oblivion suddenly discover their courage when the cost might be the ruin of oneself and one’s family?”
He makes this sound like Trump is going to lock up his family, when the reality is much more likely that Trump is going to fire Robert Kagan’s wife on day one of his new administration. Kagan is married to Acting Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland. You may recognize Nuland’s name from some of America’s most disastrous foreign policy failures of the past two decades.
Nuland was the CIA and the State Department’s author and instigator of such hits as the Iraq War, the Arab Spring, the biolabs in Ukraine and the Ukraine war with Russia, a failed coup attempt in Sudan last summer, and the loss of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency. She’s one of those people who has been “failing upward” in the Washington, DC apparatus for the past two decades. And her CIA shill of a husband is calling for Donald Trump to be assassinated.
“Every conceivable measure.”