According to the latest poll conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, a slim majority of Americans favor an independent investigation into President Donald Trump and his alleged ties to the Russian government. Already, an unofficial Russia probe has resulted in the resignation of Michael Flynn as National Security Advisor.
Like clockwork, supporters of President Trump have rallied across social media, deflecting all calls for an independent Russia probe as the workings of fake news. With the liberal media setting the tone with their extremely biased reporting, it’s only natural that a backlash would occur. Indeed, the fake news trend largely started by then-candidate Donald Trump is the culmination of brewing conservative frustration.
Granted, Donald Trump — the man, the mogul, and the master of the universe — is often correct about fake news. But when it comes to matters that personally affect him or his interests (such as the Russia probe), are we to assume that he is above the corrupting temptation of near-absolute power?
The real issue is not President Trump and the Russia probe. Everyone that has an ounce of intellectual honesty recognizes that the election result benefitted Russia and President Vladimir Putin. And it stands to reason that Russian hackers — who are arguably the most sophisticated in the world — have a vested interest in meddling with our politics.
So the Russia probe is a waste of money. It would only confirm what we already know. However, it would do nothing to address the root cause of the black-white geopolitical paradigm.
For all the hankering of President Trump, not one major news outlet (whether mainstream or alternative) did a deep-dive into the Kushner family and its ownership of the 666 building on 5th Avenue. I find it deeply disturbing that so-called true conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones can claim that 9/11 was an “inside job” due to the trajectory of explosions from the twin towers, and yet will not speak of the conspiracy that is right in front of our faces.
It does not get more ominous or obvious than the Kushner family and the 666 building. With Jared Kushner being a close advisor and confidant to Donald Trump, it’s clear who’s running the show. This dynamic becomes further evident when you examine Putin’s unusually tight relationship with Berl Lazar. Ultimately, what we have are nations that do not control their own destiny, nor act in their own, sovereign interests.
In other words, don’t look for President Trump and the Russia probe to provide the real answers. For the truth, you have to look beyond the smoke-and-mirrors game.