Ukrainian Jew Dressed as US Army Colonel Slanders His Commander-in-Chief
Ed.’s note: Ever wonder what it would be like living in a completely Jewish created “egregore” serving as their God? Readers are going to experience the activity of this Jewish “egregore” being created by these incredibly misanthropic people. And just for fun, we thought we would toss this bit of news in, and although probably not directly related, both Steven Mnuchin and Michael Milken are Jewish. Maybe they thought they were running a “financial egregore?” Is this a hit job on them? We’ll know soon enough.
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Alexander Vindman, a ‘top Ukraine expert’ and political opportunist, will whine about Trump before Congress because he has no conflict of intrest whatsoever
By Lee Rogers (The Daily Stormer) | October 30, 2019
The hoax impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump is almost entirely Jewish in nature. This is just a fact. It is being led by the subversive Jew Adam Schiff and further amplified by Jewish media outlets like CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times and others.
That’s why it was not shocking to see that this military man they found to testify against Trump in these stupid closed door hearings is a Jew. And not only is he a Jew, but he’s a Jew who is said to be a former refugee from the Ukraine.
The optics of this are so ridiculous that there are numerous people in the mainstream who are openly questioning the political loyalties of this Jew. And as expected, the Jewish media is kvetching about it.
After reports emerged that National Security Council member Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was set to testify to Congress about his discomfort with President Trump’s Ukraine policy and actions, conservative commentators began implying that Vindman, a Jewish former refugee from Ukraine, was disloyal to the United States.
“Here we have a U.S. national security official, who is advising Ukraine while working inside the White House, apparently against the president’s interests, and usually they spoke in English,” Fox News Channel host Laura Ingraham said on Monday, referring to Vindman’s interactions with Ukrainian officials who asked him for advice on how to handle Trump. “Isn’t that kind of an interesting angle on the story?”
“I find that astounding,” replied former George W. Bush administration official John Yoo. “And some people might call that espionage.”
Vindman was born in what was then the Soviet Union and came with his family to the United States in 1979, when he was four. “Fox and Friends” host Brian Kilmeade cited his immigration history to say claim that Vindman “tends to feel simpatico with the Ukraine.”
“We all have an affinity to our homeland where we came from,” former Republican Rep. Sean Duffy told CNN, adding, “He has an affinity, I think, for the Ukraine. He speaks Ukrainian. He came from the country and he wants to make sure they’re safe and free.” When asked by CNN host John Berman if he thought Vindman was looking out for America first, Duffy refused to say yes.
The fact that people like John Yoo, Brian Kilmeade and other establishment types are raising questions about the loyalty of this Jew to the United States really says it all. They might not be directly questioning his loyalty because he’s Jewish, but just them questioning his loyalty is resulting in an insane amount of whining from Jews.
The noise that these Jews are creating about this spectacle is only going to result in more people connecting the dots. Because it is now becoming increasingly difficult to ignore the fact that most if not all the key players involved in this impeachment coup chicanery are Jewish.
This is something that we absolutely have to make the average Trump supporter aware of. They’re obviously very unhappy with this impeachment circus and if we can show them that this is happening because of Jews, we should be able to convert a significant number of these people into proper anti-Semites.
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Source: Real Jew News
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Meet the Georgetown Elitist and Surveillance-State Urchin Whom the Media Call a ‘Whistle-blower’
By Ann Coulter | October 31, 2019
I have a confession. I behaved badly recently, and I’m just going to admit it.
As a guest at a dinner party in Georgetown, I stormed in and started bossing everyone around. First, I demanded that the foyer be painted a different color and wainscoting be added to the dining room. Then I had my hosts assemble their children so I could give them all different names. Before making my exit, I grabbed two legs of turkey off the entree platter and stuffed them in my purse.
I have a second confession. None of that happened. But if it had, I would be exactly like Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman.
He was born in Ukraine and raised there until age 3 1/2, when he was invited to our country. As you’ve no doubt heard, he served in our military. Thank you for your service, colonel!
Now he is the top Ukrainian adviser on the National Security Council. Of all the people who could look out for the U.S.’s interests vis-a-vis Ukraine, we got someone who was born there.
As such, Vindman was permitted to listen to a phone call the president of the United States made to the president of Ukraine — a completely unnecessary, pro forma task.
So, naturally, when he had a policy disagreement with President Trump pertaining to the country he was born in, he thought he had a responsibility to agitate for removal proceedings against the duly elected U.S. president, just as I might have taken issue with the carpets in the Georgetown townhouse.
For some reason, we keep hearing about Vindman’s valor and patriotism. I don’t doubt that he’s a super swell guy. But unless I missed it in the newspapers at the time, I don’t believe he was elected president in 2016. In fact, there’s a specific constitutional provision that prevents Vindman from ever being president: He wasn’t born here.
Study question: Why might the framers have added that clause?
It would be bad enough if Vindman’s policy disagreement with the president had to do with U.S. policy on Mexico or North Korea. But it was about the country where Vindman was born.
We’re always told that Democrats don’t have to prove wrongdoing by Trump — for example, under the emoluments clause, in his foreign policy negotiations or when he fired his FBI director. Rather, it’s claimed that Trump’s conduct creates the appearance of impropriety. Well, having a Ukrainian-born analyst but in to ensure U.S. foreign aid flows effortlessly to the country of his birth gives the appearance that he’s concerned about fairness to Ukraine. That’s not what this is supposed to be about. It’s supposed to be about what’s in the best interests of the United States.
Worse, Vindman was dealing with the U.S.’s Ukrainian policy versus Russia, which Ukrainians hate because Stalin murdered millions of them. It’s like having an Armenian advise on whether we should be hostile to Turkey.
This is not the usual dual loyalty claim insultingly attributed to Irish or Jewish Americans who were born in this country. Lots of us have admixtures of other nationalities.
But when you were actually born in another country and that’s the precise policy matter you’re sticking your nose into, people are going to wonder if it’s really our national interests you’re looking out for.
Proposed constitutional amendment #1: Immigrants are required to wait a minimum of two (2) generations before bossing around the most successful, prosperous, free country on Earth, and fully three (3) generations before advising on our government’s policy toward the countries of their forefathers.
We also need a constitutional amendment directed at 10th-generation Americans who fancy themselves foreign policy experts. Foreign policy is the idiot’s shortcut to imagined erudition, the last refuge of the insufferable.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham was on TV last week, bragging about how he’d been to Syria — Afghanistan? Iraq? Who cares! — 75 times.
Not one person who voted for Graham has the peace and contentment of Syrians on their list of top ten concerns. Like everyone else, South Carolinians care about their jobs, their safety, their neighborhoods, their country.
But Sen. Graham wouldn’t sound like a deep intellectual if he went on TV and started talking about water treatment plants, despite the fact that clean drinking water is of far greater interest to his constituents.
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