Common Sense 12 March 2017
I have never liked the choice of Mike Pence for the position of Vice President.
He was a supporter of Free Trade Agreements (eg NAFTA) and he supported Obamacare. When Trump’s locker-room talk surfaced in a recording, Pence did not stand by his running mate. As I note in the following video, the body language messages between Trump and Pence strongly suggests that they do not like each other.
If one follows the pattern of Vice-Presidential choices, and given Pence and his lack of loyalty displayed to President-Elect Trump during the dark days, we should all be concerned over our new champion’s safety.
In the Face of the Deep State, Trump Needs Loyalty From His VP
Do you really think that the globalists are going to respect the rule of law because Trump won the election? Do you think the globalists are ever going to go away and accept the will of the people? The globalists hate you, they hate the common person. Globalists, like Ted Turner, outwardly express the desire to wipe out 95% of humanity. And if you think I am the only having these concerns about Pence, in the Independent Media, you are not paying attention. Previously, Infowars has noted the incompatibility between Pence’s political background and the Trump platform.
Alex Jones has questions about Pence. Many of the criticsms of Pence sound like the following:
“…critics of the selection have blasted Pence as a globalist neocon who supports the Obama-backed Common Core scheme, sovereignty-destroying “free trade” regimes, unconstitutional wars, and other deeply unpopular policies, rather than the Constitution and liberty.
Other opponents have blasted Pence’s surrender to extreme homosexual activists and corporate bullies last year demanding government aid in trampling religious liberty in Indiana…”
Many of my colleagues have publicly noted the same (eg Dr. Ted Broer).
President Trump needs and deserves steadfast loyalty from his number two man. He does not have that loyalty. And when one considers the awesome threat posed by the Deep State, Trump deserves and desperately needs loyalty from his inner circle.
There Is No Trump Presidency Without Wikileaks
There are a number of factors that led to the election of Donald Trump. Among them would be the steadfast and aggressive support of the Independent Media and the data dump on Hillary Clinton by Wikileaks.
Without Wikileaks, there is no Trump Presidency. Subsequently, without Wikileaks, there is Mike Pence Vice-Presidency, but don’t tell that to Pence.
Pence Bites the Hand That Has Fed Him
Late last week, Mike Pence said the following in a Fox interview“
“Trafficking in national security information, as is alleged WikiLeaks has done here, is a very serious offense,”
“It represents a compromise of the security of the American people,” he said.
“This president and this administration will take that very seriously and use the full force of the law and resources of the United States to hold all of those to account that were involved…”
“If proven to be true and confirmed publicly, I can assure you that no resource will be spared in holding those [to] account that have leaked information that could well constitute a compromise of methods and a compromise of national security.”
And what exactly is Wikileaks exposing that has Pence so upset. Wikileaks is revealing that Russian hacking has been initiated by the CIA. Wikileaks is demonstrating that the CIA is leaking confidential Trump administration material to the press in an attempt to defame the President and cause him to lose credibility with the Americna people. Wikileaks has taken on the role of whistleblower in order to protect the people of this country from the ongoing abuses of the Deep State.
Incredibly Pence is threatening the organization that may be most responsible for putting Trump in the White House. Pence is opposed to to exposing establishment criminality through whistle blowing. And with question, Pence is disloyal to this president and I fear he is just another LBJ waiting for his Dealy Plaza moment. I have never like Pence and now I have something to hang my hat on.