Is Trump Toast? Has this Been an Example of Mass Manipulation?
Hey, even I like a little soap opera now and then. Can't be serious all the time, although this is looking kind of serious.
I noticed that Senator Gillibrand came out today saying Trump should resign. This is after Senator Merkley and Senator Booker called for his resignation over the weekend and before Senator Ron Wyden did the same this afternoon.
Now the accusers are banding together to retell their stories, demand a congressional investigation and the media has turned the heat up on Trump. As the CNN mouthpiece says regarding the evolution from Weinstein to present, "here it takes things squarely at President Trump".
Trump through his mouthpiece is still denying everything and even says he has eye witnesses that will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is not a sexist asshole to go along with being a racist asshole and classist asshole.
I recently posted an essay about Senator Bernie Sanders coming out and saying Trump should "consider" resigning. That was last week. Monday comes and the heat goes up.
In that essay I referred to Jon Rappaport's essay of early November suggesting what could be happening with this spate of accusations, resignations, firings, and the "Me Too" movement, i.e., that we could be seeing a giant psyop (psychological operation) designed to set the stage to take down Trump. I'll repost the excerpt I posted before and the link to his article.
Damned if it isn't playing out exactly like he called it.
"Weinstein, who is guilty of various sexual offenses, is used to start the ball rolling downhill. Other celebrities, equally guilty, are exposed by victims. The news stories take on the character of a growing fire storm.
The result? The press is seen as the hero, doing its job for once. No one can cast accusations of a cover-up. They even beat the Mossad!
Then, when the public firmly believes the press is shooting straight from the shoulder…
The Trump accusers surface on cue.
At least a dozen women emerge, with their attorneys. They give their testimony of sexual harassment and abuse.
They add fuel to what is already a roaring blaze.
The public, already in a state of outrage, automatically signs on to the latest revelations."