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Americas Second Nightmare

(The Civil War being the First)


Now that Roger Stone has been indicted, lets look back at how it all started.

And look ahead to possible conclusions to the Trump Nightmare.


Americas Albino Rabble, having been driven mad by the excellence of the Obama Presidency, reverted to the mindset of their confederate ancestors in 2016. That being mindless, hateful, resentful, spiteful Rage (How dare that Nigger be better than us). Once again they felt in danger of having to compete with Blacks; and as before, they felt no hope of being successful. Or as some modern Albinos put it: “Fear of a Black Planet”: taking that quote from Public Enemy’s 1990 song. (Wonder if Public Enemy really understood the profundity of their words: Albinos are only about 7% of the Human population. And most of the pigmented peoples formerly beaten-down by the Albinos are recovering, as indicated by this list of World’s largest economies. So yes, Albinos will have to once again compete with Blacks, but this time with Blacks understanding the great violence Albinos will do to avoid it.





Then in 2015, the Albino Rabble must have thought their dreams had come true: a crotch-grabbing , Racist, wanna-be Billionaire from New York City announced his candidacy for President of the United States of America. And thus began Americas second Nightmare, and like the first Nightmare, it was based on Albino fear and hatred of their Black creators.





Almost immediately the criminal Buffoon Trump triggered FBI investigations.


Code Name Crossfire Hurricane: The Secret Origins of the Trump Investigation.

Days after the F.B.I. closed its investigation into Hillary Clinton in 2016, agents began scrutinizing the presidential campaign of her Republican rival, Donald J. Trump. Credit Al Drago for The New York Times.

May 16, 2018 - Matt Apuzzo, Adam Goldman and Nicholas Fandos

WASHINGTON — Within hours of opening an investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia in the summer of 2016, the F.B.I. dispatched a pair of agents to London on a mission so secretive that all but a handful of officials were kept in the dark.

Their assignment, which has not been previously reported, was to meet the Australian ambassador, who had evidence that one of Donald J. Trump’s advisers knew in advance about Russian election meddling. After tense deliberations between Washington and Canberra, top Australian officials broke with diplomatic protocol and allowed the ambassador, Alexander Downer, to sit for an F.B.I. interview to describe his meeting with the campaign adviser, George Papadopoulos.

The agents summarized their highly unusual interview and sent word to Washington on Aug. 2, 2016, two days after the investigation was opened. Their report helped provide the foundation for a case that, a year ago Thursday, became the special counsel investigation. But at the time, a small group of F.B.I. officials knew it by its code name: Crossfire Hurricane.


F.B.I. Director James Comey Is Fired by Trump

By Michael D. Shear and Matt Apuzzo - May 9, 2017

WASHINGTON — President Trump on Tuesday fired the director of the F.B.I., James B. Comey, abruptly terminating the top official leading a criminal investigation into whether Mr. Trump’s advisers colluded with the Russian government to steer the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.

The stunning development in Mr. Trump’s presidency raised the specter of political interference by a sitting president into an existing investigation by the nation’s leading law enforcement agency. It immediately ignited Democratic calls for a special counsel to lead the Russia inquiry.

Mr. Trump explained the firing by citing Mr. Comey’s handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, even though the president was widely seen to have benefited politically from that inquiry and had once praised Mr. Comey for his “guts” in his pursuit of Mrs. Clinton during the campaign.

But in his letter to Mr. Comey, released to reporters by the White House, the president betrayed his focus on the continuing inquiry into Russia and his aides.


 By Andrew Prokopandrew, Jan 25, 2019.

All of Robert Mueller’s indictments and plea deals in the Russia investigation so far, That we know of.

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has indicted or gotten guilty pleas from 34 people and three companies

that we know of — the latest being longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone.

That group is composed of six former Trump advisers, 26 Russian nationals, three Russian companies, one California man, and one London-based lawyer. Seven of these people (including five of the six former Trump advisers) have pleaded guilty. If you also count investigations that Mueller originated but then referred elsewhere in the Justice Department, you can add a plea deal from one more person to the list. It’s a sprawling set of allegations, encompassing both election interference charges against overseas Russians, and various other crimes by American Trump advisers. However, Mueller hasn’t yet alleged any crimes directly connecting the two — that is, alleging that Trump advisers conspired with Russian officials to impact the election. He is continuing to investigate that. Other reported focuses of Mueller’s investigation — such as potential obstruction of justice by the Trump administration — have also not resulted in any indictments yet.

The full list of known indictments and plea deals in Mueller’s probe

1) George Papadopoulos, former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser, was arrested in July 2017 and pleaded guilty in October 2017 to making false statements to the FBI. He got a 14-day sentence.

2) Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chair, was indicted on a total of 25 different counts by Mueller’s team, related mainly to his past work for Ukrainian politicians and his finances. He had two trials scheduled, and the first ended in a conviction on eight counts of financial crimes. To avert the second trial, Manafort struck a plea deal with Mueller in September 2018 (though Mueller’s team said in November that he breached that agreement by lying to them).

3) Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign aide and Manafort’s longtime junior business partner, was indicted on similar charges to Manafort. But in February 2018 he agreed to a plea deal with Mueller’s team, pleading guilty to just one false statements charge and one conspiracy charge.

4) Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser, pleaded guilty in December 2017 to making false statements to the FBI.

5-20) 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies were indicted on conspiracy charges, with some also being accused of identity theft. The charges related to a Russian propaganda effort designed to interfere with the 2016 campaign. The companies involved are the Internet Research Agency, often described as a “Russian troll farm,” and two other companies that helped finance it. The Russian nationals indicted include 12 of the agency’s employees and its alleged financier, Yevgeny Prigozhin.

21) Richard Pinedo: This California man pleaded guilty to an identity theft charge in connection with the Russian indictments, and has agreed to cooperate with Mueller. He was sentenced to 6 months in prison and 6 months of home detention in October 2018.

22) Alex van der Zwaan: This London lawyer pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his contacts with Rick Gates and another unnamed person based in Ukraine. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and has completed his sentence.

23) Konstantin Kilimnik: This longtime business associate of Manafort and Gates, who’s currently based in Russia, was charged alongside Manafort with attempting to obstruct justice by tampering with witnesses in Manafort’s pending case last year.

24-35) 12 Russian GRU officers: These officers of Russia’s military intelligence service were charged with crimes related to the hacking and leaking of leading Democrats’ emails in 2016.

36) Michael Cohen: In August 2018, Trump’s former lawyer pleaded guilty to 8 counts — tax and bank charges, related to his finances and taxi business, and campaign finance violations — related to hush money payments to women who alleged affairs with Donald Trump, as part of a separate investigation in New York (that Mueller had handed off). But in November, he made a plea deal with Mueller too, for lying to Congress about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.

37) Roger Stone: In January 2019, Mueller indicted longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone on 7 counts. He accused Stone of lying to the House Intelligence Committee about his efforts to get in touch with WikiLeaks during the campaign, and tampering with a witness who could have debunked his story.

Finally, there is one other person Mueller initially investigated, but handed over to others in the Justice Department to charge: Sam Patten. This Republican operative and lobbyist pleaded guilty to not registering as a foreign agent with his work for Ukrainian political bigwigs, and agreed to cooperate with the government.


Suppose this was announced today…


Special counsel Robert Mueller announces that after these many years, his investigation of the Donald Trump presidential campaign is finally complete, and he will submit his written report to the U.S. Attorney General tomorrow at noon. Further, the Attorney General was forced to promise that the report will be given to the Congress, which has promised to make the report public.


This will almost certainly be the result tomorrow:


All Washington is in a state of shock and alarm:


White House domestic staffers noticed the family missing at 4:00 AM and immediately sounded the alarm. A subsequent search of the entire White House and grounds has revealed no clues as to what happened to the first family.





Secret Service agents were dispatched to Vice President Pence’s residence to report on the missing President, they found that the Vice President and his family were also missing!






Secret Service agents were dispatched to the residence of first daughter Ivana Trump, husband Jared Kushner and family, to report on the missing President, and Vice President. The agents found that Ivana and her family were also missing!






Secret Service agents were dispatched to the residence of first son Donald Trump jr. and family, to report on the missing President, and Vice President. The agents found that Donald Trump jr. and his family were also missing!






Secret Service agents were dispatched to the residence of second son Eric Trump and family, to report on the missing President, and Vice President. The agents found that Eric Trump and his family were also missing!






Thank goodness - They're HOME!

Secret Service agents were dispatched to the residence of second daughter Tiffany Trump and her mother Marla Maples, to report on the missing President, and Vice President. The agents found that Tiffany and her mother were just fine – oddly they didn’t inquire as to where the rest of the family might have gone.




INSIDE EDITION - News April 29, 2016

Trump Bodyguard Once Accused of Having Affair With Marla Maples Never Got Over The Scandal, Ex-Wife Says.

The ex-wife of Donald Trump’s former bodyguard has come forward to discuss the behind the scenes trouble the billionaire had during his marriage to Marla Maples. Mary Miller is the ex-wife of Spencer Wagner, a martial arts expert who was hired by Trump as a bodyguard. Miller told IE that Maples was “out of control” and Wanger “made no bones telling me that.” Miller says Wagner and Maples became close. “He said she would try to pull him into a bedroom in the house and she was aggressive,” she recalled. “She just loved to party a lot. She liked to go down to Miami and party when she was in town.”

Wagner's life was thrown into turmoil after he and Maples were found together late one night just ten minutes from Trump's palatial Mar-A-Lago resort in Palm, Beach, Florida. It was 4 a.m. and the beach was deserted when a police officer on duty found Maples underneath a lifeguard stand in the company of another man. A police incident report, dated April 16, 1996, identified the man as the bodyguard, Spencer Wagner. He told the cop who found him that he was alone on the beach. Then a woman emerged from the shadows and identified herself as Marla Maples. When the story broke it caused Maples great embarrassment. She claimed she was simply taking a bathroom break on the beach. Wagner also claimed there was no romance between he and Maples when the story emerged.

But four months later, Trump fired Wagner.

Miller told IE: “It probably bruised his ego big time that here's this big strong Donald Trump and this bodyguard that he hires, ends up looking like he's having sex with his wife!” After he was fired Wagner changed his story. He told a tabloid newspaper he and Maples had been making out on the beach. "Our passion boiled over and we made love," he was quoted as saying. The following year, Trump and Maples announced they were splitting up.



Friends of Congressman Devin Nunes report that he and his family are also MISSING!




Devin Gerald Nunes is an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for California's 22nd congressional district since 2003. A Republican, he was the chair of the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence until January 3, 2019, and was a member of President Trump's transition team. In March 2017, the U.S. House intelligence committee, which Nunes chaired at the time, launched an investigation into possible Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections. On April 6, 2017, he temporarily stepped aside from leading that investigation while the Office of Congressional Ethics investigated allegations, which Nunes denied, that he had improperly disclosed classified information to the public. In December 2017, the United States House Committee on Ethics closed its investigation without taking any action against Nunes.

In February 2018, the Nunes memo, a four-page memorandum written for Nunes by his staff, was released by Nunes to the public. The memo alleged a Federal Bureau of Investigation conspiracy against Donald Trump. In March 2018, the U.S. House intelligence committee finished its investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, concluding that there had not been collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The committee also concluded that Russia had not sought Trump's election. Nunes subsequently began an investigation of the FBI and the Justice Department for allegedly abusing their powers in an attempt to hurt Trump. Nunes's attacks on the FBI and the investigation by independent counsel Robert Mueller have created concerns among Democrats and some Republicans about Republican efforts to halt the investigation and to protect Trump from any allegations against him.


With no President or Vice President to be found, the "Order of succession to the Presidency" comes into effect.




Order of succession to the Presidency



Nancy Pelosi becomes President!












The name "Kazakh" comes from the ancient Turkic word qaz, "to wander", reflecting the Kazakhs' nomadic culture. The name "Cossack" is of the same origin. The Persian suffix -stan means "land" or "place of", so Kazakhstan can be literally translated as "land of the wanderers". Though traditionally referring only to ethnic Kazakhs, including those living in China, Russia, Turkey, Uzbekistan and other neighbouring countries, the term "Kazakh" is increasingly being used to refer to any inhabitant of Kazakhstan, including non-Kazakhs.





Petropavl or Petropavlovsk is a city on the Ishim River in northern Kazakhstan close to the border with Russia, about 261 km west of Omsk along the Trans-Siberian Railway. It is the capital of the North Kazakhstan Region. Petropavl was founded in 1752 as a Russian fort extending Russian settlement and influence into the nomadic Kazakh territories to the south. The fort got its name after two Christian saints, apostles Peter and Paul. It was granted the status of city in 1807. Petropavl was an important trading center for silk and carpets until the Russian Revolution of 1917.


Petropavl has a a railway station with connections to the Russian capital Moscow and

Kazakhstan's capital Astana. Petropavl Airport is located 11 km (7 mi) south of the city.



This is Petropavl Airport (aka Petropavlovsk South) in Kazakhstan



This could happen: This Air Force one (there are actually two: tail codes 28000 and 29000), was found abandoned in a lonely corner of Petropavl Airport (aka Petropavlovsk South) in Kazakhstan just south of the Russian border. There is no sign of the crew or passengers.





Ethnic Kazakhs report seeing strange looking White people trekking through the mountains, heading north toward Russia.





A year later - the former Melanija Knavs (Melania Trump), who was born in Novo Mesto, Slovenia:

appears in her hometown with her son Barron Trump.





The whereabouts of the others is an ongoing investigation.







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