Private Investigator: ‘US Needs to Investigate Obama Efforts to Install Hillary Clinton in White House’

RT: The facts are clear in the public domain that the Democratic National Committee [DNC] may well have rigged the primary for Hillary, Charles Ortel, private investor and writer, told RT.

CIA chief Mike Pompeo claims that Russian meddling in the US presidential elections was just a part of a decades-long effort to “undermine American democracy”.

Pompeo made the comments in his first TV interview since taking up the post of CIA director in January.

Yet, Russia has been denying any kind of interference, while evidence for such meddling has been nonexistent.

RT:  We’ve become used to hearing accusations of Russia’s meddling in elections. But now we’re being told it’s been going on for decades, though no evidence will be released. What do you make of it?

Charles Ortel: I think that countries around the world, our own included, have strong preferences when it comes to elections – often times as to who would be the preferred outcome. There are laws on our books that are quite strict, but in theory don’t seem to be all that well enforced, concerning when foreign nations go over the line and try to, let’s say, buy an election. I don’t think Pompeo is suggesting that, but I think what he is suggesting is that the CIA may have evidence that some actors, perhaps allied to Russia, may have been exerting influence to tip the scales one way or the other in our election.

That may be true, and other nations maybe have done it too. But I think the facts are overwhelming that the upstart candidate Donald Trump fought off the establishment – 16 or 17 in the establishment Republican wing – to get the nomination. The facts are clear in the public domain that the Democratic National Committee [DNC] may well have rigged the primary for Hillary; did their level best to tip the scales of the election. A lot of actors tried to exercise influence in the election. I don’t know the specifics of what Russia may or may not have done, and what other nations may or may not have done. But I think the bigger issue – far bigger – is the degree to which the Obama administration seems likely to have tried to tip the hand heavily in favor of installing Hillary Clinton as a successor to Obama. That is something really needs to be investigated.

RT:  Even some of the Democrats say it’s high time talks about Russia stopped. Do you think we will see any changes in how the US deals with this issue?

CO: I hope so. I think what you’re seeing is that the American people are far more concerned about the degree to which jobs are not coming fast enough back to our country at good, high paying wages with benefits. That is what we really care about, and the impending blow up of this Obamacare system, which was a disaster from the beginning. That’s what Americans really care about. When we think about our foreign issues, people who think deeply about the issues should look back over the last eight years, the last 16 years, to think about why it makes sense to reflexively go after Russia at every turn, when in fact America’s interests and Russia’s are far more closely aligned in many conflict portions of the world. It would behoove the Trump administration and the Putin administration to try to ignore this sniping and stay focused on the core issues where we do share common interests.

Source: RT

5 Best Memories from the Great Meme War

5 Best Memories from the Great Meme War

We asked our tremendous Great Meme War veterans for their favorite memories from the war, and we received a massive response full of memories that we will cherish until the end. These are the top ten responses we received, ranked according to “likes” received on the God Emperor Trump Facebook page.

1. Pepe the Frog Declared a Hate Symbol

As the Great Meme War’s fighting reached fever pitch in September of 2016, the American Defamation League (ADL) decided it was time to declare war against Pepe the Frog, our beloved mascot and Prophet of Kek. The hapless ADL was immediately inundated with Pepes, and autistic fighters from around the world had a new arsenal of images to use against Hillary Clinton and her supporters. The media became fixated on poor Pepe. The Baby Boomers who still watch network news were treated to hours of coverage of Pepe the Frog, and CNN commissioned its own Ku Klux Klan Pepe.

As we noted in our interview with Dan Lyman of InfoWars and Citizen Analyst, all the ADL accomplished with their battle against Pepe was give us thousands of more images to use in the Great Meme War. Trump Memes had only been around for 14 months at this point, while Pepe had existed since 2005 (or 2,000 B.C.E. depending on your interpretation of Kek).

2. “Because you’d be in jail.”

One of the most memorable parts of the campaign for many came from the second debate between God Emperor Trump and the shapeshifting reptilian alien monster known to Earthlings as Hillary Rodham Clinton. As she spit out her carefully rehearsed line suggesting she was thankful President Trump was not in charge of the justice system, the God Emperor immediately shot back “because you’d be in jail,” five words that would nearly crash 4chan, Twitter, and fuel an entire month’s worth of memes. It also proved to many that no matter how much Hillary rehearsed her lines, Trump’s off the cuff nature would reign supreme.

3. Hillary’s Pepe Speech

During Hillary Clinton’s speech where she denounced the Alt-Right as a hateful group based on the headlines of Milo Yiannopoulos and the “radio host” Alex Jones, a brave Meme War Veteran shouted “PEPE!” at the top of his lungs, making the hilarious nature of Clinton’s speech obvious to everyone who watched. The Democratic Party had completely abandoned serious issues, and instead spent their time waging war against cartoon frogs and ill defined political movements. Side note: Hillary literally named people who have never claimed to be part of the Alt-Right, while leaving out folks like Richard Spencer, who coined the goddamn term.

The Clinton campaign went on to create an entire web page devoted to explaining how Pepe the Frog had become a symbol of white nationalism, and how posting a images of a green cartoon frog with a name that could be Hispanic, Italian, or French, somehow makes you literally Hitler.

4. Ritual Humiliation of the Overconfident Mainstream Media

The dishonest liberal mainstream media had convinced itself their phony polls were right and reality was wrong, and the mean, nasty, evil, racist, misogynist, sexist, jingoist, islamophobic, mexiphobic, germaphobic Donald Trump would be beaten by the sweet old reptilian shapeshifter they idolized. Long before election night, Newsweek was already shipping its “Madam President” issue to news stands and book stores. After the media was wholly BTFO by God Emperor Trump the Newsweek issue became a collectors item, netting as much as $10,000 on eBay and other auction websites.

Another beautiful example of the death of the mainstream media came at the hands of Alex Jones. We write, of course, about The Young Turks, led by infamous Armenian genocide denier Cenk Ugay. During the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Jones and his associates, including Roger Stone, stormed The Young Turks’ studio and made the hosts cry sweet liberal tears. They never recovered from the epic stumping at the hands of Jones and his companions, and cried even more a few short months later when their angelic reptile lost the election.

5. When Julian Assange & Wikileaks Trolled EVERYBODY

The Based Australian Shitposter earned his name on a long night in October when an alleged miscommunication (come on, Julian, we all know you just wanted to prove you’re #1 and you didn’t need the Deplorables) led thousands of shitposters from around the world to stay up until 4 a.m. to watch Assange reveal an October Surprise that would sink Hillary Clinton once and for all. Instead, Assange spoke via a hilariously awful Skype feed, asked people to buy his book, and disgustingly ugly women fawned over him. That night in October the Based Australian Shitposter proved to the world that while America and Britain have extraordinary bants, Australia will always reign supreme at shitposting and trolling.

Some say the Great Meme War was the meme war to end all meme wars, while others insist Meme War 2 has already begun. What do you think?