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The Empire Strikes Back

June 4, 2018

Former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan, and James Clapper, former director of National Intelligence, are on the road, engaged in the equivalent of episode five of Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back. Both Brennan and Clapper are on call to argue that the President of the United States, Donald Trump, is illegitimate.

In order to understand how the deep state deals with external threats to its power we can think of the destruction of Wisconsin Senator, Joseph McCarthy, Ross Perot, who ran for President of the United States against G. H. W. Bush in 1992, and now the campaign to Impeach President Trump.

When ordinary Americans think about an invasion of the United States we think of John Milius’ Red Dawn. Only Milius’ success (Dirty Harry; Apocalypse Now) protects Milius from the Leftists who dominate Hollywood.

Founder of PJMedia, Roger Simon, a former 60s radical, became a political conservative. He discusses why he experienced that “conversion” and how powerful the Left in Hollywood is in this C-SPAN interview. A recent discussion with Bruce Hershenson, Sam Sorbo and Joel Pollack also reveals how deeply embedded is the deep state in Hollywood.

Both Brennan and Clapper are impaired advocates for the deep state. Brennan admitted that when he  interviewed for employment with the CIA in 1976 he fussed up and told the Agency that he voted for Gus Hall, Communist Party candidate for President of the United States.  Clapper lied to Congress about how the deep state was archiving all telecommunications of American citizens.

 

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