Lyndon LaRouche again called upon the American people to shut down the coup underway against the duly elected President of the United States, which threatens democracy and the entire electoral process in the United States, and which, if not stopped, will lead to general warfare.
LaRouche’s call came after the testimony of former FBI Director James Comey before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on June 8, with had the mainstream media trumpeting that Donald Trump had committed impeachable offenses that would soon lead to his downfall, due to his attempt to obstruct an investigation into alleged Russian connections of his associates. But that was just the latest episode of the attempt to topple Trump and his policies.
The actual motivation of that drive was given by former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper during remarks on June 7 in Australia. He said that Trump’s openness to good relations with Russia was itself wholly against U.S. national security interests, in effect, equivalent to treason. Well before the presidential election, President Obama, together with the British, CIA head Brennan, Clapper and Comey, had steered the U.S. on a war course with Russia and China, which was meant to be fully activated with Hillary Clinton’s election. Trump was elected instead, triggering the unprecedented campaign against him which followed. And he has in fact established better relations with both Russia and China. That is the only issue here.
As for the charges, Comey stated several times during his testimony, that there was no investigation of President Trump for either obstruction of justice or collusion with the Russians.
The actual conspiracy worked in the following way. On Jan. 6, Comey held a meeting with Trump to brief him on salacious blackmail material fabricated by British intelligence and Clinton campaign operative Christopher Steele concerning his stay in Russia. This was a pure J. Edgar Hoover blackmail operation of the type in which the intelligence community promises not to release certain information if the relevant person complies with instructions (in this case, if Trump gave up cooperation with Russia). Trump refused.
Comey claims he wrote a memo on that meeting and on subsequent meetings with the President because he thought Trump would lie. That is hogwash, since he was already preparing the coup. Then, he admitted, he gave one memo to a friend so that the latter would leak the contents to the New York Times, to imply Trump was colluding with the Russians. As Comey admitted under testimony, that report in the New York daily was “in the main was not true.”
Now, the former FBI Director claims he longer has the memos he wrote, so cannot comply with the request from Senators to produce them! How credible is that?
During the testimony, he was also asked several times why, if he suspected Donald Trump of improper conduct, he had not reported that to the Attorney General, his superior. And when asked why he kept meeting with the President, ensuring him he was not under investigation, while refusing to tell the public the same thing, and returning to strategize with FBI agents about the next steps to take, he admitted that he did not do logical things, including telling the President to stop any improper conduct, because the FBI had decided that these conversations were of “investigative interest,” i.e, Comey, acting as an undercover informant, had not yet succeeded in completely setting up President Trump.
Note that on June 7, both the Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and NSA Director Mike Rogers stated repeatedly to Senators that Trump had put no pressure on them to obstruct justice.
A longer article on this subject (Stop the FBI Fraud! Stop the Coup against President Trump) can be read here.