Women Covering Her Ears Surrounded By The Words Russia, Russia, Russia

Special Counsel John Durham released his long-awaited report into allegations that Russia meddled in the 2016 election that resulted in Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton and found the FBI never had sufficient evidence to investigate the claims. 

Durham’s announcement was embraced by Trump as outright vindication. 

“WOW! After extensive research, Special Counsel John Durham concludes the FBI never should have launched the Trump-Russia Probe!” Trump wrote. “In other words, the American Public was scammed, just as it is being scammed right now by those who don’t want to see GREATNESS for AMERICA!” 

Sen. Lindsey Graham, the Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member, issued a statement that read, “What have we learned from the Durham Report? That the New York Times and Washington Post were given a Pulitzer Prize for writing a bunch of politically motivated crap. When it comes to reporting on Donald Trump, the mainstream media is dead.” 

Durham was appointed four years ago by then-Attorney General William Barr to look into claims by Republicans that the investigation was politically motivated to sabotage Trump. 

Durham did not find any new evidence to support that claim, but said in his 300-page report that the FBI failed to observe “strict fidelity to the law” and did not have sufficient information to open their “Crossfire Hurricane.” 

Democrats said Durham failed to deliver. (See “LATEST DURHAM FILING STIRS ANTI-RUSSIA SENTIMENT IN U.S.,” 22 Feb 2022.) 

Rep. Jerry Nadler, the House Judiciary Committee ranking member, said the report amounted to “a political rehashing of what the Justice Department Inspector General already made public in 2019.” 

“Nothing in this report changes the outcome of the Mueller investigation, which resulted in multiple convictions, found more than one hundred contacts between the 2016 Trump campaign and the Russian government, and substantial reason to believe that Donald Trump had committed obstruction of justice,” Nadler said. 

TREND FORECAST: On 24 September 2019, when it was announced House Speaker Nancy Pelosi initiated the impeachment process against President Donald Trump, Gerald Celente was asked by Daniela Cambone, Editor-in-Chief of Kitco News, how it would unfold. 

Celente said impeachment “could possibly happen, but it won’t mean anything because if they impeach Trump then it has to go to the Senate for conviction. It needs a two-thirds Senate vote, and the Senate is controlled by the Republicans, so it’s not going to happen. It’s going to be more of a waste of time, and it’s more of ‘Russiagate’.” 

And that’s precisely what happened. 

Throughout the tax-payer costly, time-wasted impeachment process, the Democrats kept pumping the propaganda that the Russians were responsible for Hillary Clinton losing the race to the White House because of Donald Trump’s ties to Russian President Putin… and because Russia hacked into the Democratic National Committee computers. 

Celente called it propaganda because not one shred of evidence was provided to support the Democrat’s accusations. 

Most Americans buy the “hate Russia” propaganda, just as Washington has been brainwashing the public to hate the Iranians. 

Crime Syndicate

The Republicans and Democrats are two gangs: murderers and thieves. They start wars that cost trillions to kill millions based on lies (Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction)… and steal the people’s money in the name of “too big to fail” bailouts, tax-breaks, and dirty deals with individuals, corporations, and industries that pay politicians to pass laws and do deals that will enrich them. 

Imbeciles and morons call it “campaign contributions.” 

Adults call it “bribes” and “payoffs.” 

The battle lines have been drawn. Rob, steal, cheat, lie, launch murderous wars… the political parties will do whatever they can to gain power. 

The definition of politician: “a person who acts in a manipulative and devious way, typically to gain advancement within an organization.”  

TREND FORECAST: As Gerald Celente has warned from the very beginning of the impeachment process SideShow, “If you tune in and read, watch, and listen to the impeachment charade, you are wasting precious time, since the outcome is etched in stone: the Republican-controlled Senate will not convict Trump.” 

Therefore, we minimized the impeachment “news” in The Trends Journal and instead provided subscribers with important current events forming further trends that affect their lives and futures.  

TRENDPOST: Beyond Russiagate, we note this article to illustrate the anti-Russia campaign that has been going on since the end of World War II. And, how Russia, America’s ally back then who were primary in defeating Nazi Germany… became Cold War enemies while its WWII deadly enemies, Japan and Germany, are now close allies. 

TRENDPOST: What has conveniently been left out of reports in the mainstream media is how the years-long claim of Russian collusion helped stoke hatred towards Russians for the past four years in the U.S. (See “LATEST DURHAM FILING STIRS ANTI-RUSSIA SENTIMENT IN U.S.” 22 Feb 2022, “PUTIN ACKNOWLEDGES BIDEN’S ANTI-RUSSIAN RHETORIC” 13 Oct 2020 and “ONE SIDE ONLY: MEDIA SELLS RUSSIA INVASION IN UKRAINE AS ‘UNPROVOKED’” 8 Mar 2022.) 

You could hardly turn on a cable news station for the past few years without the host claiming Trump was nothing more than Russian President Vladimir Putin’s puppet. During CNN’s last town hall, the anchor asked Trump if he wants to see Ukraine emerge victorious in the conflict with Russia, as though any response other than yes is tantamount to treason.  

In October 2020, Putin said he noticed then-candidate Joe Biden’s “sharp anti-Russian rhetoric” and—after being elected—Biden said Putin “will pay a price” for his efforts to undermine the 2020 US election. 

Biden was asked in an interview if he thought Putin was “a killer,” and said, “I do.”  

Putin said at the time that he wished Biden health. 

“When we evaluate other people, states, and nations, we always seem to be looking in the mirror. We always see ourselves. We always pass on to another person what we ourselves are in essence. In childhood, when we argued with each other, we said: ‘He who calls names is called that himself.’ This is no coincidence, this is not just a childish joke, it has a very deep psychological meaning,” he said.

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