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S2E12 Trump Indicted for not Playing Politics

S2E12 Trump Indicted for not Playing Politics


The indictments that Donald Trump is having to endure are nothing more than the malicious attacks of a weaponized government.



I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Hello everybody. I hope you didn't miss us too much. I know it's been a little while. There's been a lot going on around the world. Today we've got an interesting topic. We're going to talk a little bit about those 37 indictments on Donald Trump. And we're about to get started. I know he's not on the phone. I want to thank you for joining us. I'm glad you could make it. Are you listening to the Constitution Commandos? Yeah, I would have called, but man, I got on the road pretty early. I was like, man, ain't no way he's up. Yeah, I've been up. I guess it'll be a minute before my camera comes on. I had to go back through all my settings last night, and apparently Zoom had changed a bunch of stuff. And I don't really know what it all means, so I guess I'll have to figure it out later. Do I sound distorted? No. All right, good. Man, I hope I make it through Baton Rouge. I left early enough. I'm hoping I get through there without any problems, man. What time did you get out? I left the house at like 4.30. Hell, I don't even know what time it was. Yeah, I've been on the road about an hour and a half. I'm in Louisiana now, yeah. Well, I would have called you sooner, but I was actually working on some other stuff, too, so. Did you get my message last night? Yeah, well, I got it this morning. It came through last night. I went to bed early last night, man. I ate too much. I got uncomfortably full and tired. And I'm still sleeping early. Well, needless to say, I don't even think I saw 8.30, man. I was... But I was good, because I had to get up so early. Well, hell, you went down right after I got off the phone with you, didn't you? Yeah, I was... I was miserable. Man, and I hope this scale house is closed. I doubt it. I was hoping to get down here before it opened. It's just not 6 o'clock. Yeah, I know, but I think they'll probably be open right now. I mean, more than likely. I mean, if I got down here before 6, I'd have a better opportunity, but... I planned it a little long. Because, you know, I mean, when you come into Louisiana, you got that scale house. Where is that, on 55th? 12th's got a free pass, but... Hey, where the hell are you at? I was down the road. I got pulled into the house. I'm in Kentwood, Louisiana. I don't remember it being that dead right through there. Yeah, I don't either. That's wonderful AT&T, man. Son of a bitch is open. You've got to be kidding me. Yeah, if I got here 10 minutes earlier, I wouldn't have had to go into this sumbitch. I mean, these people down here in Louisiana ain't got nothing better to do than fuck with drivers, man. I don't know. I've been seeing some shit on the news about truckers getting fucked with. Like they're trying to shut the truckers down. Well, we were talking about that 95 collapse. That's... Yeah, that's the high-paying lane going that way. I ain't nothing coming out. That's why everything costs so much to go up there. Yeah, I didn't really get a chance to look that up when I need to. Yeah, well, I just think it's funny that the article I read said that they didn't... It said something like they didn't have time to look for the driver. I'm like, what do you mean? What kind of bullshit is that? Okay, no driver was found according to your article, which means that... I mean, come on. Emergency crews, some of the first things they're going to do... I mean, if they get there and find the damn body... I was going to say, they're searching for signs of life first. There's a bunch of hokey crap going on, man. And I don't buy any of it. Without a doubt. My mind keeps wondering to all these things that I can remember that have been going on so far. And I guess it's just to try to figure out what it is that they're trying to distract us from. Because I know that's all it is. Oh, yeah. It seems like the harder I look for what it is they're distracting us from, the further away I feel like I'm getting from it. Well, a piece of the puzzle kind of came out. I was watching Pete Centelli. I mean, I like him. He puts out good information. I just don't like the way he delivers it. It's real hard for me to sit and listen to him because he rambles on forever before he gets to the point. It's like, dude, you have people watching. Quit trying to build it up. Just release what, you know, give a little preface and say it. And that drives me crazy. But allegedly, and this isn't, the Pete Centelli show didn't even confirm it. This is what he suspects, okay? And what it is, is there was a transcript release. This is part of the indictment on Trump. There was a transcript release that Mark Meadows had a number of meetings or whatever, and he had two writers and an editor or something like that in the room, and they were speaking. You know, I guess Mark Meadows is going to have a book written about his time as a chief of staff. I think I heard something about that. He says that he feels that the raid was generated to find this document. Now... Which document? It was a defense intelligence document. So it is, it has a compartmentalized security, you know, classification. Now, what it says in the document, well, what they were talking about, and Trump displayed the paper, but nobody read it. You know, he said, I've got the document here to prove, and what, or disprove. While he was president, Mark Milley and the Department of Defense had derived a plan to attack Iran. Okay? To go to war with Iran. Are you saying Milley did or Trump did? Yeah, Milley. Okay. Okay? That old piece of shit. Yeah, I want to understand White Ridge. Yeah. Well, Mark Milley, as the Joint Chiefs, presented this document, or it was basically an approval for war. He wanted Trump to sign off on it, so Milley could enact his and the Department of Defense's invasion of Iran. Trump refused to sign it. Yeah, why would they want to hit Iran? Well, I mean. Because of the nuclear capabilities? Right, man. That part of the world has always been a target for American bureaucrats and warmongers. Okay. Right. So Trump said, no, we're not going to war in Iran. Well, Mark Milley openly said that Trump wanted to raid Iran. When? Well, allegedly, the document that was, well, is suspected to be the root of the Mar-a-Lago raid was that document. And what that document basically proves is that the Joint Chiefs and the Department of Defense went behind Trump's back against Trump trying to raid another, you know, trying to, yeah. So basically they were trying to cover it up. Well, they tried to put it off on Trump, because they tried to sell it, and Trump wanted to, you know, invade Iran. Right. Well, I think this was part of the coup in a way. I don't know exactly how it ties in, but I think it was done to try to besmirch the president, to say that he did volatile things and he was unstable. And, you know, I think this was kind of a ploy to try to hold Trump against him. They were trying to produce evidence to fit the narrative. Well, allegedly, Trump has that document, the invasion documents. So that's not part of the indictment? No. The indictment, see, that's why they, see, they're trying to get him on the Espionage Act. Yeah. Okay. Well. Which I've been wondering how they're going to get him on the Espionage part of it. Well, see, this is why this document, this is why they're using it, I think. The Espionage Act covers defense intelligence papers. Right. Okay. And there were supposed to be some documents in there that were defense intelligence things, but what? I think this is the only document that was defense intelligence. Well, what about the other 76? I think those are all bullshit. I think it ain't no different than that damn bad bookkeeping they're calling out of New York or whatever it is. I mean, it's one damn payment that they put a count for every check. You know what I mean? Or whatever. Right. But, yeah, I think that that's why they're trying to get him on the Espionage Act. And I think he had that document to cover his ass. Well, you remember what you were saying back when Mar-a-Lago was being raided. You said that you had wondered if Donald Trump had something in those files that he possibly couldn't get into court for. Now he can get it into evidence under the ring. Yeah, and, you know, it seems like shit's heating up so much around the country in other ways, you know. Oh, yeah. The scrambling of fighters to recover a damn... Yeah, one citation. A private jet, yeah. Then he got a tanker that burned up where they didn't have time to look for the damn driver, and it collapsed the main shipping lane in the Northeast. Yeah, I'm not buying that at all. Then you got that train car that came up missing of 60,000 pounds of ammonium nitrate. I just... It seems like... As they get closer to... Well, he's been indicted now, but... It seems like as they got closer to that, not to mention the investigations into the Bidens by Congress, it just seems like they're trying to distract from what's going on in the halls of Congress, and they're trying to distract from their efforts to get Trump. I don't... I think more of it is to distract from the Obama administration. I mean, the whole Biden administration. You know, the Biden administration simply because there is so much heat on them, and Donald Trump just happens to be a wide-open target, really, as far as all these court things go, because, I mean, he is a front-running candidate right now, a presidential candidate, and obviously a past president everybody loves. So it makes him a target. Well, not just that. It's because he actually went against the globalist plan. He was opposed to wars, and the deep state, that's all it wants is wars, globalism, and to be able to subjectify the population. Well, Trump went against all of that. Trump is the only one with a history of going against it and still has an eligibility for one more term as president, and they can't have him do it. That's why all this shit has happened so quick under Biden, because Trump got in the way of their plans for four years and reversed a lot of their, you know, agenda 2030 shit. Well, he didn't just slow down their agenda. He actually reversed some of it, I feel like, and this has got him so irritated. Yeah, and I think they fear him because he has proven to them already that he is against their plans. He's truly for America. He's not compromised, so they can't control him. And I think... Oh, without a doubt, he is a huge threat to the deep state, just him by himself. And quite frankly, that's why... Huh? Well, I think they also understand that if he gets back into the office, and he already made comment at a couple rallies, when I get back into the office, I will be your retribution. Yeah, I've heard him say that. In the deep state... You know, he scraped his knuckles a lot, and he stubbed his toes a lot because he had never been there before. But now he knows, and if he gets back in, I believe heads will roll. I believe he will clean house. Well, you know, Carrie Lake said it not long ago. She said, yeah, President Trump is coming back with a vengeance. Her exact words. Yeah. I believe that, too. I don't have any reason not to believe it. I think these people... I think these people are extremely fearful of the consequences that lay into their future if Trump is re-elected. I think that's what it is. I think it's a shit hour, and they're going to do everything ineligible. And, Box, they haven't ever beat him. It's destroying him. And it's not working. I think that anger is some also. That everything they do to try to destroy Trump makes Trump stronger. Oh, yeah, and his numbers keep going up every time they do something to him. I mean, you got to look at how many people, not just in the GOP... They're probably sitting back thinking... Yeah, they're probably sitting back saying... Say it again. Oh, they're going to say that every time they do something to him, his numbers go up. But if you look at how many people are running for president right now, not just on the GOP side, and Donald Trump still has 49% of the vote, I mean, of the favoritism. And that's with everybody, not just the GOP side. So they know they got to shut him down. If they're going to keep doing what they're doing, they're going to have to shut down Donald Trump. Period. Well, I think that there's a lot of people that are witnessing what's going on. I think there's indictment over the Mar-a-Lago papers and stuff. I think a lot of people that were literally not going to vote for Trump. I heard a couple of people on... They're going to vote for him now. Yeah, that's what they were saying. They said, you know, I was not going to vote for Trump, but we're seeing that he is becoming more and more clear that there's not an even application of the law. They're targeting the man. You know, I don't necessarily like him, but he did what he said he was going to do, and now he's got my vote. That's what they were saying. A lot of people were. A lot of people just love him anyway, but a lot of people were saying stuff like that. Well, and of course, this is just my opinion, but I've said it ever since Donald Trump got elected. I mean, you can't vote for somebody or not vote for somebody based on whether or not you like them, because you really don't know them. I mean, you have to go on what their policies are, and unfortunately, too many people don't vote that way. But I have heard, even on Newsmax, some people that have said they don't like Trump, but they don't like anybody else running either. Well, see, this is part of the thing that I wish people would start to open their eyes to, and it's clear and evident anybody alive more than a year should be able to see this. One, politicians are liars. They're dishonest. They're corrupt. They're liars. That's how Trump got elected in the first place. So if you want a person to act what you call a typical presidential personality, you're going to get the typical political bullshit. That's what I've been saying lately. I mean, everybody keeps saying, well, he just needs to act more presidential. Well, look what presidential's gotten us. Yeah, and if you want different results, you have to go and change it up a little bit. That's right. Our whole lives, I don't care if you're Republican or Democrat, everybody I've ever met in my life that has ever gotten into a conversation about politics with me, and I'm not saying politics, government, everybody acknowledges how corrupt the government is, you know what I mean? Everybody. We hurt our whole life. So, I mean, that's been the general consensus as long as we've been alive. And, see, that's where if you have the acknowledgment and you're aware that government is corrupt, and 99.9% of people that are elected in government are very polished, fine, and lawyerly, and political. I mean, they sound like politicians. They wear the right clothes and they say the right things. Yeah. Well, that's all a lie. It's all a facade. They tell you they're here for you, and they don't do shit. Oh, well, they're not. And look at the inner cities. For 40 years, every politician has utilized the underrepresented and underserved communities, inner cities-minority communities, poverty, changes in your community. Your communities are still slums. So, think about who you vote for. If you get a mean guy, it's because he's being honest. Hey, it might not be what the guy said. It might be the fact that you needed to hear it, and you just don't like what he had to say. He wants to hear the bad, but if you don't address the bad, you're never going to make it better. Well, that's right. And being presidential, if you will, pretty much ignores everything that needs to be dealt with. Yeah, they talk about it, but that's all it is. They just talk. They'll say what you want to hear, but they're not going to do anything to back up their words. Yeah. Well, as politicians, politicians say what they need to say to get elected. Other than that, they're there to serve their own agenda. That's it. I mean, as far as I know, it's been that way our whole lives, so, you know. Yeah. And we ought to know this by now, but we act like we don't. Well, that's why I wish people would get off of their little hang-up on Trump and his mean tweets and how unpresidential and how crude he is. Yes, he's more crude. I agree. But, you know, I know a lot of people aren't going to deal with that, but at the same time, I mean, let's face it, nobody can deny that, well, actually, I don't think there's anybody alive, really, that can do what Donald Trump did in his first term, especially not with the odds that were against him. Yeah, he didn't have a full cabinet, was attacked before he was in office. Hell, the Democrats even said before he was inaugurated, well, we're going to impeach him. He hadn't even inaugurated yet, and they were talking about impeaching him. So that should tell any and everybody that they were sent to attack Trump because he was not an insider, he was not approved by the establishment. He was never supposed to dictate as president. Yeah, and they just are out to get him. Show me the person, I'll show you the crime. See, that's another part that I have issue with on a lot of people. They're just like, oh, he did it, he did it, he did it. No, you want him to have done it. You want to believe that he did this just because you don't like him, and you don't even know why you don't like him other than what the media tells you about him. Well, that's it for today's episode. But as always, we sure do appreciate you spending this little bit of time with us. If you have any thoughts, comments, ideas about today's episode, please leave your comments in the comment section. 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