The Biden Crimes And Trump Indictments, Part 1
Donald Trump is a vindicated victim of political corruption far beyond what could have been imagined, thanks to recent revelations contained in declassified documents and damning witness testimonies.
An honest history of the Donald Trump presidency will conclude unequivocally that the Deep State incessantly sought to malign, discredit, interfere, and otherwise intentionally destroy the political outsider’s administration from before it began to the present day.
It seems far likelier than not that even upon the former president’s eventual passing, the Regime will continue their libelous reportage to ensure their Red Guards never learn the real truth as they grow up as wards of the state in government schools and immersive, propaganda-filled media environment.
No man has ever faced the level of outright fabricated nonsense and blatant mistruths aimed squarely at both Donald Trump, the private citizen, and Trump, the political figure he is known as today.
Part of the problem with understanding the full extent of the bias against Trump is the confluence of sheer complexity and depth to the real corruption found within the projection of crimes for which he is accused and of which Regime actors are themselves guilty instead. Indeed, with so many players - ranging from a few seen and countless unseen Deep State bureaucrats and many foreigners with such unrelatable names like Petro Poroshenko, Vadim Pojarskii, Oleksandr Ostapenko, and Mykola Zlochevsky - conniving in a web of interconnected actions, everything helps to distract the American public from wrapping their heads around the substantive sordidness rife in Washington, D.C.
This Substack will therefore offer several installments into simply a comparative analysis of the treatment of Donald Trump with his chief contemporary political rival, Joe Biden, vis-a-vis their involvement in Ukraine as a matter of elucidating the quite-involved topic.
One need look no further than how the Russian Collusion story began, was covered, and ended to appreciate how complex the lies are and how difficult they become to undo once small-minded peons accept the Regime’s simplistic narratives.
In that case, the shortest explanation possible is that the Hillary Clinton campaign hired out, via the private research firm FusionGPS, a team to deploy falsehoods depicting Donald Trump as the villain in the 2016 presidential election. That same firm then hired a former British spy named Christopher Steele to compile what infamously became known as the Steele Dossier. This document served as the catalyst for the extensive wire tappings and Regime-sponsored investigations into Trump’s candidacy and presidency, with shady FISA warrants obtained by the regime giving it the “legal” authority to do so.
Steele borrowed heavily from, unironically, a known Russian agent named Igor Danchenko. Danchenko offered up the salacious account of Russian prostitutes peeing on Donald Trump, among other lies. (Danchenko was eventually arrested on multiple charges of lying to federal investigators but was acquitted1 on all of them in the fall of 2022…because of course he was)
Making this story even harder to navigate was the intentionally slow reveal of accurate information. No one knew about Igor Danchenko for years; they, therefore, had no way to assess the information contained within the Steele Dossier, although intuition and an understanding of propaganda and Deep State motives probably served well enough for saner minds.
Speaking in her then-position as the White House Press Secretary, current Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders succinctly summarized the fake outrage that embattled Trump for two full years, saying,2 “The Democrat-linked firm Fusion GPS actually took money from the Russian government while it created the phony dossier that’s been the basis for all of the Russia scandal fake news.”
The story spread quickly enough, though, because people are stupid, and the Regime is excellent at coming up with digestible slogans for the masses. By repeating the line “Russian Collusion” enough and pointing to a few meetings and phone calls between the Trump campaign and Russian officials, as well as thriving off an already well-established Trump Derangement Syndrome, Trump was now guilty of everything in the eyes of those who believe the regime’s mouthpieces, and so, of course, he must have been a Russian agent.
In the case of Russian Collusion, the Clinton Campaign was much more guilty of collaborating with opportunistic Russians but successfully convinced the American public that the exact opposite was true.
With that in mind, the same can now be said of the connection between the Bidens and Ukraine. Whereas Trump was dogged by an impeachment scandal (scandalous only for its dangerous folly) for attempting to work with the Ukrainian president, all along, it was Joe Biden playing dirty behind the scenes with the exact same people. In light of recent congressional testimonies and declassified Regime documents, the entire underpinning for Donald Trump’s first impeachment now rises to the same level of astonishingly flagrant corruption against the Biden crime syndicate.
Readers will recall that Donald Trump was impeached in the Democrat-led House in the fall of 2019 due to a phone call made to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. In the July 25th phone call, subsequently brought to light by a leaker in the intelligence community and later revealed in full to the public when Trump released a full transcript3 of the conversation in September, the former president made a few comments that Democrats seized as a “betrayal” of the office in an effort to gain political advantage.
Below are the pertinent sections of that White House transcript, with Trump saying to the Ukrainian president:
“I would like you to do us a favor though because our country has been through a lot and Ukraine knows a lot about it. I would like you to find out what happened with this whole situation with Ukraine, they say Crowdstrike… I guess you have one of your wealthy people… The server, they say Ukraine has it. There are a lot of things that went on, the whole situation..Whatever you can do, it’s very important that you do it if that’s possible.
…I heard you had a prosecutor who was very good and he was shut down and that’s really unfair. A lot of people are talking about that, the way they shut your very good prosecutor down and you had some very bad people involved…The other thing, There’s a lot of talk about Biden’s son, that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great. Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution so if you can look into it… It sounds horrible to me.”
If it sounds innocuous or par for the course, that’s because it is. Remember, Donald Trump was impeached for remarking on extant political corruption by long-time Swamp creatures and daring to look into it. What happened next was beyond farcical; rather than take an interest in Joe Biden’s slimy dealings with foreigners - and which we have since learned were known by the American intelligence community at the exact same time - the media establishment covered for Biden while throwing Trump to the wolves.
Over the course of the impeachment, the most noise was made about the insinuation Trump sought to gain crucial information about a political opponent. However, it’s worth a few moments to explain Crowstrike, a cyber-security enterprise massively funded by Regime-loving (and Regime-loved) Google. Their website currently lists4 a host of different services centered around protecting online data and offers “superior prevented, detection, and response” to any nefarious efforts by would-be hackers. Crowdstrike also had a cozy relationship5 with the Obama administration as far back as 2016 when their chief risk officer was appointed to the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity. The timing of that appointment is too perfect; it came just weeks before the legendary DNC hack at the hands of supposed Russian intruders and the release of embarrassing content, including the vile Podesta emails.
The New York Post described6 Crowdstrike’s later role, and reason for Trump’s name dropping, as follows:
The California-based firm traced the hacks of DNC servers during the contentious 2016 election back to a pair of hacker groups with suspected Russian ties.
The discovery was among the early smoke signals in what would explode into the years-long probe of foreign interference in the election, led by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Amazingly, Crowdstrike was so influential that it - and not the FBI - investigated the supposed DNC hack. Repeat: The FBI in essence outsourced one of the most important acts of espionage in modern political times to an entity seemingly determined to intentionally undermine any uncovering of the truth.
One senior FBI official was later quoted in a WIRED article, stating7, “The FBI repeatedly stressed to DNC officials the necessity of obtaining direct access to servers and data, only to be rebuffed until well after the initial compromise had been mitigated.”
Then-FBI Director James Comey would go on to testify in a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing that his agency made “multiple requests at different levels” to gain access to the breached servers, only to reveal that a “highly respected private company” was afforded the privilege. Comey was referring to Crowdstrike.
As he often did, Donald Trump nailed the corruption in a pithy tweet full of outrage. “Why did the DNC REFUSE to turn over its Server to the FBI, and still hasn't? It's all a big Dem scam and excuse for losing the election!” the former president wrote.
Trump would later observe that he got an “impeachment for that” as he perfectly encapsulated the insignificant (in relation to the abject nonsense playing out every day in the Beltway) comment in his call with Zelensky.
“So that was all planned. Like everything else. It was all planned. And the witch hunt continues, but they're getting hit hard on this witch hunt. Because when they look at the information, it's a joke. Impeachment for that, when you have a wonderful meeting, or you have a wonderful phone conversation, I think you should ask we actually, you know, that was the second conversation. I think you should ask for the first conversation also, I can't believe they haven't. Although I heard there's a there's a rumor out they want the first conversation. It was beautiful. It was just a perfect conversation.”
To be sure, Nancy Pelosi uttered8 the most blathering, banal excuse to introduce articles of impeachment against Donald Trump in September of 2019. She said:
“And this week, the President has admitted to asking the President of Ukraine to take actions which would benefit him politically, the action of the the actions of the Trump presidency revealed dishonorable fact of the President's betrayal of his oath of office, betrayal of our national security, and betrayal of the integrity of our elections. Therefore, today, I'm announcing the House of Representatives moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry. I'm directing our six committees to proceed with their investigations under that umbrella of impeachment inquiry. The president must be held accountable. No one is above the law.”
Pelosi et al. would later go on to allow American cities to burn for weeks after blaming a white police officer by the name of Derek Chauvin to be blamed for, charged for, and later found guilty of, the murder of the drug-abusing, low-life thug George Floyd for the obvious reason that it benefitted Democrats politically in an election year. Curious how neither Democrats nor Black Lives Matter ever cared enough before or after that one incident to ever mount a national protest again against alleged race-motivated police brutality.
This same crew then utilized the flu season of 2020 to likewise rig election protocols in every one of the 50 states, again benefitting politically from the resultant flow of mail-in ballots. And she has the gall to say Trump participated in a “betrayal of the integrity of our elections.” Coordinating with the Chinese government, as U.S. officials did when bioengineering coronaviruses, also rises exactly to the same level of a “betrayal of our national security.”
Earlier in 2019, Michigan’s contemptuous Democrat Rashida Tlaib, who is truly an awful human being, declared to her constituents that they would impeach Donald Trump in the most obscene way possible. “We’re gonna impeach the motherf*cker!” she declared9.
Hell, other Democrats as far back as July 2017 took the steps to introduce articles of impeachment for the inane reason of “obstructing justice” after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. Anti-Trumper Robert Mueller would of course go on to absolve the president of any wrongdoing. And he had two full years and a limitless budget to find anything. ANYTHING.
Women protested at his inauguration adorned in vagina-themed headwear, because nothing says Donald Trump is a classless loser like not shaving your armpits, screeching maniacally, wearing pussyhats, and imagining yourself a victim of Donald Trump’s misogyny after he had been president for all of two minutes.
And, of course, Trump’s real crime was flying too over the target. In the second blockquote highlighted above in the conversation between him and Zelensky, Trump said: “The other thing, There’s a lot of talk about Biden’s son, that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great. Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution so if you can look into it.”
As a result of Senate and House Republicans seizing upon the recently-declassified FD-102310, as well as even more recent testimony11 from a former business partner of Hunter Biden’s (Devon Archer), so much more is now known concerning the criminal enterprise of the Biden family. These topics will be covered in the next installments of this Substack.
Trump likely knew much more than he was letting on in the 2019 phone call, and of course, Joe Biden didn’t even conceal his crimes in a damning admission of guilt during a speaking engagement after the fact, all of which was recorded in a January 2018 discussion with the Council on Foreign Relations.
“But I remember going over convincing our team or others to convince him that we shouldn't be providing for loan guarantees. And I went over, I guess, the 12th, 13th time to Kiev, and, and I was going supposed to announce that there was another billion dollar loan guarantee.
And I had gotten a commitment from Poroshenko and from Yatsenyuk that they would take action against the state prosecutor and they didn't. So they said that they're walking out to the press conference, and I'm not going to we're not going to give you the billion dollars. They said you have no authority. You're not the president. The president said, I said, call him I said, I'm telling you not getting the billion dollars.
I said, you're not getting the billion, I'm gonna be leaving here. I think it was what six hours, I said look guys, I'm leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you're not getting the money. Well, son of a bitch. He got fired and they put in place someone who was solid.”
Just imagine if that had been Donald Trump saying that.
In that first press conference following the initiation of impeachment investigations, Trump took a few questions from reporters, which are presented in full because both the questions and responses perfectly capture the malignant ignorance of the press as well as Trump’s political insights and prescience.
“Thank you, Mr. President, you suggested that you didn't do anything wrong in the course of your conversations with the Ukrainian president. But can you explain to the American people why it is appropriate for an American president to ask a foreign leader for information about a political rival? And what you would have said if you discovered that Barack Obama perhaps had asked a foreign leader for information about you? If you hadn’t campaigned for the presidency?”
“Well, that's what he did. Isn't it? Really, when you think about it, look, that whole witch hunt was started. And hopefully that'll all come out. But there have been some fantastic books written that just came out. Whether you look at Greg Jarrett or McCarthy's book that just came out recently, and so many other books, and a lot of books are coming out. When you start reading those books. You see what they did to us. What they've done to this country is a disgrace. They've hurt this country very badly. And no other president should have to go through what I've gone through. The President, the new president of Ukraine is looking to stop corruption. There's a lot of corruption going on. And there was corruption. I just told you about senators that threatened him with votes and no money coming into Ukraine. If they do things that's really what people are trying to say that I did, but the only difference is I didn't do it. You take a look at that color was perfect. I didn't do it. There was no quid pro quo. But there was with Biden and there was with the senators. And they threatened they said, you do this you do that we're not going to give you votes. That's the real deal. So we have an honest group of people that have been maligned I find and you know, it's a lot of people say I'll do I'll do even better.”
“So why should the American people then be comfortable with an American president, asking a foreign leader for information about American citizens?”
“Well, I think you could look at your senators. And you can look at Biden, and you can look at all these other people. But what we're looking for is corruption. An investigation started, called the Russian witch hunt, affectionately. And it was a total phony scam. It was set up by people within the government to try and stop somebody from getting elected.”
Up next, we explore the timeline of events coinciding with Donald Trump’s 2019 impeachment alongside the intelligence community’s full knowledge if Joe and Hunter Biden’s rigged business deals, tax crimes, and lucrative (see: illegal) payments. As if the political assassination of a sitting president is bad enough, it only gets worse when viewed side by side the willful downplaying of full-fledged corruption reaching the highest positions of the United States government.