Accuracy in Media

The media are having a field day over the fact that former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke supports Donald Trump for president. Trump has disavowed him. But why does Duke support Trump in the first place? It really has nothing to do with appeals to white voters. The significance of Duke’s support for Trump consists of their similar views on Russia.

Trump has spoken highly of Russian President Vladimir Putin, describing him as a strong leader who defends Russian interests and who could be an ally of the United States, especially in the Middle East. Duke believes much the same thing, and has a personal relationship with a long-time adviser to Putin who has devised an anti-American “Eurasian” alliance that includes Iran in the Middle East.

Those like Republican Senator Jeff Sessions (AL) who endorse Trump because he sounds tough on immigration have an obligation to understand how Trump’s deference to Russian aggression in the Middle East will only increase the flow of immigrants into Europe and the United States.

Our military leaders understand this and are speaking publicly about it. Last week, at a hearing conducted by the House Armed Services Committee, Air Force General Philip M. Breedlove, the Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, and commander of U.S. European Command, said, “Russia and the Assad regime are deliberately weaponizing migration from Syria in an attempt to overwhelm European structures and break European resolve.”

The term “weaponizing” means that the Russians are deliberately using the refugee crisis as a weapon against the West.

“Russia’s military intervention in Syria has bolstered the regime of Bashar al-Assad, targeted U.S.-supported opposition elements, and complicated U.S. and Coalition operations against ISIL,” Breedlove said, referring to ISIS. “The Syrian crisis is destabilizing the entire region, and Russia’s military intervention changed the dynamics of the conflict, which may lead to new or greater threats to the U.S. and its Allies for years to come.”

Breedlove is saying that Russia’s so-called war against ISIS is a fraud, and that the military operations of the Islamic State have actually benefited from Russian intervention in Syria.

This is why Duke’s support for the Trump candidacy deserves a second look from the media and conservatives leaning in favor of the businessman.

The real significance of Duke’s support for Trump is not that Trump appeals to white people. Many mainstream conservatives and ordinary Americans think Trump has a valid point about the urgent need to control America’s borders.

Item number four in Duke’s editorial about his support for Trump is very revealing in this regard. He says that Trump will “Ensure that the USA will not go to war with Russia and create Word War III.” This absurd claim seems to be entirely based on the Russian propaganda carried by Russia Today, the global channel financed by Moscow, and other official Russian sources. To the contrary, it is Russia that is waging war in Ukraine and the Middle East and threatening America and its allies—especially NATO member Turkey, and Israel.

Duke is a former KKK leader. In recent years, however, he has functioned as a propagandist for Russia and Iran. An article on the Duke website from a Russian writer says the following about Duke:

He is has been a major force here in eliminating the last traces of that Jewish invasion of Russia. David Duke has seen that a proud and free Russian people are a key to the survival of European mankind. He is as important to this new revolution for freedom and heritage here today as John Reed was for Bolshevik enslavement 87 years earlier.

The latter is part of the Russian propaganda that Soviet communism was somehow “imposed” on Russia by international bankers, code language for Jews. Duke offers a book, “The Secret Behind Communism,” claiming Jews are the source of Russia’s problems.

Interestingly, Putin has done much the same thing, blaming the Jews for the Soviet communism that he once served as a KGB officer.

Duke has featured Iranian propaganda on his website, including a report about a 2006 Iranian government conference on the Holocaust that he attended. The conference was called by the then-President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who notoriously called for the elimination of the state of Israel. Speakers at the event cast doubt on the Nazi regime’s persecution and murder of six million Jews.

The website features a photo of Duke and Alexander Dugin, a one-time adviser to President Putin’s United Russia Party. Duke traveled to Russia and met with Dugin, calling him “one of the leading intellectuals of Russia’s patriotic movement.” Analyst Pawel Styrna, a researcher at the Institute of World Politics, says Dugin is associated with the idea of restoring Russia’s greatness through a “Eurasian empire” that includes Iran and drives an “international anti-American coalition.”

Former KGB officer Konstantin Preobrazhensky says Eurasianism was actually developed by Soviet intelligence in the 1920s, and later popularized by Dugin after the Soviet collapse. In the 1990s, he said, Dugin held seminars which were attended by the high-positioned Russian intelligence officer, Sergei Ivanov, who was later the Russian Minister of Defense and is the current chief of staff to President Putin.

The Russian-Iranian axis in the Middle East is now threatening Turkey, and Saudi Arabia’s oil reserves may be their next target. Referring to Russian aggression in the Middle East and Europe, former Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) has said in an article about increasing global conflict that he asked a European ally of the U.S. what is needed at this time, and that the reply was “American leadership.”

Trump, of course, says he wants to make America great again. But Republican Senator Ben Sasse (NE) notes that Trump has described Putin, who has killed journalists and is pillaging Ukraine, as a great leader. Sasse says he just couldn’t vote for Trump.

Trump has his own Alexander Dugin—a political operative and alleged dirty trickster by the name of Roger Stone. A “former” Trump adviser who now runs a pro-Trump Super PAC, Stone wrote a book using Russian sources that blamed President Lyndon Johnson for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. His latest book is about what he calls the “Bush Crime Family”—including the two former Republican presidents—and credits such sources as Webster Tarpley, formerly associated with convicted con man and Marxist Lyndon LaRouche. Tarpley is a prominent figure in the so-called 9/11 Truth Movement, which blames unnamed U.S. officials for carrying out the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

Stone’s book accuses the Bushes of drug trafficking and genocide, among other crimes.

With figures like Roger Stone and David Duke in his corner, the conclusion of conservative journalist Fred Barnes that Donald Trump’s candidacy will destroy the Republican Party and elect Hillary Clinton as president starts making more and more sense. As the campaign goes on and Trump appears increasingly likely to get the GOP presidential nomination, the Republican candidates who have been reluctant to take him on will be replaced by news organs in the media anxious to look behind the curtain. We already know that, beyond such fringe characters as David Duke and Roger Stone, we find close associates of Putin like Russian billionaire Aras Agalarov.

Indeed, it appears that Trump’s recipe for a new Republican Party has all the earmarks of the nationalist and populist parties in Europe that either take Russian money or sing Putin’s praises. Such a development would mean the end of American foreign policy leadership and the destruction of American allies, especially in the Middle East.




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  • RMThoughts

    No-one has ever faced -let alone withstood- the direct fire from an entire institutional media complex, entrenched and corrupt political complex, corporatists and international geo-political parasites, MSM and neocon pundits, like Donald Trump is now facing it. It is astounding to witness.

  • If AIM would target Trump with a “perception management campaign” of only half the intensity of AIM’s campaign against Frank Marshall Davis, then Trump would be toast! There would be no need to misrepresent opinion as fact, because Trump’s documented lies are unsurpassed among all of the candidates.

    Trump seems to have jumped the shark from entertainingly bizarre to absolutely “cray-cray”! He wants to resume torturing detainees. I hope he is aware that it would not only make him guilty of war crimes, but also would make him a terrorist himself for using unlawful force to intimidate or coerce for political purposes:

    “There is no single, universally accepted, definition of terrorism. Terrorism is defined in the Code of Federal Regulations as ‘the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives’ (28 C.F.R. Section 0.85).” – http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/terrorism-2002-2005/terror02_05

    Trump’s reluctance to provide details of his “solution” to various problems is unsettling. His “solution” is looking more and more like fascism:

    “(sometimes initial capital letter) a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.” – http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/fascism?s=t

    Fortunately, military leaders seem to have more integrity than that:

    [QUOTE]
    WASHINGTON Retired Gen. Michael Hayden, who recently led the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency, said the U.S. military would likely refuse to follow certain orders from Donald Trump if he is elected to the White House in November and follows through on campaign promises.

    “I would be incredibly concerned if a President Trump governed in a way that was consistent with the language that Candidate Trump expressed during the campaign,” Gen. Hayden said during an interview will Bill Maher on Friday.

    Mr. Trump, the frontrunner in the GOP primary, has vowed to use torture techniques against suspected terrorists if he wins the White House, going beyond waterboarding and doing things he described as a “hell of a lot worse.”

    He has also suggested he would order U.S. forces to kill the family members of terrorists, a charge that some have alleged would be in violation of the Geneva Convention.

    Gen. Hayden, who had been an adviser to the presidential campaign of Jeb Bush, said the military would be required to refuse to obey these orders if Mr. Trump handed them down from the White House.

    “You are required not to follow an unlawful order,” Gen. Hayden said. Some of Mr. Trump’s proposals “would be in violation of all the international laws of armed conflict.”
    [END QUOTE http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2016/02/27/former-cia-chief-says-military-could-defy-donald-trumps-orders/ ]

  • miguel i prado

    Then, after Obama, that would make two sleepers agents in a row?

  • Austinniceguy

    The establishment has a huge load in their collective panties over the Trumpenstein they created. They kept lying to us, promising us that they would do the things we expected them to do so we voted them it, then they continually stabbed us in our backs. Well, morons, this is what happens when the voters have had enough. You thought we would just keep falling in line, as directed by you but, NOT SO THIS TIME!!!! YOU created him, WE will vote him into office. Thank you!!!!

  • L. Cujar

    Accuracy In Media stoops to publishing a tin foil hat article that ordinarily be seen at magazine stands at grocery store checkouts. Shameful.

  • Steven Barrett

    Hasn’t Putin heard of Trump University yet? One more “conspiracy theory” spun by Cliff.

  • I HAVE JUST LOST ALL RESPECT FOR MR. KINCAID!!!

  • alex

    i agree with his comments on putin. look at our unholy alliance during ww2. you have to be strategic to win a war, unlike obama who sees no war.

  • IHC

    Wow – just wow, the attempt to destroy Trump as per request and conniving GOP, RNC and gang!
    Is that all you liars have – an agent for Putin?
    All of you attempting to ‘mississippi’ Trump as it was done to electorate choice McDaniels – to keep their turncoat Cochran going so far to pay anybody willing to accuse McDaniels of racism.
    What are you all so afraid off? Try to come up with anther more convincing lie.
    I’m sure my comment will be deleted – e are all on to you all!

  • AndRebecca

    How do you figure?

  • AndRebecca

    So, who are you calling establishment?

  • AndRebecca

    You need to get your politics straight.

  • AndRebecca

    And, when did you have respect for Mr. Kincaid?

  • Hambone

    Has Kincaid written about IslamoCommunist Mole Obama with such vigor and investigative interest? If not, why not?
    As for defamation by implication, is Kincaid so naive or compromised that he does not first look at who is ALWAYS the first suspect in a murder? That’s a business associate with much to gain, or a spouse or family member.

    WHO had the most to gain from JFK’s murder? Hint: It wasn’t Jackie Kennedy, it wasn’t Bobby.

    LBJ had his own Clintonesque trail of bodies in Texas.
    LBJ hated the Kennedys and the feeling was mutual.

    That Kincaid accepts the absurd “Lee Harvey did it!” cover story casts a huge shadow over his “investigative report” painting Trump as a mole, because almost all the press hates Trump.
    Trump has contempt for the media. Gee I wonder why?

    And yes, Vlad Putin IS a great leader. Of Russia. He is a patriot, he appears to love and work for his nation’s gain, and shazam! he uses any trick in the book he can.

    Obama uses every trick in the book. But he is not a great leader. Hussein is not a patriot. He clearly does not love the USA, but perhaps he does love Kenya or Nigeria or wherever he’s really from.
    He does work to divide and destroy the USA.
    He does laud psychopaths like Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin and condemns the police at every opportunity.
    He does have an Islamic Iranian mole as his “advisor.” Or boss.

    Putin is a leader. Barry is a destroyer.

    Trump has enormous flaws. His ignorance is vast and near-unbelievable. His attacks–more what one might expect of a 3rd grader than an adult–on fellow R candidates are childish and destructive.

    Trump has said he’d close the borders. He would remove illegals. He would bar potentially dangerous people from entering the nation. Those actions were all SOP for US national security until about 20-30 years ago. They have been done throughout our history. If we don’t act soon, our history as a free people will come to a violent end.

    So…is Kincaid a mole? Is most of the US press corpsss a mole?
    Walk, talk, quack like a duck.
    Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.
    Enquiring minds want to know.

  • I’m a vehement Trump supporter and I respectfully disagree with you. Cliff alone has exposed these connections, and they are valid. But don’t believe me — look for yourself.

    The ties between Stone and Putin’s propaganda machine are quite transparent — as are the ties between Alex Jones and Putin. Stone contributes to Putin’s propaganda entities, as do many of Jones’ key staff. if you go to The Voltaire website — a marxist propaganda entity based in France — you will find the same authors who tout themselves as libertarians on Infowars here, happily endorsing vicious anti-American propaganda on behalf of Putin. If you watch RT (Russia Today, Putin’s TV propaganda mouthpiece) and if you have followed RT’s record in America, you will find a surprising number of libertarians in bed with radical leftists, all agitating with lies against America there. Ron Paul and Cynthia McKinney are regulars. For starters.

    There is a there there.

    With that said, I do not share Cliff’s view that Trump is intentionally involved with Putin. I think Trump has been too cavalier by half regarding foreign policy. But I see this election as an existential vote on border control, and with both Cruz and Rubio in bed with the open borders Club for Growth donors who machinated Rubio’s rise to be a sleeper on immigration — and I was there in Florida and involved in politics to see the ugly deceit unfold firsthand — I am supporting Trump because nobody else can be trusted on that issue.

    The number one issue of this race.

  • Hambone

    Scalia’s murder was not tin foil hat stuff. Where is AIM’s outrage? Or “investigation”?

  • Hambone

    Agree Rubio is a sleeper. Plus his fake smile sucks SO bad!

  • Albury Smith

    Trump richly deserves the direct fire and then some:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnpO_RTSNmQ

  • reggie

    I’d rather have Trump as a sleeper agent than to have Clinton as a puppet for Muslims. “As to what has raised the FSB’s “serious concerns” about Hillary Clinton, this report explains, was her private meeting this past week in Beaumont, Texas, with Pakistani businessman Muhammad Tahir Javed at his home, and attended by 250 other Muslims, that collected about $500,000 making it one of the top five private fundraisers she has had in America to date.” FSB is Russia’s Security Service. Taken from Whatdoesitmean dot com. 1/22/16.

  • peanut

    Duke still is allowed to vote, no matter if the media likes or not. And whoever he votes for is his business. Its still a FREE Country.
    It has nothing to do with Trump himself. He is running for president and anyone can vote for him.
    End of story. Stop making something of nothing, but that’s what the whiny liberal media does..

  • stevor

    the dumbocrap party is the commie party and bernie is commie number one!

  • peanut

    Figure it out.

  • stevor

    I think that AIM is probably more worthy of questioning its own US patriotism

  • peanut

    A very deep sleeper, that’s why he wont get elected.

  • Ron

    You would think by now that and true American would realize that the media is a shameful lying anti American snuggling up to the likes of Obama and Clinton.
    They are enemies of the State.

  • hap46

    I’m sure Trump did not play up to David Duke for his endorsement. Who would want it from has-been, forgotten moron? Trump has self-financed his political campaign and doesn’t need it or want it from anyone. Trump has set his own rules and agenda and its working since he doesn’t have to kiss anyone buttocks like both Clintons like to do. Besides,Hillary should already be on the stand instead of waiting for the ever-slow federal investigation into her private emails and server. I bet Obama has all ten fingers into this stall.

  • RMThoughts

    Noting good can come of voting for Rubio or Cruz, who Cliff thinks are Castro sleeper agents.

    Rubio was born in the united States, but he was born to parents who were Cuban nationals. Though Rubio’s parents were under the lawful jurisdiction of the united States, they were not citizens and thus, Rubio is not a natural born citizen. In fact, Rubio is a naturalized citizen because his citizenship is by operation of a man-made law. If it were not for Section 1 of the 14th Amendment, Rubio would have been born with the same alien status as his parents!

    Something similar happens when we look at Ted Cruz, who was born in Canada to a father who was a either a Cuban national or a Canadian citizen and an American born mother, whose status at the time of his birth is not clear since Cruz sealed her records..

    Ted Cruz is also not a natural born citizen. Additionally, we know that he also held Canadian citizenship, which he did not renounce until he set his eyes on the White House. He stopped being a Canadian citizen on May 14, 2014.

    That leaves Trump, Carson and Kasich – You choose.

  • RMThoughts

    Like the old Soviet Communist Party loyalist, Kincaid can always be counted on to vote as the GOPe Politbureau tells him to vote even as its corpse rots around him.

    As for the many of the rest of us. We prefer to vote stating our collective refusal to be co-dependents in our national demise…no matter how imperfect the candidate.

  • Albury Smith

    That leaves the Democratic nominee in my book — I don’t vote for chickenhawk anti-choice homophobes.

  • RMThoughts

    brilliant, vote for Hillary. Really, its pathetic, but you will have good company, the whole GOP and Neocon elite.

  • ThraceThrice

    Quick answer: No. Longer answer: Are you kidding? No.

  • Albury Smith

    “The whole GOP and Neocon elite” are voting Democratic now?

  • RMThoughts

    Good point. He calls Trump a “sleeper agent”. Woudln’t the more probably “sleeper agent” be the son of a man who fought in the Castro Communist Revolution, allowed to leave and set up housekeeping in Canada then the US? If there is a sleeper agent, wouldn’t it be Cruz?

  • Gz7

    You misspelled corpessis.

  • peanut

    He would choke just like Romney. Drinking ware like crazy sweating and then c h o k e!

  • peanut

    ………….Clinton as a puppet for Muslims. “…………..
    Actually is the truth. Why do you think Huma is her closest confidante.

  • MARYSWEET

    First of all David Dukes of the KKK has NOT endorsed Trump. Dukes was very surprised to hear that he had endorsed Trump and has denied it vehemently.
    As for the garbage about Trump being involved with the Russians is a desperate attempt by the GOP to discredit and get rid of Trump. They are so afraid of him they are spinning in circle trying to figure a way to get rid of him.

  • MARYSWEET

    HOW CAN YOU POSSIBLY VOTE FOR HILLARY? SHE IS WORSE THAN OBAMA. WE CAN JUST CONSIDER OURSELVES A THIRD WORLD HELL HOLE WITH A COMMUNIST GOVERNMENT AND HILLARY AS DICTATOR. YOU ARE A TRAITOR TO OUR COUNTRY AND OUR CONSTITUTION.

  • Ted

    Trump is right-on if he’s of a mind to engage in some kind of alliance, working trade agreement, close relationship, etc., with Russia. Right now … the world boils down to Russia, China, and the U.S. Who here, even among the most ‘anti-Communist’/anti-Russia right-wing zealots … would really want to be the third man out?

  • Albury Smith

    I already explained how I can possibly vote for Ms. Clinton. How can you possibly vote for ANY of the GOP candidates? How did you possibly vote for President Bush’s useless kid?

  • Ted

    If Trump keeps winning primaries big and ends up getting the GOP nomination … and then goes up against Clinton in the general election … he’ll win that big, too! There are PLENTY of Democrats that are TOTALLY SICK OF how the Democratic Party has turned out over the last 25 years … sick of catering to mini-minorities … sick of fetid political correctness … and sick of the feminization and emasculation of the party … so … plenty of Democrats will also be voting for Trump! Trump will win by the largest margin any president has won by in many elections!

  • MARYSWEET

    I didn’t voter for Bush’s kid and I sure could never vote for hillary. Just look at her criminal background and the terrible job she did as Secretary of State. She is worse than obama and you will regret it as will we all if she ever gets into the White House. It will be the end of America and our freedoms. I don’t think you really understand what will happen with her in DC.

  • CharlesinAL

    It’s more likely that Trump really an agent of the Democratic Party out to finally destroy the Republicans from inside.

  • RMThoughts

    Couldn’t agree more, the Bush era Neocon globalist GOP is breaking down with the revolt of their silent majority. None too soon.

  • “Has Kincaid written about IslamoCommunist Mole Obama with such vigor and investigative interest?”

    Yes! As a matter of fact, he has written about Obama with even greater vigor! His “Obama’s Communist Mentor” campaign was debunked with THREE “Pinocchio’s” by the WaPo Fact Checker at http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/wp/2015/03/23/frank-marshall-davis-obamas-communist-mentor/ .

    This is the same Washington Post that awarded Obama FOUR Pinocchios for another claim, and which hosts conservative columnists George Will, Charles Krauthammer, Michael Gerson, and Jennifer Rubin, which clearly illustrates that they are NOT in Obama’s pocket!

  • Albury Smith

    I don’t think you really understand what happens to ANY Democrat in high office in DC. If she did such a terrible job as secretary of state, please feel free to cite examples of non-terrible secretaries of state and list some of their major accomplishments.
    Thanks in advance.

  • MARYSWEET

    BENGHAZI!!!!!!!

  • Albury Smith

    9/11/2001!!!!!!!
    All of these!!!!!!!
    http://www.juancole.com/2014/05/embassies-republican-administrations.html
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bob-cesca/13-benghazis-that-occurre_b_3246847.html
    Howdy Gowdy and his GOP clowns looked even worse after ELEVEN HOURS of grilling Ms. Clinton, and that was only their latest dog-and-pony show on BENGHAZIII!!!!!!! Try it again right before Election Day. PLEASE!!!!!!!

  • Albury Smith

    Since you won’t answer my question, I will. Colin Powell went beyond the call of duty as secretary of state by RESIGNING over GeeDubya & Deadeye’s 2003 Iraq blunder.

  • AndRebecca

    Ah, you have to answer for your tag troll.

  • AndRebecca

    Are you a mole??? And, since Trump was for all the stuff he’s now against, what makes you think he’ll follow through on anything he’s said?

  • AndRebecca

    Everyone in the country knew your dad was a Communist long before AIM came along.

  • AndRebecca

    If you want to know, just read and you will find out.

  • Simply American

    There are true as*holes,
    AND THEN THERE IS ACCURACY IN MEDIA!
    Congratulations …..

  • Shootist

    A sleeper agent for Moscow?

    Naw, Trump is Mao Tse-tung reincarnated.

  • bc3b

    Cliff, I think you’ve lost your mind.

  • Will Malven

    I guess even AIM can’t resist reposting an article from the Onion occasionally…OH WAIT!!! This isn’t from the Onion?

    You clowns have a severe case of TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome).

    Buy a ticket back to reality.

  • bc3b

    Neocons have done tremendous damage to this country. They are happy to see OTHER PEOPLE’S KIDS kolled and maimed to support their agenda.

  • Really? Obama didn’t know. I didn’t know. In fact, he never publically admitted his membership in the CPUSA. I therefore challenge you to provide ANY public reference to that effect before Professor Horne’s speech.

    Fortunately, “Obama’s Communist Mentor” propaganda has been debunked with THREE “Pinocchio’s” by the WaPo Fact Checker at http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/wp/2015/03/23/frank-marshall-davis-obamas-communist-mentor/ .

    This is the same Washington Post that awarded Obama FOUR Pinocchios for another claim, and which hosts conservative columnists George Will, Charles Krauthammer, Michael Gerson, and Jennifer Rubin, which clearly illustrates that they are NOT in Obama’s pocket!

  • Chaz

    I would not be suprised.

  • Chaz

    You must be referring to the republicans.

  • Chaz

    Donald Duck will NEVER enter the White house unless he is on a tour and ushered by the CIA the whole time.

  • Chaz

    As well as they should.

  • Chaz

    Obama is one of the greatest Presidents of all time. You are just too stupid to realize it.

  • Chaz

    Really?? I,m sure there is a roll of tin foil in your car at all times.

  • MARYSWEET

    There is nothing great about obama except that he will be moving to Dubai when he leaves our White House. He is a dictator, not a President.
    You have been drinking the liberals’ Kool Aid. Someday when you see the results of what obama has been doing to our country you will change your mind about what a great President obama was. He is our worst enemy. He hates everything about America and is hell bent on destroying our way of life. You are too stupid to see what is right in front of you.

  • Chaz

    Finally, I can respect Donald Duck.

  • Chaz

    You need to go back on your meds.

  • Chaz

    And you are a traitor.

  • Chaz

    All he does is crow about how wonderful he is. This man is certifiably insane.

  • RMThoughts

    Trump has done to the GOP what the US neocons have done to Syria. Deconstructed, spit, created civil war so the dominate power will be uncontested hegemon. Christie, Sessions and others realize the future of the GOP is no longer a Bush franchise. They are throwing in with the “rebels”.

  • RMThoughts

    It must be frustrating to be as clueless and Kincaid.

  • Albury Smith

    Yeah, like never…

  • AndRebecca

    How do you know Obama didn’t know? Didn’t his grand-dad tell him when he took him over to his house? How about the photos of Obama’s mother supposedly taken at your dad’s house? Were they taken somewhere else?

  • Mykola Banderachuk

    Trump is the American Putin, poor america

  • LaTisha Jackson

    In an ideal case the next president should be a major league creator, not a philistine (a common person). Like Socrates, Cicero, Tolstoy, Esenin, Pushkin…This is the top of the human pyramid…all those money makers and rat racers of all sorts are at its bottom…In most cases they are either socially useles, or harmful…If you register these opposite notions, you, probably know, that the crucial difference between the two is that for a major league creator the most important thing is his creativity. For a philistine – himself. So, this simple test reveals that Trump is not a major league creator…perhaps very minor…. tiny…a spiritual dwarf, like most of the Americans…who will get some tings right, some wrong…Only Major league creators have an access to the objective truth…Every one else is a peddler of opinions….

  • Daniel Mount

    Now that is the most stupid thing I have herd yet. HA! HA! HA!, Trump a sleeper Agent from Russia??? I will tell you that having a Russian in our White House is 1,000,000 times better then that Muslim Anti Christ that is in the White House now. At least Trump and Putin are Christian and not an Anti American Anti Constitutions like Obama.

  • Ron

    A traitor to who? YOU??? Tell me exactly what you mean, Chaz.

  • Follow the evidence. Davis was a CLOSET member. There is no evidence that Gramps or Obama knew about his membership, or that Davis ever met Obama’s mother. Those photographs were not taken at our house.

  • Gen11American

    Who knows? Only Trump and Putin know for sure. What we do know is that Barack Obama is a sleeper for the Muslim Brotherhood, and the damage he’s doing in that role is far worse over the long run. To learn the truth about candidates running for U.S. president, maybe we need to start requiring them to be questioned while under the influence of truth serum. Once all their answers are recorded, and the serum wears off, return them to the campaign trail. When they spout their rhetoric, compare their policies and promises to what they revealed under the influence of the serum. If the two don’t jive, notify the news media and let them tear the liars to pieces before our eyes. That way the candidates don’t have to tear each other apart and call each other liars. The truth of the pudding will be available for all to see and hear.

  • AndRebecca

    O.K., so why did Obama bring your father up in his auto-bio?

  • James Smith

    Yes, and like Breed-Strangelove and the rest of the laughable EU(SSR) Politburo and NATO/Saw Pact propagandists, Kincaid can be counted on to argue that Putin somehow used Kremlin mindrays to FORCE Angela “former Stasi agent” Merkel to open Germany’s borders to the immivasion of every Muslim with a sob story from the Mideast, including from countries that aren’t even at war like Tunisia.

    Wait, wasn’t it Cliff Kincaid who was arguing just a few months ago at this site that Merkel’s Stasi past gives Putin control over her? We’re sure he’ll concoct some way to square this circle. Maybe Putin is blackmailing Merkel over her Stasi past to open the floodgates to the #Rapefugees. But then again, if that’s the case why can’t Uncle Sam just find another German Chancellor to work with who will, I dunno, actually do what a majority of the Germans want and close the borders? Shocking idea, I know.

  • James Smith

    Kincaid ties himself in knots with these ridiculous fanatically Russophobic, neocon butt kissing conspiracy theories of his. Roger Stone would tear him to pieces in any debate, it’s why he looks so clownish trying to trip people up with questions at the National Press Club. Hey Cliff, let’s talk about your donors, and your fanboy-ness for the SS Das Reich division rune wearing Ukro-Nazis of the Svoboda Party and its spinoff Azov Battalion.

  • James Smith

    Why yes they are. You haven’t checked the #NeverTrump hash tag lately? They’re all voting for Hillary. Which neocon shill Cliff will probably end up endorsing HRC and forgetting about Benghazi and her arming of Al-Qaeda. Or did you think we forgot Cliff was saying just a year or more ago that the U.S. switched sides in the war on terror? Yet it’s Russia that’s fighting a phoney war on ISIS not the U.S. which couldn’t be bothered to bomb those huge convoys of ISIS oil tankers rolling into NATO member and Muslim Brotherhood run Turkey, until the Russians shamed Barry into doing it? And then the Pentagon still dropped leaflets on those poor ISIS oil truckers, probably so they wouldn’t kill so many Turkish nationals, before sending their tanker trucks to Allah.

  • James Smith

    “I’m a vehement Trump supporter and I respectfully disagree with you. Cliff alone has exposed these connections, and they are valid. But don’t believe me — look for yourself.”

    “The ties between Stone and Putin’s propaganda machine are quite transparent — as are the ties between Alex Jones and Putin. Stone contributes to Putin’s propaganda entities, as do many of Jones’ key staff.” Tina I can easily play the same game and ‘link’ you and Cliff to talking points originating with Media Matters for America or the slush funds for the Azov Battalion Ukro-Nazis proudly wearing SS runes and terrorizing the people of Donbass.

    If you stand by your convictions Tina then try debating Roger Stone or Alex Jones on their ‘pro-Russian’ or ‘anti-NSA’ views. They will tear you up and expose you for the neocon/BigGov/CIA shill that you are.

  • James Smith

    Sockpuppet ‘AndRebecca’ needs to get ‘her’ gender and Cliff Kincaid mug in the mirror straight.

  • James Smith

    “Has Kincaid written about IslamoCommunist Mole Obama with such vigor and investigative interest? If not, why not?” This is the core contradicton of Kincaid. Obama is a crypto-Muslim Commie Marxist but the superheroes at the NSA would never obey his criminal orders to spy on and seek to blackmail members of Congress, because intel community all = super duper patriots and trust Cliff’s aw shucks NSA shill buddy from South Carolina.

  • For the most accurate reason, you would have to ask President Obama. I can only speculate that it was probably because Frank provided a unique perspective on racial issues, having participated in civil rights activities.

  • Albury Smith

    #NeverTrump means “they’re all voting for Hillary”? She didn’t arm al Qaeda, nor did anyone else in the US government or military, and after the latest 11-hour GOP witch hunt over BENGHAZIII!!!, the GOP should be the ones forgetting about it. Your comments on ISIS are too stupid for a response.
    http://images.yuku.com.s3.amazonaws.com/image/jpeg/4362200bb0088bc1cff7215065e50155cb81.jpg

  • AndRebecca

    Are you O.K.?

  • Lenny Jackson

    Why would Putin hire the richest candidate (i.e. most expensive and independent) when he can easily hire Hillary or one of the RINOs? I love Cliff’s work but the Trump-bashing from the anti-communists would be amusing if it weren’t so annoying.

    Trump praising Putin means nothing. He’s just playing the political game. Trump is much smarter than most people are giving him credit for. No way Putin can outsmart him, especially if Trump surrounds himself with knowledgeable people, which I’m sure he will.

  • Now where have I heard this story line before. Oh yes, in 2008 when questions surrounded the Manchurian candidate (Barack Obama). Same talking points, different year.

  • James Smith

    “#NeverTrump means “they’re all voting for Hillary”? She didn’t arm al Qaeda, nor did anyone else in the US government or military,” A flat out lie, but a lie nonetheless. At the very least, plenty in the CIA are guilty as hell of sending arms to ‘Free Syrian Army’ units they knew were directly embedded with if not would immediately turn over U.S.-provided TOWs to Jabhat al Nusra AKA SYRIA’s LOCAL AL-QAEDA BRANCH. And that douche/traitor McInsane wanted to supply the ‘FSA’ aka Al-Qaeda’s next door neighbors with MANPADs to ‘shoot down Russian aircraft’ which probably required someone at the Pentagon to explain to Hanoi songbird McCain that the Russian jets fly above MANPAD range and that those missiles would probably end up shooting down an airliner over Jordan or Turkey full of German or Israeli tourists and there’d be hell to pay for AlCIAeda.

    Or do you think it’s an accident that the Pentagon supplied Kurdish YPG fought the CIA-backed ‘FSA’ and tried to cut their supply lines from NATO member and terrorist sponsoring state Turkey? Wake the hell up you don’t have the excuse of being a CIA fanboy shill like Cliff, do you?

  • Albury Smith

    Calling al Qaeda “AlCIAeda” is about as stupid as it gets.
    http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/balawi-suicide-bomber-lured-cia-agents-deaths/story?id=10200236
    You’re an idiot.

  • James Smith

    I didn’t refer to the entire org as ‘AlCIAeda’, just ‘our’ ‘Abu TOW’ boys who will probably use their CIA provided hardware to take out a busload of tourists in Turkey or Jordan someday. At which point the Langley boys will say ‘s–t happens’ and walk away. Kinda like they did after their former asset against the Russians Bin Laden went rogue, eh?

  • James Smith

    I will agree with partisan Dumbocrat Albury Smith in so far as saying Gowdy and co managed to pepper HRC with questions for 11 hours and not once ask about alCIAeda gun running to Syria from Libya.

  • Albury Smith

    Your al Qaeda hero was never a CIA asset, you fool. A CIA-led SEAL raid offed him.

  • Albury Smith

    Even they’re not as ignorant as you are.

  • James Smith

    Well we hanged Saddam too, and he was Agency as well. And that’s assuming we didn’t whack a body double while the real bin Laden died of kidney failure in 2001.

  • Anthony Duhe

    He is a traitor.

  • Albury Smith

    Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden were two entirely different people. Saddam was hanged by Iraqis in late 2006 for crimes against humanity and other offenses, and OBL was offed by US Navy SEALs in his Abbottabad compound on May 2, 2011. Kidney stones aren’t generally fatal, especially to otherwise healthy 44 year-old men.

  • Anthony Duhe

    Cliff, The only comparison I see of Trump to Putin is that he too is a Nationalist. They both put their countries first, last and always if only as a reflection of theimselves.

    Trump’s nationalism mirrors his own ego just as Putin’s nationalism for Russia mirrors his expansive ego. This may be exactly what the USA needs as we rebuild our economy, military, currency and reputation to our once allies. Strength and power will be our hallmarks rather than the crippled and humiliated giant Obama has sought for the USA.

    Trump Is quite the opposite of Obama whose hatred of the USA as an imperial racist state is reflected by his every policy decision to destroy, cripple and humiliate the U.S. at every turn–through the destruction of our military, economy, currency, and relationship with allies.

    If anyone is an agent for Putin it is Obama. He who has helped given rise to Russia as a world dominating power once again. He has kept the U.S. stagnant and withering as any mistreated kidnap victim while giving rise to Putin’s Russia as a strong world leader.

    Obama, like his father is an anti-American communist. Is he too an agent for America’s enemies via Marxist Russia, China and the Muslim Brotherhood. I believe he is.

  • reggie

    Yup. Just what we need.

  • terry1956

    Not truth serum but expected to attend to run ( but not legally required) questionings at Town Hall meetings in every congressional district within the frame work of a Lincoln/Douglas style debates.

  • terry1956

    Tarpley,LaRouge / Putin connection I suspect yes, Alex Jones maybe but I doubt, Trump na although Jones gets somethings right time to time just as Tarpley does but both get a lot of things wrong although I think Jones is loyal to America just as Trump is although I’m not a Trump supporter unless he wins the nomination or his only competition seeking the nomination becomes the Ohio governor. I voted for Carson last Tue. but since he is out Cruz is my man and if he gets out then Rubio, followed by Trump and I will only vote for Kasich if he is nominated.
    On the other hand I agree with Trump more than the others on foreign trade but clearly he is no constitutionalist because he would state that trade authority belongs to congress not to the president but none of the other 3 seem to understand that or state loudly their opposition to Foreign Entaglements ( no trade deals, no involvement with the UN, IMF, WTO, NATO).
    What happen to Trumps flat rate 20% import tax he was for in 2011? because with that there would be no need for a federal individual income tax rate over 10% if that bad federal tax was kept and it should not.
    Could it be someone told Trump that the WTO forbids a flat rate across the board tariff but Trump is so clueless on the US Constitution he assumes the WTO is legally binding on the US which it is no way, shape or form.

  • Julian McCrann

    You are either incredibly naive or perhaps incredibly foolhardy if you really believe half of what you wrote.

    In regards to the “Bush Crime Family” and 9/11. You advocate Saudi Arabia as a staunch US ally? The same criminals who murdered 3,000 Americans on 9/11? I would suggest if that is your stance, you are a traitor to the American people.

    “Saudi Arabia appears to be blackmailing the US, saying it would sell off American assets worth a 12-digit figure sum in dollars if Congress passes a bill allowing the Saudi Government to be held responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks.” To say that this threat from the Sauds is just “another sign of the escalating tensions between Saudi Arabia and the United States” seems like saying that a neighbor’s threat to bomb your house would constitute just “another sign of escalating tensions” between you and your neighbor.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-04-17/saudi-king-and-princes-blackmail-us-government-what-happens-next

    And who is best mates with the Saudi Royals?

    Why, former CIA head George Bush and his family of course. You do know the head of Saudi intelligence is affectionately called “Bandar Bush” because of his close working relationship with the Bush (CIA) family.

    And you really think US Intelligence and Saudi Intelligence had no idea about 9-11? Really? Then why are the Saudis so reticent to release the full unredacted 9-11 Report?

    “Of course, on the most basic level, 9/11 — perpetrated by the Saudi Osama bin Laden and fourteen of his Saudi countrymen — happened to Prince Bandar. His chummy relationship with the Bush family and the West would never be the same. Yes: he managed to liberate over 100 Saudis from the United States after the terrorist attacks, during a period when no planes were flying. And yes: President George W. Bush told “Bandar Bush” about the invasion of Iraq before Secretary of State Colin Powell got the word.”

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-conniff/con-games-prince-bandar-c_b_783216.html

    “Bandar – known as “Bandar Bush” from his 22 years as Saudi ambassador to the US – is a legendary networker and hawk. The Saudi press agency said he stepped down at his own request. (It did not say whether he would continue as head of the national security council, a less important position.) He will be replaced by his deputy at the Saudi equivalent of the CIA, Youssef bin Ali al-Idrisi, who is not a royal and therefore far less powerful.”

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/apr/16/prince-bandar-saudi-intelligence-syria

  • Michael Kelley

    You are so far off about Russian ultra-rightism it’s just sad. Putin is a Jew, not just any Jew, but the King of the Jews according to the Supreme Rabbinate of Israel. He is allied with the Chabad Lubavich Hasidic eastern faction of Jewry, rather than the Atlanticism of the British Jews. Russian ultra-rightism is nearly identical to Likud/Netanyahu ultra-rightism. Fascism is very Jewish.

    http://nonalignedmedia.com/2016/04/synthesis-zionism-bolshevism-jewish-messianic-world-revolution/

  • Kill All Ours

    FACT: “Main Stream Media” and Liberal Media” are terms made up by the head of the RNC in the ’60’s. You’re nothing but a sheep, blindly following marketing copy written by your masters.

  • Kill All Ours

    WRONG. JUST PLAIN WRONG.

  • Joy Garner

    Cliff, please Google “Declassified documents Obama ordered CIA to train ISIS” and inform yourself. Also Google “Hillary sarin gas Syria Libya” and you will see it’s Obama, Hillary, the Bush clan and the rest of the Saudi-bribed freaks who are trying to topple all middle east countries and then “accidentally” hand these countries (and massive weapons stockpiles) over to the Muslim brotherhood terrorists who serve the Saudis. Blaming Putin for Hillary’s Jihadi invasion of Syria (after she targeted hundreds of Syrian children for death with sarin gas in an attempt to increase the outrage against Assad whom she was framing for it) makes no sense. You are either extremely ignorant of the truth, or you are simply a propaganda shill for very evil people. Either way, you are NOT an “investigative journalist”.

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  • James Ferlong

    It’s peer pressure because he is that bad of a choice. Even conservative billionaires are against Trump. He is a failed businessman trying to con American using the ignorant catch phrases and hiveminded behavior that the GOP has been breeding for decades.

    It’s not amazing, it’s entirely predictable and it’s why you don’t build a platform on BS just to win elections. It’s not that you won’t sometimes win with that strategy. It’s that you destroy your own name, your own brand and in this case your own country.

    The downgrade that Trump represents and the clear willful ignorance that conservative are showing is exactly how America loses its status as a trusted economic power. Trump has been bankrupt 4 times. It’s not media hype. Plenty of businessmen are speaking out against Trump, including many he has worked for.

    You won’t prove anything or show the world by voting Trump. You will just devalue you yourself and your own nation while the world laughs at you. China could not be happier to see America resorting to such a desperate and illogical choice. A failed businessman as President? That doesn’t make sense no matter how you spin it.

    Your personal frustration is not justification for voting a man like Trump into the most powerful position in the world. Trump cannot have nuclear missile launch authority or first strike authority to start world wars at his leisure. This is a man born rich, who has declared bankruptcy 4 times and is getting loads from Russian billionaire because American banks won’t give him money, he is too high risk. Politics is not a game, conservative needs to stop acting like adults, not spoiled children and bad sports. You don’t have a quality candidate. Trying to win on lies is going to hurt you more than anyone and it will hurt us all in the process.

    Trump has long been declared high risk. He was even put on a spending limit by the banks and he had to sell many of his possessions and businesses, including his airline. He has failed multiple times now, you’d be a fool to lend him money and not consider it high risk. For that matter you’d be a fool to do any work for the man and not get paid upfront. He’s that kind of rich person. Not the spread the wealth because we are all doing so good.

    He is the over budget, behind schedule guy who doesn’t pay his subcontractors and then smiles the whole time while lying through is teeth with excuses.

    We all know someone like Trump.

  • James Ferlong

    Is Trump going to have Russia hackers hack the election too?

  • pl capeli

    of course 911 was engineered by the military industrial complexes intel agencies in the usa Britannia and israel… any clear thinking observer of modern history knows the role of false flag mass murder in the social engineering of western societies ….. most so called islamic trerror is christian jewish terror as point of fact, if one is committed to put a religious face to these heinous acts

  • DicknBushforever

    I’m scared that Trump is trying to cash in at the expense of America. Seems like he’s not trying to hide it either…

  • Sepa Labola

    Trump can dominate an interview by being rude, interrupting, lying and then not doing interviews with a network if he feels he was disrespected. Yet, his own words like praising Putin, disrespecting our own president, speaking ill of our own generals, saying there will possibly be different generals when he gets to the Oval office, and having business dealings with the Russians he won’t disclose details of. He sure strikes me as an Amerikan, sleeper agent waiting to take over the most important political office in the United States.