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December 13, 2020

DDT: Week 203 – More Firings, Etc.

Dictator Donald Trump (DDT) keeps on firing people, and one of his targets is suing him. After Chris Krebs was fired as director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) in DHS, he accused DDT of the “coordinated campaign of intimidation, retaliation, and threats.” Krebs argues the attacks are to bully any Republicans who disagree the election was rigged or opposed DDT’s attempt to nullify the election in his favor. DDT is up to 59 failures in court but hasn’t stopped, according to his claims and those of his lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

DDT also fired three other senior officials in CISA for claiming no fraud—Matthew  Travis, Bryan Ware, and Matthew Masterson. At the same time, “the big four, Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea” have attempted to steal intellectual property related to the coronavirus vaccine, according to Krebs. He explained that the attempts go beyond vaccine development to “their supply chains, … the distribution channels and public health institutions.” Now Russian hackers have compromised government agencies including the Treasury and Commerce Departments, prompting an emergency National Security Council meeting.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is also firing personnel. The department’s acting Inspector General Matthew Klimow is gone after doing his job, in this case investigating travel by Pompeo’s wife, Susan. The IG revealed most of her trips during a two-year period lacked written approval from the State Department but were considered official travel and paid for by taxpayers. Klimow, the third IG to leave during Pompeo’s tenure, was appointed in August to look into waste, fraud, and abuse at the department. Pompeo refused to sit for interviews with the IG and expressed irritation when asked about the investigation. Also the U.S. ambassador to Turkmenistan, Klimow is returning to that position.

The Office of Special Counsel, an independent federal investigative agency, is also looking into Pompeo for potentially violating the Hatch Act forbidding federal employees from political activity while on duty. In 2018, Navy lawyers probed concerns about Pompeo’s request for military housing that raised “factual, legal, fiscal and ethical issues.” Other concerns about abuses of taxpayer funds include using the staff as servants to have them walk the dog, pick up laundry, send personal Christmas cards, and make dinner reservations. Former IG Steve Linick was searching at least five cases of potential wrongdoing when Pompeo asked DDT to fire Linick. The Pompeos also hold dinners in the department’s ceremonial rooms which build his network and donor base instead of for foreign policy.

Tony Pham,  acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, leaves at the end of the month. Also hired in August, he participated in the joint operation of DHS and DOJ to raise standards for asylum-seeking to keep people out of the country. New guidelines bar people from types of immigration relief and deny asylum requests without a hearing. Persecution based on gender or gang violence will no longer qualify people for asylum.

AG Bill Barr is also in trouble with DDT after he stopped acting like DDT’s toady and failed to take part in DDT’s parade of lawsuits regarding election fraud. The last straw for DDT, however, was learning Barr had been investigating Hunter Biden for “tax affairs” since early in the year but had not announced it before the election for DDT to use it against his father, Joe Biden.

DDT is even angrier since Barr described DDT’s tweets as “the deposed king ranting” and “isn’t scared” when DDT calls him a “big disappointment.” Last Friday, DDT talked with aides about firing Barr, but Barr said he’s staying until he thinks he might be fired. Sources say the tension between the two of them feels like a “Cold War.” DDT thinks he might have lost the election because of Barr but is surprisingly calm—for him. One might ask what Barr has on DDT.

What’s good for the goose … DDT won’t concede his loss of 13 percent of the electoral vote and ten percent of the popular vote so other losers are following his path. Five weeks after the election results with all the votes turned in, several losing GOP candidates refuse to admit they lost. Loren Culp, Washington GOP gubernatorial candidate, lost by 13 percent, but he’s demanding an audit of votes. Buzz Patterson, who lost to Rep. Ami Bera (D-CA) by over 13 percentage points, complains about voting machines. Errol Webber lost to incumbent Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA) by 70 percent, but he won’t “let up until the truth is known.” Maryland GOP candidate for Congress Kimberly Klacik, losing by over 40 points, complains about “irregularities,” and another candidate in Tennessee losing by over 57 percent wants QAnon Sidney Powell to help her complain. Charlotte Bergmann, who failed to unseat Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN), said “people couldn’t understand” her loss. A Massachusetts GOP candidate who lost by over 30 percentage points is one of five losing candidates in the state for both state and federal office who jointly filed a lawsuit. A federal judge threw out the case to invalidate the election results.

Just as DDT stiffs contractors, cities, and others by not paying them for services, his Wisconsin legislature allies are doing the same to Dane County. DDT paid the $3 million for the recount in two counties, the Dane County did the recount, and legislatures won’t give the county the money.

A major reason for DDT’s increasing fury and terror at losing the election may be the acceleration of investigations into his financial affairs with the threat of criminal charges after he’s no longer in the White House. State prosecutors in Manhattan are interviewing employees of Deutsche Bank and insurance broker Aon. DA Cyrus R. Vance is still trying to obtain DDT’s personal and corporate tax returns; the Supreme Court will make the decision. On January 21, DDT loses any immunity from criminal prosecution. Even if he pardons himself for all his crimes, he is still liable for all non-federal ones. Court papers show an examination into DDT’s corporate insurance, tax, and bank-related fraud.

Russian state media outlets want DDT to seek asylum in Moscow to dodge prosecution in the U.S. A member of the Defense Ministry’s public council asked DDT to bring his money with him to “finally build his famous Trump City somewhere in our New Moscow.” Referring to Russia’s acceptance of Ukrainian leader Viktor Yanukovych who fled there in 2014, an important host on Russia-1, asked, “Should we get another apartment in Rostov ready?” State media often refers to DDT fondly as “our Donald,” “Trumpusha,” and “Comrade Trump”; it blames the Democrats for DDT’s problems. Many of them recommend DDT pardon himself.  

In another avoidance of reality, DDT is hesitant to pardon the up-to-20 closest allies including his family and closest aides because his inner circle would look like criminals. They are. Some around DDT are concerned the massive pardons would tarnish DDT’s legacy. It already is. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said he didn’t know what DDT would pardon himself for because he has “not been accused of any crime.” Yes, he has. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said DDT pardoned Michael Flynn because he was “railroaded.” No, he wasn’t. Thus far, DDT has granted 28 pardons and commuted 11 sentences.

Pardons can be profitable for DDT. He got $6 million from billionaire Sanford Diller, a real estate mogul, who promised more for the pardon of psychologist Hugh Baras, convicted of tax evasion and theft of government property. The donations to a PAC were not required to be disclosed for DDT’s campaign. Diller died, and Baras never received a pardon. DDT is fond of giving favors for money: the wife of casino mogul Sheldon Adelson received the Medal of Freedom after giving $500,000 to DDT’s campaign legal defense fund. 

DDT is executing federal prisoners instead of pardoning them. If executions proceed as scheduled within the next 39 days, he will execute more people than any other person in the Oval Office during the past century. Last Thursday, Brandon Bernard was killed despite doubts about the death sentence from members of his jury. Four more are scheduled until January 15, 2021, making a total of 13 since July. These executions violate a 130-year precedent pausing executions during the transition period. AG Bill Barr said he may schedule more executions before Biden is inaugurated on January 20, 2021.

Last weekend when the Proud Boys protested election results against DDT at the White House, their leader, Enrique Tarrio, claimed he had been invited to meet with DDT. White House aides claimed he was to be on a tour. At his debate with Biden in September, DDT had told the white supremacist group to “stand by” and flown his helicopter over the weekend march to support them. DDT flew to West Point (NY) and attended half the Army-Navy football game. The protest ended in violence when Proud Boys attacked counter-protesters. A question might be whether Tarrio was really invited and White House aides covered for DDT.  

To the suggestion he should reveal classified secrets, DDT said:

“I have been doing this. I agree!”  

Only 37 days left, but what can happen?

 

November 17, 2020

Biden Works, DDT Obstructs

Sixty-four days before Dictator Donald Trump (DDT) leaves the Oval Office: he fired the man in charge of protecting the nation’s electric grid, two Republicans briefly held up the certification of 863,000 votes in Michigan, DDT’s personal lawyer may have destroyed all validity of DDT’s lawsuits regarding fake election fraud, Emily Murphy still won’t permit the next U.S. president’s transition, and a witness heard a senator violate the law in asking Georgia to throw away valid ballots. And more.

President-elect Biden:

Biden continues to build his team with these nine members. Without a transition, he’s moving in two directions: showing how DDT’s refusal to permit transition hurts people in the U.S. and how roadblocks are stopping him for addresses the nation’s crises. Picks thus far. 

Even if Biden doesn’t investigate DDT, he could get DDT’s tax returns. Biden may prefer not to do this, but a refusal could cause Democrats to lose face after a long battle and court cases for over a year. In August, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (R-CA) said DDT’s records would be released if Biden won, and she doesn’t back down. DDT is the only inaugurated man who hasn’t made his tax returns public since Richard Nixon. DDT will likely file a new suit to prevent their disclosure.

Biden can count on Republicans to not follow through. Last week, Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) promised to personally “step in” and intervene by Friday if Biden weren’t permitted classified information. This week, he said, “I’m not in a hurry, necessarily, to get Joe Biden these briefings.” He said he meant he could take care of it if he wanted to. After the election, Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) said DDT’s lawyers had to give evidence to support claims of election fraud; two days later Blunt said DDT “may not have been defeated at all.”

Republicans agree they don’t like DDT’s decision to drop service members in Afghanistan down to 2,500 before he left the Oval Office. Followed by other GOP senators, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), DDT’s top loyalist, lambasted the idea as hurting national security. Undermining democracy is fine, but moving troops back to the U.S. is too much for them. The Pentagon wasn’t happy about the idea of bringing troops home with no justification so DDT just fired his appointees and got new ones who would follow any of his poorly thought-out orders. 

Reasons for opposing DDT’s plans, some of them from the military:

  • DDT is not meeting the conditions of withdrawal in the U.S.-Taliban agreement
  • Taliban fighters can take control of Afghanistan and make it a base for terrorists.
  • Rapid withdrawal hurts our allies.
  • Afghanistan, like Saigon before, will fall quickly, compromising operations against terrorists.

DDT:

DDT’s Fire:

After Christopher Krebs, director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), protected the elections in the U.S. and ran a website debunking false rumors, DDT terminated him with a tweet. Krebs said “59 election security experts all agree, ‘in every case of which we are aware, these claims [of manipulated election systems] either have been unsubstantiated or are technically incoherent.’” CISA works with state and local officials running U.S. elections, private companies supplying voting equipment addressing cybersecurity and other threats, the monitoring of balloting and tabulation, and industry and utilities to protect the nation’s industrial base and power grid from threats. Firing Krebs leaves the nation’s power grid wide open to the possibility of hacking.

DDT’s Recounts:

Graham said he only talked to Raffensperger about election procedures, but Gabriel Sterling, voting system manager, reported Graham asking if Raffensperger could throw out all the ballots if a percentage of signatures don’t match. Asked why he called Raffensperger, Graham said he also talked about election procedures with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and someone in Nevada. Neither Nevada nor Arizona secretaries of state heard from Graham. His interference in a state election could be a felony.

Today, two GOP-appointed board members refused to certify the votes of Michigan’s Wayne County, home to Detroit and the state most populous county, before reversing their position after a huge public backlash. The two had no reason to block the certification except to eliminate enough ballots to hand the state to DDT. Biden won the county by over 37 percent.

Georgia’s hand recount, scheduled to be completed by tomorrow night, won’t replace the official tally with Biden leading by about 14,000 votes, according to Georgia’s election officials who obtained legal advice. Any serious county discrepancies, such as the discovery of 2,600 uncounted ballots in Floyd County, will result in redoing machine counts for a new total becoming part of the official count. The new Floyd County count puts DDT’s state loss at 13,378. Sterling said the hand count is to verify which candidate won, not to establish a perfect vote count. Thus far, the manual count closely matches the original counts. Candidates have the right to a recount if they lose by less than 0.5 percent; another recount would rescan ballots through computers.

DDT has until tomorrow to decide whether to pay almost $8 million for a recount in Wisconsin, almost four times the cost for Green Party candidate Jill Stein in 2016. Additional charges come from the coronavirus, a shorter time frame, and increased security needs. Biden is ahead in the state by over 20,000 votes. An audit of Milwaukee County gave Biden a 17-vote increase. December 1 is Wisconsin’s deadline for certifying the vote. DDT may not have money for the recount because donations are primarily going to his PAC or the RNC.

DDT’s Lawsuits:

DDT’s campaign asked a Carson City court to declare DDT the winner of Nevada’s six presidential electors or annul the election, removing the state’s electoral votes. All lawsuits in Nevada to block or delay vote counting in Democratic-leaning Clark County have been rejected for little or no evidence of wrongdoing and fraud. Former Senate candidate Sharron Angle sued to replace the November 3 election with a completely new one. GOP state Senate candidate April Becker also sued Clark County and its registrar of voters for a new election in her race.

DDT’s legal team met today’s 5:00 pm deadline in Michigan to file proper paperwork to keep its case from being dismissed. This lawsuit is to stop the state’s certification of results until review of the election process. DDT’s team had not added three additional defendants—Detroit and Michigan’s NAACP and DNC.

Over a week ago after the media called the election for Biden/Harris, Pennsylvania attorney Marc Scaringi said on his radio show, “The litigation will not work.” His law firm’s website described Biden as the president-elect because he “successfully claimed the role of the 46th president of the United States.” That post has been deleted. After five DDT lawyers withdrew, Scaringi joined the DDT legal team to block Pennsylvania from certifying its election results. The judge has refused Scaringi’s request to delay today’s hearing; the judge won’t decide until Friday.

Lead attorney in the In Pennsylvania case, DDT’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani perplexed the judge with wild unsubstantiated allegations about “widespread nationwide voter fraud” before admitting he isn’t alleging fraud. The attorney for the state questioned whether Giuliani understands basic legal procedures. Giuliani also had to admit the complaint had been narrowed by dropping claims about poll watchers lacking access after he had declared the opposite the night before. Although not appearing in federal court since 1992, he maintained he hadn’t tried a case in “four or five years.”

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court reversed a lower court’s ruling, DDT’s only win, that a legal violation in Philadelphia not giving observers access to observe the vote count didn’t exist. State law “requires only that an authorized representative ‘be permitted to remain in the room in which the absentee ballots and mail-in ballots are pre-canvassed,’” according to the opinion signed by five justices.

Put in charge of DDT’s “election fraud” litigation, Giuliani is causing chaotic infighting among the campaign’s legal team and campaign officials. He and newly-assigned lawyer Jenna Ellis are attempting a campaign “coup” by wresting power. They claim DDT gave them full control over the legal strategy. Ellis, who refers to herself as “President-elect Jenna Ellis” on Twitter, told campaign staffers they report to her and ordered any remaining campaign staff they follow orders only from people named “Rudy or Jenna.” All other directives are to be ignored. Last Saturday, senior adviser Jason Miller and Ellis ended up in a “screaming match” in front of other staffers and threatened to call DDT to settle the question of who is in charge. Miller also called Ellis “crazy.”

Ellis has frequently given DDT questionable information about election fraud such as the false claim about Dominion Voting Systems deleting DDT votes. She also appeared on television without asking for approval from campaign officials. Yesterday, several lawyers representing DDT in a Pennsylvania lawsuit quit. That case can determine the litigation’s fate. DDT joined Giuliani and Miller in falsely claiming the campaign had not dropped an important part of the federal lawsuit in removing observers not being permitted to watch a count of 680,000 ballots in Pennsylvania. The revised case now affects only dozens of votes. Legal expert Richard Pildes refuted the GOP claims.

Tomorrow will be the fifth day with nothing official on DDT’s schedule. The only work he’s done for months has been to keep a job, and he only wants to stay out of prison and make money—and play golf.                   

COVID-19 in U.S. on November 17, 2020: 157,261 new cases; 1,615 deaths.

July 8, 2017

DDT: Week Twenty-Four – Mostly Russia!

The last week of Dictator Donald Trump (DDT) was dominated by North Korea, his world trip, the fallout from his commission’s demand to garner all the states’ voting data, GOP’s lies in their attempt to destroy health care, and, of course, his tweets. But there’s more.

The U.S. is rapidly losing its world leadership: a majority of people in the U.S. have more confidence in Angela Merkel, the chancellor of the country poised to take over the U.S.’s former position, than in DDT.

The White House publication of all its employees’ salaries shows a 37 percent discrepancy in male and female median earnings. Women’s median wage is $72,650 while men get $115,000. DDT’s gap is more than double the national gap of 17 percent and the largest since 2003. Of 22 staffers paid the highest in the White House, only five are women. In April, DDT revoked President Obama’s Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces order requiring companies with federal contracts to comply with labor and civil rights laws. DDT made it possible for all companies to pay workers unfairly.

Science has literally left the White House. The last three employees departed the science division of DDT’s Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP).

Although 222,000 jobs were added in June, new manufacturing jobs were half those in February, and 59,000 of the new jobs were in health and services—the area on the GOP chopping block with Trumpcare. DDT promised at least a four-percent increase in the economy in his first year, but Wall Street is forecasting half that or lower, about the average since President Obama brought the nation out of its Bush recession. The recent slump of the dollar comes from the world view of U.S. economy. As the Fed normalizes monetary policy by raising interest rates, the government has lost its opportunity for cheap loans to repair the nation’s infrastructure. Less federal tax revenue indicates faltering personal income. Although people think that the country is in good shape because of rising stock markets, some experts have expressed concern about the future of stocks.

DDT is clinging to his travel ban, but it’s alienating people—even grandparents—because of the highly restrictive definition of “close” relatives connected to people applying to come into the country. The exclusion of grandparents as “close family members” has hit social media.

The extremist radical policies from DDT are facing courts and sometimes losing. Scott Pruitt’s EPA huge favor to the oil and gas industry last month has been overturned. The Washington, D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Pruitt lacked authority to delay an Obama-era regulation cracking down on pollutants from drilling operations. /The EPA admitted that Pruitt’s two-year delay would have a bad affect on the health of children near oil and gas operations.

Tom Price’s HHS agency reported that the Affordable Care Act is “working as intended” because it protects insurers from big risks and moderates consumer premiums. The charge on plans with lower average risks that is transferred to higher-risk plans is neutral within every state. Another temporary plan, reinsurance, protects insurers from high-cost enrollees by paying companies for the first three years. Both plans are permanent in George W. Bush’s Medicare’s prescription program, Part D. Medicare Part D also assesses insurers collecting huge profits from the program and paying them to insurers with commensurate losses, but the GOP maintains that this is an insurer “bailout” for the ACA. Reinsurance reduced net claim costs by four to six percent in 2016. Stopping the program is driving up premiums for 2017 and 2018, thus the GOP is causing the infamous “death spiral” of health care.

Eighteen states plus the District of Columbia are suing Betsy DeVos because of her delay in regulations to protect federal student loan borrowers who have been defrauded by their schools. The rules, set to take effect last July 1, prohibit colleges from forcing students to settle complaints through arbitration instead of court and make it easier for the borrowers to seek debt forgiveness.

The Hatch Act prevents government officials in the executive branch from involvement in political activity; a 2012 amendment added disciplinary action to its violation. Dan Scorvino, DDT’s social media director, may have broken this law when he tweeted in April that DDT’s supporters should defeat Rep. Justin Amash (MI) in the primary. It goes far beyond his vicious tweets that almost equal those of DDT. During DDT’s campaign, Scorvino tweeted an anti-Semitic image of Hillary Clinton atop piles of hundred-dollar bills and a Jewish Star of David that read, “Most Corrupt Candidate Ever!” Another violator is UN Ambassador Nikki Haley for her retweeting a DDT message endorsing Ralph Norman, the Republican running for Congress in South Carolina’s 5th District. Norman won the special election.

Russia stays in the news:

Jared Kushner, DDT’s son-in-law, finalized a $285 million refinancing loan from Deutsche Bank the month before last November’s election when the bank was in court answering a federal mortgage fraud case and charges that it aided a possible Russian money-laundering scheme. DDT has also garnered almost $8 million from Russian government official Igor Zorin for Florida properties.

DDT’s longtime buddy Michael Cohen has lost his place in DDT’s inner circle to separate DDT from Russian connections. Cohen bought apartments from DDT, bullied DDT’s condo board into submission, and acted as intermediary with mafia-linked DDT business partner, Felix Sater, and Ukraine parliamentarian, Andrii Artemenko, soon after DDT’s inauguration. Artemenko gave Cohen documents to deliver to Michael Flynn before he was fired for Russian connections. Cohen denies reports that he met overseas with Russian officials and operatives, but he has acquired his own lawyer and refuses to provide documents to or appear before congressional intelligence committees.

Sater, a Russia-born real estate dealmaker who allegedly has organized crime links, is agreeing to testify in an international investigation into a Kazakh family’s dealings in the U.S. including the Trump SoHo in downtown New York City. Sater is a known mob informant who fled to Russia to avoid criminal charges. He was also in prison for slashing a man’s face with a broken cocktail glass. His history is here. DDT has said, “I am not involved in Russia.” That doesn’t mean that Russia isn’t involved with DDT. Others are also willing to report on DDT’s connection with financing the Trump SoHo in a front for money laundering.

Although Peter Smith, the man who may have been involved in Russian hacking, has died, the news about his attempts to get Hillary Clinton emails continues. A document of involved people lists senior members of DDT’s campaign, some of them now serving in the White House. Included are white supremacist Steve Bannon. DDT’s counselor Kellyanne Conway, senior Agriculture Department adviser Sam Clovis, and the fired national security adviser, Michael Flynn.  Security consultant Matt Tait, a Smith colleague, gave reasons “that the group was formed with the blessing of the Trump campaign.” The UK cyber-analyst wrote about how Smith recruited him to verify the accuracy of emails.

What has DDT’s Department of Homeland Security to investigate Russian cyber attacks on U.S. voting machines? Nothing.

Hackers from a foreign government—probably Russia—hacked at least a dozen U.S. power plants, including a nuclear facility in Kansas. DDT still hasn’t addressed the problem with Russian president, Vladimir Putin. After DDT’s talk with Putin in Hamburg (Germany) this past week, Putin came away with the impression that DDT agreed that there had been no hacking into the U.S. election.

The company that provides cybersecurity for the U.S. government, including the Pentagon, may lose its contract. Kaspersky Lab, based in Moscow, has certifications issued by the Russian Security Service (FSB) which allows the Russian government to examine anything from Kaspersky. Its security software is also sold at U.S. retail outlets such as Target and Walmart. U.S. intelligence is increasingly concerned that Kaspersky software could cyberattack U.S. infrastructure such as the electric grid, airlines, water utilities, etc. Former CIA station chief in Moscow, Steve Hall, pointed out the Russian control over all of Kasperky’s data:

“Any time [Russian President Vladimir Putin] wants Kaspersky to do something – anything – he’ll remind them that’s where their families are and where their bank accounts are. There’s no doubt in my mind it could be, if it’s not already, under the control of Putin.”

Last Sunday, Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) said, “I get so frustrated when we get focused on tweets.” DDT is responsible for Cassidy’s frustration, and over two-thirds of people in the United States wish that DDT would stop the tweeting. The miserable attacks on Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough were followed by a view of DDT’s fat ass in the air while he pummels a character labeled CNN. He didn’t create the video, but he retweeted it which makes it an official communication from the White House.

While in Germany, DDT attacked Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, John Podesta, claiming that all the foreign powers were talking about her email serve and tweeting that he “refused to give the DNC server to the FBI and the CIA.” A few DDT mistakes: Podesta’s emails were not on the DNC server; he was not involved with the DNC; the CIA spies on foreign governments and wasn’t investigating cyber-attacks on Clinton.  And DDT continually says that Russia wasn’t involved in the hacking.

“‘The president of the United States is the most powerful person in the world. The president is the spokesman for democracy and liberty. Isn’t it time we brought back the pomp and circumstance and the sense of awe for that office that we all held?’”

The above quotation is from DDT’s 2015 book, Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again. He should read it sometime.

 

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