Silent Coup: The Frame Up of An Elected President

Crime Scene Staging

A staged or simulated crime scene is the physical manifestation of deception. It involves the deliberate alteration of the physical evidence by the offender to simulate events or offenses that did not occur for the purpose of misleading authorities or redirecting the investigation (Geberth, 2006; Turvey, 2008)

Now back to James.

1.9

Appendix 11 Motive.

https://pure.bond.edu.au/ws/portalfiles/portal/18275117/The_Defects_of_the_Situation.pdf

http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.886.3388&rep=rep1&type=pdf

Frame; Frame-up

From Dictionary.com and Wikipedia:

In the United States criminal law, a frame-up (frameup) or setup is the act of framing someone, that is, providing false evidence or false testimony in order to falsely prove someone guilty of a crime. While incriminating those who are innocent might be done out of sheer malice, framing is primarily used as a distraction.

 Post, Sean; Schumm, Jeanne Shay (1997). Executive Learning: Successful Strategies for College Reading and Studying. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Distraction is the process of diverting the attention of an individual or group from a desired area of focus and thereby blocking or diminishing the reception of desired information. Distraction is caused by: the lack of ability to pay attention; lack of interest in the object of attention; or the great intensity, novelty or attractiveness of something other than the object of attention.


What is the DOJ, FBI, CIA and NSA hiding?
Where is the FBI and Director Wray? Where is the Secret Service? Where is DOJ?
SUA has proprietary intel concerning the greatest crimes ever committed against the American people.

“North by Northwest”

From: Rick Collins, Attorney at Law

“The Rogue Informant: Lessons from a Frame”

highlights an important case and its legal implications – and gives important lessons in detecting and dealing with a “rogue informant” – and how to establish a client’s innocence, clear a name – and preserve justice.

COLLINS GANN McCLOSKEY & BARRY PLLC

138 Mineola Boulevard

Mineola, New York 11501

Phone: 516-294-0300 
Fax: 516-294-0477

Law-abiding citizens can be “set up” and framed for criminal acts. In criminal law today, the topic of framing is a very real issue particularly when it has to do with the role that “informants”, and particularly a deceitful informant, can play in setting up a totally innocent person to best serve their own interests.

Jeanine Pirro says Trump was ‘framed’


Fox News host Jeanine Pirro made unsubstantiated claims Sunday that President Trump has been “framed” amid special counsel Robert Mueller’s federal Russia investigation.

by Naomi Lim | September 02, 2018 04:07 PM

“I’ve been in law enforcement for over three decades. This guy was framed,” Pirro told John Catsimatidis on AM 970 New York’s ” The Cats Roundtable.” “The crisscrossing and the incestuous nature of our government in an attempt to prevent the outsider president that we wanted from getting elected is frightening.”

Pirro, a Trump ally and former Westchester County Court judge in New York, made the charge as she alleged connections between Mueller, the Justice Department, the FBI, and Democrats like Hillary Clinton as the special counsel investigates whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

She also evoked the Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Act warrant application filed by the FBI seeking permission to gather information on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, who had questionable ties to Russia. The application was based on, in part, the controversial, salacious dossier compiled by ex-British intelligence officer Christopher Steele.

“Nobody is looking at the corruption,” Pirro continued. “It’s all one-sided, the corruption on the part of the Democrats.”

Justice Department official Bruce Ohr reportedly testified to lawmakers that he told various colleagues at DOJ and the FBI about his relationship with Steele, as well as the fact his wife Nellie Ohr worked as a contractor for Fusion GPS, the firm that commissioned the anti-Trump dossier.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/jeanine-pirro-says-trump-was-framed#!

“Imagine if U will…”

“How come the lights went on before he clapped?”




Trump Slams ‘Bullshit’ Investigations and ‘Lunatic’ Democrats in Rambling Two-hour CPAC Speech

The Associated Press

“Get ’em outta here!’ “Fascism rides in from the left not the right”…”History repeats itself and history is relevant!” Dr. Gordon Prange, Phd. The University of Maryland. Please define them. NICE tie!

President Donald Trump State of Union, Washington, USA – 05 Feb 2019. The twits on twitter were ablaze over his tie.
President Donald Trump CPAC 2019 Oxon Hill, Md.

After a trying week of tumult and setbacks, Trump delivered a stemwinder Saturday that extended beyond two hours and hardly left him winded

In a slashing, rambling speech packed with braggadocio and grievance, U.S. President Donald Trump denounced Democrats as the party of “the socialist nightmare,” relitigated his crowd sizes back to the inauguration and took on “sick,” lunatic” and “dirty” foes at every turn, earning him the unvarnished adoration of cheering conservatives.

After a trying week of tumult and setbacks, Trump delivered a stemwinder Saturday that extended beyond two hours and hardly left him winded.

Trump let loose against House Democrats, who are broadening their investigations of him, predicted he would win re-election by a greater margin than his 2016 victory, taunted his potential White House challengers and sounded themes that are staples of his rallies. He complained often of getting “no credit” for his achievements as he proudly drifted “off script” at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

His remarks capped a week that saw his nuclear summit with North Korea’s leader collapse without an agreement, his former lawyer deliver damaging congressional testimony about his character and business practices and Congress take action to nullify his emergency declaration to secure money for the border wall that lawmakers have denied him.

On the stage, he was a prideful and at times profane figure as he complained that past political appointments had allowed a situation where political foes were trying to take him out with “bullshit.”

Trump reached back to old criticisms of his ex-attorney general, mocking Jeff Sessions’ Southern accent and calling him “weak and ineffective.”

It took him more than an hour to get to the message that Republicans and members of his administration have been emphasizing in recent weeks as they try to brand Democratic policy ideas as socialism.

“America will never be a socialist country,” he said. “Socialism is not about the environment, it’s not about justice, it’s not about virtue.” He said it’s about “power for the ruling class.”

For every prepared line like that, there were multiple improvisations from a president on policy and personality.

“That’s how I got elected — by being off script,” Trump said early in his speech as the crowd roared its approval.

He took particular delight in going after the Democrats’ Green New Deal, brought forward by some liberal Democrats in Congress and backed to varying degrees by several of the party’s 2020 presidential candidates.

“I think the New Green Deal or whatever the hell they call it — the Green New Deal — I encourage it,” Trump said mockingly as he wound up for a round of exaggeration. “I think it’s really something that they should promote. They should work hard on it. … No planes, no energy. When the wind stops blowing that’s the end of your electric. Let’s hurry up. Darling, is the wind blowing today? I’d like to watch television, darling.”

He returned to the topic again and again, and jokingly kicked himself for doing so, saying it would give the Democrats time to back away from it. He also turned the topic into an attack of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and one of the top Democratic contenders for president.

“I’m going to regret this. This speech should have been delivered one year from now, not now, damn it.” Trump said. “I should have saved the Pocahontas thing for another year because that destroyed her political career and now I won’t get a chance to run against her. I don’t want to knock out all of the good stuff and wind up with somebody who’s actually got talent.”

Trump also went after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, essentially accusing him of being a drag on the economy.

“We have a gentleman that likes raising interest rates in the Fed. We have a gentleman that loves quantitative tightening in the Fed. We have a gentleman that likes a very strong dollar in the Fed,” Trump said. ”…With all of that, we’re doing great. Can you imagine if we left interest rates where they were?”

Trump defended his declaration of a national emergency to obtain wall funding beyond the $1.4 billion that Congress approved for border security. He said the order doesn’t set a bad precedent for future administrations because Democrats are “going to do that anyway, folks. The best way to stop that is to make sure I win the election.”

Trump continued to bask in his 2016 victory and the crowds that attend his events. He talked of how few gave him a chance to win.

“I think we’re going to do even better in 2020,” Trump said.

When he made his prediction of a second term, the crowd responded with chants of “USA, USA, USA.”

He also took a lengthy detour back to the inauguration, claiming that an enormous if not unprecedented crowd showed up, contrary to the thorough video and photo coverage that showed otherwise.

Trump revisited his meeting with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, calling their summit “very productive.” He also took another crack at explaining his remarks that he didn’t believe Kim knew about or would have allowed the death of Otto Warmbier, the American college student who was held prisoner in North Korea, then sent home in a vegetative state. His remarks were widely criticized and led the Warmbier family to say they held Kim and his regime responsible for their son’s death.

“I’m in such a horrible position because in one way I have to negotiate. In the other way, I love Mr. and Mrs. Warmbier and I love Otto. And it’s a very, very delicate balance,” Trump said.

With special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation seemingly approaching its end, Trump spoke of the “collusion delusion” and lashed out at newly empowered House Democrats who are opening new inquires involving him.

“This phony thing,” Trump said of the Russia probe, “looks like it’s dying so they don’t have anything with Russia there, no collusion. So now they go in and morph into ‘Let’s inspect every deal he’s ever done. We’re going to go into his finances. We’re going to check his deals. We’re going to check’ — these people are sick.”

House Democrats are undertaking several broad new investigations that reach far beyond Mueller’s focus on Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion between Russians and the Trump campaign. So far, Mueller has not brought any public charges alleging a criminal conspiracy between the campaign and Russia; the investigation continues.

Their efforts increased this past week after Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, appeared before two House committees and a Senate committee. In his public testimony before the House Oversight and Reform Committee, Cohen called the president a “con man” and a “cheat” and gave Democrats several new leads for inquiry.

https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/trump-slams-bullshit-investigations-and-lunatic-democrats-at-cpac-1.6983083

From The Alabama Vth: What Does DNC Stand For…Rep. Brooks Calls it what it IS…

Republican congressman reads Hitler quotes on the House floor to slam Democrats and the press

Rep. Brooks Blasts Socialist & Media Use of “Big Lie Propaganda Theory” in Russia Collusion Scam

  • Republican Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama read from ‘Mein Kampf’ by Adolf Hitler on the House floor.
  • Brooks used Hitler’s quotes about propaganda to denigrate Democrats and the media.
  • Brooks claimed that Democrats’ suggestions that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government in the 2016 election was similar to Hitler’s “Big Lie ” idea.

WASHINGTON — Republican Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama read quotes from Adolf Hitler aloud on the House floor Monday in an attempt to denigrate his Democratic colleagues and members of the media.

Brooks spent the portion of his nearly five-minute speech quoting from Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” and applying its lessons to how he believes certain groups have behaved toward President Donald Trump as it related to the now-closed special counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.

“For more than two years, socialist Democrats and their fake news media allies — CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, Washington Post, and countless others — have perpetrated the biggest political lie, con, scam and fraud in American history,” Brooks said.

Brooks, who previously ran for Senate in Alabama before losing the primary race, added that allegations of Trump colluding with the Russians “are nothing but a Big Lie!” pointing to the summary of the Mueller report authored by Attorney General William Barr.

Barr’s summary said that Mueller had concluded that there was no coordination between the president’s 2016 campaign and the Russian government.

Brooks added that those opposed to Trump “will double down and propagate even more big lies because doubling down is essential to ‘Big Lie’ theory.”

“In that vein, I quote from another Socialist who mastered ‘Big Lie’ propaganda to maximum, and deadly, effect,” Brooks added before directly quoting Hitler.

“In the big lie, there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods,” he said, reading Hitler’s words.

“It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously,” Brooks continued, still quoting Hitler. “Even though the facts which prove this to be so may be brought clearly to their minds, they will still doubt and waver and will continue to think that there may be some other explanation.”

Brooks, who later uploaded the remarks to his office’s official YouTube channel, then warned against Hitler’s words and said, “America can either learn from history or be doomed to repeat it.”

“When it comes to ‘Big Lie’ political propaganda in America, as the Mueller report confirms, America’s socialists and their fake news media allies are experts and have no peers,” he said. “Regardless, America must reject their ‘Big Lies’ or succumb to the danger that lurks, and horrific damage that results.”

The Rise Part 1
The Rise 2/6

The Rise 3/6

The Rise 4/6

The Rise 5/6
The Rise 6/6

A Message to President Donald Trump from MG. Paul Vallely, U.S. Army (ret.)


God Bless America!
……”stand beside her, and guide her, through the night with the light from above”…


The Principles of War Revisited

By:

Paul E. Vallely, MG – US Army (Ret)

Released by Stand Up America US Foundation

2/27/2019

After a careful examination and analysis of the international and national situation and the major threats to the United States, I am recommending that President Trump begin using several of the Principles to secure America for the future. Mr. President, it is time to go on the offense, as you are doing in other areas like the economy, reducing regulations and providing employment for many Americans. Playing defense politically, in any way, will never defeat/overcome the Socialist Democrats and weak Republicans in the long run! Foreign threats are a different issue and will not be addressed here. The battle at our Border is a real war! The principles of war that I learned as a student during my studies at West Point, and later at the Army War College, provided me insights into the use of offense and defense in war and politics. Clausewitz in his book, “On War” has been very influential on military and political thinking.

The initial essay dealt with the tactics of combat and suggested the following general principles.

Clausewitz focuses on the importance of moral factors, making the best use of the few means available, as well as calmness and firmness, and without firm resolution no great results can be achieved with success.

1

· Discover how we may gain a preponderance of physical forces and material advantages at the decisive point.

· To calculate moral factors.

· Make the best use of the few means at our disposal.

2

· Never lack calmness and firmness…without this firm resolution, no great results can be achieved in the most successful war.

· Always have the choice between the most audacious and the most careful solution…no military leader has ever become great without audacity.

Based on the above, Clausewitz went on to suggest principles for tactics.

· The Defense

· The Offense

· The Use of Troops/Forces are more effective in a concentric rather than in a parallel attack; attack concentrically without having decisive superiority in an engagement.

· Always seek to envelop that part of the enemy against which we direct our main attack

· I would also add the importance of using strategic psychology in dealing with opponents.

Clausewitz also included in the essay general principles of strategy by saying that Warfare has several main objects. The ones that are starred should be considered and used by President Trump:

· To conquer and destroy the power of the enemy

· To take possession of his material and other sources of strength, and to direct our operations against the places where most of these resources are concentrated.*

· To gain public opinion, won through great victories. *

· Use our entire force with the utmost energy.*

· The decisive point of attack

· Surprise plays a much greater role in tactics than in strategy.*

· An attack on the lines of communication takes effect only very

slowly, while victory on the field of battle bears fruit immediately

· In strategy, therefore, the side that is surrounded by the enemy is

better off than the side which surrounds its opponent, especially

with equal or even weaker forces

· Be physically and morally superior. *

I am not in any way suggesting that military action options be advanced in the United States but for the President and his supporters to use these Principles as necessary to save the Republic from destruction.

3

MG Vallely is Chairman, Stand Up America US

www.standupamericaus.org

Contact: chairmanstandupamericaus@gmail.com

Paul E Vallely MG, US Army (Ret)

Chairman, Stand Up America US Foundation

Chairman – Legacy National Security Advisory Group

Founding Member – Citizens Commission on National Security

Co – Trustee , Soldiers Memorial Fund Foundation

S

A Tribute to Admiral Ace Lyons: A 21st Century Swamp Fox

A Tribute to Admiral Ace Lyons: A 21st Century Swamp Fox


By Joseph Schmitz

February 16, 2019

“We the People” need now more than ever a few more “Swamp Foxes” like the late great Admiral James Aloysius “Ace” Lyons: a 21st Century Francis Marion.

Francis Marion served during the American Revolutionary War. According to The Society of the Cincinnati, “the nation’s oldest patriotic organization, founded in 1783 by officers of the Continental Army,” past presidents general of which include George Washington and Alexander Hamilton, Marion fought “during the defense of Charleston in 1776 and rose to the rank of colonel in the Second South Carolina Regiment. After the fall of Charleston in 1780, Marion was appointed brigadier general of State Troops and launched an effective campaign of harassment against British detachments around the state. His cunning and success in eluding capture in the coastal lowlands earned him the grudging admiration of his opponents and an enduring place in South Carolina lore as the ‘Swamp Fox’.”

As a modern-day Swamp Fox, Admiral Ace Lyons continued to serve after his retirement from naval service in 1987 by taking on the same swamp that President Donald Trump was elected in 2016 to drain — the administrative state run amuck.

Another retired flag officer, U.S. Military Academy graduate and retired Air Force Lieutenant General Thomas McInerney, described Ace Lyons at the latter’s January 11, 2019, Naval Academy funeral reception as “the Navy’s version of George Patton.”

Products of competing service academies, George Patton of West Point and Ace Lyons of Annapolis, neither George Patton nor Ace Lyons cowered in the face of political correctness. Both exuded extraordinary leadership, courage, and patriotism.

The biography in Admiral Lyons’ funeral program describes him as having “retired as a four-star admiral and commander in chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet on October 1, 1987.  . . . A graduate of both the Naval War College and the National War College, he was a principal advisor on significant Joint Chiefs of Staff matters and is considered the ‘father’ of the Navy Red Cell, an anti-terrorism group comprised of Navy SEALs.

“After 36 years of naval service, Admiral Lyons embarked on an equally impressive career as President/CEO of LION Associates, LLC, a premier global consulting company. His many positions included Chairman of the Center for Security Policy’s Military Committee and the senior member of the Citizens Commission on Benghazi.”

In and out of uniform, Ace Lyons personified Article One of the 1775 Naval Regulations, in which the Continental Congress mandated that, “The Commanders of all ships and vessels belonging to the thirteen united colonies, are strictly required to shew in themselves a good example of honor and virtue . . . and to discountenance and suppress all dissolute, immoral and disorderly practices.”

Speaking of “dissolute, immoral and disorderly practices,” Admiral Lyons after retirement took on the various strains of “social engineering” being promoted by politicians and academicians at the time to the grave detriment of military readiness. One web-posted video tribute to Admiral Lyons begins by Admiral Lyons asking his audience:

“Where is our military leadership on all these social engineering issues? They’re violating their oath of office. There’s no question about it. However, they’ve been silenced by the political correctness gestapo watchdogs, and it really distresses me to see that, because I believe no President could withstand the entire Joint Chiefs of Staff standing up and saying, ‘We’re not doing that and if you go ahead here’s our papers. It wouldn’t happen.”

The ongoing abuses of power by inhabitants of the current “swamp” in Washington, D.C. wouldn’t happen any more if more American patriots would follow the lead of the late great Admiral Ace Lyons, an extraordinarily courageous modern-day Swamp Fox.

May God rest the soul of Admiral James Aloysius “Ace” Lyons, a role model for any patriotic American willing to take on the administrative state run amuck, in or out of uniform.

Joseph E. Schmitz served as a foreign policy and national security advisor to Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign. The opinions expressed in this article are his personal opinions. Schmitz served as Inspector General of the Department of Defense from 2002-2005 and is now Chief Legal Officer of Pacem Solutions International. He graduated with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy, earned his J.D. degree from Stanford Law School, and is author of “The Inspector General Handbook: Fraud, Waste, Abuse, and Other Constitutional ‘Enemies, Foreign and Domestic.”