Donald J. Trump is "A Liar" ... | Beaufort County Now | One thing I have noticed about President Donald J. Trump: "He lies constantly" ... until it all becomes perfectly true. | Donald J. Trump, James Comey, FBI, CIA, DOJ, FISA warrants, Trump Towers, wire tapped, Andrew McCabe

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Donald J. Trump is "A Liar" ...

And the Propagandists of the Fake News Will Never Let the Gullible Forget It.

    One thing I have noticed about President Donald J. Trump: "He lies constantly" ... until it all becomes perfectly true.

    "He lied" about our "valued, always honest FBI /CIA /DOJ ... how dare he (?) ... it was beyond the pale"; Mr. Trump referred to it as the 'corrupt Deep State'.

    And then ... we learn that the DOJ /FBI elected to spy on his Republican candidacy for the presidency by employing illegal /unethical FISA warrants.

    President Trump lied about Trump Towers being "wire tapped" ...

    And then ... we learned that not only Mr. Trump was explicitly monitored, but his entire campaign in the closing months when he was closing in on an unsuspected victory.

    Now, recently, we learned that the President lied about 'not working with Russia', when the FBI started an investigation into this President for doing just that.

    And then ... later we discover that the FBI orchestrated that very investigation into this duly elected President by the former acting head of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, once James Comey was fired for just, and inexplicable cause. Andrew McCabe was later also fired after the Inspector General found Mr. McCabe guilty of dishonesty, bias, and malfeasance. Mr. McCabe's wife received contributions of well over a half of a million dollars from Hillary Clinton centered Democrats for her candidacy for the Commonwealth of Virginia's Legislature.

    Will President Trump be Impeached by all that know he is a "first class liar?" Or ... will he be exonerated after being accused by the greatest hypocrites, the most patently dishonest political party, today's Democrat party, who are inextricably bolstered by the greatest gang of collusive propagandists - the Fake News - this nation has ever known?

    It really depends on YOU what happens next; Impeachment or exoneration and re-election.

    Pay attention, and pay attention NOW!


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