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Sunday, September 10, 2017

Evidence of Trump-Russia collusion found

A report in the Mirror makes plain that President Trump is colluding with the Russians.

To defeat the Islamic State.

You know, the group Barack Obama mocked as the JV squad.

You know, the group responsible for oh, a hundred thousand deaths.

That's right. The Muslim Antifa.

President Trump is working with Arab leaders, Israel, and Russia to bring them down.

Not since World War II have Russians and Americans found a common enemy.

Three days ago, Russia dropped on the Islamic State an Aviation Thermobaric Bomb of Increased Power, which has been dubbed the father of all bombs.

With ISIS’ three-year blockade of Deir ez-Zor effectively broken by government forces, the offensive against the terrorists continues. The Syrian army, supported by Russian forces from the air, has succeeded in breaking the siege of an important air base, thereby retaking it from the terrorist group.
"On September 9, following a massive air strike by the Russian Air Force, Syrian government forces overcame the fierce resistance of ISIL terrorists in the area surrounding an air field to the south-east of Deir ez-Zor," the ministry said in a statement.
Earlier on Saturday, Syrian state TV reported that the Teym oilfield was recaptured from Islamic State terrorists. This eastern part of Syria is an oil-rich area.
The forces now aim to retake the remaining parts of Deir ez-Zor from the terrorists. The army is said to be on the verge of fully liberating the city, which is one of the last IS strongholds in Syria.
The breaking of the blockade happened earlier this week, after a series of successful operations carried out by the Syrian Army with the support of the Russian Air Force.
Islamic State ammunition warehouses were identified by the Syrian Air Force during the operation, Syrian Army General Ahmad Sulaiman told RT, saying that the military also "listened in to meetings in which the terrorists planned attacks inside and around Deir ez-Zor."
"With the help of Russian air power, the Syrian Air Force struck these places ahead of the arrival of Syrian government troops. This weakened ISIL's ability to attack and to call in reinforcements from Raqqa and Palmyra," the Syrian Army commander said.
He added that the Syrian forces "fought fierce battles," as the jihadists "had planted improvised explosive devices and car bombs all around."
You may recall that when President Trump sent 59 missiles to cripple an air base in Syria, he tipped off the Russians -- who likely tipped off the Syrians. He wanted maximum damage, minimum loss of life.

The next month, the Washington Post indulged in hysteria because President Trump met with Russian leaders in the Oval Office.

On May 15, the Washington Post reported, President "Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minister and ambassador."


It was information about the Islamic State.

Likely from the Israelis.

Later in the month, President Trump met with Arab and Muslim leaders in Riyadh -- and then flew to Israel. Directly. He ignored Saudi Arabia's refusal to recognize Israel as a nation.

The world has seen the face of radical Islam, and lived with it for decades.

President Hashtag is gone.

President Trump is working with adversaries to defeat a common enemy.

Meanwhile, W.J. Hennigan of the Los Angeles Times reported:
U.S. intelligence analysts have gained valuable insights into Islamic State’s planning and personnel from a vast cache of digital data and other material recovered from bombed-out offices, abandoned laptops and the cellphones of dead fighters in recently liberated areas of Iraq and Syria.
In the most dramatic gain, U.S. officials over the last two months have added thousands of names of known or suspected Islamic State operatives to an international watch list used at airports and other border crossings. The Interpol database now contains about 19,000 names.
The intelligence haul — the largest since U.S. forces entered the war in mid-2014 — threatens to overwhelm already stretched counter-terrorism and law enforcement agencies in Europe, where Islamic State has claimed responsibility for attacks in Paris, London and Stockholm this year.
With the extremist group’s army and self-declared caliphate fast shrinking, U.S. officials are concerned that foreign-born militants who once flocked to Iraq and Syria will try to escape before the U.S.-led coalition or other military forces can kill them.
In recent weeks, U.S.-backed ground forces have sent an estimated 30 terabytes of data — equal to nearly two years of nonstop video footage — to the National Media Exploitation Center in Bethesda, Md., a little-known arm of the Pentagon’s Defense Intelligence Agency, according to officials who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the intelligence.
Analysts there are scrutinizing handwritten ledgers, computer spreadsheets, thumb drives, mobile phone memory cards and other materials for clues to terrorist cells or plots in Europe or elsewhere.
"The reason electronic exploitation is so critical is that enemy forces doesn't fake those records," an intelligence official said. "When you interrogate someone they can hide facts, but logs of phone calls and video clips don't lie. That stuff isn't made-up."
It's not all Trump.

Very little of it is.

But he's doing his job.

The Lone Ranger was a good radio and TV show, but it makes a lousy policy -- and is no way to win a war.


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  1. This column should be on the front page of every newspaper in the country! It is an eye opener! Thank you, Don.

  2. It's a dam*d shame that we could accomplish so much more good, carefully working with the Russians who also need a peaceful world - but we have so many anti-Trump overgrown crybabies trying to make Putin more, not less, hostile.

  3. He is doing his job and the jobs of many others. Plus he is using economic threats to get others to act. This is what I call a man.

  4. The U.S., Russia, and China have more interests in common than differences. It's time to bury the Cold War attitudes and rivalries and work together. President Trump seems to understand this and has been trying to bring Russia and China around as well. - Elric

  5. Excellent column, Don! Good points, that I hadn't considered. Which is good reporting!

    Sad that we don't find this kind of reporting anywhere in the MSM any more.

    And I agree: the Lone Ranger was good- but NOT the 2013 movie.

    That was an abomination, where the Lone Ranger was portrayed as an idiot while Tonto did all the thinking, while wearing a dead bird on his head. Yecch! Really made me angry, that movie. Not recommended, unless you want high blood pressure!

  6. The enemy of our enemy is not necessarily our friend, but if he's an ally long enough...