Spooky! Forgotten 19th century novels feature the ‘marvellous’ adventures of a boy named Baron Trump who has a mentor named Don and embarks on a trip to Russia
- A set of books has emerged from the 1800s with similarities to the Trump family
- Titles are ‘Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey,’ ‘The Last President’
- The books are by an American children’s and political author Ingersoll Lockwood
- Odd references: upheaval after an election, a visit to Russia, and Castle Trump
- Conspiracy theorists are wild with speculations the Trump’s have a time machine
Three books have emerged from the late 1800s by the same author. The internet is freaking out over the multitude of similarities to the Trump family living in present day America to the tales in the tomes.
Ingersoll Lockwood, an American political writer and novelist, wrote books titled ‘Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey,’ ‘Little Baron Trump and His Wonderful Dog Bulgar’ and ‘The Last President.’
The book titles and the connections to President Donald Trump and his son Barron (with two ‘N’s as opposed to the book character Baron) are just the beginning of several spooky parallels.
The 19th century children’s novel says little Baron is bored by his life of luxury and has an active imagination and a ‘very active brain’ according to Newsweek.
It’s all strangely there. Of course the internet is spinning its wheels on conspiracy theories, but the most rampant one, which considering the evidence maybe shouldn’t be shrugged off so soon, is that the Trump family has a time machine.
Yes, a time machine.
JARED KUSHNER’S TESTIMONY ENDED MEDIA’S RUSSIA HYSTERIA: “The Quest to Prove Collusion is Crumbling”
- Jared Kushner’s statement and testimony before Congress have made Democrats and many in the media come to the realization that the collusion they were counting on just isn’t there
- A Washington Post op-ed by Ed Rogers titled, “The Quest to Prove Collusion is Crumbling”
- After his testimony, news producers and editors to realize that the story is fading.
The left is waving the white flag on fake Trump-Russia collusion story.
A Washington Post op-ed by Ed Rogers titled, “The Quest to Prove Collusion is Crumbling”, is a sign the exhausted Russia-deranged media are done with their hoax and just want to move to their next fake news or whatever anti-Trump piece they come up with.
The writer actually admits that the whole Russian collusion narrative is ‘the story that never was’.
From the Washington Post:
While everyone is fixated on President Trump’s unbecoming and inexplicable assault on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the media has been trying to sneak away from the “Russian collusion” story. That’s right. For all the breathless hype, the on-air furrowed brows and the not-so-veiled hopes that this could be Watergate, Jared Kushner’s statement and testimony before Congress have made Democrats and many in the media come to the realization that the collusion they were counting on just isn’t there.
As the date of the Kushner testimony approached, the media thought it was going to advance and refresh the story. But Kushner’s clear, precise and convincing account of what really occurred during the campaign and after the election has left many of President Trump’s loudest enemies trying to quietly back out of the room unnoticed.
Cable news airtime and in-print word count dedicated to the nonexistent collusion story appear to be dwindling. Democrats and their allies in the media seem less eager to talk about it, and when they do, they say something to the effect of “but, but, but … Kushner didn’t answer every question … He wasn’t under oath … There are still more witnesses … What about this or that new gadfly?” They are stammering. And it hasn’t taken long for news producers and editors to realize that the story is fading.
At last, the story that never was is not happening.
- “Donald Trump had a better message and ran a better campaign and that is why he won,” Kushner said. “Suggesting otherwise ridicules those who voted for him.”
- “I did not collude with Russia nor do I know anyone in the campaign who did so.”
Jared Kushner returned from a closed-door meeting with the Senate Intelligence Committee on Monday to reiterate the message he gave to investigators.
“Let me be very clear,” Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and top White House adviser, said in a public statement delivered outside the White House shortly after his meeting on Capitol Hill. “I did not collude with Russia nor do I know anyone in the campaign who did so.”
The Senate committee, along with its House counterpart and the FBI, is probing Russian efforts to influence last year’s election.
“Since the first questions were raised in March, I have been consistent in saying that I was eager to share any information I have with the investigating bodies, and I have done so today,” Kushner said. “The record and documents I have voluntarily provided will show that all of my actions were proper and occurred in the normal course of events of a very unique campaign.”
Kushner also took a shot at critics who suggest Russia’s interference helped Trump win the election.
“Donald Trump had a better message and ran a better campaign and that is why he won,” Kushner said. “Suggesting otherwise ridicules those who voted for him.”
After delivering his statement from an official White House lectern, Kushner left without taking questions from reporters.
Summer snow in Russia! On Saturday, July snowballs covered St. Petersburg in Russia after a heavy hailstorm hit the city. City residents took to social media to share the unusual summer scenery.
If you ask Al Gore and his climate change cult believers, the freaky summer snow is a another proof of ‘global warming.’
Witch hunt special counsel Robert Mueller not only talked and colluded with Russia over uranium, he actually flew to Russia and delivered the goods during a secret tarmac meeting after he landed.
In 2009, Secretary of State Hillary ‘crooked’ Clinton ordered then FBI Director Robert Mueller to deliver smuggled uranium to the Russians. Russia require that the transfer of uranium to be conducted at the airport, on the tarmac near by the plane, upon arrival of the Mueller’s aircraft.
In the meantime, don’t expect US-based Russia network CNN to report on this.
Background to the story via Wikileaks cable:
Background: Over two years ago Russia requested a ten-gram sample of highly enriched uranium (HEU) seized in early 2006 in Georgia during a nuclear smuggling sting operation involving one Russian national and several Georgian accomplices. The seized HEU was transferred to U.S. custody and is being held at a secure DOE facility.
In response to the Russian request, the Georgian Government authorized the United States to share a sample of the material with the Russians for forensic analysis. Director Mueller previously planned to deliver the sample in April (Ref A), but due to a scheduling conflict the trip was canceled.
Embassy Moscow LegAtt informed the FSB prior to Mueller’s intended April delivery and received confirmation that the FSB would take custody of the sample after the Director’s plane landed. EST Moscow also informed Rosatom of the planned transfer and that the U.S. placed a high priority on completing this transfer (Ref B). Once the LegAtt told FSB counterparts the April trip had been canceled, Ambassador Beyrle informed Igor Neverov (Ref C), who said that he understood but was disappointed the trip was postponed.
…We require that the transfer of this material be conducted at the airport, on the tarmac near by the plane, upon arrival of the Director’s aircraft.
From Zerohedge :
The FBI Director was originally scheduled to ‘return’ a sample from the DOE stockpile to the Russians in April but the trip was postponed until September 21.
Paragraph number 6 of the leaked cable confirms Dir. Mueller’s Sept. 21 flight to Moscow.
“(S/Rel Russia) Action request: Embassy Moscow is requested to alert at the highest appropriate level the Russian Federation that FBI Director Mueller plans to deliver the HEU sample once he arrives to Moscow on September 21. Post is requested to convey information in paragraph 5 with regard to chain of custody, and to request details on Russian Federation’s plan for picking up the material. Embassy is also requested to reconfirm the April 16 understanding from the FSB verbally that we will have no problem with the Russian Ministry of Aviation concerning Mueller’s September 21 flight clearance.”
Russian translator at Donald Trump Jr. meeting worked with then FBI Director Robert Mueller and State Department
- Russian translator, Anatoli Samochornov, worked with the State Department and the FBI during Robert Mueller’s tenure as Director of the Bureau, according to documents obtained by True Pundit.
( TruePundit ) The Russian translator at the Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump Jr. worked with the State Department and the FBI during Robert Mueller’s tenure as Director of the Bureau, according to documents obtained by True Pundit.
Mueller, the former FBI director, is currently the United States Special Counsel investigating President Donald Trump’s administration and White House aides for alleged connections to supposed Russian factions. While Big Media has tried to portray Trump’s eldest son, Donald Jr., as having orchestrated a clandestine meeting with the Russians to attempt to find dirt on Hillary Clinton, few can seem to explain how a person linked to the FBI and Mueller, who was calling the shots for the Bureau at the time, ended up at the very same Trump Tower sit down.
Mueller’s office did not return calls for comment. The translator, Anatoli Samochornov, who also worked for the US State Department until recently, could not be reached for comment either. Former FBI officials with knowledge of the meeting and possible other FBI work performed by Samochornov refused to go on the record.
Samochornov has worked as an intelligence attache and translator for the United States in varying capacities for years. In 2010, while Mueller was FBI Director, Samochornov worked with the head of the New York FBI field office, FBI Acting Special Agent in Charge Lauren Anderson. Anderson worked with Samochornov in his role as “Program Officer” tor the State Department’s International Visitor & leadership program.
Anderson, who is now retired from the FBI, could not be reached for comment, although she has been quoted in the New York Times applauding ex-FBI boss James Comey’s alleged diligent note taking for his alleged memos compiled against President Trump. Anderson worked high profile espionage cases in Europe, Russia, France, and western Africa for the Bureau and ran the global terrorism program of the FBI’s New York Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) before her recent retirement, FBI sources said.
- Jay Sekulow on Russia meeting: “If this was nefarious, why’d the Secret Service allow these people in?”
Donald Trump attorney Jay Skulow appeared on ABC Sunday morning show to talk about the fake news media’s latest fabricated hysteria about Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with DNC-link Russian lawyer and Russian lobbyist:
“If this was nefarious, why did the Secret Service allow these people in?” Sekulow asked.
“The president had Secret Service protection at that point. That raised a question with me,” he continued.
“The president was not aware of that meeting did not attend that meeting. Donald Trump Jr. himself said things should’ve been done differently. Having said that again, none of that is violation of the law. That’s more process.”