The Greatest Fear of Progressive Communist Democrats: Exposure and Accountability



Speaker of the House is one of the most powerful positions in the United States government, third in succession to replace the President after the Vice President. And one might expect that a GOP Speaker, even an establishment RINO (Republican In Name Only), would not sell out his Country or his Party by conspiring to hide evidence of a silent coup d'état by government intelligence and law enforcement officials on behalf of the opposition party.

So, how can former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan represent himself as an honest broker representing the Republican Party when it appears that he withheld information that he and his staff possessed a copy of the Steele Dossier before asking Representative Nunes and Kash Patel to investigate the matter? This is not speculation; it was revealed in Christopher Steele's sworn testimony in a British courtroom.


Steve Bannon is interviewing Kash Patel...

HUGE! Kash Patel Drops a Bomb — British Court Reveals Paul Ryan Was the First One to Receive a Copy of Steele Dossier Back in 2016 and He Hid This For Years!

Kash Patel: Remember in 2016, let's rewind the tape. It was Russia collusion, Russia collusion, Russia collusion. Then Speaker Paul Ryan enlisted me and Devin Nunez to investigate the Russia collusion.

Nobody knew what the Steele dossier was in 2016. They had already gone to the federal court and unlawfully surveilled Donald Trump with it. But we didn't find out until after we completed our investigation in 2018, was that the Speaker, Paul Ryan, who charged us with investigating Russiagate, was the first guy to ever get a copy of the Steele dossier in 2016.

He never told us. He still never admitted it. It finally was admitted in a British court where Christopher Steele was being sued. Just think about it, Steve. We could have asked, Where did you get it? Who did you get it from? How was it paid for? All of these secrets could have come out under this man's very investigation, but he rigged it from the beginning.

So I'm done listening to lectures about the new conservative brand that is Paul Ryan, and anytime he wants to debate me, I'm all in. He charged us with an investigation that he rigged because he didn't want Donald Trump to succeed. He kneecapped him from the beginning. That guy's talking about not going to the RNC. No one wants him there. He's so arrogant. He doesn't understand the simple fact that we put out the truth.

Steve Bannon:  Are you telling me and telling this audience in a British court filing that Steele filed under penalty of perjury, he identified that Paul Ryan actually had the Steele dossier before he charged you guys, House Intel, to look into this, and he never informed Devin Nunez, the chairman of that? That's impossible to believe. Are you sure about this?

Kash Patel: 100% accurate. The Steele dossier was handed to Paul Ryan's Chief of Staff in 2016. They put out a mealy-mouth of retreat to it, response to it, which basically said, 'Oh, we didn't get it from Christopher Steele directly. They admitted it in court that they had a copy the entire time, and they didn't tell us in 2016, they didn't tell us in 2017, they didn't tell us in 2018.

The quintessential piece of evidence which was exposed because I went to DOJ and got the FISA, which the Steele dossier was an entire part of, and Paul Ryan was the one that fought us tooth and nail, and remember, on declassifying it. Now we know why. He had it for sure. He is a total coward. <Source>

While Donald Trump is known to be transactional and forgiving of his detractors, let us recognize the damage one snake in the tent can cause.

Embracing enemies who profess to support you but later betray you poses several dangers. Among them:

1. Erosion of Trust

After fear, trust is the foundation of any political relationship. When enemies are embraced without proper vetting, they can undermine trust in the candidate and their policies. This can lead to a general atmosphere of suspicion and fear, where guilt by association can impact genuine allies, who are then viewed with skepticism.

2. Damage to Reputation

Being betrayed by someone you embraced can damage your reputation. It might appear that you lack judgment and people skills, especially the ability to discern true intentions. This can weaken your standing and influence with both team members and supporters. 

3. Strategic Disadvantages

Enemies who are embraced and later betray you can gain valuable insight into your strategies, plans, and vulnerabilities that can be used against you, putting you at a significant disadvantage.

4. Emotional and Psychological Impact

Betrayal can have a profound emotional and psychological impact. It can lead to feelings of hurt, anger, and disillusionment, which can affect decision-making and inappropriate behavior.

5. Resource Drain

Investing time, energy, and resources into relationships with those who eventually betray you wastes valuable resources that could have been better spent strengthening bonds with genuine allies.

6. Potential for Greater Harm

An enemy who gains your trust can cause greater harm than one who remains openly hostile. They can infiltrate your circle, sow discord, and cause significant damage before revealing their true intentions.

7. Undermining Team Morale

If others in your circle see that you are easily deceived or that betrayers go unpunished, it can undermine their morale to the point where they may feel less secure and less motivated to support you and your policies.

Bottom line...

As Dan Bongino advises, "cutesy time is over." Stomp on the snakes that bit you in the past as a warning to other snakes who believe they can denigrate you and subvert your political agenda with impunity.

We are so screwed.

-- Steve

“Nullius in verba”-- take nobody's word for it!
"Acta non verba" -- actions not words

“Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.”-- George Bernard Shaw

“Progressive, liberal, Socialist, Marxist, Democratic Socialist -- they are all COMMUNISTS.”

“The key to fighting the craziness of the progressives is to hold them responsible for their actions, not their intentions.” – OCS

"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius

“A people that elect corrupt politicians, imposters, thieves, and traitors are not victims... but accomplices” -- George Orwell

“Fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt." (The people gladly believe what they wish to.) ~Julius Caesar

“Describing the problem is quite different from knowing the solution. Except in politics." ~ OCS