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Hank Sullivan: What’s up Trump’s sleeve?
Hank Sullivan
Hank Sullivan is a Forsyth County resident, businessman, author and speaker on American history, economics and geopolitics.

I have written several times now how President Donald Trump “holds all the cards.”  

There is nothing the D.C. Democrats, or those around the country, can legally do to avoid the natural course of events justice requires, or the upcoming red wave in the November midterms. And notice that everything the Dems attempt works in reverse. While each of the Democrat’s desperate efforts might work effectively to cement the political resolve of the radical left, meaning those who will vote Democrat regardless, recent Democrat tactics, many perceived indecent and morally repugnant, have convinced more and more American voters in the middle, which is where the real midterm battle occurs, to take Trump’s invitation and walk away to vote Republican. To make things worse for themselves, Democrat tactics are motivating those who would normally sit on the sidelines to join the red wave. 

And now that beleaguered Brett Kavanaugh has finally taken his rightful seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, and for perhaps, oh, maybe the next 35 or 40 years, D.C. Democrats find themselves practically out of ammunition. Thus, they will likely switch their rhetoric back to assailing Trump with the only issues their remaining followers might still buy into, one being to offer more fruitless incantations of “Russia, Russia, Russia,” never grasping that Trump is now immune to those attacks. Their other tactic is to convince their base that once Democrats regain power, they will impeach the newest Supreme Court Justice, hoping that low-information leftists will never understand that an unachievable 2/3 majority of the Senate would be necessary for Kavanaugh’s removal. Therefore, the Democrats truly have nothing. I doubt there has ever been a time when one of the two major American political parties has been so utterly powerless.

And while Trump’s swamp dredging operation continues, we see that last week the president assigned Vice President Pence to give a timely and important speech for Americans and the world to consider. As it turns out it has not been the Russians who have been working so desperately to alter U.S. elections. On the contrary, it has been the Chinese. And one of the tools the Chinese have been using is the U.S.-China trade deficit. The trade deficit not only transfers American wealth out of the country and into the hands of foreign governments, but it also creates a national security issue. Think about it, large sums of dollars in the hands of U.S. enemies allow them the opportunity not only to purchase U.S. corporations and domestic real estate but also media influence over the minds of the American people and political influence over the workings of the U.S. government. 

If, for example, the Chinese, yes, let’s call them enemies, desire to change attitudes of the American electorate, what would preclude them from using dollars we borrow and send to them to purchase airtime in American media and entertainment industries, aiming foreign propaganda at Americans without them knowing it? And maybe more importantly, what would keep the Chinese government from luring the help and influence of American elected officials to aid in directing official U.S. policies to favor Chinese advantages? Well, friends, that is where this story is going. 

While the Goodlatte and Nunez committees in the Congress work diligently uncovering the treasonous and seditious activities at the highest levels of the Obama FBI and DOJ, unearthing evidence that will ultimately lead investigators directly inside the Obama Oval Office, Trump is beginning to remove the veil protecting various Democrat elected officials, their operatives and members of the Clinton campaign from justice. And the net will likely include high-ranking Senate committee leaders such as Dianne Feinstein, whose driver, as it turns out, has been a Chinese spy for 30 years and whose husband has made a fortune off deals with the Chinese, thanks to Dianne’s influence. Such corruption really isn’t that hard to understand once you consider that these people never imagined Hillary, the cabal’s chosen protector of all that is unholy, treasonous and seditious, would lose in 2016.

Interestingly, President Trump took Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on a flight to Orlando on Air Force One. Asked whether Trump plans on firing Rosenstein for contemplating recording conversations with the president, as I indicated last week, Trump responded no, opting to allow Rosenstein, who is scheduled for a congressional grilling over his reported statements this Thursday, to continue to twist in the wind.

Question, does anyone else wonder how all three major social media giants, Google, Facebook and Twitter, each got hacked, exposing millions of customer profiles to the hackers?  Gosh, I wonder if certain unscrupulous political campaigners might have use for that kind of information for the midterm elections? Yes, I’m certain it was a coincidence. 

Next, remember a few months back when I reported that the U.S. Department of Justice had amassed more than 25,000 sealed indictments nationwide, normal being around 1,000. A quick check on that figure moments ago, which is provided by the U.S. DOJ, shows that the number of sealed indictments has more than doubled since my last report, that figure exploding to over 57,000 nationwide today. There are obviously many individuals among us, likely with names you would recognize, who are not sitting very comfortably about now.

And finally, you may recall that last week I predicted a “magical finish” in the end of the events we are dealing with today. I did so because history predicts America will cease to be divided. I expect President Trump has something up his sleeve that will unite the country, something very few might expect. 

 

Hank Sullivan is a Forsyth County resident, businessman, author and speaker on American history, economics and geopolitics.