Fox News Pundit Names the Kike!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 5, 2017

Rachel Marsden

In an article syndicated across hundreds of media outlets, Fox News pundit Rachel Marsden has named the kike in connection to the kookvestigation of Donald Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia.

She basically just copied the talking points from my article this morning on the issue.

She writes for the Chicago Tribune:

Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who served as U.S. President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, has pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his contacts with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. Flynn’s plea is part of a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller, who’s leading an investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Nothing in the plea agreement relates to the campaign period. And it’s not communications with Russia that stands out, but rather communications with another country.

On Dec. 29, 2016, the Barack Obama administration gave Russian officials 72 hours to leave their San Francisco consulate, closed two diplomatic compounds in New York and Maryland, and issued sanctions against Russian companies. The same day, according to the Justice Department, Flynn called Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and “requested that Russia not escalate the situation and only respond to the U.S. sanctions in a reciprocal manner.”

Communication between a country’s ambassador and an incoming administration official during a presidential transition isn’t exactly secret. Flynn’s exchange with the ambassador appeared to be in America’s best interests, and it’s hard to see how it could have benefited Russia. It also took place after the election and therefore had zero influence on the result. Mark Toner, a spokesman for Obama’s State Department, said in January that contact between a president-elect’s transition team and the Russian ambassador wasn’t problematic.

There’s a passage in the Flynn plea agreement involving another country that has been largely overlooked by the media. Shortly before a scheduled Dec. 22 vote on United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements, “a very senior member of the presidential transition team directed Flynn to contact officials from foreign governments, including Russia, to learn where each government stood on the resolution and to influence those governments to delay the vote or defeat the resolution.”

Presumably, a delay would have enabled a new Trump administration to veto the Security Council’s condemnation of Israel. Flynn made the call to the Russian ambassador and stated the administration’s case. On Dec. 23 (after a one-day postponement of the vote), the Russian ambassador called Flynn back and basically said nice try, but nyet, Russia wouldn’t be succumbing to the wishes of Team Trump. The resolution passed later that day, with Russia voting in favor of it, and with the Obama administration declining to veto the resolution and abstaining from the vote.

Just who do the Russians think they are to block the incoming administration’s attempt to do Israel’s bidding on an issue that has no discernable benefit to America?

Mueller’s investigation should focus on communications between this “very senior member of the presidential transition team” and representatives of Israel. According to the New York Times, “Trump’s lawyers believe that unnamed aide was Mr. Trump’s son-in-law and close adviser, Jared Kushner, according to a lawyer briefed on the matter.”

Just a few days ago, Kushner spoke at the Brookings Institution’s Saban Forum, described as an “annual dialogue between American and Israeli leaders from across the political and social spectrum.” Kushner railed against Iran’s “expansive regional mischief” and described his role in helping the Trump administration “unify everyone against Iran’s aggression.”

Kushner was then pressed — almost chastised — by the moderator over how long it would take to achieve this unification against Iran. Never mind Iran’s prominent role in beating back the Islamic State. Meanwhile, any discussion of Saudi Arabia’s regional mischief, including its key role in the creation of the Islamic State, was left out of the dialogue.

It came as no surprise when CIA Director Mike Pompeo said over the weekend that Israel and Saudi Arabia are now working together to fight terrorism. Pompeo’s remarks at the Reagan National Defense Forum in California confirmed Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz’s comments in a radio interview about covert cooperation between the two countries.

Forget Russia. There appears to be evidence of collusion between Team Trump and Israel. Will Mueller and his investigative team now follow this trail back to the campaign period and show no mercy in bringing indictments against all involved in this collusion with another foreign power?

I could not have said it better myself.

In fact, when I wrote the article this morning, I didn’t say it better myself.

The infiltration of the American system by the Jews is what needs to be investigated, and the attempt to tie Trump to Russia has given us a very good reason to do so.

Of course, I don’t want Trump to be harmed by this – but Trump isn’t being harmed as it is. It was Kushner, a member of the team, who made the move to collude with Russia in order to illegally benefit illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank.

Kushner is effectively an Israeli agent, who has weaseled his way into the White House via marriage – and I would suspect some other, much more devious tactics. That is to say, I feel very strongly that at some point along the way, Trump was directly – and illegally – pressured to have the Israeli agent Kushner be given a top position in his government.

Whatever the case, it all needs to be investigated.

We still haven’t found any smoke around Russia – but we now have a burning Jewish fire.

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