President Donald Trump’s scant 18 months in the Oval Office have been turbulent, to say the least, with a number of leaks and betrayals marring the Commander in Chief’s attempts to make America great again.
For many it is called “The Resistance”, and it represents a new liberal lifestyle of fervent and constant opposition to anything that Donald Trump does, says, or stands for. I have little doubt that, if the President were to adopt a Golden Retriever to live in the White House, he would be called a racist for not adopting a Chocolate Lab….that’s just how ridiculous things have gotten over the course of the last 18 months.
Factions loyal to this Resistance have been stationed in and around Washington D.C. during the entirety of the Trump administration as well, with several opposition voices remaining “intact”, so to speak, from their time with the Obama regime, including a number of intelligence assets who have maintained their security clearances for some reason.
When asked if he will take away Ohr’s clearance, Trump said, “I think Bruce Ohr is a disgrace. I suspect I will be taking it away very quickly. I think that Bruce Ohr is a disgrace with his wife, Nellie. For him to be in the Justice Department and to be doing what he did, that is a disgrace.”.
Trump is referring, of course, to Steele Dossier; an unverifiable piece of “intelligence” that purports the President is under the thumb of Vladimir Putin due to sexually promiscuous blackmail, and a piece of work that Bruce Ohr appears to be intimately involved with.
The dossier itself, and the “secrets” contained within it, have also been linked to decade-old Wall Street Journal articles and drivel.