Every effort to hold Donald Trump accountable has been thwarted by those who made it someone else’s job. Not anymore.


ed note–yes, it is now officially ‘old hat’ here, ladies and Gentilemen, given the incalculable amount of electronic ink that has been spilled here on the pages of this humble little informational endeavor, but nevertheless, for the sake of posterity and for the benefit of/respect for those who TRULY want to know the ‘ugly truth’ of the who, what, where, when, why and how of what has now been a ceaseless, seek-and-destroy mission against Donald J. Trump since he announced his candidacy for POTUS back in 2016, we’re gonna do it again–

First, a lil’ historical background on the author of this piece, David Frum–

–Who is not just some ordinary, unlettered, and uncredentialled Hebrew who just happens to ‘dislike’ DJT  for petty or personal reasons.

Rather, he is a highly-resourced/highly placed asset/operative for Israel’s sprawling intelligence apparatus, and who takes his orders from this guy–

Bibi Netanyahu, head of Israel’s Likud party and longest-serving Prime Minister of that country who maintains a network of spies, saboteurs, sayanim, and agents across the globe who will do his bidding when called upon, and particularly as it pertains to Israel’s plans for gobbling up every square millimeter of land between the Nile and Euphrates rivers, exactly as the Torah (Old Testament) discusses.

Now, lest the reader think that Frum is a mere ‘lone nut’ in this endeavor, rest assured that even though he is nuts, he is not alone, as he is joined by fellow ‘team members’ such as this–

And this

And this–

And his equally well-fed brother–

And this–

And this–


And this–


And others of the very Hebraic persuasion who–as already explained above–function as a swarm of highly-resourced/highly placed assets/operatives for Israel’s sprawling intelligence apparatus, and who take their orders from this guy–

Bibi Netanyahu, head of Israel’s Likud party and longest-serving Prime Minister of that country who maintains a network of spies, saboteurs, sayanim, and agents across the globe who will do his bidding when called upon, and particularly as it pertains to Israel’s plans for gobbling up every square millimeter of land between the Nile and Euphrates rivers, exactly as the Torah (Old Testament) discusses.

Now, as it pertains to the seek-and-destroy mission against DJT, what the Gentile reader with a vested interest in his/her own future survival needs to know is that this is not due to Trump’s stance on immigration, the 2nd Amendment, ‘women’s reproductive rights’ or any of the other whistles that resulted in the dogs of Judea–both on the left and on the right–howling and barking like the hounds from hell.

Rather, it was due entirely to this–

Which Israel in general (and Netanyahu in particular) opposes with every chromosomal ounce of the alien-DNA that makes up the Jewish state and her Jewish people.

Every president–going all the way back to JFK (murdered by Mossad for daring to deny the Jewish state the nukes with which she now holds the entire world hostage) and moving forward to Nixon, Ford, Carter, Clinton, George H.W. Bush–all those who used the office of the POTUS in pushing through a ‘peace deal’ that the Jewish state has opposed with every fiber of her alien DNA being met with a similar fate.

What made DJT such a problem in this regard is that he was the horse that couldn’t be broken or tamed, and the children of Israel knew this YEARS BEFORE he became President, as well as being aware of his plans for de-nuclearizing the Middle East, which is why they began maneuvering against him as soon as he announced his candidacy.

And Frum, along with his ‘team’ members making up ‘NeoCon, Inc’ listed above, has been at the forefront of this seek-and-destroy mission every bit as much as he/they maneuvered for the destruction of Iraq, Libya, and are out to see Syria, Iran, and the rest of the Islamic world destroyed as well.

It is THIS FACT–DJT’s plans for imposing a Pax Americana on the Middle East, effectively caging in the Jewish state from stealing any more land–which functions as the beating heart of this seek-and-destroy mission against him, but which, sad to say–of which no mention will be made expect on this lone website.



By David Frum

‘Many secrets, no mysteries’: That is the basic rule of all Donald Trump scandals.

There has never been any mystery about what happened on January 6, 2021. As Senator Mitch McConnell said at Trump’s second impeachment trial, ‘There’s no question—none—that President Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day.’

Thanks to the work of the congressional committee investigating the attack on the Capitol, Americans now have ample detail to support McConnell’s assessment. They know more about when and how Trump provoked the event. They have a precise timeline of Trump’s words and actions. They can identify who helped him, and who tried to dissuade him.

But with all of this information, Americans are left with the same problem they have faced again and again through the Trump years: What to do about it? Again and again, they get the same answer: ‘It’s somebody else’s job.’

Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigated Trump’s collusion with Russia. Mueller brought charges against Trump’s former campaign chair, Paul Manafort; against Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn; against Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen; against Trump’s longtime political ally Roger Stone; against many Russian nationals and organizations too. But on Trump himself, Mueller refused to pass judgment, because he believed he had no legal power to indict a serving president. He further believed that because he did not have that power, he should make no clear comment on whether the president’s conduct was indictable. Mueller presented evidence of Trump’s obstruction of justice, but beyond that … he tossed the responsibility over to Congress.

Within a few months of Mueller’s report, brave whistleblowers revealed Trump’s scheme to blackmail the president of Ukraine to help Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign. This time, Congress took responsibility for investigating the matter. Testimony on the record confirmed the whistleblowers’ allegations. The House impeached Trump; the Senate tried him. The main argument of Trump’s defense? Holding Trump to account should be somebody else’s job: in this case, the voters.

Trump White House Counsel Pat Cipollone argued, ‘For all their talk about election interference, they’re here to perpetrate the most massive interference in an election in American history—and we can’t allow that to happen.’ If Trump did wrong, let an election decide the matter, not Congress. Enough Republican senators accepted that argument to ensure Trump’s acquittal.

In November 2020, the voters delivered their verdict. By a vote of 81 million to 74 million, they repudiated Trump. Trump and his supporters refused to accept the outcome. First by fraud, then by force, they tried to overturn the election. Once again, they argued, it was somebody else’s job to hold Trump to account: not the voters but the state legislatures, which should reject the popular vote and appoint their own electors instead.

Trump’s plot led to his second impeachment—and to one more round of ‘It’s somebody else’s job.’ Trump’s attempted coup had failed, his enablers argued, and he would be leaving office on schedule. Impeachment is not the only remedy for presidential misconduct, McConnell said: ‘We have a criminal justice system in this country. We have civil litigation. And former presidents are not immune from being held accountable by either one.’

And so the circle was complete. Criminal prosecution? No, it’s up to Congress. Congressional impeachment? No, leave the decision to the voters. Refusal to accept an election defeat? Back to criminal prosecution.

To repeat McConnell’s phrase, it’s ‘practically and morally’ very difficult to hold a wayward president to account. An American president is bound by law and operates through legal institutions, but a president also has sources of personal authority that are not beholden to the law and are exercised outside institutions. Trump drew more deeply than most presidents on nonlegal, noninstitutional authority.

He and his core supporters repeatedly threatened that any attempt to apply laws to him would provoke violence against the law. Trump allies and Trump himself have warned of riots if he were ever prosecuted.

Maybe these threats are empty boasts. But nothing like them has ever been heard before from a modern American leader. On January 6, Trump welcomed political violence on his behalf—and got what he wanted. He has not repented or reformed in the two years since.

But the very threat makes it all the more necessary to proceed with the January 6 Committee’s criminal referrals. If Trump does not face legal consequences for the events of that day, he and his supporters have reason to believe that Trump somehow frightened the U.S. legal system into backing down from otherwise amply justified action.

Show Trump a line, and he’ll cross it. That was his record as president, down to his last days in office, when he absconded with boxes of government materials as though they were his private property. Trump has already announced a run for president in 2024. Whatever happens with that run, his likeliest Republican rivals are studying his methods, considering which to emulate and which to discard. The incitement of violence by the head of the government is not an infraction that can be dismissed and forgiven by any political system that hopes to stay constitutional.

For six years, the job of upholding the rule of law against Donald Trump has been passed from one unwilling set of hands to the next. Now the job has returned to where it started. There is nobody else to pass it to.

The recommendation has arrived. The time for justice has come.

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