July 17, 2018

Donald Trump: The “33” Thousand Emails

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33A day or two ago, I happened upon part of an interview a news reporter was conducting with Donald Trump. The topic came around to the supposed “release” by Wikileaks of emails “hacked” by “somebody” containing information from the Democratic National Committee that supposedly showed that the nominating process of the Democrat Party was a rigged event.

Why is this a surprise to anybody? Don’t you suppose the Republican nominating process is also rigged? And why not? Both entities are private entities, in which some people choose to think they somehow must adhere to “election laws” of which they don’t know what they are and who they are intended for, if, in fact, they exist.

But that’s not the point of this article. When it was announced that some “hacked” emails had been released, many news outlets reported “nearly” or “as many as” 20,000 emails had been hacked and released. After a time, that number seemed to magically grow to “nearly 30,000” as the Clinton and news media spin machines began telling everyone the Russians did it. If you persist in focusing on “the Russians did it,” you might miss out on who did…and who really cares?

Why didn’t they blame Donald Trump? Isn’t that the likely suspect in the game of fraud of deception? But not this time. Name any other time when, if something like this happened during a campaign, one side would be blaming the other. That’s how the game is played and people, calling themselves voters, think it’s real.

But, back to this interview. When the topic came around to the hacked emails, the reporter wanted to know if Donald Trump was serious when he sarcastically called on the Russians to help Hillary find her missing emails. Evidently one reporter, too stupid to know how to play the game given to him by his leaders, accused Trump of an array of crimes for conspiring with the enemy because of his statement.

In Trump’s response to the accusations, he said he wasn’t serious about asking Russia for help to bring down another corrupt American politician. However, during his response, Trump said, that there were 33,000 emails that got hacked. Why all of a sudden are there 33,000 emails and not around 20,000 or nearly 30,000? He didn’t even say “around 33,000.” He point blank said, “33,000.” Could it be that Donald Trump was announcing to the world who, ultimately, is responsible for the supposed hacking of these emails?

We know from past events, when someone or the media breaks news, they will often initially report that “33 lives have been lost,” or that “it is believed that 33 victims are being held hostage,” etc. 33 is a significant number. Was Donald Trump announcing who is responsible for the hacks? Doesn’t this mean he is also part of the hack? Does it also mean that Hillary was part of the hack? Does all of this mean there really wasn’t a hack?

BUT DON’T GO LOOK! IT’S A SECRET!

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