Will the Deep State actually assassinate Donald Trump?

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by Stephen Kokx, LifeSite News:

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For many months now Donald Trump has had a firm grasp on the Republican nomination. He has never not been more than 30 percent above the rest of the field. In fact, most polls show him to be around 60 percent while Nikki Haley, Ron DeSantis, and Vivek Ramaswamy have each garnered around 15 percent. 

Lawsuits filed by anti-democrat liberals aimed at keeping Trump off state ballots have thus far been swatted down by the court system. And while George Soros-backed New York Attorney Letitia James’s lawsuit has taken a lot of time, money, and energy from the former president, the likelihood that Trump will end up in jail as a result of it seems highly unlikely. 

Calling on the Deep State to prevent Trump’s election? 

The inevitability of another Trump nomination — and possible electoral victory next November — is something Beltway elites are coming to grips with. Robert Kagan, the neo-con husband of liberal zionist Victoria Nuland, said as much in a recent column for CIA mouthpiece The Washington Post. Nuland is a bureaucratic parasite (what the media calls a “diplomat”) who currently serves in the Biden regime. Her primary job right now is to ensure yours and my tax dollars are funneled to Volodymyr Zelensky’s ever-widening pockets.  

Kagan’s article is several thousand words long. It is Exhibit A of why he belongs in an insane asylum. It is an unhinged rant about how Trump will usher in a “dictatorship” if he ever gets re-elected, which, Kagan admits, is looking very possible. Kagan theorizes that if Trump wins the presidency he will “immediately become the most powerful person ever to hold that office.”  

Kagan then ominously asks his audience — most of whom are probably intelligence agents — what they are going to do to prevent this from happening. “If we thought there was a 50 percent chance of an asteroid crashing into North America a year from now, would we be content to hope that it wouldn’t?” he wonders. “Or would we be taking every conceivable measure to try to stop it, including many things that might not work but that, given the magnitude of the crisis, must be tried anyway?”  

A Trump election might result in “the loss of property and possibly the loss of freedom,” Kagan continues, apparently aloof to the fact that numerous Traditional Catholics, conservatives, and pro-lifers have been sentenced to jail time or had their homes violated during Joe Biden’s time in office. America is “closer to that point today than we have ever been, yet we continue to drift toward dictatorship, still hoping for some intervention that will allow us to escape the consequences of our collective cowardice.” 

Kagan is skilled in the art of deception. What he calls “dictatorship” is actually, as liberals themselves so often say, “what democracy looks like.” A Trump re-election would not be “tyranny” but a reflection of what the popular sentiment of the people currently is. Simply put, if voters are fed up with Biden’s open borders policies, support for Ukraine, and awful record on domestic issues then they have the right to oust him. To describe that as an embrace of communism-light is to merely deflect from the kleptocracy Americans live under and have lived under for decades.   

The most disturbing aspect of Kagan’s remarks is not so much his misleading characterization of what a Trump victory in 2024 would mean. It is his own response to the question, “are we going to do anything about it?” Again, Kagan argues that the court system, conservative media, and political leaders like Mitch McConnell have thus far prevented Trump from rising to the top of the GOP field. Only after pointing this out does he say: “We continue to drift toward dictatorship, still hoping for some intervention that will allow us to escape the consequences of our collective cowardice.”  

It seems that what he is trying to say with the words “still hoping for some intervention” is to urge the Deep State to assassinate Donald Trump.  

That Kagan would make such a brazen suggestion in one of the most powerful newspapers in the country speaks volumes about where the US is at the moment. Others have only speculated on this possibility. He is basically calling for it.  

Are we being programmed to accept a Trump assassination? 

A possible Trump assassination has been raised by other political observers as well. Tucker Carlson told comedian Adam Carolla in August he thinks it is a real possibility. “If you begin with criticism, then you go to protest, then you go to impeachment, now you go to indictment and none of them work. What’s next? Graph it out, man,” he said. “We’re speeding towards assassination, obviously… They have decided — permanent Washington, both parties have decided — that there’s something about Trump that’s so threatening to them, they just can’t have him.” 

Carlson asked Trump about this himself. Trump simply responded by saying “they’re savage animals. They are people that are sick.”  

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