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Episode #142: 'Sequel'  

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The special counsel sequel will have a lot in common with the first special counsel investigation into President Donald Trump. The first special counsel investigation began 6 years ago and it was launched based on lies about the then President and manufactured evidence. The prosecutor during the first special counsel investigation was former Director of the FBI, Robert Mueller. He spent 2 years and 32 million taxpayer dollars to tell us that Trump broke no laws. The sequel is certain to end with the same outcome. The new prosecutor isn't a big name like Robert Mueller, but he is working with the same amount of evidence against President Trump; perhaps less. Trump was already impeached on one of the issues the new prosecutor will be investigating and he was acquitted by the Senate. Jack Smith, the new prosecutor, must find something on Trump that the House impeachment managers failed to find. What is this new special counsel investigation really about, and how does it help Democrats politically? Join the conversation and get answers to this question and more on According2Sam episode #142.

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Samuel C. Winchester | August 21, 2022                                                

Liz Chaney’s defeat in the Wyoming primary by Trump-backed candidate Harriet Hageman has sealed President Trump as the leader of the Republican Party. Other candidates he endorsed made a clean sweep in Arizona a few weeks before Wyoming and his record throughout the primaries is near 90%. He hasn't been perfect, but he’s been close. He has helped retire 8 of the 10 representatives that voted to impeach him, including Cheney, and many of these wins came after the hearings into the January 6 riot at the Capitol. All of this demonstrates that President Trump has a firm grip on Republican voters, and if he runs in 2024 he is the most likely Republican nominee. 

 

The support of President Trump has left many in amazement. They can't believe that he still maintains wide support in the Republican Party despite the Russia investigation, two impeachments, the China Virus, a primetime production of the January 6 hearings, and a 24/7 bombardment of defaming propaganda from the media calling him everything from a traitor to the reincarnation of Adolf Hitler. Many people have described his supporters as fanatics, or cultish. 

Liz Cheney described this fanatic support of President Trump as a 'cult of personality', as if the fanatics who fawn over Obama are somehow different. The cult narrative to explain the phenomenon currently happening in the Republican Party is prevalent. It's the only explanation that they are left with after they have worked so hard to destroy President Trump. They have pursued his demise with such dedication, and the results in the Republican primaries have frustrated them. The only way they can make sense of it is that Trump has some cult-like spell on the party.

 

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