There are some statements that can never be taken back, nor can they be anything other than the catalyst of a tidal wave of chaos unleashed. I have to say, even by Trump’s usual in your face standards his comments today, openly accusing Obama of committing Treason in spying on his 2016 campaign , we have now entered the twilight zone. I was overseas, in Germany, and in the US Army, at a place called Baumholder with the 8th Infantry Division, when all of what I call the “Watergate S$%^^,” happened. I also remember reading a Time magazine in the summer of 1974 where Alexander Haig was quoted, he was Nixon’s Chief of Staff, and would later become my NATO commander, commenting that he thought all this talk of a military coup was excessive. I remember thinking, what military coup? At any rate, now that Trump has openly said Obama is a traitor, and given the venom in the ongoing impeachment process, there can be no going back now. Either Trump will be impeached, or forced to resign, or Obama will be impeached, and then thrown in jail. The result of either of those options will mean that a level of political violence can no longer be avoided over the next twelve to eighteen months. In fact, this creaking, visibly collapsing political system can no longer be upheld, not when one half of the American people think Trump is a traitor, and the other half thinks Obama is a traitor. It will be decided in the streets, much like the Nazis and Communists did in Germany back in 1932. The blood will flow in fire and storm and that will be it. It is now headlined in bright red, as Drudge’s lead story. Got Ammo?
Trump accuses Obama of treason for ‘spying’ on his 2016 campaign