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Meet the Kushners
« on: April 19, 2017, 09:56:29 AM »


JARED KUSHNER: A SUSPECTED GANGSTER WITHIN THE TRUMP WHITE HOUSE   
Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has emerged as a significant influence within the policy-making apparatus of the White House. After a rather public imbroglio with Trump’s strategic policy adviser Stephen Bannon over the U.S. cruise missile attack on the Shayrat airbase in Syria, Kushner is «in», as they often say in Washington, and Bannon is «out». In any case, the anti-globalist faction, which is led by Bannon, has received verbal «thumbs down» on several fronts from Trump.

Trump’s adoption of Clintonesque Democratic Party policies of opposing the Syrian government, confronting Russia, supporting NATO, backing the U.S. Export-Import (EXIM) Bank, and militarily confronting North Korea and China in East Asia have neo-conservatives and globalists cheering but many within Trump’s political base of «America First» nationalists and libertarians crying foul.

The warning signs that Kushner was fronting for the neo-conservatives was always present. His media company, Observer Media, which publishes the weekly on-line New York Observer, prominently featured several neo-conservative writers. Kushner, who also led the real estate firm Kushner Companies, turned over control of the newspaper to his brother-in-law after being named as senior adviser to President Trump. Kushner inherited a real estate empire from his father, Charles Kushner. In 2007, Jared Kushner made the largest single purchase of a single building in U.S. history, he paid $1.8 billion for a 41-story building at 666 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. In 2015, Jared Kushner bought a 50.1 percent share in the Time Square Building in Manhattan from Africa Israel Investments, Ltd. (AFI), an investment and holding company owned by Israeli-Uzbek diamond magnate Lev Leviev. In what could spell trouble for U.S. relations with the Palestine and Africa, AFI has been involved in the building of illegal settlements on the West Bank and the acquisition of diamonds from Africa’s bloodiest of conflict zones.

AFI and its subsidiary, Danya Cebus, have been subjected to disinvestments by a number of governments and companies over its West Bank activities. In August 2010, the Norwegian pension fund divested in the two firms. Leviev is also involved in dodgy casino operations, which puts him in the same business circles as casino operator Trump. In 2009, Playtech Cyprus, Ltd., one of AFI’s companies, began providing casino equipment to a new casino in Bucharest, Romania. Playtech was started in 1999 by four Israelis, Teddy Sagi, Elad Cohen, Rami Beinish, and Amnon Ben-Zion. Playtech’s on-line gambling software is primarily provided by software programmers in Estonia. Sagi is a convicted stock fraudster, having been convicted of fraud in the 1996 «Discount Bank affair», a stock and bond manipulation scheme that shook the Tel Aviv business community. Leviev’s Africa diamond mining operations involve several «former» Mossad officers, most notably in Sierra Leone, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Namibia, and Angola.

The narrow gap of separation between Jared Kushner and some of Israel’s top gangsters is cause for alarm. This situation became especially acute after it was revealed that Kushner failed to provide all the requested information on his national security questionnaire forms concerning his contacts with foreign persons and interests, has led for congressional calls for his security clearance to be suspended.

The feud between Jared Kushner and Bannon is not the first personality conflict Kushner has had with members of the Trump team. The first demonstration of Kushner’s powerful influence over Trump was evidenced in his firing of Trump transition team chairman New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his loyalists, who included former U.S. Representative Mike Rogers and Matthew Freedman. For Kushner, the firings were an ultimate payback for Christie. While the U.S. Attorney for Northern New Jersey, Christie successfully prosecuted Kushner’s father for tax evasion, witness tampering, and illegal campaign contributions. Christie wanted a three-year prison sentence for the elder Kushner but he ended up serving a year at a federal penitentiary in Alabama.

Christie’s federal law enforcement investigation discovered that Charles Kushner tried to lure his brother-in-law and employee, William Schulder, into a prostitution honey trap at the Red Bull Inn motel in Bridgewater, New Jersey. The elder Kushner paid $10,000 to a high-end prostitute, who reportedly worked for a Manhattan escort agency linked to the Mossad, to lure Schulder into a trap, complete with a videotape system, designed to prevent him from testifying on behalf of Christie at Kushner’s trial. After Schulder’s wife was sent a videotape of the tryst at the motel, Christie managed to not only ensure that an embarrassed but angered Schulder remained a star witness but also got the prostitute to testify against Kushner. Another witness for the prosecutors, Robert Yontef, Kushner’s chief bookkeeper, was also subjected to a Kushner prostitution trap and a «smoking gun» videotape arranged by another call girl hired by Kushner.

Charles Kushner also managed to get New Jersey Democratic Governor Jim McGreevey to appoint him to the New York-New Jersey Port Authority Commission, which owned the World Trade Center, a plum position on 9/11 for a suspected asset of Israel’s Mossad. Hudson County and Jersey City law enforcement authorities were well-aware that Mossad elements were involved in many of the intelligence activities surrounding and in support of the 9/11 event in the months leading up to the attack in 2001.

The Kushner family appears to relish in the politics of revenge and blackmail as McGreevey discovered the hard way.

While he was mayor of Woodbridge, McGreevey met an Israeli intelligence asset named Golan Cipel during a 2000 fact finding trip to Israel arranged by Charles Kushner, who was a generous donor to McGreevey’s political coffers. Although the trip was sponsored by the United Jewish Federation of MetroWest, the goal was to ensure future loyalty from an up-and-coming New Jersey politician being groomed for governor of his state. Cipel was the chief spokesman for the Israeli city of Rishon LeZion, but he soon ended up on McGreevey’s gubernatorial campaign staff, thanks to the influence, U.S. work visa clearance, and money arranged by the elder Kushner. It is noteworthy that Rishon LeZion represents one of the right-wing Likud Party’s most important bases of support in Israel. A powerful political kingmaker, Charles Kushner secured McGreevey’s Democratic nomination for the governor’s race after seeking the support – that is, arm twisting – the Democratic Party chairmen of the counties of Union, Essex, Middlesex, and Camden.

After becoming governor, McGreevey appointed Cipel, an Israeli national and employee of Kushner, as his chief counselor on political strategy, foreign affairs, and relations with the Jewish community. But it was McGreevey’s appointment of Cipel as his director for homeland security that raised eyebrows across the state, especially after 9/11.

During McGreevey’s governorship, Cipel decided to file a sexual harassment lawsuit against the governor in Mercer County Court. Cipel, a one-time «diplomat» – read that as a Mossad agent – at the Israeli Consulate General in New York, in a single legal action, destroyed McGreevey’s political career. The suit forced McGreevey, who was married with two children, to admit that he led a parallel and secret gay lifestyle. With that bombshell news hitting the media, McGreevey was forced to resign. Several New Jersey political observers believe that Charles Kushner was behind Cipel’s lawsuit after McGreevey did not turn out as the kind of puppet Kushner expected him to be. In fact, during the Cipel suit, McGreevey’s lawyers contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation and tipped them off about a possible Kushner-Cipel extortion operation directed against the governor.

Undoubtedly, Christie, who had his eyes already set upon the New Jersey governor’s mansion in Princeton, knew all about the role that Charles Kushner played in the ultimate blackmailing of one of his predecessors as governor. With the sort of background information possessed by a federal prosecutor like Christie, who had access to wiretap transcripts gathered from the Kushner family’s phone and other communications, it is clear that Jared Kushner saw Christie as a major threat to the future Kushner family agenda within the Trump administration.

With Christie, and, possibly soon, Bannon out of the way, Jared Kushner will be able to cement his Svengali-like control over Trump. Considering the record of political muscle exercised by the Kushner klan against two New Jersey governors, one can only surmise the Kushners have a great deal of blackmailable information on Mr. Trump.

SOURCE:  from Dick Eastman, and forwarded by Og
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Re: Meet the Kushners
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2017, 10:08:39 AM »
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« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2017, 03:25:46 PM »
Seems also Wayne Madsen was briefed by Dick Eastman. I would have called
it `Bonnie and Clyde in the White House'  :



Jared Kushner: A Suspected Gangster Within the Trump White House
WAYNE MADSEN | 17.04.2017 | OPINION
http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/04/17/jared-kushner-suspected-gangster-within-trump-white-house.html

  "Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has emerged as a significant
   influence within the policy-making apparatus of the White House. After
   a rather public imbroglio with Trump’s strategic policy adviser Stephen
   Bannon over the U.S. cruise missile attack on the Shayrat airbase in
   Syria, Kushner is «in», as they often say in Washington, and Bannon is
   «out». In any case, the anti-globalist faction, which is led by Bannon,
   has received verbal «thumbs down» on several fronts from Trump.
   
   Trump’s adoption of Clintonesque Democratic Party policies of opposing
   the Syrian government, confronting Russia, supporting NATO, backing the
   U.S. Export-Import (EXIM) Bank, and militarily confronting North Korea
   and China in East Asia have neo-conservatives and globalists cheering
   but many within Trump’s political base of «America First» nationalists
   and libertarians crying foul.
   
   The warning signs that Kushner was fronting for the neo-conservatives
   was always present. His media company, Observer Media, which publishes
   the weekly on-line New York Observer, prominently featured several
   neo-conservative writers. Kushner, who also led the real estate firm
   Kushner Companies, turned over control of the newspaper to his
   brother-in-law after being named as senior adviser to President Trump.
   Kushner inherited a real estate empire from his father, Charles
   Kushner. In 2007, Jared Kushner made the largest single purchase of a
   single building in U.S. history, he paid $1.8 billion for a 41-story
   building at 666 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. In 2015, Jared Kushner
   bought a 50.1 percent share in the Time Square Building in Manhattan
   from Africa Israel Investments, Ltd. (AFI), an investment and holding
   company owned by Israeli-Uzbek diamond magnate Lev Leviev. In what
   could spell trouble for U.S. relations with the Palestine and Africa,
   AFI has been involved in the building of illegal settlements on the
   West Bank and the acquisition of diamonds from Africa’s bloodiest of
   conflict zones.
   
   AFI and its subsidiary, Danya Cebus, have been subjected to
   disinvestments by a number of governments and companies over its West
   Bank activities. In August 2010, the Norwegian pension fund divested in
   the two firms. Leviev is also involved in dodgy casino operations,
   which puts him in the same business circles as casino operator Trump.
   In 2009, Playtech Cyprus, Ltd., one of AFI’s companies, began providing
   casino equipment to a new casino in Bucharest, Romania. Playtech was
   started in 1999 by four Israelis, Teddy Sagi, Elad Cohen, Rami Beinish,
   and Amnon Ben-Zion. Playtech’s on-line gambling software is primarily
   provided by software programmers in Estonia. Sagi is a convicted stock
   fraudster, having been convicted of fraud in the 1996 «Discount Bank
   affair», a stock and bond manipulation scheme that shook the Tel Aviv
   business community. Leviev’s Africa diamond mining operations involve
   several «former» Mossad officers, most notably in Sierra Leone,
   Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Namibia, and Angola.
   
   The narrow gap of separation between Jared Kushner and some of Israel’s
   top gangsters is cause for alarm. This situation became especially
   acute after it was revealed that Kushner failed to provide all the
   requested information on his national security questionnaire forms
   concerning his contacts with foreign persons and interests, has led for
   congressional calls for his security clearance to be suspended.[1]

   The feud between Jared Kushner and Bannon is not the first personality
   conflict Kushner has had with members of the Trump team. The first
   demonstration of Kushner's powerful influence over Trump was evidenced
   in his firing of Trump transition team chairman New Jersey Governor
   Chris Christie and his loyalists, who included former U.S.
   Representative Mike Rogers and Matthew Freedman. For Kushner, the
   firings were an ultimate payback for Christie. While the U.S. Attorney
   for Northern New Jersey, Christie successfully prosecuted Kushner's
   father for tax evasion, witness tampering, and illegal campaign
   contributions. Christie wanted a three-year prison sentence for the
   elder Kushner but he ended up serving a year at a federal penitentiary
   in Alabama.
   
   Christie's federal law enforcement investigation discovered that
   Charles Kushner tried to lure his brother-in-law and employee, William
   Schulder, into a prostitution honey trap at the Red Bull Inn motel in
   Bridgewater, New Jersey. The elder Kushner paid $10,000 to a high-end
   prostitute, who reportedly worked for a Manhattan escort agency linked
   to the Mossad, to lure Schulder into a trap, complete with a videotape
   system, designed to prevent him from testifying on behalf of Christie
   at Kushner's trial. After Schulder’s wife was sent a videotape of the
   tryst at the motel, Christie managed to not only ensure that an
   embarrassed but angered Schulder remained a star witness but also got
   the prostitute to testify against Kushner. Another witness for the
   prosecutors, Robert Yontef, Kushner’s chief bookkeeper, was also
   subjected to a Kushner prostitution trap and a «smoking gun» videotape
   arranged by another call girl hired by Kushner.
   
   Charles Kushner also managed to get New Jersey Democratic Governor Jim
   McGreevey to appoint him to the New York-New Jersey Port Authority
   Commission, which owned the World Trade Center, a plum position on 9/11
   for a suspected asset of Israel’s Mossad. Hudson County and Jersey City
   law enforcement authorities were well-aware that Mossad elements were
   involved in many of the intelligence activities surrounding and in
   support of the 9/11 event in the months leading up to the attack in
   2001.
   
   The Kushner family appears to relish in the politics of revenge and
   blackmail as McGreevey discovered the hard way.
   
   While he was mayor of Woodbridge, McGreevey met an Israeli intelligence
   asset named Golan Cipel during a 2000 fact finding trip to Israel
   arranged by Charles Kushner, who was a generous donor to McGreevey's
   political coffers. Although the trip was sponsored by the United Jewish
   Federation of MetroWest, the goal was to ensure future loyalty from an
   up-and-coming New Jersey politician being groomed for governor of his
   state. Cipel was the chief spokesman for the Israeli city of Rishon
   LeZion, but he soon ended up on McGreevey's gubernatorial campaign
   staff, thanks to the influence, U.S. work visa clearance, and money
   arranged by the elder Kushner. It is noteworthy that Rishon LeZion
   represents one of the right-wing Likud Party's most important bases of
   support in Israel. A powerful political kingmaker, Charles Kushner
   secured McGreevey’s Democratic nomination for the governor’s race after
   seeking the support – that is, arm twisting – the Democratic Party
   chairmen of the counties of Union, Essex, Middlesex, and Camden.
   
   After becoming governor, McGreevey appointed Cipel, an Israeli national
   and employee of Kushner, as his chief counselor on political strategy,
   foreign affairs, and relations with the Jewish community. But it was
   McGreevey's appointment of Cipel as his director for homeland security
   that raised eyebrows across the state, especially after 9/11.
   
   During McGreevey's governorship, Cipel decided to file a sexual
   harassment lawsuit against the governor in Mercer County Court. Cipel,
   a one-time «diplomat» – read that as a Mossad agent – at the Israeli
   Consulate General in New York, in a single legal action, destroyed
   McGreevey's political career. The suit forced McGreevey, who was
   married with two children, to admit that he led a parallel and secret
   gay lifestyle. With that bombshell news hitting the media, McGreevey
   was forced to resign. Several New Jersey political observers believe
   that Charles Kushner was behind Cipel’s lawsuit after McGreevey did not
   turn out as the kind of puppet Kushner expected him to be. In fact,
   during the Cipel suit, McGreevey’s lawyers contacted the Federal Bureau
   of Investigation and tipped them off about a possible Kushner-Cipel
   extortion operation directed against the governor.
   
   Undoubtedly, Christie, who had his eyes already set upon the New Jersey
   governor's mansion in Princeton, knew all about the role that Charles
   Kushner played in the ultimate blackmailing of one of his predecessors
   as governor. With the sort of background information possessed by a
   federal prosecutor like Christie, who had access to wiretap transcripts
   gathered from the Kushner family’s phone and other communications, it
   is clear that Jared Kushner saw Christie as a major threat to the
   future Kushner family agenda within the Trump administration.
   
   With Christie, and, possibly soon, Bannon out of the way, Jared Kushner
   will be able to cement his Svengali-like control over Trump.
   Considering the record of political muscle exercised by the Kushner
   klan against two New Jersey governors, one can only surmise the
   Kushners have a great deal of blackmailable information on Mr. Trump.
   
   Tags: US  Trump "

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« Reply #3 on: April 19, 2017, 04:05:12 PM »
That picture Madsen posted shows reality:  an out-of-focus fool, and behind him is an in-focus evil-personified Kushner coldly watching to make sure his puppet doesn't make a mistake.

There are many pictures of Kushner in his "role" as "Presidential adviser."  Obviously, there is a good-sized staff of photographers whose sole mission is to document every movement of the President/King of America, Jared Kushner.

IMPEACHMENT ASAP

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« Reply #4 on: April 19, 2017, 04:30:08 PM »
If I'm not mistaken even Sen. Graham will now state :

IMPEACHMENT IS OFF THE TABLE

as the neocon democrats "Kohn and Powell" as well as the Rhino's Ryan et.al.
have firmly taken power seats for the swift rollout of the Goldman Sach Globalist
agenda. :

GOP Sen Graham: I’m ‘Happiest Dude In America’ With Trump’s Foreign Policy, ‘I Am All In’
Date:Today 15:46 PM
Author:Ian Hanchett
http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/04/19/gop-sen-graham-im-happiest-dude-in-america-with-trumps-foreign-policy-i-am-all-in/


CNN: Trump’s North Korea Policy Might Just Be Working
Date:Today 18:08 PM
Author:Joel B. Pollak
http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2017/04/19/cnn-trumps-north-korea-policy-might-just-working/
  "Former British ambassador to North Korea John Everard writes at CNN.com
   on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s assertive strategy towards
   the rogue nuclear power may have actually worked, despite domestic
   criticism.
   [ ... ]"

Gorka: ‘Things Have Changed Fundamentally’ for North Korea, Because ‘America Is Back’
Date:Today 18:57 PM
Author:John Hayward
http://www.breitbart.com/radio/2017/04/19/gorka-things-have-changed-fundamentally-for-north-korea-because-america-is-back/
https://soundcloud.com/breitbart/breitbart-news-daily-dr-sebastian-gorka-april-19-2017

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« Reply #5 on: April 19, 2017, 06:29:19 PM »

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, failed to mention having met
with the Russian ambassador and the head of a Russian bank when applying for national security clearance.
Credit Al Drago/The New York Times


Kushner Omitted Meeting With Russians on Security Clearance Forms
By JO BECKER and MATTHEW ROSENBERG      APRIL 6, 2017
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/06/us/politics/jared-kushner-russians-security-clearance.html?_r=3

  "When Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser,
   sought the top-secret security clearance that would give him access to
   some of the nation’s most closely guarded secrets, he was required to
   disclose all encounters with foreign government officials over the last
   seven years.
   
   But Mr. Kushner did not mention dozens of contacts with foreign leaders
   or officials in recent months. They include a December meeting with the
   Russian ambassador, Sergey I. Kislyak, and one with the head of a
   Russian state-owned bank, Vnesheconombank, arranged at Mr. Kislyak’s
   behest.
   
   
   The national security questionnaire asks applicants for dates and
   details of all contacts with representatives of foreign governments.

   
   The omissions, which Mr. Kushner’s lawyer called an error, are
   particularly sensitive given the congressional and F.B.I.
   investigations into contacts between Russian officials and Trump
   associates. The Senate Intelligence Committee informed the White House
   weeks ago that, as part of its inquiry, it planned to question Mr.
   Kushner
about the meetings he arranged with Mr. Kislyak, including the
   one with Sergey N. Gorkov, a graduate of Russia’s spy school who now
   heads Vnesheconombank.
   
   Mr. Kushner’s omissions were described by people with direct knowledge
   of them who asked for anonymity because the questionnaire is not a
   public document.
   
   While officials can lose access to intelligence, or worse, for failing
   to disclose foreign contacts, the forms are often amended to address
   lapses. Jamie Gorelick, Mr. Kushner’s lawyer, said that the
   questionnaire was submitted prematurely on Jan. 18, and that the next
   day, Mr. Kushner’s office told the F.B.I. that he would provide
   supplemental information.
   
   
  The Russian ambassador, Sergey I. Kislyak, met with Jared Kushner in December.
   Credit Brendan Smialowski/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

   [ the NYTimes and Brendan Smialowski apparently forgot what Jared looks like ]

     
   Mr. Kushner’s aides said he was compiling that material and would share
   it when the F.B.I. interviewed him. For now, they said, he has an
   interim security clearance.
   
   In a statement, Ms. Gorelick said that after learning of the error, Mr.
   Kushner told the F.B.I.: “During the presidential campaign and
   transition period, I served as a point-of-contact for foreign officials
   trying to reach the president-elect. I had numerous contacts with
   foreign officials in this capacity. … I would be happy to provide
   additional information about these contacts.” No names were disclosed
   in that correspondence.
   
   Applicants for major national security positions must submit a lengthy
   F.B.I. questionnaire as part of a background check. They are asked to
   list the dates and details of all contacts with representatives of
   foreign governments.
   
   
   President Vladimir B. Putin of Russia, right, with Sergey N. Gorkov, a
   graduate of Russia’s spy school who heads the state-owned
   Vnesheconombank.
Credit Michael Klimentyev/Sputnik, via Associated Press

   
   
   This is not just bureaucratic paperwork. The form warns that
   “withholding, misrepresenting, or falsifying information” could result
   in loss of access to classified information, denial of eligibility for
   a sensitive job and even prosecution; knowingly falsifying or
   concealing material facts is a federal felony that may result in fines
   or up to five years imprisonment.
   
   Clearance holders are often allowed to amend disclosure forms and avoid
   punishment if omissions are deemed oversights rather than deliberate
   falsifications, and prosecutions are rare.
   
   Mr. Kushner is the second top White House official to have problems
   concerning his dealings with foreign officials. Michael T. Flynn, Mr.
   Trump’s first national security adviser, had his security clearance
   suspended and was fired for misleading Vice President Mike Pence about
   the content of phone calls with the Russian ambassador during the
   transition.
   
   Last month, the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, confirmed to Congress
   that his agency was investigating Russia’s interference in the election
   and the possibility of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
   
   Vnesheconombank is a target of American sanctions imposed in response
   to Moscow’s annexation of Crimea and aggression in Ukraine. It is
   controlled by members of President Vladimir V. Putin’s government,
   including Prime Minister Dmitri A. Medvedev, and has been used to bail
   out oligarchs favored by Mr. Putin and to fund pet projects like the
   2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
   
   Mr. Kushner has said he did not discuss sanctions with Mr. Gorkov, the
   Russian banker. Mr. Gorkov declined to comment on the subject of
   whether sanctions were discussed.

   --------
   Maggie Haberman contributed reporting.
   
   A version of this article appears in print on April 7, 2017, on Page
   A19 of the New York edition with the headline: Undisclosed on Forms,
   Kushner Met 2 Russians. Order Reprints| Today's Paper|Subscribe
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« Reply #6 on: April 19, 2017, 07:03:35 PM »
It's pretty obvious that the White House photographers are under instruction to produce a steady stream of photos showing shabbos goy Donnie-boy being watched with the evil eye of President/King Kushner.

Regarding Russia, and why President/King Kushner didn't disclose it, here's a theory:  Kushner wanted to get his security clearance ASAP, so he just lied about his contacts with Russians, because he was expecting there to be war with Iran within weeks of the 20th January inaugural, and, after that, little details like him lying about Russia wouldn't matter.  And, why were he, and so many Trumpers, talking to the Roosskiies?  Because, they wanted to trade sanctions/Ukraine in exchange for Russia acquiescing to an attack on Iran.  The war hasn't happened - YET - which means that they have all these damned details that they can't explain.  Of course, they are working on starting a war, so that these details are forgotten about.  That's why immediate impeachment is so very important.