Michael Baxter June 1, 2022
White Hats aren’t alone in urging President Donald J. Trump to take broad and immediate action against the American Deep State, according to a Mar-a-Lago source who said Trump and Russian Vladimir Putin had another telephone conversation Monday morning.
Putin, he said, had originally called to deliver gloomy news: Russian forces had killed 163 American mercenaries in Ukraine since the start of his “special military operation.”
“They had no business there in the first place,” Trump reportedly replied.
But the conversation quickly segued into political discourse, with Putin proffering a soulful lamentation of “America’s sad, sorry state.” He told Trump he couldn’t believe Americans stood idle while a criminal regime tanked a once great economy.
“They blame your economy woes on me. They say I am the reason your energy prices so high, the reason you have no food. This is laughable,” Putin said.
Additionally, he expressed dismay over how easily myopic Americans were blindsided by blatant, obvious false flag attacks. He cited the Uvalde and Buffalo massacres as quintessential examples, saying he was not oblivious to American fake news, and that his enemies, primarily parliamentary opposition parties in the State Duma, had plotted many false flag strikes on Russian soil. “Now they all dead,” he said, adding that Russia’s Federal Service Bureau was exceedingly efficient at ferreting out traitors.
Trump agreed with Putin’s assessment of Uvalde, highlighting the improbability of a mentally disturbed, unemployed trans kid magically manifesting $5000 worth of firearms.
“Drastic action I took to dispel the Deep State from Eastern Europe,” Putin said. “No, it was not easy. Yes, some innocents died. People like you and me, we must make hard choices. Your country, you and your allies must save it, before it’s too late. This is the realization I had to take, my friend. No mercy.”
Moreover, Putin refuted Western media stories about his ailing health. He mentioned specifically a tabloid smear piece claiming he had gone blind and had only three years to live. That article, which appeared in the UK Metro, said Putin was convalescing at home while body doubles and deep fake tech was used to mimic his appearance on television and at public appearances. The CIA and the MI6, Putin said, were laughably accusing him employing tactics they had invented.
Trump, our source said, didn’t discuss his plans with Vladimir Putin, but thanked the Russian leader for his concern and sentiment.
“President Trump doesn’t telegraph plans, but I can say this: he has asked military allies for patience because he thinks the Democrats will suffer a major defeat in the midterms, you know, that will send them running for cover in disgrace. He sees the American people suffering. It’s causing him to lose sleep,” our source said.