The Biggest Disloyalty by a US president Trump to the citizens of the US

Disloyalty by a US president Trump

There have been three acts of treason to undermine the US President since JFK.

  1. JFK rejected the Pentagon urge to use nukes against Russia. He stood up to them. Then he refused to provide air support for the failed Bay of Pigs invasion. Then he said the CIA, which was a rogue agency with its own agenda and foreign policy going far beyond intelligence and involving assassinations, arming proxy armies, etc. He said he would splinter it into a thousand pieces. Then he issued a (secret) Presidential order to end treating independent nations as enemies (ie pawns of the Kremlin0 and ordered a total withdrawal of troops from Vietnam.

Shortly after, he was murdered. The FBI and CIA still refuse to release, after 50 years, their records…so savvy people believe they killed JFK as a “domestic enemy.”

I would call murder an act of treason..

2. When Carter was negotiating for the release of the hostages in Iran, it was progressing but the election was coming up. Carter, who had problems but also the highest job creation record of modern Presidents, was ahead in the polls.

Reagan had his staff go to the Iranians and offered “a better deal” is they would blow off Carter and wait until he was sworn in. They then refused to meet with Carter and his inability to get the hostages release hurt him badly and Reagan won.

Here is the proof of the pudding: on the very day Reagan was sworn in, the hostages were released. He went on to pay the Iranians (illegally and secretly) with arms, and later, he sold them weapons and parts and gave the profits to the terrorist Contras,a violation of the Boland Amendment, another “high crime.” He went on TV and said during the Iran/Contra scandal and told us: “A few months ago I told the American people I did not trade arms for hostages. My heart and my best intentions still tell me that’s true, but the facts and the evidence tell me it is not. As the Tower board reported, what began as a strategic opening to Iran deteriorated, in its implementation, into trading arms for hostages. “

The first betrayal, which was treason for undermining the Commander in Chief is revealed in Woodward’s chronicles of the Reagan years based on eyewitness participants reports. He got a way with it. He also campaigned as a fiscal conservative but tripled the debt, unprecedented before or since.

He famously said: “Government is not the solution; government is the problem.”

Once in power, he proved himself right.

3. Nixon did the same thing, committing treason by undercutting President Johnson, who was in (secret) negotiations to end the war in Vietnam. Nixon sent a team to the North Vietnamese and said: just hold off and we will make you a better deal

They did wait and LBJ announced he would not run again. Actually, when he found out what Nixon had done, shortly before the Convention, he tried to resurrect his hopes for a second term…but it didn’t come off. Nixon campaigned that he had a “secret plan” in his briefcase to end the war. He had subverted LBJ’s negotiations and then ran as the candidate who would end the war with his secret plan.

Karma being what it is, many think there is strong evidence that LBJ, who hated the man who picked him as VP, was part of the Kennedy assassination, making this the 4th act of betrayal.

The war ended 6 years later as the US was literally chased out of Vietnam.

Karma being what it is, many think there is strong evidence that LBJ, who hated the man who picked him as VP, was part of the Kennedy assassination, making this the 4th act of betrayal.

Nixon is Trump’s role model, both in his secret plans and his use of the Madman theory of negotiation and his use of racism in the Southern Strategy. I suspect he may be the 5th President to betray the public based on his Big Lies and appointing the same Bush hawks that led us into criminal wars with falsehoods. This is opinion, but history has a way of exposing those who use the Big Lie to gain power.

I think it fair to add Bush II, who lied to start a war that has killed half a million and cost 3–4 trillion ($40,000 per household) on claims of “solid evidence,” which is by definition a lie since his own investigation found what the UN inspection team found: no evidence of an active WMD program, no links to al Quada.

So that’s Johnson, Nixon, Reagan, and Bush II. It would fair to add Ford, who pardoned Nixon, thus allowing him to get away with his crimes.

So, arguably there are at least 5 Presidents who betrayed the public…….of the last 10, and Trump’s Big Lies will, I think, catch up with him, as hundreds of thousands in over 30 US cities, 30 universities, and dozens of other countries have been the streets protesting. He may try to make protest illegal or if he cannot stop the protests, declare martial law (I am the Law and Order candidate; we need more police).

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