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The Leftist Hoax Machine Cranked Up During Trump’s Presidency

No amount of Democrat hoaxes will deter our ultimate progression to the truth.

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The Democrats, for the most part, seek to tear down our republic and replace it with socialism, which is one step removed from communism. The Democrats have become a threat to our civilization and to the free world. Of note, the launch of the Mueller Investigation was a brazen effort to subvert democracy.

For two+ years, Robert Mueller and 14 angry Democrats explored every aspect of Donald Trump’s candidacy and subsequent presidency. They collected more than 1,500,000 documents, they spent nearly $32 million, and they subpoenaed more than 500 witnesses.

Mueller’s committee grilled members of Trump’s staff, in some cases multiple times and in some cases for as much as 30 hours. No one in the history of the United States and, quite possibly, in the history of the world, had ever been as thoroughly put under the microscope in such a concentrated and concerted manner as Donald Trump.

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Nothing Times Nothing

The conclusion culminated in a bumbling Robert Mueller who testified that he could not find a shred of evidence that Trump colluded with Russia or for that matter with anybody. Mueller’s lead attorney was Andrew Weissmann, described by the Right as a pitbull prosecutor, whose career-long prosecutorial misconduct and lack of ethics was roundly exposed years earlier by author Sidney Powell in her book Licensed to Lie.

Weissmann was vehemently seeking to find anything to pin on Trump, but could not. Weissmann had to settle for some process crimes and perjury traps on Trump related advisors and associates, each of whom had zero to do with Russian collusion. All the while, Trump knew he was innocent. Yes, he ranted and raved, and lamented about the committee. He asked people if he could prevent this or that from happening.

In the end, Trump committed no obstruction, whatsoever: Not a single witness who was summoned was prevented from testifying in front of Mueller’s group. Not a single document was withheld by the Trump Whitehouse. Not a single executive privilege was invoked. Case closed. End of story, or it should be.

On Deck, The Next Hoax

A few weeks after the Mueller testimony, a phony Ukraine quid pro quo case emerged, backed by George Soros funds. The Ukraine controversy was based on nothing, as was the Russia hoax. The Democrat party, along with its liberal media and leftists cabal, perpetrated hoax after hoax after hoax, whether it was Russian collusion, the Japanese Koi fish pond, the Covington Catholic kids, the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, the “attack” on Jussie Smollett, and the Ukraine “quid pro quo.” There is nothing behind any of these claims. Nada. Concurrently, the record is beginning to reveal that Obama, Biden, and Clinton were involved in virtually non-stop quid pro quo.

Moving right along… As everyone now has learned, the Department of Justice probe into the origins of Russiagate has turned into a criminal investigation of the investigators. On cue, CNN and MSNBC are leading the chorus of spinmeisters alleging that the investigation is “Trump’s revenge” and purely political. It is not. Voluminous evidence suggests that serious crimes were committed by high-ranking officials across a broad swath of government agencies.

No amount of leftist spin and no new round of Democrat hoaxes will deter the ultimate progression to the truth. Still, if John Durham ever presents solid evidence of Deep State malfeasance, and perhaps treason, on cue the Left will attack him personally and will seek to minimize the value of the evidence. Their efforts will fail to persuade anyone but zealot leftists, of which there are many.

Lawless and Socialist

Impeachment #1 was a sham, and impeachment #2 follows suit. If Trump had not been the 45th president, and it had been Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio elected, or for that matter, third party-candidate Jill Stein, the Democrats would have persecuted that person, not as easily because no one in high office was as crude as Donald Trump. Nevertheless, nobody would be able to hold the office of president unscathed.

Too many people on the Left reside in a liberal media bubble and never consider anything but the columns and opinions and made-up fantasy created by The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, and everyplace else that is in on the game.

Trump is a highly flawed man with many of the personality disorders that numerous pundits have ascribed to him. His tweet attacks on others were juvenile, and many of his tweets were cringe-worthy. He inconsistently upheld the dignity of the office. That did not make him any less concerned about America, and any less effective in accomplishing a great deal during his four years.

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Smart Move in a Rough Economy: Help Your Boss to Shine

Stay on top of your job, your department’s goals, and your company’s objectives

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Making your boss look good can only reflect favorably on you. Both your boss and his or her supervisors will appreciate this.

The best way to make your boss look good is to handle your work efficiently and thoroughly. If your boss is fair, he or she will give you credit for the work, increasing your chances of promotion.

If your boss is not doing his or her share of the work, leaning on you unfairly without giving you the credit, it’s still likely that you’ll be promoted when your boss is promoted. That person knows you’ve been doing more than your share, and he or she won’t be able to take a new position without your help.

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Becoming a Mentor to Others

Maybe you’re only 27 years old, or perhaps you’ve only been with your present firm for a year and a half. Yet, with your previous experience and achievements, you may already be in a position to serve as a mentor to junior members of your organization. This can be accomplished on an informal, ad hoc basis, and you can literally choose the amount of energy you’re willing to commit. Helping junior members always looks good to those above you, especially at performance review time.

Stay on top of your job, your department’s goals, and your company’s objectives. This three-way strategy includes reviewing your job description, deciding precisely what your department’s goals are, and determining your company’s objectives:

Your Job Description

First, knowing your job description and honoring it, or amending it if necessary, protect you from any misunderstandings. It will also give you an idea of the part you play in the total picture of the organization, an important factor in your work satisfaction and chance of promotion.

Your job description ideally contains all the important activities of your position, the knowledge you need to have or acquire to perform those activities, and some sense of your overall role. If your job description does not adequately detail the information you need to know and the responsibilities you have, now is the time to change it.

Company Goals

Second, learn and understand the goals of your part of the company. By whatever method your organization is broken into groups — department, division, project team — your group has objectives.

Goals are important to guide actions as well as to mark milestones. Knowing your group’s goals will help you to set priorities for your own work and make wise decisions concerning how jobs can best be done.

What is the Mission?

Finally, be aware of your organization’s mission. Any organization, from the smallest business to the multibillion-dollar corporation, has a mission. If you don’t already know it, find out. Your organization’s brochure, annual report, promotional literature, or employee handbook will have the mission spelled out.

The mission will unify and give meaning to all the division or department goals. Although conflicts among divisions will occur because of the nature of different responsibilities, a solid base can be produced when all employees realize the overall mission of the organization.

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Lessons of the 2020s: Unanticipated Events Happen

Unforeseen tasks that arise represent intrusions on our mental and emotional state of being as well as on our time

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By now, nearly everyone has mentally marked the first few years of this decade as strange and, for those on the right, entirely upsetting. While we can’t guard against the unknown, or anticipate radical moves emanating from Washington DC, we can seek to do our best with what we have and what we know.

Each day when you compose your to-do list and begin proceeding merrily down it, do you take into account what is likely to occur in the course of a day? No matter how well we organize our lists and how productive we are in handling the products and tasks unexpected obligations, interruptions, and other developments arise that are going to throw us off.

How do you react when you are humming along, and all of a sudden, you get an assignment from out of left field? Perhaps your boss has asked you to jump on something immediately. Maybe a client calls. Maybe something gets returned to you that you thought was complete.

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To Be Flustered No More

If you are like most professionals, you immediately will become flustered. The intrusion on your time and your progress means that you are not going to accomplish all that you set out to before the end of the day. Is there a way to proceed and still feel good about all that you accomplish?

I believe there is, and it involves first making a miniature, supplemental to-do list that accurately encapsulates the new task that you need to handle. Why create this supplemental to-do list? It gives you focus and direction, reduces anxiety, and increases the probability that you will remain buoyant at the time of its completion and be able to turn back to what you were doing before the task was assigned.

If you don’t compose such a list, and simply plow headlong into the unexpected challenge that has come your way, you might not proceed effectively, and you might never get back to the to-do list on which you were working.

Anticipating the Unexpected

Unforeseen tasks that arise represent more than intrusions on our time; they represent intrusions on our mental and emotional state of being. Some people are naturally good at handling unexpected situations. Most of us, however, are not wired like this. Interruptions and intrusions on our workday take us off the path that we wanted to follow, and tend to be at least momentarily upsetting.

So… when executing the items on your to-do list, proceed ‘knowing’ that there will be an interruption of some sort. You don’t know when it is coming or how large it will be, but it will pull you off course. The key question for you is: can you develop the capacity to maintain balance and equanimity in the face of such disruptions?

The good news is that you can, and it all starts with acknowledging that the situation is likely to happen, devising a supplemental checklist to handle the new task, and as deftly as possible, returning to what you were doing.

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