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Here Are the Top 18 Facts that Prove Donald Trump Is Actually a Deep-State Shill


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From pushing the COVID injections as “safe and effective” (even now in 2023) to flying on Jeffrey Epstein’s jet to having a long-established relationship with the Clintons, here are the top 18 reasons Trump is actually a Deep-State shill. Amongst the other points are the fact that the former president appointed John Bolton and Robert Kadlec to key positions in his administration, pushed remdesivir on Americans, and kept Fauci and Birx on his Coronavirus Task Force for all of 2020.


Although Donald Trump garnered approximately 74 million votes in 2020 and is credited with catalyzing the “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) movement—as well as the idea of putting “America First”—the self-proclaimed drainer of the Washington, D.C. “Swamp” has failed to walk the proverbial walk at every critical juncture. If there were any doubts about this undeniable truth in the earlier years of his presidency, it became crystal clear—to anybody capable of critical thought—after 2020 and the COVID-19 “pandemic.”

As only a partial review of just how badly Trump has screwed over Americans—particularly the conservatives who voted for him thinking he’d fight the RINOs instead of championing them—here are the top 18 pieces of evidence that prove the Orange Clown (Sense Receptor’s term) is actually a gargantuan Deep-State shill. One who is, perhaps, more dangerous than any RINO as he’s so wildly successful at conning Americans into believing he actually cares about them.

1. Trump Kept Tony Fauci and Deborah Birx on His ‘White House Coronavirus Task Force’

Although Trump is famous for his penchant for letting people go in a theatrical manner (You’re fired!), for some reason he never pulled the trigger on jettisoning (lying disgusting criminal) Anthony Fauci nor (lying disgusting criminal) Deborah Birx off his “White House Coronavirus Task Force.”

Despite the fact that Trump and Fauci developed a kind of cartoonish feud in the mainstream media, with Trump indicating he’d have Fauci removed if he won a second term, and Fauci implying that Trump was not taking COVID-19 seriously as a public health concern, Trump did absolutely nothing to muzzle the little, lying rat. In fact, Fauci proclaimed Trump had done nothing to muzzle him in late February 2020.

Although that was early on in the “pandemic,” as late as October 2020, Trump had still done nothing (substantive, anyway) to keep Fauci from spewing his enormously harmful lies on television. On October 5, 2020, for example, Fauci was telling people how they were allowed to celebrate Thanksgiving with their families.

Likewise, Trump kept Deborah Birx—who had served as the director of the United States Military HIV Research Program—on the White House Coronavirus Task Force despite the fact that she was pushing mass testing using the obviously fraudulent PCR “tests” that were never even calibrated with an isolated virus. In the video immediately below from late April 2020, Trump works in tandem with Birx to sing the praises of America’s response to COVID; particularly in regard to its deployment of mass-scale testing.

For reference, Birx is the one who told America that the federal government was classifying all deathswith—COVID-19 as COVID-19 deaths.

2. Trump Appointed Robert Kadlec as Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response

Although he’s relatively anonymous compared to Tony Fauci and Deborah Birx, long-time Deep State actor Robert Kadlec played a key role in the Trump administration’s response to COVID-19. In fact, Trump appointed Kadlec to be the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response in 2017.

For those unfamiliar, Kadlec, who served as the UN bioweapons inspector in the Iraq War in 1991, wrote in a 1998 internal strategy paper for the Pentagon that “Using biological weapons under the cover of an endemic or natural disease occurrence provides an attacker the potential for plausible denial.” Kadlec added in the paper that “Biological warfare’s potential to create significant economic loss and subsequent political instability coupled with plausible denial exceeds the possibilities of any other known weapon.”

Kadlec, who was the Director for Biodefense and Special Assistant to President George W. Bush for Biodefense Policy from 2007 to 2009, also became Deputy Staff Director for the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence when he was appointed by Trump in 2017.

Image: The White House / Sense Receptor

Along with his Deep State background, pharma insider Sasha Latypova has also noted in one of her presentations that Kadlec led an update to the PREP Act “to make sure that [it was] completely ironclad and bulletproof so that nobody can ever, ever sue any one of these companies, or anybody associated with [the manufacturing of the COVID injections] for any injury or liability.”

Furthermore, as outlets such as Business Insider reported in May 2020, Kadlec’s office (in 2019) made a deal to purchase up to $2.8 billion of smallpox vaccine from a biopharmaceutical company called Emergent BioSolutions—a company for which Kadlec had served as a consultant. While he did not disclose this fact in his Senate nomination forms during his 2017 confirmation process, he still remained in his position until January of 2021. Meaning there was a period of at least six months where Trump knew Kadlec had enriched himself at the expense of his nation, yet didn’t fire him.

Not incidentally, Kadlec also claimed in an interview from November 2021 that he and his colleagues were the ones who “pitched [the]… idea of accelerating the FDA approval cycle” for Project Warp Speed. This meant, according to Kadlec, in his own words, “[taking] the processes that are typically done sequentially and doing them in parallel.” (Of course, there’s a reason that’s normally done. Because it’s utterly unsafe.)

3. Trump Kept Jerome Adams on as U.S. Surgeon General Despite His Stupidity

Keeping with his theme of hiring on absolute clowns for key positions in the federal government, Trump also nominated “Dr.” Jerome Adams for U.S. Surgeon General in 2017. During the “pandemic,” Adams was a key (moronic, insufferable) voice on television and the internet telling people to follow useless and wildly harmful “public health measures.”

In the video immediately below from April 2020, for example, Adams tells Americans (specifically “people of color”) “to adhere to the [White House Coronavirus] Task Force guidelines to slow the spread.” He then tells Americans—violating their Consitutional rights—to “stay at home if possible,” “maintain six feet of distance between you and everyone else” and “wear a mask.” He also sprinkles a little guilt in with his baseless, harmful guidance, saying Americans should do these things to for their “abuela” (grandmother in Spanish) and “grandaddy.”

Again, Trump nominated this man for his position, and never fired him throughout 2020.

4. Trump Praised China’s Harsh COVID Response

Not only did Trump surround himself with dastardly, disgusting morons during the COVID-19 “pandemic” in 2020, but he himself took time out in January 2020 to praise China for its response to the “virus.”

“China has been working very hard to contain the Coronavirus. The United States greatly appreciates their efforts and transparency,” the disgusting Orange Clown wrote in a tweet posted January 24, 2020. He added “It will all work out well. In particular, on behalf of the American People, I want to thank President Xi!”

If this seems like a fluke of a compliment, or perhaps a sentiment that changed over the years to come, it wasn’t and it didn’t. In a speech given in September of 2022, Trump praised President Xi Jinping of China for “ruling with an iron fist” over his people. Trump also referred to Xi as “fierce” and said he referred to him as a “king” when he met him.

5. Trump Threatened That He Had the Power to Lock Down the United States

Although police powers are reserved to the states according to the Consitution’s Tenth Amendment, during 2020 Trump was eager to pretend as if this were not the case.

“For the purpose of creating conflict and confusion, some in the Fake News Media are saying that it is the Governors decision to open up the states, not that of the President of the United States & the Federal Government. Let it be fully understood that this is incorrect….” Trump wrote in a tweet posted April 13, 2020. He added “….It is the decision of the President, and for many good reasons” and that he was making his decision “in conjunction with the Governors and input from others… .”

For reference, as the Cornell Law School states, the Tenth Amendment says “[t]he powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” Cornell’s page notes this means that “in the United States, the federal government does not hold a general police power but may only act where the Constitution enumerates a power. It is the states, then, who hold the general police power.”

Furthermore, in—April—of 2020 Trump responded to Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s decision to re-open the state saying “It’s just too soon. I think it’s too soon.” Trump added “They can wait a little bit longer, just a little bit – not much. Because safety has to predominate. We have to have that.”

6. Trump Signed the CARES Act into Law

While many Americans—especially the MAGA crowd—frequently points to there being far more inflation under Biden than Trump, they usually seem to forget that it was Trump who signed the CARES Act into law. That is, the $2.2 trillion “economic stimulus” bill that was passed and then signed into law on March 27, 2020.

For reference, the CARES Act was the largest economic stimulus package in US history, and amounted to 10% of America’s total gross domestic product. As Congressman Thomas Massie noted in a series of tweets in early April 2023, the CARES Act was passed without a record of who voted for it, but “Trump [still] signed it later that day.”

Not only did Trump sign the CARES Act the same day it was passed—without a recorded vote—but he attacked Massie ferociously on Twitter when the congressman protested the bill’s passage.

“Looks like a third rate Grandstander named [Thomas Massie], a Congressman from, unfortunately, a truly GREAT State, Kentucky, wants to vote against the new Save Our Workers Bill [CARES] in Congress,” Trump wrote in a tweet posted March 27, 2020. “He just wants the publicity. He can’t stop it, only delay, which is both dangerous……” Trump added. He even called for Massie to be “[thrown] out of [the] Republican Party!”

All of this money, of course, was not in circulation, and therefore had to be “printed” by the Federal Reserve. By the end of 2020, the Fed had created $3.5 trillion out of thin air and injected it into the US economy.

On that same note, only four days before he signed the CARES Act into law, Trump praised Fed Chair Jerome Powell, saying that he’d done “a really good job” and that he was “proud of him.” (See tweet immediately below.)

7. Trump Refuses to Admit the COVID-19 Injections Are Neither Safe Nor Effective

The gravest of Trump’s crimes against America in relation to COVID—despite the enormity of the previously mentioned ones on this list—is, of course, his touting the COVID injections as “safe and effective.” Even now, in March of 2023—after even the SAGE has come out and said that the injections aren’t necessary for healthy teens and children—Trump has yet to change his tune.

From the beginning Trump touted the enormously dangerous and utterly ineffective injections, calling them “an American medical miracle” in early December 2020. He specifically called the bioweapon injections “one of the greatest miracles in the history of modern-day medicine… or any other age of medicine.” (See video immediately below.)

In March of 2021, Trump recommended to Fox News’ audience that they receive the poisonous injection. He even recommended it “for the people who don’t want to get it who voted for [him].”

In December 2021, Trump reiterated the injections were “one of the greatest achievements of mankind” and told Candace Owens that we would have had a repeat of the Spanish Flu without it. He also said that “the ones who get very sick and go to the hospital are the ones that don’t take the vaccine” and that “if you take the vaccine you’re protected.” He added “people aren’t dying when they take the vaccine.”

For reference, it can be said with the utmost certainty that there would not have been a repeat of the Spanish Flu had there not been the release of the poison injections on Americans, as we can see from Africa that COUNTRIES WITH HIGHER UPTAKE RATES HAVE MORE CASES OF COVID. COUNTRIES WITH LOWER UPTAKE RATES HAVE FEWER CASES OF COVID. As determined by both total case number and percent positive. Read through the post embedded immediately below for undeniable evidence of this fact.

On top of the data from Africa, we have overwhelming evidence that THE INJECTIONS MAKE PEOPLE MORE LIKELY TO GET COVID. See, for example, the health statistics coming out of the UK. Or a study produced by the Cleveland Clinic posted online in December of 2022 that showed THE MORE BOOSTERS ONE GETS, THE MORE LIKELY THEY ARE TO GET COVID. (See the graph from the study immediately below.)

Image: Nabin K. Shrestha, et al. / Medical Archive

Furthermore, there was ample evidence early on in the rollout of the injections that they were obscenely unsafe and ineffective. This September 2021 letter from Pfizer to the FDA noted that CASES OF COVID INCREASED AFTER A POPULATION RECEIVED THE INJECTIONS. Likewise, Pfizer’s own post-authorization data showed that its injections were causing enormous amounts of carnage, including over 1,200 deaths in just a three-month timespan.

8. Trump Received $1 Million for His Inaugural Party from Pfizer

As Robert Kennedy Jr. says in the video immediately below, Trump received $1 million from Pfizer for his inaugural party—that is, the black- and white-tie social event held to celebrate the commencement of his term as president.

Below is an excerpt from the source document showing that Trump did indeed receive the $1 million from Pfizer.

Perhaps not incidentally, Spectrum reported Trump’s inaugural committee raised $107 million, which was more than twice the amount for any other US president in history.

9. Trump Overwhelmingly Endorsed Remdesivir as Safe and Effective

Although there is an enormous amount of evidence showing that Remdesivir, a broad-spectrum antiviral drug (BSA), is hugely harmful for patients, Trump was still more than enthusiastic in his endorsement of the deadly concoction.

Despite its extensive development history, remdesivir has failed as a treatment in general, and as one for COVID-19 in particular. This is unequivocal. The World Health Organization (WHO) literally advised against the use of remdesivir while Trump was in office in 2020.

“WHO has issued a conditional recommendation against the use of remdesivir in hospitalized [COVID-19] patients, regardless of disease severity, as there is currently no evidence that remdesivir improves survival and other outcomes in these patients,” the WHO wrote on its website. It has since updated its recommendation “following publication of new data from a clinical trial,” although it’s unclear if those trial data are even available to the public. The WHO also still has its original recommendation against remdesivir posted. More importantly, the evidence is overwhelming that remdesivir is far more harmful than it is beneficial as well—read source studies via the post embedded immediately above.

In the video immediately below from May 2020, Trump says he’s “pleased” to announce Gilead received its EUA for remdesivir from the FDA, touting it as “the hot thing” and “an important treatment for hospitalized coronavirus patients.”

Two days later, on May 3, 2020, Trump said he and his colleagues were “pushing it [remdesivir] really hard.” (He added they were “also pushing something else, the vaccines.”)

In October 2020 Trump’s doctors also supposedly started him on a five-day treatment course of remdesivir.

10. Trump Didn’t Pardon the J6 Protestors, Julian Assange, or Edward Snowden Even Though He Could Have

Despite the fact that Trump was reportedly thinking about pardoning the “J6” protestors before he left office, he didn’t.

“In the final days of his presidency, Donald Trump seriously considered issuing a blanket pardon for all participants in the Jan. 6 riot, according to two people with direct knowledge of the matter,” Politico reported in February of 2022. Of course, despite his supposed consideration, he pardoned nobody involved in “J6.”

For reference, On January 8, 2021, the Justice Department announced charges against 13 people in connection with the “Capitol riot” in federal district court, and more had been charged in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.) As Laws101.com states, a US president “can pardon anyone he deems deserving before they’re formally convicted, during a formal investigation, or even after the individual in question has been convicted of the crime.”

Likewise, Trump had the opportunity to pardon journalist Julian Assange, as well as whistleblower Edward Snowden, but did not. Many Americans, including some in mainstream media like Tucker Carlson, openly called for Trump to pardon Assange. Rand Paul even wrote an op-ed calling for Trump to pardon Snowden.

11. Trump White House Advisor Jared Kushner Received $2 Billion in Funding from Saudi Arabia

For those who think it’s only been Biden and the rest of the Swampy presidents who enjoy enriching their relatives, think again. As outlets reported in April 2022, Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law—who served as a senior advisor to Trump from 2017 to 2021, as well as the Director of the Office of American Innovation—received a $2 billion investment from Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund for his investment firm Affinity Partners months after the former president left office.

As the Washington Examiner reported, Kushner had developed ties with Saudi Arabia while working as a White House Advisor. The real estate investor, for example, oversaw the US government’s response to the 2018 murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He subsequently met in person with the Saudi crown prince in 2019.

Kushner was also responsible for coordinating the “Abraham Accords” between Saudi Arabia and Israel, along with national security adviser Robert O’Brien, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and national security official Miguel Correa.

While it could be argued that this potential quid pro quo only pertains to Kushner and not Trump himself, note that the fact would still add more evidence that the former president is exceptional at surrounding himself with “The Swamp” rather than draining it.

12. Trump Was a Strong Supporter of War Hawk John Bolton

Although neoncon and war hawk John Bolton is commonly thought of as a staunch Deep State pillar—he supported the Vietnam War (although didn’t fight in it); served as Assistant Administrator of USAID and then Assistant Attorney General under Reagan; served as Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs under President George H. W. Bush; and served as Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs under President George Bush—Trump still hired him on as US National Security Advisor. A position in which he served from 2018 until 2019.

Trump originally referred to Bolton as a “fantastic representative” who is “highly respected” and “a good man.” The former president also said that Bolton had “a good number of ideas that [he agrees] very much with.”

For a sense of just how much of a lunatic war hawk John Bolton is, he wrote in a February 2018 Wall Street Journal op-ed that America needed to consider “the legal case for striking North Korea first.” Bolton wrote, “The threat is imminent, and the case against pre-emption rests on the misinterpretation of a standard that derives from prenuclear, pre-ballistic-missile times.”

Likewise, Bolton is considered to be a key “architect” of the Iraq War. Bolton wrote in a National Review article published in April 2023 that “The 2003 invasion of Iraq and overthrow of Saddam Hussein were accomplished rapidly, with consummate skill and professionalism, and with thankfully low U.S. casualties.” He added “This period of major combat operations (March 20 until May 1) was close to flawless.

“The reasons to invade were clear and compelling: Saddam directly threatened U.S. security by pursuing WMD and supporting terrorism,” Bolton added in his National Review op-ed.

Bolton either left or was fired as Trump’s National Security Advisor in September 2019. In April 2023 Bolton wrote in a tweet: “He’s [Trump] threatening that if he doesn’t get the nomination, he’ll blow up the presidential campaign, and whoever the Democrats nominate will win. I think most Americans actually don’t want a convicted felon to be their president.…”

Link to tweet

13. Trump Supported Paul Ryan as Speaker of the House

Along with Bolton, Kadlec, Kushner, Fauci, Birx, et al, Trump also endorsed Swamp Creature Paul Ryan as Speaker of the House in 2016. Trump called Ryan “a good man and a good guy.” During an endorsement speech Trump said he and Ryan “mostly agree” on things, and also endorsed Senator John McCain.

As a refresher, Ryan ran as Vice Presidential candidate alongside Swamp Creature Mitt Romney in 2012. He was also a “reliable supporter of the [George W. Bush] administration’s foreign policy priorities” who voted for the 2002 Iraq Resolution, authorizing the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

14. Trump Endorsed Charlie Crist and Continually Bashes DeSantis

It sounds unbelievable, but Trump has come out firmly against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis—who took an enormous amount of heat in the media for reopening his state before others did, as well as calling out the inefficacy and safety issues with the COVID injections. In one viral video online, for example, in which Trump refers to DeSantis as “DeSanctus,” the former president says that Florida’s governor “reminds [him] so much” of “RINO” and “loser” Paul Ryan.

Yes, even though Trump unequivocally endorsed Ryan as Speaker in 2016, here he is bashing the crap out of DeSantis for supposedly acting like him.

Trump has also talked about how Charlie Crist, a former Florida governor (then a Republican, currently a Democrat) was “very successful” in his run against DeSantis in 2022.

Note that even Wikipedia says Crist “lost in a landslide.” Crist also urged Florida to follow Biden’s lead and require state government employees to take the wildly dangerous and utterly ineffective COVID injections.

15. Trump Wanted to Limit the Ownership of AR-15s

Although few conservatives likely know this, Trump was an advocate of attacking the Second Amendment. In February 2018, for example, Trump said he’d “give a lot of consideration” to the possibility of raising the age of ownership of AR-15s from 18 to 21.

The Washington Post also reported in a lengthy op-ed on AR-15s that aides to Trump said the former president told them “I don’t know why anyone needs an AR-15.”

The New York Post also reported in December 2018 that the Trump administration “issued a new rule banning bump stocks, the attachments that enable semiautomatic rifles to fire in sustained, rapid bursts… .”

The Intercept reported in 2016 that in his book The America We Deserve, which was published in 2000, Trump said “I generally oppose gun control, but I support the ban on assault weapons and I support a slightly longer waiting period to purchase a gun.”

16. Trump Flew on Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ Jet

Although it seems it’s not commonly known—certainly amongst his supporters—Trump is recorded as a passenger on Jeffrey Epstein’s “Lolita Express” jet according to official flight logs. (See excerpt immediately below.) Here is a link to the flight log.

Although the flight log only has him on the jet once, the Daily Mail reported on hand-written flight logs that had him on the jet six times in total.

17. Trump Told Klaus Schwab He Was Doing a ‘Fantastic Job’ with the World Economic Forum

In 2018 Trump said that World Economic Forum head Klaus Schwab was doing “a fantastic job” with his globalist organization. Trump spoke at the WEF’s Davos Summit at the time.

Schwab himself defended Trump against people who had “biased interpretations” of him.

18. Trump Had an Extensive Relationship with the Clintons Prior to Becoming President

Although the MAGA crowd really doesn’t like discussing the topic, it’s undeniable Trump had an extensive relationship with the Clintons prior to becoming president in 2016.

The Clintons, for example, attended Trump’s wedding to Melania in 2005. Trump also contributed $100,000 in 2009 to the Clinton Foundation. (“Fact check” for that claim here.)

Trump also bought a $10,000 table at a Clinton Foundation gala in 2010.

Perhaps even more incredible, Trump donated to Hillary Clinton’s political campaigns 10 times, including multiple times for her Senate run.


Feature image: Trump White House Archived

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