Michael Cohen’s Opening Statement is a Sickening Betrayal and Contains at Least A Series of Provable Lies

Elder Patriot – Now that special counsel Robert Mueller is wrapping up his investigation he’ll issue a report full of unprovable innuendo so that House Democrats can justify picking up where he left off.

Pelosi has positioned the House Democrats to be the water carriers for the corrupt UniParty whose benefactors – the Chamber of Commerce, the Business Roundtable, multinational corporations, international bankers, etc. – stand to lose control of trillions of dollars in downstream revenue and corporate welfare if Trump cannot be stopped.

It’s important to note that those dollars won’t be lost to the U.S. economy, only to those mega-interests.  Smaller, more nimble, more inventive domestic companies will have the chance to flourish and, coupled with the increased competition, will result in higher quality and lower prices to the U.S. consumer.

Professional politicians from both sides of the aisle comprise the UniParty.  As we said above, their interests are not consistent with your interests.

Everything they do is calculated.  Everything they do is to exercise control over the American people for the financial benefit of their corporate benefactors.  Everything.

As Sundance explains:

The baseline here is that everything the institutional-left does, is sequential and planned. This is what they do. This is all they do. None of the characters within the institutions of professional leftism create anything; build anything; have a life purpose for anything, other than organizing their efforts to exploit control of others via politics. This is all they know how to do. When you develop your skills to see their patterns you can then see the predictability behind it.

This brings us to the staging of Michael Cohen’s testimony that begins today.  Cohen’s opening statement has been posted online:

Michael Cohen Opening State… by on Scribd

Cohen’s statement and testimony have been orchestrated as part of a larger plan that is intended to administer maximum political damage to President Trump and end in his impeachment.

But, if Cohen delivers the words that are in this advance copy of his statement, his credibility will take a battering that goes well beyond the lies he previously told to Congress.

From page 9 of his expected statement:

“Donald Trump is a man who ran for office to make his brand great, not to make our country great.  He had no desire to intention to lead this nation – only to market himself and to build his wealth and power.  Mr. Trump would often say, this campaign was going to be the ‘greatest infomercial in political history.’

He never expected to win the primary.  He never expected to win the general election.  The campaign – for him – was always a marketing opportunity.

I knew early on in my work for Mr. Trump that he would direct me to lie to further his business interests.”

Hillary Clinton sycophant and operative Lanny Davis, now serving as Michael Cohen’s attorney and advisor, appears to have written this part for Cohen.

How do I know this, because like everything else that came out of the Clinton campaign, the statement cannot be proven and the facts say otherwise.

As president, Donald Trump has delivered on his promise to make America great again, and for everyone.  From unprecedented economic growth to record low unemployment and rising wages across all socio-demographic groups, Trump has delivered and delivered big.

The wealth of the United States has never been greater.

As for President Trump, who according to Mr. Cohen only ran for president to enhance his personal wealth, he’s lost a billion dollars of personal net worth according to Forbes. He has also donated the salary he earns as president to various governmental agencies.

As far as never expecting to win, his frenetic pace while on the campaign trail, suggests otherwise.  It was Hillary Clinton who abandoned campaigning to attend fundraisers as the election approached.

Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to eight counts of criminal wrongdoing.  Six were crimes of a personal nature leaving Cohen facing up to 25 years in prison as well as more than $1.25 million in fines.  These crimes – five counts of income tax evasion and one count of falsifying a credit application – had nothing to do with President Trump.

It’s the two other crimes that Cohen pled guilty to that hinge on tenuous arguments at best.  But, Cohen accepted the charges as part of a quid pro quo for a greatly reduced sentence.

This opened the door for Mueller to hand these charges off to the SDNY and House investigators to maintain the “Trump is corrupt” narrative as we move into the 2020 election cycle.

Mueller had gone as far as he could in maintaining that narrative but, with the appointment of William Barr as the new Attorney General, he knew the special counsel charade would be coming to an abrupt end.

That’s because special counsels fall under the jurisdiction of the Department of Justice.

The testimony of Michael Cohen is step one of a two-year plan to tarnish President Trump to the point where the House eventually has the public’s support to bring impeachment charges against the president.

This is not impeachment in the historical sense.  Rather the procedure contemplated is not for removal but rather solely for political gain.  Think Saul Alinsky and his Rules for Radicals.