Monday, April 1, 2019

Twitter Isn't a Reflection of the State of the American Republic

Some of my readers are old enough to remember the days of Watergate.

After the news of the break-in, the links leading back to the White House began filtering into the media.  Famously, Woodward and Bernstein were closest to the story, keeping the American public informed through their articles in the Washington Post.

Many might recall that Nixon's downfall wasn't the break-in itself, but the subsequent cover-up.  For months, people wondered if justice would be served or if the President and his Watergate lackeys would go unpunished for their crimes.  We know how it ended.  Howard Hunt, G. Gordon Liddy, Chuck Colson, James McCord and Nixon's Attorney General, John Mitchell, wound up going to prison.  Nixon himself resigned.  And we know now that the Department of Justice had prepared indictments against Richard Nixon.

I do not know if William Barr is trying to bury Mueller's report or not.  Moreover, I do not care.

What I DO know is that I trust the integrity of Robert Mueller and his work.  I trust the patriotism of a man whose personal sacrifices began, fighting a terrifying enemy in the jungles of Vietnam and carried him back to Washington, D.C., where he brought the organized criminal network of John Gotti to its knees.

But let me tell you something else.

I know about the ongoing global counterintelligence investigation that continues, with the assistance of the intelligence agencies and law enforcement entities of 29 nations.


Because in my own small way, I have tried to chip in and assist this effort, providing information (resulting from now THOUSANDS of hours of research) that I have hoped will assist the general public and law enforcement.

As most are aware, I have been mass-reported off of Twitter several times. I will probably never be coming back to Twitter.

There are a few accounts on Twitter that I have recommended people avoid.  Others, I have strongly endorsed.

But I feel I must make a statement about the general hopelessness I'm seeing on Twitter.


I didn't get into this fight so that my fellow soldiers would turn tail and run or start crying about the death of the Republic, just because things got rough.

We are WINNING, not losing.

If you're under the impression that the high crimes and misdemeanors we have recently witnessed will go unpunished in America, then you haven't been paying attention.

Twitter is NOT a reflection of reality.  I have stated many times that if something is trending on Twitter, 99% of the time it's BS.  I have talked about the motives of Twitter's upper management, their ties to Yuri Milner, Yandex, even funneling cash to Iran.

If someone is leading you down the primrose path, leading you down a trail of despair and hopelessness, STOP FOLLOWING THEM.   They are wrong.  And they will be PROVEN wrong, soon enough.

America is NOT lost.

In fact, we are within sight of the American Republic's finest moment.

Hang in there.  Be a beacon of hope and light for others.

I promise will be proven right.


  1. Thank you, Chris. We won't give up!πŸ’ͺπŸΌπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
    Twitter isn't the same without you btw.❤

  2. You. Are. Awesome.
    Thank you for being that beacon.

  3. United we Stand. Thanks for the reminder

  4. You're so right, Chris--well stated. This deserves the widest possible dissemination. I wear myself out, trying to lift people's flagging spirits and keep fighting the good fight. Discouragement is the enemy. My confidence in Robert Mueller and in our prosecutors is unwavering. I do remember Watergate. I was a law student at the time. Your account is spot on. Miss having the give-and-take with you on Twitter, but I'm grateful to see you here. Thank you for all you've done and are continuing to do.

  5. Not me....I'm a believer in America the Beautiful. Thank you Chris

  6. This is great and it is also a very fine, 4-5 paragraph summary of your own work. :-)

  7. You made me cry. I needed this this morning. I'm so grateful for all you are doing, and have done, for America. You inspire me.

  8. Thank you, Chris. Always good to read something from you.