On Patriot Bolton (painful to say), Trump & Serpens Traditors

Pains me to say, but Bush II era, UN wrecking ball John Bolton stepped up to the plate for the US when he dared question Trump’s handling of Russians hacking the US election.

With rumors of Electoral College President Elect (ECPE) Trump’s possible involvement in the Russian hacks (for business gains) running riot on the internet, how could a good patriot not call the ECPE to the mat?

By late morning today, as predicted in the Daily Turmoil, hardline Conservatives began to chaff at the ideologically meandering ECPE.

But it took Bolton, who is bold if nothing else, to stand up to ECPE, saying that if the allegations (of Russian interference in the US Presidential elections) are true” the Kremlin’s activity is “utterly unacceptable and that it is not enough to say — and people should be careful about this….. ‘Well, it didn’t actually have an impact on the election.”

Too subtle for Trump? He has a staff to explain it to him, but surely the message is clear: anyone who cares about US interests, patriots all, would not tolerate intolerable Russian meddling. Others might simply call him a Traitor.

But the bromance with Putin will continue until it’s bad for the ECPE’s business. So, we’ll have to wait and see.

In the meantime, other aspirants at the bottom of the Alt Right bag of vipers are sharpening their fangs and lying in wait.

Personally, I can’t wait for the Bannon-Bolton Ultimate Fight which is surely coming soon.

By the way, Serpens Traditors means Traitorous Snakes in Latin.


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