Tuesday, January 30, 2018


Experience on the Tree of Life is about intertwined branches that should grow together in unison but apparently never do in our bipolar physical reality. Take for example the three branches of the US government ... legislative, executive, and judicial whose powers should not exceed each other ... until they do. The results ... chaos, conspiracies, coverups, and more at the Capitol.

Since Trump became president ... well we know most of what has happened over the past year ... diversion, distractions and more. Tonight Trump addresses the nation in his first State of the Union Message with the formidable assignment of shoring up a presidency threatened by a Russia scandal that is sowing rancor in Washington and tearing at national unity. Trump will tout his great successes. as he sees them and paint a picture of a glorified future, which is not possible in the best of circumstance as all leaves eventful from the Tree and branches die off. Bill Kristol: I'm no longer sure we can save the Republican Party. Why would they want to, it never worked.

Branches and Patterns

We know Trump's pattern of reading a speech from the teleprompter then tweeting something else the next day then changing his mind again depending on reaction. Like the person on social media who goes there do to battle ... Trump instigates ... he needs that Russian (rush-in) high. We understand his psychological profile and hope it gets him impeached. His nemesis for now is Robert Mueller and anybody else who stands in his way or criticizes his behavior which constitutes most of us. Trump is so self destructive he torpedoes his own successes which takes us to clinical depression mixed with other disorders. What does he believe? That too changes from moment to moment symptomatic of certain mental illnesses where one lives in the moment.

The FISA Memo

The House Intelligence Committee voted along party lines Monday to publicly release a classified memo written by Republicans alleging FBI abuses in the agency's surveillance, an aggressive move that could feed a GOP push to undercut special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation and ratchets up a battle with the Justice Department. The Nunes memo says the FBI abused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act over its use of the opposition research dossier on Donald Trump and Russia as part of the case to obtain a FISA warrant for former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page. It cites the roles of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and outgoing Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe in overseeing aspects of the investigation, according to a source briefed on the matter. Read more or watch the news or read conspiracy theories.