As impeachment proceedings intensify, and a second whistleblower has come forth, we turn to Dr. Rollon Shystrovski for further details.
Dr. Shystrovski is an independent analyst with anonymous origins and several degrees in State Secrets and Other Shenanigans, plus CEO of the company Pot, Kettle, and Black Inc.
Dr. Shystrovski speaks in a very low base voice resembling the turning of the barrel on a garbage truck, much like Henry Kissinger.
This voice, he maintains, is essential to gravitas in all political analysis, versus the high ranting and squeaking sounds usually heard on urgent matters as with CNN and other news sources.
Currently, we see the secret to “democracy in action” being played out by both sides in the impeachment “civil war.”
It all comes down to a lot of nasty people who have it in for each other, and be damned to the public, he says.
The essential modus operandi is to accuse the opponent of what you yourself are guilty of in three steps.
So, in this case, we have Russia-gate 2.0 which a) obscures or covers up Democratic operations in Ukraine in 2014, where the US government caused a coup and put in power its own representative.
Part of that coup involved shenanigans wherein influence flowed out and money flowed in, as with Mr. Biden’s son getting his position with Burisma Holdings at 50 grand a month.
The second part of the strategy b) is throw onto your opponent exactly the thing that you must yourself avoid being charged with.
This includes working up a lot of outrage with your proxy mainstream media to claim (on every news cast, with polling) that here, at last, is the straw that broke the camel’s back, as (at the moment) with Mr. Trump’s evil.
That the camel is riding on a pot calling the kettle black can thereby be obfuscated as c) a string of whistleblowers (September, October, November, etc.) is summoned out of the intelligence community swearing first hand knowledge of the down and dirty.
Those same whistleblowers must not turn quickly to say (in further whistleblowing action) that what they now claim has happened is modeled after what the other side did some years back.
Convincing them re loyalty is called “the Epstein narrative”, in which anything dubious could lead to a prison cell where the guards are too fatigued to guard, and the video system is on the blink.
Should Trump be convinced “to do a Nixon” at this point? That is, resign?
Dr. Shystrovski: “I would say yes. He can always get more comfortable as an analyst on FOX News when Mr. Pence takes the office and pardons him.”