A Preview into the Beginning of the End of the Trump Administration

I hesitated in writing this blog post because it’s going to reveal a big chunk of my 2019 predictions. However, with recent events transpiring around the Trump white house, I feel it is necessary to say this now. Certain events may accelerate faster than the end of the year and I’d like to get a jump on it before it starts.

The anonymous New York Times op-ed from a senior White House official that has had Trump in such a tizzy foretells of the coup attempt on Trump that I have hinted at in previous blogs. Evoking the 25th amendment as the only other alternative, this staffer tells of the unaccountable reigns of power being held by unelected bureaucrats in the hope of keeping Trump’s worst impulses at bay. Putting aside my personal feelings on Trump’s horrendous policies, this upstaging of the elected agenda of the public is dangerous to the destruction of any last vestiges of democracy and control that the people have over their own affairs. Confirmation of this reality comes from a follow up article about Robert Rosenstein further proving the accusations in the op-ed to be truthful. This is a signal of the beginning of the end of the Trump administration. The elite may have tolerated him until now, but that time is rapidly coming to an end.

While the staffer who wrote the op-ed believes he will not be revealed, he is wrong. The op-ed threw the word “lodestar” to try to implicate Mike Pence as the author of the piece. Pence didn’t write it, but he did want to oust Trump from the presidency to become president himself. That plan has been stopped as a result of this op-ed. He will now be forced to resign under pressure and a Trumpian VP takes his place to scare these same bureaucrats who aligned with the op-ed writer into not removing him. What scares these staffers more is that the author will be revealed as John Kelly by the end of the year and he’s forced out in disgrace. While he might talk to Mueller, it will not matter in the end as the probe is coming to a close. His revelations of the Trump white house will fall on deaf ears and there will only be one way to remove him at this point in time.

Before all of this happens, Trump sees major victories come from the jaws of defeat. While he will not be able to push Brett Kavanaugh onto the Supreme Court, the anger from his base over the derailed appointment push them to go to the polls and stop the hyped “blue wave” that has been touted in the media. As a result, Democrats fail to retake the House and end up losing many seats in the Senate. The Republicans will shed their moderates in the House creating a smaller, but more conservative, majority than ever before. The Senate also sees the ouster of most of the red state Democrats, along with a few surprises, to give the GOP a filibuster proof 60 seat majority that becomes dangerous next year.

Newly freed of the electoral shackles, Trump works to wreck havoc in 2019. He purges more than half of his cabinet and replaces them with loyalists who will solely do his bidding. His senate and house pass odious bills and they hold the country hostage to his whims. The repeal of most welfare programs and the final dismantlement of Obamacare are in the works for the early part of next year and those plans will begin to be put into play. Trump will push a new speaker of the house more beholden to him than ever before. Mitch McConnell, if he isn’t out by this point, will become a flack and enabler for all of Trump’s policies…even ones he strongly disagrees with. This consolidation of power might be tacitly accepted by the Democrats, but resistance will come from those who Trump has dangerously made enemies with, the intelligence agencies.

Another important result of Trump’s new found power is that the Mueller probe is shut down either in December by Trump’s pen or in June by the new conservative supreme court (this is one of two major outrages that tempers the involvement of the court on big issues in the future….the other is abortion). While Kavanaugh isn’t confirmed, Amy Coney Barrett, an equally dangerous justice, will be and she’ll rule the same way without all of the baggage. This closing off of all other options infuriates the deep state and the CIA and FBI begin attempts to orchestrate an assassination against him between July and August. The irony in all of this is the failed Maduro assassination blueprint will be used against Trump even if it was his White House who orchestrated it.

Trump will be killed at a rally between September and December of 2019. I have seen this more specifically in visions now that those dates draw closer. It will happen as he’s exiting the stage and the secret service purposefully creates a lapse in protection which will be struck upon to shoot and kill him. It will be blamed on ISIS or another Muslim group, though the initial blame is from a Mexican drug cartel. Ultimately, it will be obvious to almost everyone that a patsy set up by the intelligence community will be used to remove him from power, but it will never be officially confirmed. This will see a major fissure come upon the country and shakeup the 2020 elections in ways most won’t expect.

The new President (who I can’t see at this time, though it isn’t Pence) sends fear into the marketplace by enacting even more volatile policies in the White House than his predecessor. While his or her popularity is sustained by a newly martyred Trump, it creates panic amongst Democrats looking to fight fire with fire. As a result of these events, it will lead to a tumultuous 2020 election that will, for the first time, pit two individuals against each other that the powers that be don’t control. This creates fear amongst the elite, but will eventually be accepted by them when the alternative is made clear in the corresponding months. It will pacify the revolutionary undercurrent that is once again upon us, but it won’t mollify it and it will strongly emerge again in the 2030’s decade. This is as far into the future as I can clearly see at this time. Much of this will be reposted in the 2019 predictions post at the end of the year/early next year, potentially with some additions that come in visions in the next few months. I hope this information has been helpful. Best wishes to you all as always. You’re going to need it.

Dreams and Predictions for September 2018

So while a number of things I have written have already been fulfilled last month, a few big ones were big misses. I’m still trying to figure out why that was the case and I’ll hopefully have some answers soon. In the meantime, here are a few predictions to share for the month.

1) There will be a big, coordinated push to push out Jeff Sessions this month and he will be out, along with Rod Rosenstein, by the end of the year.

2) There will also be a coordinated push to oust the Vice President, Mike Pence. I suspect he’ll be out by years end as well.

3) There will be immigration related trouble in Arizona this month as it becomes a hotspot of rage over mass arrests and imprisonment of undocumented workers. The treatment is notably worse than usual.

4) Finally, there will be a last minute breakthrough on Brexit courtesy of Jeremy Corbyn if he can survive the onslaught against him by a foreign power.

9/2 ETA: Another prediction.

5) One of the major terror attacks I warned about in the 2018 predictions page will likely occur this month, especially if Trump does anymore further damage in the Middle East.

9/7 ETA: I have a lot of thoughts to share about the Trump administration on the heels of the upcoming Bob Woodward book and the anonymous op-ed in the New York Times from a senior official. I might make it the blog post of the month, but I fear doing so because it’ll give away a large chunk of my 2019 predictions for the White House. Let me know in the comments if you think I should go ahead with it anyway. In the meantime, here is a prediction based on these recent developments.

6) Although Mike Pence is looking to oust Trump from the presidency, he did not write the op-ed. Instead, his chief of staff, John Kelly, authored it and I believe it will be exposed by the end of the month or in early October. His resignation follows soon after.