The Russia-Collusion Hoax and another President Obama?

November 26, 2019 (Steven O’Reilly) – Tucker Carlson had an interesting segment on his  show this evening (November 25). In this segment, he speculated that Michele Obama might yet enter into the presidential race (see here, beginning at 20:00 mark). He offers a number of compelling observations that support the speculation. I suggest the reader take a look at the Carlson clip.

We don’t know yet that Michele Obama will in fact enter the race — it is only speculation. But if she were to eventually do so, it would at that point raise some interesting questions regarding President Obama’s official acts while still in the office of the president.

While various investigations are currently underway into the whole genesis of the Russia-collusion hoax, it does seem apparent that the whole effort involved an illegal scheme to target and bring down candidate and later President Trump using U.S. intelligence and law enforcement assets — and apparently, foreign intelligence connections as well.

Further, it certainly appears to be the case that President Obama knew about this effort at some level, and in fact, must have approved it (e.g., see excerpt of Andrew McCarthy‘s book on the subject). This brings me back to Tucker Carlson’s speculation. IF Tucker Carlson’s speculation were to materialize…and Michele Obama were to enter the 2020 presidential race as a Democratic candidate…one might then wonder in such an event if one goal of the whole Russia-hoax plot was to damage or weaken Trump — ousting or muddying him through an impeachment process — in order to facilitate a future Michele Obama candidacy.  Cui bono?

Let’s keep an eye out and see if Tucker Carlson’s speculation is on target.

Steven O’Reilly is a graduate of the University of Dallas and the Georgia Institute of Technology. A former intelligence officer, he and his wife, Margaret, live near Atlanta with their family. He has written apologetic articles and is author of the historical-adventure trilogy, entitled Pia Fidelis, set during the time of the Arian crisis. The first book of the Pia Fidelis trilogy. The Two Kingdoms, is available on Amazon.com.  Mr. O’Reilly asks for your prayers for his intentions.  He can be contacted at StevenOReilly@AOL.com (or follow on Twitter: @S_OReilly_USA).


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