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Apr 15 2018

Could WWIII Start over Fictional Piddling Prostitutes?

World War I was a cataclysm that killed 16 million people and initiated the ongoing decline of Europe. It was set off by a relatively minor incident: the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. In light of Friday’s attack on Syria — which drew a predictably menacing response from Russia, and could easily escalate out of control — WWIII could be set off by something downright trivial: a fictional account of piddling prostitutes.

In an attempt to delegitimize his presidency, Democrats have convinced themselves that Trump is in league with the Russians. The attack on Russia’s ally Syria for allegedly using chemical weapons may have been motivated in part by an attempt to dispel this allegation.

All the ballyhooed investigating has produced nothing of consequence, so why does the Russian stuff get under Trump’s skin to the point that he set off the whole Mueller spectacle by firing James Comey? Comey’s new book might offer a clue.

A Higher Loyalty is likely to consist of self-serving grandstanding by a guy with minimal credibility. But you can learn something from anyone:

Comey describes President Trump’s obsession with uncorroborated intelligence suggesting that Russia had compromising material on him — specifically including footage of him watching prostitutes urinate on each other in a Moscow hotel room in 2013, while Trump was in town for the Miss Universe pageant.

There is no evidence to support this salacious allegation. Yet it vexes Trump.

The allegation has also become shorthand for something even more problematic for the White House: the notion that Trump’s reluctance to forcefully confront Russia on myriad fronts is rooted in some sort of compromising material that Russian President Vladimir Putin and allies have on the U.S. president.

WaPo enthuses about “the tantalizing possibility that the Russia tape just might exist.” Comey himself says that “it’s possible.”

You might say that the media has been goading Trump by implying that if he doesn’t get into a fistfight with Vladimir Putin, then the piddling prostitutes story is real.

For Trump, this is the most intolerable calumny in the Hillary-financed Steele dossier.

According to Comey, Trump “strongly denied the allegations, asking — rhetorically, I assumed — whether he seemed like a guy who needed the service of prostitutes.”

Infidelity is okay, apparently. Maybe wanting to watch women pee on each other is okay. But a proud Casanova can’t have anyone thinking he had to pay for sex.

Now that media moonbats have found a nerve, they are likely to keep applying pressure there. Nothing good will come of it.

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