Caught in the Act! CREW Lawsuit Proves "Get Trump" Team Is Extension of British Crown's 1990's "Get Clinton" Operation

January 24, 2017

American statesman Lyndon LaRouche has warned for decades that the British Empire is the greatest enemy of the institution of the U.S. Presidency per se, targeting any President who threatens to defend the United States and its people, regardless of party or profile.

LaRouche's admonition is proven in spades by Monday's favored media-feeding frenzy against President Donald Trump, the lawsuit filed by "Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington."

CREW charges that President Trump is violating the Constitution by illegally receiving payments from foreign governments; that because he did not divest from his businesses, "he is now getting cash and favors from foreign governments, through guests and events at his hotels, leases in his buildings, and valuable real estate deals abroad," from countries such as China, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines. CREW made clear it has been waiting to pounce.

"Now that he is President, his company's acceptance of any benefits from the governments of those countries violates the Constitution," CREW wrote.

CREW is a self-proclaimed "progressive" outfit set up in 2001 to counter similar conservative operations. One of its major funders? George Soros's Open Society Institute. Who is George Soros? Not just a ruthless megaspeculator who got his training expropriating the properties of Jews sent to the death camps by the Nazi occupiers of his native Hungary, but the British Crown's leading drug-pusher globally, and well-known as a key hitman in the British empire's "Color Revolutions" internationally. The same Soros who continues to back Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Who is the president of CREW? One David Brock, denounced by many as a "liberal" or "leftwing" political hitman. Founder of the Media Matters for America "watchdog," Brock has also made himself a powerhouse in the Democratic Party, through such vehicles as his "American Bridge" superpac—also funded by George Soros. He purports to be a close ally of Hillary Clinton.

This is the very same Brock who in the 1990's, then operating as a "rightwing" hitman, played a key role in the British Crown's operation to emasculate the U.S. Presidency by impeaching Bill Clinton. Brock played his assigned role in the "Get Clinton" operation run by MI6's Ambrose Evans Pritchard, scribbling the so-called "Troopergate" article, published by American Spectator in Dec. 1993 which triggered the media uproar which then led to President Clinton's Jan. 12, 1994 request for the appointment of an independent counsel and the eventual impeachment of the President.

On Dec. 6, 2016, the now-retooled hitman, Brock, announced that his American Bridge superpac had set up a "war room" to take down the Trump administration on "corruption" charges. Brock promised that "American Bridge will use everything at its disposal to hold [the Trump administration] accountable," and bragged of having the largest archive of Trump opposition research in the Democratic Party.         

Three days later, Wall Street—that bastion of "Tory" traitors since the American Revolution—weighed in, to buttress Brock's "conflict of interest" operation. This not-so-subtle "play-ball" message to the President-elect took the form of a Bloomberg news service posting on Dec. 9 called "Tracking Trump's Web of Conflicts." It contained a world map and an accompanying listing of Trump's businesses and potential businesses in 20 countries, with a final section tagged on, reporting the $630 million of debt reportedly owed by Trump's businesses to such international lenders as Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, and others.