Please, somebody play the race card: “like white on (Susan) Rice.”

Please, somebody play the race card: “like white on [Susan] Rice.”

And when will CNN say Susan Rice had to spy, to offset Russian spying?

by Jon Rappoport

April 4, 2017

CNN is already claiming the whole Susan Rice scandal is a tempest in a teapot, and the Trump team is exaggerating it to distract the public from…something. Fill in the blank yourself. For example: Trump isn’t actually the president, he cheated his way into the Oval Office, while acting as a secret agent for his handler, Vladimir Putin, who in turn was operating on behalf of aliens from Jupiter.

The Susan Rice scandal is out in the open. She, Obama’s national security advisor, led an effort to spy on legal phone calls the Trump team was making during the presidential campaign, in order to gain “intelligence on the enemy.”

The Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF) spoke with “Col. (Ret.) James Waurishuk, an NSC [National Security Council] veteran and former deputy director for intelligence at the U.S. Central Command.” Waurishuk said: “…many hands had to be involved throughout the Obama administration to launch such a political spying program…It’s unbelievable of [sic] the level and degree of the [Obama] administration to look for information on Donald Trump and his associates, his campaign team and his transition team. This is really, really serious stuff’.”

“Michael Doran, former NSC [National Security Council] senior director, told The DCNF Monday that ‘somebody blew a hole in the wall between national security secrets and partisan politics’. This ‘was a stream of information that was supposed to be hermetically sealed from politics and the Obama administration found a way to blow a hole in that wall’, he said.”

Yes, serious stuff. A felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

Obama, of course, will have plausible deniability if the Susan Rice scandal blows up into a Watergate. He didn’t know. He didn’t order the spying. He was playing golf that day. Or any day.

And if a Congressional investigation of Rice and her antics reaches a fever pitch, somebody can play the race card. That’s always an option.

“If Rice were white, this never would have happened to her.”

“The Trump people are all over her like white on Rice.”

Meanwhile, CNN, in alternating segments, can say a) Rice and her people never spied on anybody, and b) everybody spies on everybody all the time, it’s not a big deal…and then some on-air goofball will add, “In fact, we here at CNN are spying—”

And the TV screen will go blank, then display colored stripes, then come back and the goofball will be gone, and an anchor will say, “We had a technical problem for a moment.”

But under no circumstances will CNN or MSNBC admit that the swaggering shoot-from-the-hip cowboy in the Oval Office was right when he lashed out and claimed the Obama administration was spying on him. Even if a few Obama people come out in the open and confess to the spying, those networks will insist Trump made a lucky guess, that’s all. It was all a coincidence.

And anyway, he’s not the real president, he’s a spy ultimately working for aliens from Jupiter; and on Jupiter, everyone is a racist.

And that will settle that.

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25 comments on “Please, somebody play the race card: “like white on (Susan) Rice.”

  1. Greg C. says:

    If they get Rice before a congressional hearing, we’ll be treated to her fake moral outrage, with the Congressional Black Caucasians circling the wagons. Maybe she’ll try the “no controlling legal authority” line that Al Gore used. Or the “What difference does it make” line that Hillary used. As in, Trump won anyway, despite them having the most powerful intelligence operatives working against him. We will see the most creative legal hair-splitting, linguistic gymnastics, and hiding behind the shield of “national security” yet. She can take some pointers from Comey.

  2. elliottjab says:

    It is touted ‘brown rice’ is a better choice. Doubtful I’ll ever eat either again…


  3. robertwachsmuth says:

    I love fried rice

  4. henry says:

    The game they are playing is a bit more interesting. Trump said that he was wire tapped instead of saying he was spied on. The start of every Democrat interview starts out with “Trump said he was wire tapped and that is not true”. As Bill Clinton said “It depends upon what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is.” The trick is to give a technical definition of the term “wire tapped” to mean a very specific form of spying. They then use that definition to say that Trump not only wrong, he is dishonest and stupid. The average person doesn’t know the tricks of the trade. This is why the whole Obama cabinet must be forced to answer Senate questions under oath. They will change their story if they are forced to testify because they don’t want to go to prison.

  5. Terri says:

    These criminals must be prosecuted for sedition, treason and insurrection immediately.

    Trump is doing a great job revealing the criminality of our public servants who have taken an oath to uphold the state and federal constitutions of the united States of America.

    A public office is a public trust. Such offices are created for the benefit of the public, not for the benefit of the incumbent. In re Olson, 211 Minn. 114, 118, 300 N.W. 398, 400 (1941).

    Public service is a public trust, requiring employees to place loyalty to the Constitution, the laws and ethical principles above private gain. 5 USC Sec. 7301, Section 101. (a), Part I, Ex. Ord. No. 12731, Oct. 17, 1990, 55 F.R. 42547.

  6. Rip says:

    She should have been indicted for Benghazi. These criminals know they are immune and just look at the MSM burying this story like Vince Foster’s corpse.

  7. As a side item, Jon,

    There are “aliens” stationed on or “in” the Jupiter moon, Ganymede. Cursory investigation into their “type” suggests they are Lemurians. Located outside our dimensional range, they may appear “invisible” to experiencers.

    To the best of my research, they have no links to CNN, Trump or the Russians, but I will keep you updated as new information comes in.


  8. From Quebec says:

    I’m a woman, so don’t call me a racist.

    But I do hate women politicians. Like I hate woman soldiers and women cops. They are the worst of the worst.

    Just to think about Susan Rice, Maxine Waters, Nancy Pelosi, , Dianne Feinstein. Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, Claire McCaskill, Angela Merkel, etc, etc…

    Don’t ask me why, it would be impossible to explain to you, why, I just hate them.

    There is only one that I sort of liked, it was Margaret Thatcher. And I should add that I have a good feeling about French Le Pen who will probably win the next election.

    • Terri says:

      Women who are criminals and thugs are the worst of the worst. They are denying the sacred feminine and abdicating their powerful role they should be fulfilling. It seems like more of a betrayal because the female has so much more potential in so many ways and for them to act in such a subversive manner is against nature.

      Society wouldn’t be in such bad shape if women hadn’t failed on every level possible and for what? Nothing worth having.

      • From Quebec says:

        So true, Terri.

        Children when they are still in the wound, already have a place waiting for them in a child care facility. Women do not raise their children anymore. They do not breast feed them. They do not homeschool their children anymore. And we wonder why the new generation is so fucked up.

        And what about abortions replacing birth control? This is so heartbreaking.

        Women have great powers, but it seems like they do not appreciate it, they want men power.

        I have nothing against women working after they raised their children, or sooner if they don’t have kids, but why choose the military, the police department or the political world where almost everything is corrupt? I just don”t understand that.,

  9. Isn’t Susan Rice ‘white’ like Michael Jackson abandoned ‘black’ ? …

    ^ Killer Women of the State Department

    There’s your ‘race card’ (its a satire)

  10. williard says:

    There are aliens on Jupiter?

  11. Sam Nelson says:

    Distractions. Keep’em busy over here while we tear’em up over here.

  12. John says:

    Creating an inverse reality, moral relativism, the “murdering” of ones individual soul, group thought, illogic, class/racial warfare, public education by liberal indoctrination, selective outrage. All tools of the fanatical and psychopathic marxist left.

    The modern day leftists are the enemies of common sense and western civilization. Their children will inherit a world of chaos and insurmountable debt. They are trying to enslave and anihilate humanity based on fairy tales and delusions of a false liberal utopia which never existed and never will.

    Yet, when it is convenient they twist the law, fudge words and tell us, “it all depends on what the meaning of the word is is.”

    The eight years of Obama were filled with stooges like Rice who were incompetent yet were good at promoting an agenda and a tyranny under the shield of law. Holder, Lynch, Rice: all bold face liars used to promote a liberal globalist ideology based on delusion and fairy tales.

    “There is no greater tyranny than that which is perpetrated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.” -Montesquieu-

    This quotes rings so true today. It highlights the treason, not only of the last eight year. But more importantly it magnifies the sold-out puppet liberal statist media which is equally complicit in letting tyranny reign unabated.

  13. artemisix says:

    Ya know, i totally thought this was a non story diversion. there is real stuff going on, like global warmongering, the poisoned water in every city, i put this story in the diversive propaganda catagory…it is a diversion. Like the kardashians. or sports. There is worldview propaganda (internal and external, and diversionary) these things all serve a function.

  14. Pleiku69 says:

    Some Susan Rice History:
    In a 2002 op-ed piece in the Washington Post, former Ambassador to Sudan Timothy M. Carney and news contributor Mansoor Ijaz implicated Rice and counter-terrorism czar Richard Clarke in missing an opportunity to neutralize Osama bin Laden while he was still in Sudan in 1996. They write that Sudan and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright were ready to cooperate on intelligence potentially leading to Bin Laden, but that Rice and Clarke persuaded National Security Advisor Sandy Berger to overrule Albright.[23] Similar allegations were made by Vanity Fair contributing editor David Rose[24] and Richard Miniter, author of Losing Bin Laden, in a November 2003 interview with World.[25]
    While the writings of Carney, Ijaz, Rose and Miniter each claim that Sudan offered to turn Bin Laden over to the US and that Rice was central in the decision not to accept the offer, The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks on the United States (the 9-11 Commission) concluded in part “Sudan’s minister of defense, Fatih Erwa, has claimed that Sudan offered to hand Bin Laden over to the United States. The Commission has found no credible evidence that this was so. Ambassador Carney had instructions only to push the Sudanese to expel Bin Laden. Ambassador Carney had no legal basis to ask for more from the Sudanese since, at the time, there was no indictment outstanding.”[26]

    There wouldn’t have been a 9-11 if we had control of Bin Laden when the opportunity presented itself. Somebody needs to look into this deeper now that we have a new administration.

    • CPP says:

      This is interesting background. But there’s a problem with the information relayed by your source. The original 2002 article by Carney and Ijaz (here: does not implicate Rice and Clark in anything until 1997, when bin Laden had already been expelled from Sudan and that government was only offering intelligence. Sudan had tried to hand him over to the U.S. via Saudi Arabia in 1996, but that was a no-go. The article goes on to say that “By election day 1996, top Clinton aides, including (Sandy) Berger, knew what information was available from Khartoum and of its potential value to identify, monitor and ultimately dismantle terrorist cells around the world. Yet they did nothing about it.”

      These are the mentions of Rice and Clark in the article:

      “By the end of summer 1997, they (U.S. foreign service officers) persuaded incoming Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to let at least some diplomatic staff return to Sudan to press for a resolution of the civil war and pursue offers to cooperate on terrorism. A formal announcement was made in late September. Two individuals, however, disagreed. NSC terrorism specialist Richard Clarke and NSC Africa specialist Susan Rice, who was about to become Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, persuaded Berger, then national security adviser, to overrule Albright. The new policy was reversed after two days.”

      (The funny thing is that Rice was about to become Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs because, per Wikipedia, Albright had “urged” Clinton to appoint her to that position.)

      “In a final attempt to find a way of cooperating with U.S. authorities, Sudan’s intelligence chief repeated the unconditional offer to share terrorism data with the FBI in a February 1998 letter addressed directly to Middle East and North Africa special agent-in-charge David Williams. But the White House and Susan Rice objected. On June 24, 1998, Williams wrote to Mahdi, saying he was “not in a position to accept your kind offer.” The U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were bombed six weeks later.”

      In his book, 9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA, Webster Tarpley points to Richard Clark (who remained counterterrorism czar under Bush) as the one who first began, on the morning of 9/11, spreading the notion that bin Laden was behind the attacks. He views Clark as the original propagator of this myth. Of course, they needed their patsy to remain at large until the event.

      The “Clinton Administration” section of the Wikipedia page on Susan Rice is worth a read, as well as some other material, like that under “Libyan Civil War”. It paints her as complicit in the devastating Congo Wars, and for generally being part of the problem in Africa. It also provides a sampling of her over-the-top rhetoric against Gaddafi and Assad, and describes her as part of a fem-hawk trio with Clinton and Samantha Power.

      Here’s a gem: “On July 7, 1998, Rice was a member of an American delegation to visit detained Nigerian president-elect Basorun M.K.O. Abiola. During this meeting, Abiola suffered a fatal heart attack.”

      Rice’s father was a Cornell economics prof. and “the second black governor of the Federal Reserve System,” and her mother “helped design the federal Pell Grant subsidy system” and “joined the Brookings Institution in 1992.” Rice was a Rhodes Scholar and is a member of the CFR and Aspen Strategy Group. …White-as-Rice privilege?

  15. “Dem rep: Trump WH, conservatives are attacking black women”


    Dem rep: Trump WH, conservatives are attacking black women
    © Greg Nash
    Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) said Wednesday that she is “stunned” President Trump and conservatives for attacking three prominent black women.

    In a tweet, Jackson listed American Urban Radio Networks White House correspondent April Ryan, fellow Democratic lawmaker Rep. Maxine Waters (Calif.) and Obama’s former national security adviser Susan Rice as black women who have come under “attack” by the Trump administration and Republicans.

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