Destroying Bernie with Brent Budowsky

Brent Budowsky had a wonderful plan to destroy Bernie Sanders, but I am not sure he will accept me as a partner in crime, although I think I made a tempting offer :)

Brent Budowsky had a wonderful plan to destroy Bernie Sanders, but I am not sure he will accept me as a partner in crime, although I think I made a tempting offer 🙂

Brent Budowsky, one of these so-called progressives,  thought he could write a confidential email to John Podesta the chairman of the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. The plan was to pay Bernie Sanders so that he would not create any problems.

And it seems to have been working. Although pretending that he was opposed to Hillary’s endless wars and close ties to Wall Street, Bernie has sold his soul. Even if Jill Stein offered her place as the presidential candidate for the Green Party, Sanders now wholeheartedly supports Crooked Hillary.

One day, I hope that I have a chance to meet Julian Assange and give him a big thanks for his continuous effort to expose the powerful elites. John Podesta has received a couple of emails from me because of the Wikileaks Podesta archive. Today I also wrote an email to my new friend Brent, but since I am not sure that we would accept my proposal for partnership, I post email here instead:

Subject: Re: Campaign money and negative ads….
Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2016 18:22:43 +0200
From: Kristian Kahrs <kristian.kahrs@gmail.com>
To: Brent Budowsky <brentbbi@webtv.net>, John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com>

Dear Brent, my good friend Julian, a man without any errors for a decade in exposing embarrassing secrets, suggested I could write to you. Julian made me aware of your email to our common friend John. It is wonderful that you have money in the bank so that we can totally destroy Bernie, while pretending to be his friend. You are a genius suggesting that we write repeatedly friendly and positive pieces about him, and then he will have no idea what hit him  It is wonderful that we can take advantage of these ignorant feel the Bern people, and I am confident that we can trick them into believing that they are progressive while they are really helping Hillary with her warmonging and efforts to destabilize the Middle East. I am so exited that all the Bernie supporters will now be partners with Hillary and the charming head choppers in Saudi Arabia!

Yes, Brent, together you and I are going to destroy NATO, while pretending that we are liberals concerned about humanity and democracy. Because of our effort countries like Norway will also leave, as I wrote about in my article NATO exit with Hillary. I am so happy that we will be partners in crime. And thank you to websites like endingthefed.com for not letting our friend Julian’s work be in vain.

Sincerely

Your new Norwegian friend in havoc and deceit

Kristian Kahrs

On 02.07.2015 03.11, Brent Budowsky wrote:

John, one thought worth considering would be for HRC to offer leadership for a
better kind of politics by suggesting Democratic candidates agree to not run
negative ads against each other during the primaries. A modern version of
Reagan’s 11 commandment of Republicans not attacking each other. She would
get credit with voters for trying, Bernie would almost certainly agree and O’Malley
doesn’t matter at this point and probably won’t….

HRC could then spend money running positive ads about herself, juxtaposed against
Republicans, which helps her favorable and trust numbers, draws a nice contrast
between her and Republicans, and when she has to go negative when Republicans
do, she has a strong foundation of having campaigned for a higher standard of
politics which voters want….

Frankly I thought it was dumb for McCaskill and Gutierrez to be attacking Bernie.
We are going to need his voters to turn out in November for HRC, he won’t be
nominated. I am doing the opposite, repeatedly writing friendly and positive
pieces about Bernie as an HRC supporter, and when the time is right I will have
money in the bank with him and his people as a liberal to urge them to come out
in force to vote for HRC…..which is not a given, and we won’t have much margin
for error in a close election…..Brent

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