Again, we believe the White House is bugged

By Alexandra Cohen
Las Vegas Tribune
For more than twenty months we, at Las Vegas Tribune, have been “suggesting” that President Donald Trump’s home at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, AKA the White House, could very well be bugged and no one is paying attention to our very direct “suggestion” of some type of conspiracy against the president, personally and in his administration.
The newspaper has also questioned the fact that the president and any of his top advisers never thought about terminating the services of FBI Director James Comey from day one. Most of the time, if not all the time, when there is a new administration, either in government or in the private sector, there are changes in the top positions.
It is very common that when a gaming group takes over a casino property that group brings in its own trusted people; and when a new administration takes over, it will appoint its own trusted people.
Close to home, we learned that the only political figure that was successful in keeping most of the old administration was Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, who had no political experience and needed those
who were already there until he could place his own trusted team in place.
In September 2013, President Barack Obama appointed James Comey to the position of Director of the FBI. In that capacity, he was responsible for overseeing the FBI’s investigation of the Hillary Clinton email
controversy.
This newspaper has emphasized many times that the president should have dismissed the old FBI Director and named his own trusted person for that job; if he had done that no one would have had a reason to
cry, to object or to complain because it would have been like “a new administration change of personnel” and that would have been the end of that.
It is questionable how it is that most of the “conversations” and “private” or “confidential” meetings are leaked out of the Oval Office or any other wing in the White House, making us wonder when they are
going to listen to us.
Quoting words made popular by this newspaper’s founder, “our conspiracy theory mentality happens to be on target most of the time; and even if I talk with an accent I do not think with an accent; my
age and my years living in this wonderful state have given me some political wisdom and I have more than proven it on many occasions,” making Las Vegas Tribune the most realistic newspaper of today.
“We don’t have anyone telling us what to write or what not to write and thanks to former Senator Harry Reid, we have no advertisers trying to control our editorials or content,” explained Perly Viasmensky, the
General Manager of the publication.
The President and his closest confidants should have realized that Director Comey’s loyalty would rest with the Clinton Clan and should never have trusted him, but that is what happens to many people who
act in good faith; they get doublecrossed by those close to them.

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