Sex, Lies and Compromised POTUS: Trump and the possible Russian Honeytrap

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A President possibly compromised by a file in Russia. Photo: Gage Skidmore--Flickr.

[Speaking Truth To Empower]

Last week, fired former FBI Director James Comey, amid media analysis of his about to be released book, “A Higher Loyalty,” revealed Donald Trump asked him to investigate and disprove allegations that Trump engaged in sexual urination, called “golden showers,” with Russian prostitutes, in 2013, in Moscow.

This isn’t just about sex and prurient press coverage, as some Republicans are suggesting.

This allegation must be examined because: treason, with Russia, maybe involved.

Additionally, Republican conservatives who were holier-than-thou lecturing America on “family values” and morality ethics, must also be rebuked for their silence and hypocrisy on these matters.

Ultimately, however, this story matters much because: it is likely Trump is being politically extorted through tapes and recordings Russian President Vladimir Putin may have of Trump carnally cavorting with prostitutes. Here’s a question all Americans must consider: is Donald Trump vulnerable to political sexual blackmail?

Wouldn’t this explain why Trump has been so reticent in not attacking two particular people: Vladimir Putin and Stormy Daniels?

Last week, former FBI Director James Comey released, to the press, his long-awaited book entitled “A Higher Loyalty,” and several salaciously sexual revelations about Donald Trump are highlighted. Some of the more sensational statements in Comey’s book relate to Trump’s alleged strange sexual proclivity with prostitutes peeing on one another.

Comey addressed these claims in his book and in an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos.

Comey claims Trump tried to convince him to investigate and disprove allegations Trump engaged, with prostitutes, in the sexual urination practice called “golden showers.” According to Comey, Trump expressed worry about what his wife, Melania, would think of these allegations.

"He brought up what he called the 'golden showers thing,” said Comey. “Adding that it bothered him if there was 'even a 1 percent chance' his wife, Melania, thought it was true.” Is Trump worried he maybe the first president facing marital divorce while in office? Is there something here violating their pre-nuptial agreement?

Is there a connection here with Trump’s restrained rhetoric on porn star Stormy Daniels—as he avoids publicly attacking her on Twitter, where he attacks nearly everyone else? Moreover, if Trump has orchestrated hush money payments to silence women he had sexual relations with, like Stormy Daniels; and former Playboy model Karen McDougal; what would he be willing to pay Putin and the Russians for their silence?

The impeachable issue of treason is seriously at play here.

Comey reportedly writes that Trump denied these sexual allegations, of him watching prostitutes peeing on one another, by saying ‘I'm a germaphobe. There's no way I would let people pee on each other around me, no way."

Trump apologists will argue revelations like these are irrelevant. These are the same Republicans who argued President Bill Clinton was unfit for office amid stories of his extra-marital affairs, including one with Monica Lewinsky. Clinton’s sexual conduct, and his lies, were used by Republicans clamoring for Clinton’s impeachment and removal from office.

How can the same self-righteous Republicans now defend Donald Trump’s sexually scandalous behavior, which includes numerous accusations of criminal assault against women? How can so-called evangelical conservative Christians condone the behavior of Trump and alleged pedophiles like Judge Roy Moore?

An important fact we should consider is this: Clinton’s sexual conduct never rose to the level of being a national security risk. Trump’s alleged liaisons with Russian prostitutes is quite a different story.

One important reason why these seemingly private sexual affairs matter here is: the use of “honeytraps,” by foreign espionage agencies, and the use of other sexually uncomfortable information like this in blackmail and extortion attempts. Comey hints at these sordid political tactics.

"I had often wondered why, when given numerous opportunities to condemn the Russian government's invasions of its neighbors and repression — even murder — of its own citizens, Trump refused to just state the plain facts,” Comey writes. “Maybe it was a contrarian streak or maybe it was something more complicated that explained his constant equivocation and apologies for Vladimir Putin."

It isn’t difficult to reason what Comey is insinuating here.

For some time now, there has been speculation that: Putin possibly has tapes and recordings of Trump in compromising positions with Russian prostitutes, which can be used as instruments of extortion. This would surely explain Trump’s brown-nosing and butt-kissing of Putin, which is noticeably unlike the bellicose behavior he displays when talking about countries like North Korea or Iran.

Aren’t Republicans, especially, those who remember Ronald Reagan calling Russia the “evil empire,” curious about the play-nice, “why can’t we be friends” approach Trump takes with Putin?

The use of “honeytraps,” where the sexual tendencies of people are used against them, has a long record in espionage history—the Biblical story of Samson and Delilah is an early example. American leaders have used these methods. Indeed, it wouldn’t be surprising that a leader like Putin probably routinely engages in sexual surveillance when powerful foreigners visit Russia.

Given Trump’s clear lack of discipline it’s not hard to believe he is indeed guilty of engaging in these activities with Russian prostitutes. The multiple accusations of sexual misconduct and alleged affairs with Karen McDougal, and Stormy Daniels only strengthen the validity of these allegations.

Comey also talked about something we’ve heard a lot about—which is another important part of why this all matters: the multiple women who have accused Trump of sexual harassment and assault.

According to Comey, Trump "Asking — rhetorically, I assumed — whether he seemed like a guy who needed the service of prostitutes. He then began discussing cases where women had accused him of sexual assault, a subject I had not raised. He mentioned a number of women, and seemed to have memorized their allegations."

Here, Comey is telling us Trump was worried about the 19 women who have accused Trump of sexual harassment and assault. Republicans are questioning Comey’s truthfulness—and Comey, in his own words, characterized himself as a “flawed human being.” Comey’s actions in the runup to the 2016 Elections election can surely be questioned—although, he was likely not the straw tilting the presidential political scales against Hillary Clinton.

The same “fake news” media Trump attacks is the main reason he is president.

Given the weight of the evidence here—as well as choosing between Comey’s character or Trump’s—how can Republicans call Comey a liar, while defending a serial fabricator like Trump?

As more media accounts about Trump’s affair with Stormy Daniels—and about hush money payments— are exposed, we must remember all the women who accused Donald Trump of sexual harassment, and, or, assault. On the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape, Trump brags about sexually assaulting women saying, "I just start kissing them. I don't even wait. And when you're a star, they let you do it, you can do anything ... grab them by the pussy."

Trump has claimed this was just “locker-room talk.” Bragging about sexual assault is “locker-room talk?” One of the interesting things to watch will be whether White women will rebuke Trump in this year’s mid-term elections. Even after all the sexual accusations from these many women, and the “Access Hollywood” tape, 53 percent of White women still decided Trump was more fit to be president—even when the real possibility of electing Hillary Clinton as the first female president was the other option.

Will White women correct their mistake this November?

Many, on both sides of the political spectrum, have been critical of Comey’s conduct as FBI director. Yet, Republicans attacking Comey must remember this: Comey’s claims about Trump, in his book, are echoed by other sources. It strains credulity that Trump is the truthteller here. Trump’s sexual behavior must now be contemplated as a national security risk.

Donald Trump is morally repulsive. Republicans who continue to defend him will be stained by his stench.

Instead of “draining the swamp,” the swamp has been made more stinky by Donald Trump.

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