Important Discussion – Col Douglas Macgregor Has Suspicions About Pompeo, Esper and Milley…

Well, well, well…. we are not alone in our suspicions of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley.

Tonight Col Douglas Macgregor outlines his own suspicions about the U.S. military attack in Iraq and Syria that parallel our initial gut reaction.  Macgregor states his belief that President Trump is being “skillfully misinformed”.  WATCH:

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POTUS has yet to make a comment about it.

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427 Responses to Important Discussion – Col Douglas Macgregor Has Suspicions About Pompeo, Esper and Milley…

  1. Hans says:

    Just wondering… is this war being sold because of the Iranian centrifuges that have supposedly gone on line. Is this attack going to be about the destruction of their uranium enrichment facilities..

    Food for thought.

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    • RJ says:

      For years now the Iranians in charge have sought whatever they can get to destroy their enemies. Top of the list is a nuclear weapon, no doubt. Anyone who posits a different perspective is someone who has worked (and may still be working) for Obama, a great and true friend of Iran while Israel’s worst enemy!

      I don’t think President Trump wants to use military power unless he sees no other option. Then he will employ Obama’s dearest friend’s dictum: Use overwhelming force! That friend would be General Powell, the RINO who came to dinner with our former Dear Leader.

      All this talk about being “sucked into a war” is just banter by those who are not in the know, like me…I don’t have the real facts, the options, the game plan. I think if all goes well on Trump’s Iran game plan their citizens will begin to revolt in great and deadly serious ways this coming March of 2020.

      I can’t wait for Spring.

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      • amjean says:

        I commend you for admitting that none of us “know”; we can only surmise and speculate.
        If I don’t listen to the claptrap by the media spouting lies about President Trump, why
        should I listen to anything else they propose as “fact”?

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      • TPW says:

        Wish we had the will and tenacity to have a spring here in this country. it looks like thats the only thing that will put a stop to our corruption.

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  2. Scrapiron says:

    Too late now, the Baghdad embassy is being threatened with a hostage situation right now. President Trump needs to stop listening to the war monger neocons. This is a trick to get us in another unwinnable, endless war. The effort to keep us in the ME forever is underway. I remember the campaign of 16. No more wars without an end in sight

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    • RJ says:

      Anyone stopping to think about Americans who fought, died and were injured to liberate those purple finger citizens of Iraq?

      Now take a look at those citizens jumping the walls, throwing flaming items, spray painting slogans, offering nothing but hatred to the USA.

      Who is learning a lesson here? America or Iraq? Win or lose?

      How about we teach them a lesson they won’t soon forget? Might just be coming to such a decision.

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      • ballgame17 says:

        IMO, these people attacking the embassy are the Shia ” union lackies” or “flash mobs” summoned to protest on a text.

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        • Just as long as they are not being paid by our own black ops DS.
          (Which is more than likely).
          I don’t believe ANYTHING I read about things like this, including that the Embassy is under threat or whatever. Might be true, might be half true, might be true but the actors involved are being inaccurately, or falsely, described. Etc. ad infinitum.

          So basically I don’t follow any breaking stories to do with the military or intelligence. Stuff that happened a few years ago, maybe can be read about in a slightly more helpful fashion, but probably not. Usually have to go back 50 years and then pick through many different versions. (Meaning, basically, following all this stuff is a big, fat, waste of time for nearly all of us!!!)

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      • dollops says:

        The lesson was learned back in 1945 and then promptly forgotten: unconditional surrender with no opportunity to go back to the fascist ideology (in this case “Islamic Republic”) that brought on the armed conflict. No defensive war is ever won until the causal paradigm is destroyed.

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        • RJ says:

          I concur.

          Further, recall the President who was more concerned about getting up on his cross next to his beloved Jesus than fighting a war where Muktada Al Sadr (that Shiite cleric in Baghdad who had a big militia and is still alive!) was granted his freedom from being shot by us because “Islam is a religion of peace!”

          Fools come and go, the problem is one can’t always spot them in time.

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        • Major Rage says:

          The “lesson” you allude to is the wrong strategic prescription. Our policy is to win the conflict – the “win” need not be “unconditional” or by “surrender”. We win just as well if we annihilate the enemy whether he submits to our demands or not. We win just as well if we occupy enemy lands and take everything of value from him whether he submits to our demands or not. The facts on the ground will reveal who the victor is.

          Therefore, it is completely foolish to announce to our opponent – “We will fight you to the death” – for the obvious reason that it will only motivate him to dig deeper and resist longer. Instead, allow him to speculate that he can somehow talk, negotiate, bargain, or maneuver his way out of the harm we intend to do to him. He will talk, talk, talk at us while we kill, kill, kill his people.

          That is how our enemies deal with us all around the world.

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    • Nobodysfool says:

      We have Americans under siege right now in our Embassy in Iraq. Is this the proper time to start posting opinion pieces and then readers jumping on board to second guess how and why this siege is underway?

      I’m actually surprised that this website, in particular, decided to take the threats occurring now in real time as an opportunity to say, “See! I told you so! Pompeo is CIA! He’s bad!”

      How would YOU feel if you had a loved one caught up right now in this? As a parent, child or spouse of someone in harm’s way, do want resources geared toward finger pointing or do you want our President to pay attention to what is to be done instead of laying blame on his staff?

      Are their forces at work trying to create Benghazi 2.0 to hurt Trump’s reelection? Hell yes. Oz Geist, a Benghazi hero survivor will be calling into KVOR 740 AM in Colorado Springs in the next few minutes to give his insight. That’s who I’m going to listen to.

      Go ahead and ban me from this hallowed ground. You won’t miss my opinions. Sometimes the mantra of “if it bleeds, it leads” is too much.

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      • 100% YOOPER says:

        Glenn Beck said it best, “Question everything.” When it comes to our government, I like that saying.

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        • Nobodysfool says:

          “Question everything” should be prefaced with timing.

          For every pearl clutcher here complaining about Pompeo, ponder this: If you think Pres Trump will not walk right over the top of Pompeo if need be to protect, defend and support Americans in that Embassy, you haven’t been paying attention.

          There are liberal media comments out there that sound very much like comments here. The intent is to divide, create suspicion. This not the time for any of that! Pompeo is likely resigning soon to make a run for Congress–POTUS is already considering his replacement.

          As for Glenn Beck, I questioned his motives and intent down on the border passing out soccer balls and teddy bears to illegal border crossers. So, yes, question everything, right, Glenn?

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          • TPW says:

            I fully understand your concern for those whose lives are hanging in the balance including their parents and loved ones. But at some point we have got to demand that we do not put our fellow citizens lives on the line for the Deep states wish list. There should only be one reason for our troops to fight and it should not be about warring factions in the ME or the Deep states wish list of pipelines, and other unmentionable evil. Nor should we be supplying an endless source of money to prop up the war industry. I trust our President to figure this out and I feel sure he is aware of those who manipulate or worse cause the friction by initiating the irritant.

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        • Hoot says:

          Yes. I have been reserving judgment of Pompeo, hoping against hope he is one of the good guys. George Webb with his diehard investigative research has had serious misgivings about Pompeo. One that really bothered me was Pompeo’s recent invitation to receive an award from Henry Kissinger. Webb wondered if that award gathering was really a cover for calling in Pompeo to make sure he’s still “with Kissinger et al and their plans.” (Kissinger being a deep, deep cabal master.) Webb has been right on so many occasions that I have to give his thoughts serious consideration.

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          • James says:

            George Webb amazes me with the depth of his investigations. A lot of it is way beyond me but he seems to really know what he’s talking about.

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      • Jim Comey is a weasel_Doug says:

        You can get off your cross now .
        This site does not ban people for contrary opinions.
        Only A-hole trolls get that.

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      • Eileen McRae says:

        “A State Department spokesperson said there has been no breach at the Baghdad embassy, that American personnel are secure and that there are no plans to evacuate the facility.” from Politico. Also, the US has deployed a special task force of 100 marines who are now protecting the Embassy. “Around 100 US Marines assigned to a special crisis response unit are currently on the ground in Iraq to reinforce the US embassy in Baghdad.” from Business Insider.

        Much of what the media presents is hysterical reporting for click bait. Trust in President Trump in the plan.

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      • MGBSE says:

        Your upset is understood…BUT…the clear eyes of President Trump is the factor missing from the last 4 UN puppets…and why this orchestrated attack will be handled correctly… whether Pompeo is a deep state for…or not.

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    • billybob says:

      Well Donald Trump is the President and not Jimmy Carter . I believe that Carters inaction with the Iranians 40 years ago was the birth child of modern international terrorism with Arafat as it’s conductor. If a hostage situation arises then it will be hell on earth for the Iranian citizens . Trump is no Carter and the Iranians would do well to realize that in very short order .

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  3. islandpalmtrees says:

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo – once CIA, always CIA. Need I say more?

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  4. Free Speech says:

    It’s about the stupid frickin petrodollar. I hate our soldiers risk their lives for the Central banks. They aren’t dying for freedom or democracy or to protect us from enemies (other than the ones being funded by our side to foment the war). But they are dying for a way of life we are enjoying on top of this massive debt we have because the petrodollar is propping it up. God save every soldier over there, get them home and break the grip of these globalists’ power over us.

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    • dollops says:

      It’s only about oil to the extent that the stupid European developers of the oilfields handed over fortunes to medieval Arab royalty/jihadis. No money, no capability to engage in perpetual warfare. Oil, as with any resource, belongs to the developer, not to “the people”, whether of a primitive or a modern society. Developers owe the locals nothing more than that they don’t degrade local living conditions.

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  5. NoFixedAddress says:

    If I may show you a public satellite image – http://www.maplandia.com/iran/tehran/tehran/

    Which part of Iran do you want to take out?

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    • RJ says:

      The part (compound) where the leaders go to sleep would be a very good start from my perspective!

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    • dollops says:

      There’s not much doubt that both the US and Israeli militaries have detailed plans for striking selected targets in Iran. Watch for some intervention – if necessary – to help topple the ayatollahs. The problem as always is whom do you trust to decide when, where and how much participation will get the job done.

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      • ballgame17 says:

        Until enough of the protesters have weapons they have no chance unless elements of the Iranian military help arm them . CIA can’t smuggle enough munitions to mean anything.

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  6. islandpalmtrees says:

    Remember back to Hillary Clinton selling arms. Remember Schiff and Pelosi helping to sell arms. You don’t have a need for weapons unless you have a war, right Mike?

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  7. Pale rider says:

    Getting weird folks. To many things going through the office without explanation from our President it doesn’t fit.

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  8. @ChicagoBri says:

    President Trump is smart. The mullahs are reeling in Iran, and would love nothing more than to start a war with USA. President Trump won’t give them what they want; neither will he absorb a blow without returning a stronger blow. Apples and oranges if you ask me.

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  9. 100% YOOPER says:

    Didn’t Nostradamus predict the end of the world would be done in by a man in a blue turbin?

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  10. Jenevive says:

    Is POTUS back in DC yet or is he still in FL?

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  11. Summer says:

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  12. ChampagneReady says:

    I just remembeed another red flag about Pompeo in addition to those I have previously posted and I wouldn’t trust him if I could watch him in a glass cage with binoculars…..

    Rudy Guliani ALSO went to Pompeo and met with him. He showed him all the documentation he had of proof that the democrats were conspiring with Ukraine to prevent Trump from being elected. Pompeo told Guliani he “would look into it and get back to him.”

    Pompeo never did squat and Rudy never heard from him again. Pompeo is dirty and President Trump needs to eject him. Tomorrow wouldn’t be too soon. He’s going to Ukraine this week–the last place you want him.

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  13. Lenny says:

    Left hand meet right hand. It’s a set up. The Israelis have been killing Iranians for over a year. The US is giving them a break to re arm and reset. Look at the strikes, the areas, they are close to the Jordanian border, so they have ok’ed it. We have redeployed 3K troops to the Persian Gulf. 2 carriers are out of dry dock working up. The Saudi’s are all about killing Iranians so they are ok with it, and will pitch in covertly. The Iranian population has about had it with the mullahs. The Russian-Chinese naval exercise was a complete disaster. The situation is way better than a great situation in Iran that Obamster cowardly walked away from in 08. The Iranian military out of Iran will get blasted in Syria and western Iraq, they will hit sites in Iran, the people will revolt, and in 3 weeks this blow up will be over and we will have a new mess in the ME. Sound about right?

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  14. Jenevive says:

    According to article at the Daily Mail

    Pentagon has sent in 100 marines with Chinook helicopters
    to back up the marines in the embassy.

    The ambassador was on leave at the time of the attack(hmmmm) and
    some embassy staff had been evacuated before the seige some thru
    a rear gate , some by helicopter, the rest remain in safe area inside the embassy
    according to an employee

    So it doesn;t sound like they will just leave the embassy people to fend for themselves
    the way they did in in Libya.

    Interesting the ambassador was on leave at that particular time?

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    • permiejack says:

      It is the holidays don’t you know. I suspect that most embassy employees went home for the holidays.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Summer says:

      I am paranoid enough to believe that the Clintons and their allies are working hard to orchestrate a “Benghazi” for Trump. Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING” the Clintons were rightly accused of — shady quid pro quo, corrupt business deals, treason, bribery, rape, selling out the office, election meddling, collusion with Russia to steal elections, lying etc. they falsely accused Trump of. Even the “lock her up” chant turned into “lock him up” because Crooked desperately wants revenge. Same with the impeachment.

      This is supposed to be “Trump’s Benghazi”, mark my words. There is nothing spontaneous about all this crap.

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    • MGBSE says:

      1st of all Benghazi was NOT the Embassy …and 2nd…why would the Ambassador being on vacation over the Christmas and New Year Holiday be odd…unless…there is a rule against Ambassador vacations during those Holidays?

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  15. Rick says:

    Assumption is not a fact.
    Innuendo is not a fact.
    Suspicion is not a fact.

    The Col. doesn’t like what’s happening. Ok. So what? He’s not in on what’s going on. Not any more. And unless something has changed re: the Law of Nations then an attack on our embassy is an attack on the United States, itself which is sufficient justification, both legal and moral, to strike back at Iran.

    The idea that US responses were directed at targets not in the immediate vicinity of the attack on the Americans is somehow evidence of ulterior motives is so far beyond being ludicrous it is laughable.

    This whole thing from the Col. is meaningless.

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  16. TexanInFL says:

    OMG, the pearl clutchers on here are really going a little overboard. If POTUS is quiet right now so be it. So sit quietly and don’t expect everything to be explained or resolved in 24 hours. Here I’ll make you a casserole…

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  17. Hans says:

    The art of War… is it possible that PDT is appearing weak to goad the Iranians into a stupid move like this. One of the supposed demonstration members said do not go further we made our point and the Pro Iranian militias will occupy the space arround the Embassy. I don’t believe the demonstrators will or want to provoke the US to the point of military strikes inside of Iran.

    So the Iraq government is on notice. They must clear the court yard. PDT supposedly sent in 100 marines and I suspect that that number will go up in the immediate future.

    If PDT can have the embassy grounds cleared without US inflicted bloodshed it would be a great political win for him.

    I also think the war mongers will be screaming for massive retaliation. They will out themselves.

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  18. Jenevive says:

    It appears Ben Rhodes is not happy and blaming
    POTUS for what is happening because he is a big meanie
    provoking Iran.

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  19. jeans2nd says:

    Morgan Ortegus, State Dept spokesman, told Larry O’Conner yesterday afternoon that Pres Trump had made a statement announcing the airstrikes (Pres Trump did not), and Pres Trump had ordered the airstrikes. ???

    Very strange.
    Ortegus makes these statements in the first 2-3 min of this audio
    9:52
    https://omny.fm/shows/the-larry-o-connor-show/morgan-ortagus-interview-12-30-19

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    • Hans says:

      Morgan Ortagus according to WIKI worked as White House Counsel under Obama Administration. RBG administered her wedding vows and worked on Bush campaign.

      Looks like she is a deep state participant in the State Dept trying to provide cover.

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    • George Connolly says:

      Fantastic catch! IMHO, if isis = cia then this all makes sense.

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  20. plane of the ecliptic says:

    Iran has been on the edge of revolt for some time now. Iranian woman alone have about had it with the Leadership (that is why they have to keep them in slavery). Sometimes I think if we dropped thousands of cheap .45 cal “Liberator” handguns like WW2, things would work out.

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  21. arsumbris says:

    Mac is a combat vet, famously, from the battle of 73 Easting in Desert Storm (so was McMaster). It’s always been odd to see two men who fought in the same battle, and distinguished themselves, turn out so differently. One became a swamp creature, and abetted the coup, while the other has remained on the outside, warning the president that he was surrounded by snakes (and constantly being right in his warnings).

    Macgregor was on the same wavelength as Flynn, wanting to drain the swamp, and stop sending our boys overseas to die for Deep State corruption instead of America’s interests. I will always wonder how much Trump and his inner circle knew that Flynn was being framed. If we’re being generous, and Trump knew, then we have to conclude that Flynn took a fall so Trump could stay afloat in the face of a coup.

    It’s probably the same reason that we never get a man of quality like Macgregor into Trump’s cabinet. Anyone Trump might appoint who is too obviously for Trump’s agenda becomes a target, and gets destroyed.

    These are such strange times, and the media doesn’t report a bit of it. History will look back on these days more honestly, but future historians will have trouble explaining how a “free” society was able to be so uniformly Orwellian in its suppression of reality.

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  22. Last CT Conservative says:

    Sundance, you are a savant when it comes to reading the political winds in today’s headlines.
    Kudos for seeing the plot behind Pelosi’s delay.
    Here however I think you may be getting the cart ahead of the horse. There is an interesting pattern in President Trump’s twitter page recently. From late Dec. 27, until late Dec. 31, all of his tweets have been either retweets or one liners. This is not normal, someone else has been tweeting for him. My theory is President Trump had some kind of minor procedure performed, or his handlers took away his twit-box.
    Interesting, no?

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