Denzel Washington: “Donald Trump’s Victory Saved Us From An Orwellian Police State”

Esteemed actor Denzel Washington, who’s most recent role in ‘Roman J. Israel, Esq.‘ earned him an Oscar nomination, spoke at a press conference in New York this weekend about how the election victory of Donald Trump prevented America from turning into an Establishment run “Orwellian Police State”, alike to something out of George Orwell’s classic book ‘1984‘.

Denzel Washington had earlier accused Barack Obama of running America like a banana republic during his tenure. This is all the more apparent in the decline of Democrat cities, the rise in poverty there, and the stagnating economy, which we’d have to totally agree with 100% as we have witnessed it with our very own eyes.

Denzel’s recent comments about the “Orwellian Police State” is so very apparent, given the FBI, DNC, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama scandal inside the administration’s treasonous activity in having the Clinton Foundation pay for a fake dossier, made by Christopher Steele and Fusion GPS, which they hoped would create false allegations which would concede Donald Trump’s Presidential victory. This fake dossier was then passed to James Comey at the FBI, who then issued FISA warrants to surveillance Donald Trump at the Trump Tower prior to the election, which later sparked Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel to investigate any Russian collusion in the 2016 Presidential Election. This, in a nutshell, exposes the spying and the treason that the DNC committed under the Obama administration to try to prevent Trump from succeeding, which is all stated in the Nunes Memo.

Actor Denzel Washington (pictured). Credit: BBC

All the while, the Uranium One scandal proves that it was the Democrats who were colluding with Russia. The released memo is vindication of Donald Trump’s innocence, and yet more proof that the DNC has plenty of their own scandals. Everyone avoided living in a totalitarian banana republic by rightfully electing Donald Trump, the democratically elected President, whom they could not even find any dirt on after illegally spying on him with wire taps for almost a year..

In the words of Julian Assange when asked by Megan Kelly just why Wikileaks doesn’t drop any dirt on Donald Trump, his summarised response was, “Well, because there isn’t any.”

Anyway, getting back on topic – Denzel Washington has apparently had enough of the biased news media reporting, and went on record at his recent press conference in New York City to voice the truth about the real situation after the memo was finally released on Friday last week. He said that the Democrats would have used the same dirty tactics “over and over again” to “circumvent the will of the people in future elections.”

Denzel affirmed, “If the Democrats had won the election, we never would have found out they were using false documents to get warrants to spy on American citizens and political opponents. We never would have known this. Think about it!”

Denzel Washington in his Oscar nominated role in the film ‘Roman J. Israel, Esq.’ Credit: YouTube

Denzel Washington, who has been nominated for Best Actor for the film ‘Roman J. Israel, Esq.’ (his 8th total Oscar nomination), didn’t pull any punches on the revelations of the released memo, stating: “They would have a tool they would use over and over again to circumvent the will of the people in future elections”.

When a reporter then asked Denzel Washington if he felt the memo released by Congress on Friday was “reliable”, he responded, “Hell yeah, it’s reliable. We don’t need to know the nitty gritty to understand exactly what’s happened here”.

“We know that a warrant to spy on the Trump team was issued based on media reports, and these media reports were based on information provided by an opposition research firm being paid by the DNC and Hillary Clinton.”

“You guys can’t see what is wrong with this? You’re kidding me. Well I guess you are reporters. How many reporters was it that got caught colluding with the Clinton campaign?”

Denzel Washington then later called out individual reporters and media outlets for never publishing anything negative about the Democrat Party, and subsequently hiding their scandals from any in-depth news output.

If Hillary Clinton would have won the election, the disasters and scandals under Obama would have just got even worse. Thank god for Trump, who’s already been hard at work in his first year. Credit: Pinterest

This very biased mainstream news media reporting has been totally apparent since Donald Trump got elected, which would probably go some way to substantiate the rumours and probability of an establishment secret society funding into major news networks. This thought may also further indicate the presence of secret society collusion within the ♯releasethememo scandal as a whole.

Denzel continued, “I grew up a Democrat. I get it. I know a lot of people who hate Trump with a real passion. But you’ve got to understand that we dodged a bullet when Clinton lost. More than one bullet. We avoided the creation of an Orwellian Police State”.

We couldn’t agree more, and we thank god for Donald Trump every day, which has been our sentiment all along here at Brainstain. We also wonder why the mainstream news media is now trying to downplay the severity of the memo, as if it didn’t constitute complete treason?

The double standards are “oh so”  apparent, and it’s good to see somebody high up in celebrity circles like Denzel Washington to be brave enough speak out on these pressing issues, and helping to expose the scandals of the Democrat Party.

Let’s hope Denzel Washington picks up the ‘Best Actor’ Oscar at the 90th Academy Awards on March 4th, 2018.


Brainstain, over and out!

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One Comment

  1. Bravo Denzel!

    “Propaganda in liberal democracies like America or Britain is much more thorough than in totalitarian states,” – John Pilger

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