It’s always fascinating when Washington D.C. swamp things accidentally expose themselves in a way that confirms the public’s sinking suspicions.
John Bolton is one of those Neoconservative swamp creatures who’s spent his entire career in the most insidious Deep State circles that advocate for foreign war and general upheaval. His brand of war-hawk conservatism is a relic of the GOP’s past and is quickly being usurped by Trump’s America First agenda.
Essentially, John Bolton and Donald Trump are ideologically opposite. Why Bolton was a member of the Trump administration is beyond the scope of comprehension and could be one of the biggest mistakes made by the White House at the time.
While speaking to CNN anchor Jake Tapper, the former national security adviser publicly admitted to plotting foreign coups while discussing the events on Jan. 6, 2021.
On Tuesday, Bolton sat down with Jake Tapper to discuss the latest developments in the Jan. 6 show trials. At one point in the interview the former national security adviser admitted that not only is the U.S. involved in overthrowing foreign governments, but he “helped plan” the coups himself.
Tapper argued that someone orchestrating a coup doesn’t necessarily need to be bright, which Bolton wholly disagreed with since apparently, his job is to plan coup d’état overseas.
“I disagree with that. As somebody who has helped plan coup d’état, not here but other places, it takes a lot of work,” Bolton said.
Always itching for a good story, Tapper rightfully did not let Bolton get away with this bombshell and asked him to elaborate.
“Well, I’m not going to go into specifics, but — well, I wrote about Venezuela … not that we had that much to do with it,” Bolton said.
“I feel like there’s other stuff you’re not telling me,” Tapper retorted.
Jake Tapper follows up on John Bolton's past coup planning.
Bolton: "I’m not going to get into the specifics, but–"
Tapper: "Successful coups?"
Bolton brings up the failed Venezuelan coup, prompting Tapper to add: "I feel like there’s other stuff you’re not telling me." pic.twitter.com/bJAa07h8Ow
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) July 12, 2022
Bolton served as former President Donald Trump’s national security adviser from April 2018 to September 2019. Before that, he served in various roles in the State Department and as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations from 2005 to 2006. He also played an integral role in George Bush’s 2000 presidential victory after the ‘hanging chad’ ballot controversy in Florida.
Trump has since exposed Bolton and his hawkish approach to peace talks with North Korea.
#BREAKING President Trump on John Bolton Firing:
“He made some very big mistakes when he talked about the Libyan model for Kim Jong Un that was not a good statement to make.”
Trump adds: “John is known as a tough guy. He’s so tough he got us into Iraq.” pic.twitter.com/OpHwzEuKlq
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) September 11, 2019
The U.S. has been involved in numerous regime change operations, all of which are seldom spoken about, and certainly are not reported on in the mainstream press.
America’s involvement in the Cold War produced a staggering 73 attempts at regime change, according to Boston College professor Lindsey O’Rourke, all under the guise of stopping communism.
Some even say the JFK assassination was a Deep State coup orchestrated by the CIA after President Kennedy refused to stage false flag operations to justify conflict with Cuba, a Russian proxy.
Most recently, Operation Gideon was an attempt by the U.S. to overthrow the communist regime in Venezuela in 2020. It was obviously an utter failure, only later to be mockingly dubbed the “Bay of Piglets.”
Not until Donald Trump was a U.S. President so adamantly anti-war. Under his administration, not a single foreign war was started. In fact, the Trump administration brokered several peace deals between Israel and numerous Arab nations, now called the Abraham Accords.
Author: Asa McCue