Dem Senate Hopeful Found To Have Been With Joe During Ukraine Trip

[Slotkin Photo, Official White House Photo, David Lienemann]

Donald Trump and his supporters have long argued that a “Deep State,” a coterie of unelected bureaucrats in the intelligence community worked diligently to undermine his campaign and his presidency. 

He has reason to believe it. Before Trump even took office. The leader of the Senate Democrats, Chuck Schumer essentially confirmed the idea, telling MSNBC, “Let me tell you, you take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday to get back at you. So, even for a practical, supposedly hard-nosed businessman, he is being really dumb to do this,” Schumer said in a Jan. 3 MSNBC interview.

The New York Post noted, ‘Asked what intel officials could do to Trump, Schumer said, ‘I don’t know, but from what I am told, they are very upset with how he has treated them and talked about them.’

Schumer was referring to Trump last week questioning the legitimacy of the Russian hacking probe — before Tuesday’s bombshell reports that an intel dossier was prepared of unverified claims that Russia had compiled compromising and salacious dirt on Trump.”

Now, some are speculating that the intelligence agencies may be helping one of their own become the next United States senator from Michigan. 

A creepy video has come to light showing Democratic Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin referencing the names of the dogs of a liberal campaign “tracker” who wanted her to joined the Medicare-For-All Caucus during her first campaign for Congress.

One source passed along a tracker video from Slotkin’s 2018 congressional race, where she unseated incumbent Republican Mike BishopIn this video, Slotkin is seen leaving a political forum in July 2018 as the tracker asks her whether she plans to join the Medicare-for-All Caucus.

When Slotkin finally gets to her car, she looks pointedly into the camera and says, “How are Sloan and Leroy?”

“How do you know my dog’s names?” the tracker asks in shock, as Slotkin closes her car door.

People who spoke with the tracker after the incident say he was shaken up and thought Slotkin intended to threaten him. The tracker, who passed away not long after the incident, did not have social media at the time and could not figure out how Slotkin learned his dogs’ names. He speculated that a girl he had recently met on Tinder was working for her campaign — or that Slotkin’s team had pulled documents from the local humane society, who adopted the dogs out to the tracker. 

It might sound crazy, Cockburn’s sources admit, but they also note that Sloktin is ex-CIA and spent three tours in Iraq as an analyst. Slotkin’s campaign did not return a request for comment from The Spectator.

Is there any other way to take her comments other than that of a threat?


Campaign trackers are individuals or teams assigned to monitor and record political candidates’ movements, actions, and statements during election campaignsoften hired by opposing campaigns or media outlets. They track candidates at public events, rallies, speeches, and debates, as well as online, documenting everything said and done to provide material for opposing campaigns or inform the public. Additionally, they may conduct opposition research, delving into candidates’ histories to uncover potentially damaging information for use during the campaign.

Slotkin was a key player in national security during the Obama administration and was a leader for the first impeachment of Donald Trump over his phone call with Ukrainian leaders.

In 2019, explaining her calls for an impeachment inquiry, she wrote, “I have spent my life working to protect our country. I served three tours in Iraq with the CIA, served in national security positions under Presidents of both parties, and at the Pentagon. And in all of those roles, I took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution. I took that same oath again in January, as I proudly assumed the responsibility of representing the people of Michigan’s 8th congressional district.

Driven by this same mission, I believe that the latest allegations against the President, if true, constitute an impeachable offense. The President of the United States allegedly attempted to use the power of his office to pressure a foreign country, Ukraine, into investigating his potential political opponent. Unabashed, the personal lawyer to the President confirmed that he personally pressed the Ukrainian government for damaging information.

Hanging in the balance was critical security assistance funding that the U.S. Congress had authorized to support the Ukrainian military. The President allegedly exerted pressure on the Ukrainian government by withholding $250 million in funding for military equipment and advanced military training, intended to equip the Ukrainians to defend against Russian-backed militants that have taken over the eastern portion of their country. The security assistance funding was only restored when a bipartisan group of lawmakers forced the White House to release it.” 

To justify her vote to impeach the president, Slotkin said, “In September, I called for an inquiry because of the simple fact that it seemed that the President had used the power of his office to pressure a foreign leader to provide him information for personal political gain.

But here’s the fundamental difference: President Trump used the power of the presidency for his own benefit, to give himself some advantage in the very election that would determine whether he remained in office.”

One thing she didn’t mention, however, was that she was on the trip with Joe Biden when he allegedly pressured Ukraine to fire the prosecutor investigating his son Hunter’s business dealings.  

Slotkin has been a major proponent of sending arms to Ukraine during its war with Russia, even sponsoring a bill that expedited arms to the war-torn country.

It might be time for James Comer to call up another witness.

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