The Washington Mafia is a book that discusses various controversial topics related to the Trump administration and American politics. The chapters touch on different aspects, such as media bias (Chapter 2 – “The Termite Wing Media, Fox News”), allegations of Trump’s involvement in the Capitol incident (Chapter 2 – “The Capitol people Trump Directed”), and the role of Congressman Kevin McCarthy (Chapter 3 – “Congressman Kevin ‘Chicken-Ass-Man’ McCarthy”).
Chapter 3 also highlights Trump’s White House employees, known as the “Yes Men,” who are portrayed as loyal supporters of the former president. The chapter also mentions Senator Lindsay Graham’s alleged role as a lobbyist for himself.
Chapter 4, titled “My Thoughts,” delves into various subjects, including reflections on Donald Trump’s wisdom, criticism of the Republican Party’s leadership, and lighter topics like pole watching and specific Congressional members such as Greene, Gaetz, and Boebert. The chapter also touches on the COVID-19 vaccine.
Chapter 5 focuses on the Trump Border Wall, suggesting that it could be exploited by drug smugglers. It implies the involvement of various entities, including the Washington Mafia, Congress, Senate, judges, attorney generals, and Governor Gregg Abbott.
Chapter 6 introduces Senator Paul Rand as an antagonist to United States employees, alongside South Dakota Governor Kristie Noem. The chapter also mentions the potential candidacy of Mike Pence for president, the issue of transgender athletes, the Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse, and the events of January 6th, 2021 (referred to as Tourist Day). It briefly touches on other topics like polls and the phrase “Don’t Say Gay?”
Chapter 7 mentions Amy Klobuchar, President Joe Biden, the California election, new music, and draws comparisons between Trump, Putin, and Manson. It suggests a solution to dealing with Putin and mentions humor from Texas comedians.
The book concludes with “Final Thoughts,” “Previews,” and references to Capitol Killer 12 and Stop the Steal organizer Ali Alexander, raising questions about their potential compensation with taxpayer money. It also mentions President Donald Trump’s employees, referred to as the “yes men.”
This chapter addresses a statement to United States legislators and includes references to Donald Trump, guns, bullets, and the concept of kill or be killed.
The focus of this chapter is on Matt Gaetz, accusations of him being a pedophile, and criticism of dumb political leadership, including Ted Cruz, Fox News, and claims of a rigged election.
This chapter compares the spoiled brat leadership style of Donald Trump with other leaders such as Putin, noting alleged signs of Alzheimer’s disease and paranoia in Putin and mentioning Kim Jong-Un.
The chapter references Manson’s Spahn Ranch killers and discusses sentencing the “Termite Wing Media,” possibly implying criticism of media outlets. It also touches on the Capitol gathering and questions what people expected from Trump.
This chapter covers topics such as homelessness, the author’s time in LA County Jail, Mexican comedians, music by Suzanne Vega and Offspring, and reflections on jail time.
The chapter mentions historical figures like George Washington, President Abraham Lincoln, and President Jefferson Davis of the South.
This chapter includes references to women, President John Tyler, the concept of double trouble, and the importance of being nice.
Topics in this chapter include climate control in Central America, the “China Virus” (likely referring to COVID-19), and the situation of girls in Afghanistan.
This chapter mentions a Trump book, Republicans blaming Joe Biden, false advertising by medicine oil salesmen, and Mitch McConnell’s statement regarding Ashli Babbitt’s life.
This chapter lists different songs by X, Romeo Void, No Doubt, John Lennon, and Danny Elfman, categorizing them as either girl or guy tracks.
The chapter criticizes Fox News for telecasting hate and includes wisdom from Newt Gingrich.
This chapter references magician David Blaine, mentions Adele and Alanis Morissette, and touches on girl rights.
Topics in this chapter include Middle East peace and a mention of SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the United States) and the alleged connection to the Capitol incident.
This chapter is titled “Corrections” and ends with expressions of gratitude and a note about the author’s trip to Washington, D.C. The author also discusses ongoing work on a second book and references the Jan 6th evidence
The book touches on several themes, including criticism of Fox News, racism, the Jan 6th Capitol incident, and opinions about former President Donald Trump. The author expresses their belief that Fox News promotes hate speech and racism, specifically referring to a tweet from Laura Ingraham to Mark Meadows that they interpret as evidence of racist sentiments against Black people. They argue that Fox News celebrated the actions of Kyle Rittenhouse in the Kenosha shootings because he carried out what they wanted, insinuating that the network influenced his actions. The author further suggests that the shootings at a grocery market in New York and other racially motivated murders should be seen as products of Fox News and Trump’s influence.
They call for investigations into Fox News as an accessory to murder and assert that anyone listening to Fox News and committing crimes should be held accountable for their actions. The author questions the validity of the judges appointed by Trump and argues that his pardons are not valid, claiming that Trump operated an organized crime family known as the Washington Mafia during his presidency. They also allege that Trump continues to be involved in drug smuggling operations through Texas, implicating Governor Gregg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton. They call for the relinquishment of Trump’s pardons and state that an organized crime boss cannot issue pardons.
The content includes a fictional dialogue between President Trump and Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, speculating on a hypothetical scenario in which Trump walks into the Capitol building and engages in conversations with various individuals. The author suggests that if Trump wanted to stop the transition of power, he could have resorted to outrageous actions like mooning Congress, which they believe would have caused members to leave in disgust. The author criticizes Kevin McCarthy and offers a satirical suggestion for him to relocate to Mongolia.
Regarding the Jan 6th Capitol incident, the author asserts that Trump set up his supporters to commit acts of violence and highlights the potential legal consequences they may face. They argue that Trump and those on stage during the incident should be charged with multiple counts of murder. The author emphasizes the need for letters to be written to the FBI and Attorney General Merrick Garland, calling for charges and arrests related to the Capitol incident and the Washington Mafia. They also advocate for voting against politicians backed by Trump and for the halting of the Trump border wall.
The content concludes with discussions on Doctor Anthony Fauci, expressing the belief that Trump cannot tolerate intelligent individuals and therefore seeks to discredit Fauci. It also includes a personal note about attending a band performance and concludes with a dream for a future without violence, calling for everyone to be authors of a book that will advocate for peace and be read in the year 2680.
In summary, the content consists of critical viewpoints on Fox News, racism, the Jan 6th Capitol incident, and President Trump, while also expressing the author’s aspirations for a peaceful future.
The book titled Donald Trump’s Koward Kommunist Kunts to Get Justice for Brian Sicknick & Ashli Babbitt” is a personal account of the author’s experiences and grievances with individuals they perceive as being part of Donald Trump’s KKK (Koward Kommunist Kunts). The author highlights specific incidents and encounters with various people, including city council members, attorneys, postal service employees, and law enforcement personnel.
The author alleges that the Signal Hill City Council, as well as certain attorneys and judges, ignored their pleas for help and silenced their efforts to expose what they believe to be corruption and drug smuggling operations associated with Donald Trump. They express frustration with the lack of action and cooperation from these individuals and accuse them of being part of Trump’s KKK.
The author also describes instances where they attempted to reach out to law enforcement agencies, media outlets, and political figures but were allegedly blocked or ignored. They claim that their communication channels, including phones, email, and regular mail, were controlled by Trump’s KKK, and they provide examples of mail fraud and other suspicious activities.
Throughout the book, the author expresses a strong desire for justice for Brian Sicknick, a Capitol police officer who died during the January 6th insurrection, and Ashli Babbitt, who was shot and killed during the same event. They believe that Donald Trump is responsible for Sicknick’s death and accuse the Signal Hill Police Department of favoring Trump’s KKK and terrorizing them for seeking justice.
The author also shares their encounters with various attorneys and describes how they believe these individuals either ignored their pleas or actively worked against them. They express frustration with the legal system and allege that attorneys associated with Trump’s KKK were involved in silencing their efforts to seek justice.
Additionally, the author discusses their interactions with postal service employees and accuses them of being part of Trump’s KKK. They claim that mail fraud and interference prevented them from contacting Brian Sicknick’s family, the FBI, and other relevant parties.
Overall, the book portrays the author’s experiences and frustrations in their fight against what they perceive as corruption, mind control, and injustice associated with Donald Trump and his alleged KKK network.