Ted Malloch: THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE

Guest post by Ted Malloch

In February of 1964 the folk pop group, Simon and Garfunkel released an album entitled, Wednesday Morning 3 AM, with a cut on it called, “The Sounds of Silence.”

Columbia Records later re-released it as a single and it rose to the top of all the charts.

You may recall it was also featured some years later on the soundtrack to the award-winning movie, The Gradate.

Coming just a few months after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the song starts with the phrase, “Hello darkness my old friend.”’

In case you have forgotten or never heard it, here is the original acoustic version to refresh your memory.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7McpVPlidc


When Rep. John Ratcliffe (R. TX) pointedly asked the two lame State Department witnesses if they had any evidence or knowledge of President Trump committing a crime or doing anything guilty of impeaching him?

Under oath, there was a: TOTAL Sound of Silence.

Nada. Nothing. Zilch.

This should have been the end of proceedings.

This game should have been declared over.

There was nothing and now the American public can see it for themselves.

How does all this end.

These were the first and “star” witnesses for the Democrats.

That political party hates Trump so much and are so worried that he will be re-elected, that they will literally try anything to impeach him so he can’t run in 2020.

In fact, this nullification process, trying to steal away his election, has gone on since the very morning he was elected President, in November 2016.

They tried before he was elected to weaponize intelligence, spying against him.

They then said he was a Russian mole.

Then they said the economy was failing and going into recession.

They did not want him disturbing their policies with any “irregular” or America First notions.

Now they conspire against him in a crazy Ukraine Gate hoax.

Interestingly, the quietest place on earth, an anechoic chamber at Orfield Laboratories in Minnesota, is so quiet that the longest anybody has been able to bear it is 45 minutes.

Inside the room it’s totally silent. So silent that the background noise measured is actually negative decibels, -9.4 dBA.

Ponder this: that was about the level of silence detected when Rep. Ratcliffe asked the defining question in Schiff’s shambolic kangaroo court.

 

THEODORE ROOSEVELT MALLOCH, scholar-diplomat-strategist was active in the 2016 Trump campaign. His new book, TRUMP’S WORLD: Geo Dues is to be released shortly.

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