Are You Ready to Combat the Spiritual Warfare Mueller's Report Exposed?

Are You Ready to Combat the Spiritual Warfare Mueller's Report Exposed?

Christians across the nation must be equipped to engage in the spiritual battle the enemy is waging against Trump that was revealed through the Mueller Report. Listen as host Stephen Strang discusses on "Focus Today" with host Steve Johnson about the report and its aftermath. Hear why President Trump plays the role as disrupter.

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Episode Notes

The Strang Report

with Stephen Strang

Guest: Steve Johnson

 

Christians across the nation must be equipped to combat a spiritual battle the enemy is waging against Trump that was revealed through the Mueller Report. Listen as host Stephen Strang discusses on "Focus Today" with host Steve Johnson about the report and its aftermath.

Hear why President Trump plays the role of disrupter.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: It seems everyone's wanting to talk about the Mueller report. After two years, Robert Mueller and his team of lawyers have said that there was no Russian collusion and no obstruction of justice. Hello, everyone. This is Stephen Strang. I've been talking about this on the Strang Report and recently I did a media interview for my new book on the program “Focus Today” on KDOV-TV and radio up in Oregon. Perry Atkinson is the host and today Steve Johnson filled in for him. I've been on their program several times. In fact, the last time I did a podcast with the interview as I am today, it was one of our highest listened-to podcasts for the month. So, I thought you'd like to hear our discussion about Robert Mueller about Donald Trump. Here it is.

 

·         Read the Strang Report: Are Christians Ready to Combat the Spiritual Warfare Mueller’s Report Exposed?

 

Steve Johnson: Welcome back to “Focus Today.” Steve Johnson with you, and we are joined by Stephen Strang. He's the author of a new book called Trump Aftershock as well as God and Donald Trump. He's the CEO of Charisma magazine, founder of Charisma magazine and you are Charisma Media's CEO. Stephen, it's good to have you back. It's been a while since I've talked to you. I want to get into some of your books and the whole aspect of what we're seeing in America as far as any kind of a spiritual warfare. But I want to ask your initial reaction. The Mueller report is out. Now, we've had a day to find out how people who don't like the results of that are saying, “Hey, we need to get more information about it.” Give me your assessment. Were you surprised that the President was vindicated of collusion?

 

Stephen Strang: Absolutely not surprised. You could look at the facts and see … why would they collude with the Russians? If there was any collusion at all, it was with the Democrats and Hillary Clinton with that dossier and all the other things that have happened. The really scary thing, much more than the Russians getting involved in our elections, which is undoubtedly has happened before and has happened with different countries, is the corruption of our highest law enforcement officials in this country; the FBI and the Department of Justice. Also, they used the CIA. Now we know that they've used the CIA for other things like spying on us. This is what they call the Deep State. This is what Donald Trump is trying to disrupt. We need to get to the bottom of this. I believe that now that Mueller report is behind him, that he will take action to get some of this cleaned up because several of these people were so bad, they got fired either by the DOJ or by Mueller himself because of their bias. Peter Strop comes to mind. They're out of office, but there have been no consequences. no accountability at all.

 

Steve Johnson: Senator Lindsey Graham has said some of the things that you have. He wants to have some questions with the things that have been, I guess you'd say, slid under the carpet. You're talking about Hillary Clinton, the Steele dossier that doesn't seem to have any factual basis, yet it's being used in some sort of way as evidence of how bad Donald Trump really is. It sounds like that Lindsey wants to have some more hearings to kind of go back and unpeel this out. Do you think that's a good idea?

 

·         Listen to what Paula White Cain had to say about Trump’s vindication from the Mueller Report.

 

Stephen Strang: It needs to be done. Some things have come out obviously, or we wouldn't even be talking about it. But even more than the dirty dossier, I think that was really scary about that is that the FBI and the CIA went to the (inaudible) Accord and used it as proof when there's pretty good evidence that the whole thing was just fiction. The thing about Hillary Clinton though, is how she destroyed 30,000 emails, how she used her own server, which was against the law, how classified material was on her server. People have gone to prison for doing less than she did. She got not even a slap on the wrist unless you consider Comey’s press conference, in which he basically laid out the facts on why she was guilty and then he exonerated her. That was probably a little bit embarrassing. The week before the election, he said he reopened the probe or something. I really think that was cover for himself thinking that she would win and being able to point to that as being really tough when that didn't happen at all. I do think that his coming out with that late may have been part of what's swung the election, especially with voters who were maybe waiting until the last minute to make up their mind.

 

Steve Johnson: I remember that Hillary was asked by reporters, are you concerned that there may be an investigation and charges could be brought. This was against her and had to do with Benghazi and emails and all that. I remember her overt confidence, if I can put it that way, it was kind of a smugness, but it seemed oh no, that's not going to happen, almost as if she had some inside information of a guarantee that she was told at that time. But now it looks like that might be reopening once again. It'll be interesting to see what happens. You talked about the FBI and draining the swamp and all that kind of stuff. The President's been trying to do that for a while. Even with this evidence, do you think he'll have more of an ability to get out the people who seem to be working at odds against his presidency?

 

Stephen Strang: Of course. And I don't think it's a matter of draining the swamp just for the purposes of draining the swamp. What we want to do is have them follow the law. We want them to be just, and when it's not, people need to be accountable. If you and I go over the speed limit, or any number of other things, we pay our taxes a little bit late, we get in trouble, just as common citizens. You have these high people. It just proves that there's almost a different level of justice for the elites and for others, and certainly for the Clintons. The Clintons have been getting away with things their entire career. Look at Whitewater, the governor of Arkansas went to prison over that and other people went to prison and the Clintons went to Washington as president and first lady. It’s just the most incredible thing. I'm reading Ken Starr’s book right now and it's a real eye-opener on what happened with the Clintons. I think that the story has not been told, or at least I should say, I hope that Hillary Clinton is brought to justice. Same thing with Comey, Clapper and some of these other people who have lied. This isn't even an exaggeration. It's not even a difference of opinion. They lied. There's proof they lied. Of course, the news media and some of the officials in the House and the Senate, they've lied too. They need to apologize. I don't know that they're lying is necessarily criminal in the way that we're talking about. Of course, there needs to be a due process and there needs to be an assumption of innocence unless there's guilt. But when any prosecutor brings charges, it’s because they have a reasonable feeling that someone has done something wrong.

 

For example, if the authorities couldn't charge me, for example, with embezzling $10 million from a local bank. And then I have to go through all this stuff to defend myself. There's not a shred of evidence because it didn't happen. In a somewhat similar way, this thing about Russian collusion didn't happen. It was the insurance policy that Peter Strop talked about. Between the election and the inauguration, they brought it out and they got the news media to go along with them and one thing led to another. Then the whole thing hit the fan of course of in May after the inauguration. I go into this both in God and Donald Trump, which was being written about that time, and also certainly with Trump Aftershock, that in May, in about a 14-day span, Comey was fired and some of the other things started. Once the legal system starts grinding out, you've got to follow it through a certain way. Tomorrow I'm flying out to be with Jim Baker and we all know what happened to him. He was also unjustly charged, found guilty, and then a judge throughout the whole thing because it was all made up. They were saying that he was cheating people because he was selling timeshares. He really wasn't. We could go into the whole thing about PTL. But the point is that when the PTL thing got into the legal system with bankruptcy and everything else, there was no turning back. That was one of the situations that I saw kind of up close and personal, mainly as a journalist, trying to cover all that in Charisma magazine. But I saw the same thing happened with the Mueller probe and all the other things have happened. Now, that has that has run its course and I think that now our President and the other officials, Senator Lindsey Graham, whom I have great admiration for, as I'm sure many Americans do, they will get to the bottom of this. Thankfully, we still have law and order. It isn't just the crazy press and the crazy leftists doing what they want to. They've been getting away with it for so long that they can't believe that there's a disruptor, and Donald Trump is a disruptor. Most of the things that people don't like about Donald Trump is that he is disrupting the status quo, whether it's the kind of establishment Republicans that say one thing during the election and they govern has liberals even though they say they're conservatives, or whether it's this kind of corruption in the highest levels of the FBI and the Department of Justice. We've got to get to the bottom of it, but it's also the bureaucracy, it’s the news media. The news media is protected. As you know, I'm part of the news media, but we're in a different segment of it. Thank God for our freedom of the press, but what happens is they become big business. Somebody was pointing out on TV that a couple of these cable channels, they were in really serious financial trouble until Trump came along. Then they do all these conspiracy theories about Russia, and they go on and on and on and on. It's been great for ratings because there are certain people who just eat that up.

 

For the rest of the Steve Johnson’s interview with Stephen Strang, please click here.

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

Episode Notes

The Strang Report

with Stephen Strang

Guest: Steve Johnson

 

Christians across the nation must be equipped to combat a spiritual battle the enemy is waging against Trump that was revealed through the Mueller Report. Listen as host Stephen Strang discusses on "Focus Today" with host Steve Johnson about the report and its aftermath.

Hear why President Trump plays the role of disrupter.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: It seems everyone's wanting to talk about the Mueller report. After two years, Robert Mueller and his team of lawyers have said that there was no Russian collusion and no obstruction of justice. Hello, everyone. This is Stephen Strang. I've been talking about this on the Strang Report and recently I did a media interview for my new book on the program “Focus Today” on KDOV-TV and radio up in Oregon. Perry Atkinson is the host and today Steve Johnson filled in for him. I've been on their program several times. In fact, the last time I did a podcast with the interview as I am today, it was one of our highest listened-to podcasts for the month. So, I thought you'd like to hear our discussion about Robert Mueller about Donald Trump. Here it is.

 

·         Read the Strang Report: Are Christians Ready to Combat the Spiritual Warfare Mueller’s Report Exposed?

 

Steve Johnson: Welcome back to “Focus Today.” Steve Johnson with you, and we are joined by Stephen Strang. He's the author of a new book called Trump Aftershock as well as God and Donald Trump. He's the CEO of Charisma magazine, founder of Charisma magazine and you are Charisma Media's CEO. Stephen, it's good to have you back. It's been a while since I've talked to you. I want to get into some of your books and the whole aspect of what we're seeing in America as far as any kind of a spiritual warfare. But I want to ask your initial reaction. The Mueller report is out. Now, we've had a day to find out how people who don't like the results of that are saying, “Hey, we need to get more information about it.” Give me your assessment. Were you surprised that the President was vindicated of collusion?

 

Stephen Strang: Absolutely not surprised. You could look at the facts and see … why would they collude with the Russians? If there was any collusion at all, it was with the Democrats and Hillary Clinton with that dossier and all the other things that have happened. The really scary thing, much more than the Russians getting involved in our elections, which is undoubtedly has happened before and has happened with different countries, is the corruption of our highest law enforcement officials in this country; the FBI and the Department of Justice. Also, they used the CIA. Now we know that they've used the CIA for other things like spying on us. This is what they call the Deep State. This is what Donald Trump is trying to disrupt. We need to get to the bottom of this. I believe that now that Mueller report is behind him, that he will take action to get some of this cleaned up because several of these people were so bad, they got fired either by the DOJ or by Mueller himself because of their bias. Peter Strop comes to mind. They're out of office, but there have been no consequences. no accountability at all.

 

Steve Johnson: Senator Lindsey Graham has said some of the things that you have. He wants to have some questions with the things that have been, I guess you'd say, slid under the carpet. You're talking about Hillary Clinton, the Steele dossier that doesn't seem to have any factual basis, yet it's being used in some sort of way as evidence of how bad Donald Trump really is. It sounds like that Lindsey wants to have some more hearings to kind of go back and unpeel this out. Do you think that's a good idea?

 

·         Listen to what Paula White Cain had to say about Trump’s vindication from the Mueller Report.

 

Stephen Strang: It needs to be done. Some things have come out obviously, or we wouldn't even be talking about it. But even more than the dirty dossier, I think that was really scary about that is that the FBI and the CIA went to the (inaudible) Accord and used it as proof when there's pretty good evidence that the whole thing was just fiction. The thing about Hillary Clinton though, is how she destroyed 30,000 emails, how she used her own server, which was against the law, how classified material was on her server. People have gone to prison for doing less than she did. She got not even a slap on the wrist unless you consider Comey’s press conference, in which he basically laid out the facts on why she was guilty and then he exonerated her. That was probably a little bit embarrassing. The week before the election, he said he reopened the probe or something. I really think that was cover for himself thinking that she would win and being able to point to that as being really tough when that didn't happen at all. I do think that his coming out with that late may have been part of what's swung the election, especially with voters who were maybe waiting until the last minute to make up their mind.

 

Steve Johnson: I remember that Hillary was asked by reporters, are you concerned that there may be an investigation and charges could be brought. This was against her and had to do with Benghazi and emails and all that. I remember her overt confidence, if I can put it that way, it was kind of a smugness, but it seemed oh no, that's not going to happen, almost as if she had some inside information of a guarantee that she was told at that time. But now it looks like that might be reopening once again. It'll be interesting to see what happens. You talked about the FBI and draining the swamp and all that kind of stuff. The President's been trying to do that for a while. Even with this evidence, do you think he'll have more of an ability to get out the people who seem to be working at odds against his presidency?

 

Stephen Strang: Of course. And I don't think it's a matter of draining the swamp just for the purposes of draining the swamp. What we want to do is have them follow the law. We want them to be just, and when it's not, people need to be accountable. If you and I go over the speed limit, or any number of other things, we pay our taxes a little bit late, we get in trouble, just as common citizens. You have these high people. It just proves that there's almost a different level of justice for the elites and for others, and certainly for the Clintons. The Clintons have been getting away with things their entire career. Look at Whitewater, the governor of Arkansas went to prison over that and other people went to prison and the Clintons went to Washington as president and first lady. It’s just the most incredible thing. I'm reading Ken Starr’s book right now and it's a real eye-opener on what happened with the Clintons. I think that the story has not been told, or at least I should say, I hope that Hillary Clinton is brought to justice. Same thing with Comey, Clapper and some of these other people who have lied. This isn't even an exaggeration. It's not even a difference of opinion. They lied. There's proof they lied. Of course, the news media and some of the officials in the House and the Senate, they've lied too. They need to apologize. I don't know that they're lying is necessarily criminal in the way that we're talking about. Of course, there needs to be a due process and there needs to be an assumption of innocence unless there's guilt. But when any prosecutor brings charges, it’s because they have a reasonable feeling that someone has done something wrong.

 

For example, if the authorities couldn't charge me, for example, with embezzling $10 million from a local bank. And then I have to go through all this stuff to defend myself. There's not a shred of evidence because it didn't happen. In a somewhat similar way, this thing about Russian collusion didn't happen. It was the insurance policy that Peter Strop talked about. Between the election and the inauguration, they brought it out and they got the news media to go along with them and one thing led to another. Then the whole thing hit the fan of course of in May after the inauguration. I go into this both in God and Donald Trump, which was being written about that time, and also certainly with Trump Aftershock, that in May, in about a 14-day span, Comey was fired and some of the other things started. Once the legal system starts grinding out, you've got to follow it through a certain way. Tomorrow I'm flying out to be with Jim Baker and we all know what happened to him. He was also unjustly charged, found guilty, and then a judge throughout the whole thing because it was all made up. They were saying that he was cheating people because he was selling timeshares. He really wasn't. We could go into the whole thing about PTL. But the point is that when the PTL thing got into the legal system with bankruptcy and everything else, there was no turning back. That was one of the situations that I saw kind of up close and personal, mainly as a journalist, trying to cover all that in Charisma magazine. But I saw the same thing happened with the Mueller probe and all the other things have happened. Now, that has that has run its course and I think that now our President and the other officials, Senator Lindsey Graham, whom I have great admiration for, as I'm sure many Americans do, they will get to the bottom of this. Thankfully, we still have law and order. It isn't just the crazy press and the crazy leftists doing what they want to. They've been getting away with it for so long that they can't believe that there's a disruptor, and Donald Trump is a disruptor. Most of the things that people don't like about Donald Trump is that he is disrupting the status quo, whether it's the kind of establishment Republicans that say one thing during the election and they govern has liberals even though they say they're conservatives, or whether it's this kind of corruption in the highest levels of the FBI and the Department of Justice. We've got to get to the bottom of it, but it's also the bureaucracy, it’s the news media. The news media is protected. As you know, I'm part of the news media, but we're in a different segment of it. Thank God for our freedom of the press, but what happens is they become big business. Somebody was pointing out on TV that a couple of these cable channels, they were in really serious financial trouble until Trump came along. Then they do all these conspiracy theories about Russia, and they go on and on and on and on. It's been great for ratings because there are certain people who just eat that up.

 

For the rest of the Steve Johnson’s interview with Stephen Strang, please click here.

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

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