Moby and his D.C. friends have inside information on President Trump’s relationship with Russia and Vladimir Putin, the musician claimed Monday.
In an inflammatory Facebook post, Moby claimed that Trump is “being blackmailed by the Russian government,” referencing perverted sexual acts the President was accused of.
A 35-page dossier that surfaced in January accused Trump of being blackmailed by Russian operatives.
The President branded the document as “fake news.”
But Moby claims that the accusations are true and that the results could have ripple effects inside the White House.
“The Trump administration is in collusion with the Russian government, and has been since day one,” he wrote on Facebook.
“Intelligence agencies around the world, and here in the u.s, are horrified by the incompetence of the trump administration, and are working to present information that will lead to high level firings and, ultimately, impeachment.”
The musician also claimed that the GOP and Koch brothers have plans in place to “get rid of Trump” and that the President is trying to provoke Iran into war.
While Moby is less than a reliable source, some of his accusations have merit.
Charles and David Koch admonished Trump at the end of January, calling his travel ban “the wrong approach.” Charles also warned that the nation could “go the authoritarian route…or we can move toward a free and open society. So this is our opportunity.”
National Security Advisor Michael Flynn put Iran “on notice” in early February after a “provocative” ballistic missile test launch.
Moby has been outspoken against Trump, penning an open letter the day after the election titled “What the F–k is Wrong With You?”
“‘Christians’ and family-values voters have en masse helped elect a twice divorced man who openly brags about infidelity and committing sexual assault. 30% of latinos have helped elect a man who has routinely maligned latinos and called mexicans ‘rapists.’ 45% of women have helped elect a man who brags about ‘grabbing women by the p—y’ and has called women ‘pigs’ & ‘slobs,’” he wrote on Billboard.
“Business-minded middle america has en masse helped elect a man who has led roughly half of his businesses to bankruptcy and lost close to a billion dollars in 1995 alone. And blue collar middle america has en masse helped elect a trust-fund baby who has, over time, inherited over $ 600,000,000.00 from his father.”
Moby also claimed he turned down an invitation to perform at one of the inaugural balls.