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Moderately Successful ’90s Musician Claims Trump ‘Hopes’ For War

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American DJ, songwriter and electronic musician Moby believes President Donald Trump is a far greater threat to the world than anyone really knows, according to a post on the artist’s Facebook page.

Trump is in complete collusion with the Russian government and hopes Iran will attack a U.S. ship so America has pretense to start a war that will solidify the the new administration’s strength, Moby said in his post Monday.

Moby elaborated that “after spending the weekend talking to friends who work in dc [sic],” he can “safely (well, ‘accurately’)” report inside knowledge of some disturbing details about Trump’s administration.

Eschewing capital letters throughout the post, Moby said that the unconfirmed Russian “dossier” released by BuzzFeed News in January is “100% real,” and that Trump is being blackmailed “not just for being peed on by russian hookers,” as the documents claim, “but for much more nefarious things.” (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: Intel Vets Say Trump ‘Dossier’ Is A ‘Complete Fraud’)

The Trump administration “needs a war, most likely with iran,” Moby said. The administration is putting warships off the coast of Iran “in the hope that [Iran] will attack one of the ships and give the [U.S.] a pretense for invasion.”

Moby also said the Republican Party, the Koch brothers and other right wing groups are trying to get rid of Trump, and that intelligence agencies in the U.S. and around the world will try to bring about “high level firings” of key administration officials and “ultimately, impeachment” of Trump himself.

Moby, known for songs like 1999’s “Porcelain,” wrote the post “so that when/if these things happen there will be a public record beforehand.”

These are “truly baffling and horrifying times, as we have an incompetent president who is essentially owned by a foreign power.”

Moby, a stage name alluding to his great-great-great-uncle Herman Melville’s American novel “Moby Dick,” is active in politics, and was part of the coalition of celebrities who tried to convince the electors to change their votes before the electoral college met in November.

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