May 10, 2019

A Powerful Senator Richard Burr takes on Don Jr

Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) was born in Charlottesville, Virginia on November 30, 1955 with his natal Sun in Jupiter-ruled Sagittarius and Moon in Gemini. Serving since January 3, 2005, Senator Burr, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, is now under attack by the GOP in yet another of their desperate attempts to circle the wagons around a lame Donald Trump due to first son Don Jr now under subpoena by the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Here's Chris Matthews in a Hardball segment (May 9, 2019) reporting on the circumstances of the subpoena of Donald Trump Jr which was served upon him by Senator Richard Burr.

Note that when we first discussed on SO'W the controversial June 9, 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russians that the senators want to ask Don Jr about (again), the Astrology showed that Papa Trump did know of the meeting, was told of it, or had perhaps okayed it. Why? Because that day transit Mercury, planet of meetings, negotiations, plans, and communications, was @25Taurus and poised directly upon the natal Midheaven (The Goal Point or Point of Aspiration) of Trump Senior.

Well, Putin and the Kremlin have known all about the meeting from the start. Now Senator Burr and his mates want to know more about it as well, plus, they have a few more questions for sprout number one--for the purpose of clarification, of course.

Yet as Politico reports, Senator Burr is holding firm despite GOP anger over his Don Jr subpoena, a firmness which may be attributed in part to Burr's Station Direct Pluto (28Leo36) conjunct royal Regulus and in a dissociate conjunction with his natal Jupiter (00Vir59). As you know, the Jupiter-Pluto is one of the significators of plutocrats, and as the Cosmos would have it, this mega-powerful trio happens to conjoin the natal Ascendant of Donald Trump himself and ropes in Trump's rising Mars @26Leo. And, depending on how events on Capitol Hill turn out, these planetary conditions suggest that Senator Burr has the power to best our 'intrepid' POTUS when all is said and done if that is indeed what he intends to do.

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