Presidential historian and author Doug Wead claims that the deep state, which has successfully overthrown the governments of foreign countries, is going to continue to actively seek a coup d’etat of the duly elected president of the United States.
If there was ever a time in history to be concerned about another rise in communism, now is that time. Wead says that the deep state is determined to overthrow Donald Trump. The presidential historian refused to mince words, saying:
We have very skilled, talented professionals. They’ve overthrown governments in Vietnam and the Philippines, in Iraq and Iran, in Egypt, in the Ukraine. Duly elected democratic governments. They created what they called “popular uprisings.”
Of course, we should expect nothing less from shadow governments. The very same people who work in the State Department, some of them in intelligence, and some of them in the media, have successfully caused uprisings in several other countries. They’ve worked together to overthrow foreign governments, and Wead believes Trump is a thorn in their side preventing a global takeover.
The deep state has become somewhat of a mainstream topic of discussion since Trump’s election. Before, it was more of a “conspiracy theory.” But the goals of the deep state are simple: the complete enslavement of mankind by political elites.
They [republicans in congress] see themselves as “partners” with the Left in the same game: to establish an elitist politico-oligarchic ruling class, broken down into divisions throughout the globe for ethno-cultural manipulation, yet with the same end-state. That goal is the enslavement and complete control of all of mankind with the elitists ensconced as the ruling moneyed class. They see themselves as the educated, sensible minority with tender sensibilities and true humanistic views…who must…must…take a stand in the globalist crusade against the barbaric Neanderthals of the proletariat and populist serfs. –SHTFPlan
>The >average IQ of an American has dropped 14 points over the past century and with the media actively peddling propaganda, there’s no need for anyone to desire their own mental and physical freedom. In fact, we now hear the weakest members of society clamor for communism, as if they wouldn’t be the first the state “extinguishes” in the event that they succeed. Communism preys on those who are producers and has little interest in those who actually desire it.
It has been apparent to those not blinded by partisan politics that something is going on in the government right now, yet most simply call it a “witch hunt,” simply for lack of wanting to admit the deep state exists. It certainly looks like a battle between democracy and the deep state. And we aren’t sure we’d put money on democracy at this point in history.
Hannity: Deep state's massive effort to destroy Trump
Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Friday night slammed news outlets like The New York Times and CNN as “willing accomplices” for the deep state that is intent on damaging President Trump’s presidency by leaking, in many cases, misinformation to the American public.
“The major news outlets, citing unnamed sources, “have all gotten it wrong on this issue,” Hannity said. “They all, at this point with the American public, should have zero credibility.”
The “deep state,” an alleged shadowy network of powerful entrenched federal and military interests, has increasingly become the focus of Republicans who accuse such forces of trying to undermine the new president. Though senior White House staff members don’t use the exact label, the notion behind it has taken hold.
To Trump’s critics, these assertions come off as paranoid fear of a non-existent shadow government and an effort to create a scapegoat for the White House’s struggles. But to Trump’s supporters, this represents an overdue challenge to an elite ruling class concerned only with maintaining its own grasp on power.
Hannity said the public should take these “smoking gun” reports that appear to break every night “with a grain of salt.”
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Thursday evening that Americans should "exercise caution" before believing anonymously sourced reports, an apparent reference to ongoing leaks surrounding the investigation into alleged connections between Russian officials and Trump's campaign.
"Americans should exercise caution before accepting as true any stories any stories attributed to anonymous 'officials,'" Rosenstein said in a statement, "particularly when they do not identify the country — let alone the branch or agency of government — with which the alleged sources supposedly are affiliated."
“Of course, the deep state exists. There’s a permanent state of massive bureaucracies that do whatever they want and set up deliberate leaks to attack the president,” said Newt Gingrich, a Trump confidant, earlier. “This is what the deep state does: They create a lie, spread a lie, fail to check the lie and then deny that they were behind the lie.”
Massive Russian collusion, but not by Trump
WASHINGTON – Key evidence on whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump team may be kept under lock and key for five years, at former President Obama’s presidential library.
Perhaps just as surprising, the announcement came from President Trump’s own National Security Council, or NSC.
There are still a publicly unknown number of Obama holdovers on the NSC, but there’s no word yet on how the decision was made.
The government-watchdog group Judicial Watch announced Monday the NSC had denied its Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA, request for documents related to President Obama’s National Security Adviser Susan Rice’s alleged unmasking of the “identities of any U.S. citizens associated with the Trump presidential campaign or transition team.”
In a potentially bombshell development, the NSC said those documents have been transferred to the Barack Obama Presidential Library, while pointedly adding, “you should be aware that under the Presidential Records Act, presidential records remain closed to the public for five years after an administration has left office.”
It’s not yet known if that would block congressional investigators, the FBI, or Special Counsel Robert Mueller from obtaining the documents.
Unmasking is the revealing of names within the intelligence community of U.S. citizens gathered in foreign surveillance.
President Trump has accused the Obama administration of spying on him and his associates, partly through the use of unmaskings.
Numerous reports have alleged Rice unmasked the names of Trump associates swept up incidentally by the intelligence community during the Obama administration, and then those names were leaked to the press in a damaging light.
For more than four months now, the president has been virtually pleading for investigators to look into the leaks and unmaskings to find evidence he believes would prove the Obama administration spied on him and his team, and perhaps provide evidence that holdovers from that regime are still working to undermine him.
Some congressional investigators have been trying, but they’ve hit roadblocks. That is why WND raised the issue with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer at Monday’s daily press briefing.
“At last word, the FBI and CIA were still not handing over to the House intelligence committee information they had requested on unmaskings and leaks,” WND began.
WND then asked, “Does the administration believe there should be a special counsel appointed to look into those issues separately, or do they have faith (Special Counsel Robert) Mueller will look at that fully?”
Spicer replied: “That’s a question that is best directed toward the special counsel that exists right now. I don’t know if that’s the case. I’m not … I don’t have an update on that.”
“The president has tweeted his desire to look into that,” WND noted.
“I understand that,” said Spicer. “I know what the president’s goal is. I don’t know the status between the House and Senate Intelligence Committees and what information they do or do not have with respect to those agencies.”
“They seem to feel they’ve been stonewalled,” WND pressed on.
“Again, I just don’t have an update as far as what information they do or don’t have,” Spicer said. “A lot of that’s classified, so I wouldn’t be able to share it if I could. But it’s obviously something that’s ongoing.”
Although unable to go into much detail, the telling part of Spicer’s answer may have been his comment, “I know what the president’s goal is.”
It has been a great source of frustration for the president that the media has not invested the same time and energy looking into leaks, unmaskings and political spying as it has on the still-unproven allegation the Trump team colluded with the Russians, for which no evidence has emerged, as even top Democrats have conceded.
Often with noticeable exasperation and a sense of urgency, Trump has tweeted about leaks, unmaskings and political spying 27 times since Feb. 14, not long after taking office.
Those tweets include:
Trump’s repeated insistence that the real story is the political surveillance, unmasking and leaking of damaging information by the Obama administration has not gone unnoticed by investigators on the House Intelligence Committee. They may have hit roadblocks of their own but are pressing on.
As WND reported on May 31, the House Intelligence committee issued seven subpoenas.
Three of them, signed by chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., explicitly asked the FBI, CIA and NSA for information on unmasking requests involving three top officials of the Obama administration: former national security adviser Rice, former CIA Director John Brennan, and, surprisingly, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power.
Well before that, on March 15, Nunes and ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., sent a letter to the chiefs of the CIA, FBI and NSA, essentially asking for any evidence that the Obama administration requested surveillance information on the Trump and/or Clinton presidential campaigns.
WND has reported that the CIA and FBI have been effectively stonewalling Congress, and that the bureau has provided just a smattering of a response.
Anatomy of a Witch Hunt
June 21, 2017
By William L. Gensert
When Robert Mueller III accepted his position as special counsel, he knew he would have to procure a scalp, or at the very least real blood from the president or someone close to him.
Mueller is a much admired man; he has had a good, long, and honorable career. He has bipartisan respect for having served his country with integrity and distinction. However, in government, integrity is no guarantee of longevity, or even survival, for that matter. (See? "Matter" and "investigation" are not synonyms unless you're Loretta Lynch.)
No one survives in Washington for very long without understanding the establishment and the "game."
With this investigation, the progressive-elite zealots, who constitute the apparatchik-academia-media triad that controls day-to-day governance, the "news," and what our children learn, will accept nothing less than an outcome that permanently damages this president and his administration. That would be their worst-case scenario; what they really pine for is impeachment.
Yet didn't they tell us Comey (who has given new meaning to "I going to take a leak") was a universally respected person as well? Wasn't he full of integrity, an exceptional leader and administrator as well as a skillful prosecutor? Didn't they also tell us he was honorable and truthful? I think the last few months have put that illusion to bed.
Let's be clear: the president is Mueller's target. If he didn't know this going in, the Washington Post's recent declaration of the fact sourced by anonymous "officials who described the financial focus of the investigation [and who] spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly" should clarify the matter for Mueller.
They were "not authorized to speak publicly"? Mueller as special counsel has only recently been appointed, and even more recently his investigation staffed. Yet already there are leakers on his team? How is that for integrity and honor?
Another thing: When staff is hired from only one end of the political spectrum, it is not unusual for the result of the investigation to reflect that. Are these appointees going to throw their lives and careers away in the service of the truth? History is replete with those who have sold themselves for much less.
Let's go over Mueller's staff. As Glenn Reynolds pointed out, "he has chosen lawyers who records show have contributed substantially to Democratic campaigns. Indeed, two have given the maximum $2,700 donation to Hillary Clinton last year, while another worked for the Clinton Foundation. No one could accept them as impartial towards the man who defeated her."
In addition, hires James Quarles, a former assistant prosecutor during the Watergate investigation; Aaron Zebley; and Jeannie Rhee, once a senior adviser to Attorney General Eric Holder, are all former partners at Mueller's old law firm, WilmerHale. Mueller, who got his appointment as the result of leaks orchestrated by his best friend Comey, has now hired his friends in turn. That's the way it's done in Washington; you have to reward your friends when you have the opportunity.
Another hire, Andrew Weissmann, headed the high-profile investigation into the wrongdoings at Enron and, earlier, investigated organized crime when he worked for the U.S. attorney's office in the Eastern District of New York.
Starting last century, Weissmann, Rhee, and Quarles alone have donated more than $50,000 to Democrats, according to Federal Election Commission records.
Why was it easy for Trump, who until he was elected probably never gave conservative judges a second thought, to find conservative justices for appointment, but Robert Mueller III can find only progressives and donors to Hillary for his staff? Perhaps that is exactly what he was looking for.
With the "Hillary for President" never-ending campaign, which still refuses to acknowledge she actually lost, isn't it naïve to believe that donors to her campaign are going to be open-minded and follow the evidence? Most people would realize how well the Clintons treat their friends when in power and roll the dice for Hillary – that's where the money is.
Just as Chris Rock said money makes a bald spot look like a part, it can also buy quite a bit of loyalty. It is so much easier to self-delude when there might be personal enrichment on the horizon.
While it's always good to "follow the money," this is not about the money. Most of the people involved here are already rich. This is primarily about ideology and the political rewards and appointments that can come with being on the right side.
Even so, say Mueller and his entirely unbiased staff investigate and find nothing. Does anyone believe that will be accepted by the Patriots of Resist? No, there will be immediate shouts of "cover-up" and "scoundrels."
Mueller will no longer be the widely respected man he is today, and he is a widely respected man today because he knows this and he knows how to play the game. The only way for Mueller to escape his investigation unscathed is for him to find something that proves that Donald Trump should not be president.
James Freeman of the Wall Street Journal says of Mueller's investigation: "Robert Mueller is conducting an investigation in search of a premise. But if this is starting to look like the Seinfeld of federal productions – a show about nothing – recent events suggest it could end up being about something worse."
Yeah, it's called a witch hunt.
Hillary Clinton & Robert Mueller Linked in Russian Uranium Exchange
June 20, 2017 by Kirk 1 Comment
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton facilitated a uranium exchange with Russian law enforcement by former FBI Director (and current chief Deep State inquisitor) Robert Mueller.
Image Credit: Gage Skidmore CC by SA 2.0
The exchange was exposed via a recent Wikileaks publication of a secret cable between Hillary’s State Department and the Russian embassy.
Hillary sent Mueller to Moscow with orders to turn over a 10 gram sample of highly enriched uranium (HEU) which was obtained during a shadowy 2006 nuclear “sting” operation conducted in the Georgian Republic.
The ostensible reason for the transfer was to engender further trust between Russian and American law enforcement in the area of nuclear materials and to learn more about how to trace nuclear materials.
But when it comes to Hillary and Russian uranium interests, the shady Uranium One deal cannot pass unnoted.
There still has been no real investigation into how Hillary gave permission for a Russian company to acquire a quarter of the North American uranium reserves after Russian interests poured hundreds of millions into the Clinton Foundation and gave Bill Clinton six figure speaking fees.
At the very least, this exchange raises serious questions about the ability of Robert Mueller to do his job as special prosecutor on the Russian collusion charges since he already has connections to major figures in Russian law enforcement.
Deep State Mocks Trump=> Obama’s Photographer Posts Photo of Chums Obama, Mueller and Comey
Obama’s photographer posted a photo on Twitter Thursday of Barack Obama, James Comey and Robert Mueller all in one shot.
It’s as if the left and deep state are mocking President Trump over the ongoing witch hunt special counsel.
Mueller has hired far left donors to help him with his witch hunt against the current president.
— Yashar Ali (@yashar) June 22, 2017
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Do we want to give the 'Deep State' a real reason to be afraid??? Start conducting some serious and thorough investigations of these known reprobates. After that, you can bet that the small fish will immediately be lining up begging for their personal plea deals.
Start off with any one of these unindicted CRIMINALS!
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CALL IT WHAT IT IS NWO, IN THE BELLY OF THE BEAST !