A treasonous coup attempt by the Deep State and the media

None dare call it treason. Except for President Donald Trump that is. So says author Doug Wead after interviewing the president for his upcoming book “Inside Trump’s White House: The Real Story of His Presidency.”
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Of the domestic spy operations conducted on the 2016 Trump presidential campaign by the FBI’s counterintelligence division and the CIA – undoubtedly initiated on the orders of President Obama – Trump told Wead:
“What they did… It was treasonous. The interesting thing out of all this is that we caught them spying on the election. They were spying on my campaign.”

Oh, yes, treason.
The war against Trump

Democrats and never-Trump Republicans have waged a relentless campaign against Trump, accusing the president of being an intelligence asset of Vladimir Putin’s Russia – a treasonous act.

But what began as a political dirty tricks campaign by the Democratic National Committee, the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, and Obama’s Deep State, morphed into a coup plot intended to remove Trump from office.
Uprooting the plotters

A matter of deep concern for the Deep State plotters is US Attorney John Durham’s expanded criminal investigation into the origins of their Trump/Russia counterintelligence operation.
Read Also: AG William Barr and Atty. Durham closing in on the Obama, Brennan coup plotters

Potential targets include:
  • John Brennan, Former CIA Director
  • James Clapper, Former Director of National Intelligence
  • James Comey, Former FBI Director
  • Andrew McCabe, Former Assistant FBI Director
  • Peter Strzok, Former FBI Counterintelligence Section chief …

... to name but a few.
There is more.

The media also participated in this plot to overthrow and election after their early attempt to defeat Trump at the ballot box failed. 


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