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Here Is A List of Deep-State Insiders, Democrats and Republicans, Trying to Destroy Trump for Pursing Peace with Russia

July 23, 2018

JW Williams, Kakistocracy

Deep State insiders are so upset over President Trump’s private meeting with Putin to calm US relations with Russia, they are accusing him of treason, punishment by death, and calling for a military coup to pull him from office. Many of these people served under Obama and still have top-secret security privileges. -GEG

Members of the ‘Deep State’ who objected to President Trump’s private meeting with Putin are the same people who have kept America in endless wars that, not create enemies abroad, and generate obscene profits for the military-industrial complex, of which they are a part.

Deep State Enemies of the American people who still have Top Secret Clearance:

John Brennan was the head of the CIA under Obama, but no longer works for the federal government, yet he still has security clearance!  This qualifies him to read top-secret documents and discuss classified topics with intelligence officials who still work in the government – and then leak the information to the press.  He now works for NBC.  He accused President Trump of treason, an offense punishable by death.  Last week, he also encouraged intelligence agencies, including the CIA, to conceal information from the President, which is a violation of federal law.  When he ran the CIA, he lied about spying on Senate staffers and killing civilians with drone strikes.

James Clapper, who was the head of National Intelligence under Obama, also retains security clearance.  He lied on camera about using the US intelligence gathering apparatus to spy on Americans.

Michael Hayden, another former CIA director under Obama, also is reported to still have his security clearance.  He recently accused President Trump of carrying out a “second Holocaust” on the Mexican border.

Susan Rice was Obama’s National Security Advisor from 2013 to 2017 and is involved in the alleged unmasking and spying case against then-candidate Trump.  She may also still retain her security clearance, which is problematic because she is part of the war on Trump and, after he met with Putin, she said that he was “serving a hostile foreign power”.

There are many other Deep State insiders, including James Comey, who called for Trump’s impeachment, Hillary Clinton, who also met privately with Putin when she was Secretary of State, Obama, Andrew McCabe and Robert Mueller, who would like to cover up their own records by blaming Russia.

Here is a short list of Trump-appointed staff members who undermined him:

John Kelly, Trump’s chief of staff, reportedly rallied Republicans like Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell to speak out against the President.

Daniel Coats, the Director of National Intelligence, openly questioned Trump’s judgement in meeting with Putin in private.

Christopher Wray, Trump’s FBI Director, defended Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his divisive Russia investigation, denying it is a witch hunt.

James Mattis, the Secretary of Defense, criticized Russia over Crimea and recommended strengthening Eastern Europe instead of negotiating with Russia.

Rod Rosenstein, the Deputy Attorney General, tried to provoke Putin two days before the summit by indicting 12 Russian nationals named by the Mueller investigation, for meddling in the 2016 election.

Democrats against Trump:

The mainstream media has a leftist agenda and they continually and savagely attack Trump.

Congressman Steve Cohen (D-TN) called for the military to remove Trump from power, tweeting this message: “Where are our military folks? The Commander in Chief is in the hands of our enemy!”

Chuck Schumer, the Democrat Senate Minority leader, continues to push the Russia conspiracy, but he met with Putin in New York City for donuts in 2003 – not Trump.

House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD) said that Trump’s remarks were “nothing short of treason,” echoing comments from Obama CIA boss John Brennan. He brushed off pressure from the party’s left flank to pursue impeachment, calling the issue a “distraction” – but kept the door open for a future rebuke, saying there will be time to address such issues “once we take control of the House back.”

Republicans against Trump:

Senator John McCain (R-AZ), who has consistently criticized the President, said Trump’s comments were “one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory.”  McCain is a long-time war monger who was photographed with leaders of the Free Syrian Army, the fighters who are violently opposed to the Assad regime and often affiliated with ISIS.

Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan contradicted Trump by insisting that Russia interfered in our election and he said that “the United States must be focused on holding Russia accountable and putting an end to its vile attacks on democracy.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell gave his support to the US intelligence community.

Other Republican Congressmen who criticized Trump for trying to calm relations with Russia during the summit included Trey Gowdy, Ben Sasse, Liz Cheney, Tim Scott, Susan Collins, Lindsey Graham, Jeff Flake and Will Hurd, a former CIA agent.


Senator Rand Paul says that Brennan’s top-secret security clearance is alarming because he may have access to personal information on Trump, his family, and anyone else in America, including you!  Senator Paul says that he intends to push the president and Dan Coats, who is currently in charge of National Intelligence, into divulging whether Brennan has clearance.  Rand Paul advocates oversight of intelligence agencies and wants intelligence agencies to obtain warrants from judges before they can look at databases that include phone records, political affiliations, and bank records.

Rand Paul was the only politician who backed Trump for pursuing peace with Russia.  Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity were the only mainstream journalists who supported Trump’s meeting with Putin.

Activism can work when it reaches critical mass and the public demands an end to corruption.  Supporting Rand Paul in his push to protect privacy is a first step.