Tuesday, July 10, 2018 by JD Heyes
The biggest political scandal in the history of the country has been detailed for the first time in a brand-new documentary series available exclusively for Brighteon.com, the just-launched pro-liberty video sharing platform that doesn’t censor content the Left finds objectionable.
The documentary, “The Deep State Strikes Back,” details how corrupt elements of the Obama FBI, DoJ and DNC tried to frame Donald Trump, destroy his presidency and nullify democracy.
In particular, this incredible documentary notes:
— As the summer of 2016 began and Trump’s popularity was rising, operatives within the Clinton campaign, the Deep State and Obama White House concocted an “insurance plan” of sorts to put in place should Trump somehow, some way come out on top in the upcoming November election.
— Beginning in July 2016, men and women of the FBI and Justice Department launched an operation to spy on Trump’s campaign. Disguised as a counterintelligence probe, the FBI would even go so far as to cultivate sources within Trump’s campaign.
— The operation would be based on a fabricated allegation of Russian collusion.
— Trump’s victory in the 2016 election over Hillary Clinton, whom President Obama and the Democratic Party and Democrat-aligned media had essentially expected to ‘coronate,’ shocked the Deep State, but operatives nonetheless had a plot in place to undermine him. That plot had been hatched months earlier.
— Trump’s first national security advisor, Michael Flynn — a former Defense Intelligence Agency head — would have known he was being monitored by U.S. intelligence agencies when he spoke to Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak, so claiming he “lied” to FBI agents who asked him about it later was absurd.
— In February 2017, Flynn’s identity was leaked to the media by an Obama-era operative as having had discussions with the Russian diplomat — again, as part of the fabricated Russia-collusion narrative. Those would have been the discussions he had while vacationing in the Dominican Republic, a conversation that was not in any way illegal or improper.
— During March 2017 testimony before the House, then-FBI Director James Comey, who was revealed to have likely been involved in the Spygate scheme and resultant cover-up, could not explain why he failed to notify Congress for nine months that his agency and the Justice Department had launched a “counterintelligence” probe of the 2016 Trump campaign as well as President Trump’s current administration. At the time it was FBI practice to inform appropriate congressional committees every three months of high-profile counterintelligence investigations. Comey’s excuse was lame.
— As Summer 2017 approached, the Russian collusion narrative began to crumble. For one, despite an avalanche of leaks, no hard evidence of any collusion was produced – despite the existence of several congressional and federal investigations.
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J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.