It’s laughable that liberals and their puppets in the media scoff at the idea of a Deep State conspiracy against President Trump when it’s been proven over and over again.
If you don’t think there’s a Deep State, or at least an “entrenched bureaucracy,” then there’s no saving you – it’s called delusion.
In fact, two House Republicans just exposed another monstrous Deep State conspiracy.
Did you know the expression “deep state” originated in Turkey in the 1990s when the country’s military colluded with drug traffickers and hitmen to wage war against Kurdish insurgents?
“Derin devlet” is what they called it, but the literal translation is “deep state.”
Of course, there will always be employees of the federal government who disagree with the politics of an administration, but never has it been as bad as under Trump – and we’ve had some despicable Presidents occupy the White House.
A prime example of Deep State conspirators who worked against President Trump was Peter Strzok, a former member of the FBI who was involved in text message exchanges with Lisa Page.
Both called Trump an “idiot” and hoped Hillary Clinton would beat him in 2016. Of course, we all know what happened there.
Former FBI Director James Comey and former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe were also exposed as part of the Deep State – and they’re the most powerful ones to be exposed. Imagine all the underlings within the federal government who share the same contempt for Trump?
And recently, House Republicans Steve King and Louie Gohmert exposed the real reason behind the death of Department of Homeland Security official Philip Haney who was found murdered just a week ago.
Haney was found about 40 miles east of Sacramento, California and “appeared to have suffered a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound,” but somewhat oddly, his death hasn’t been ruled a suicide. It’s an active and ongoing investigation.
King discussed Haney’s death on the House floor saying, “I’m standing on the floor here saying, Madame Speaker, I don’t believe that Phil Haney committed suicide. I expect that we’re going to get a thorough investigation. The evidence that is coming to me indicates that he was murdered.”
The Iowa representative even admitted, “Phil often said, ‘I would never commit suicide.”
Haney was no fan of former President Barack Obama and claimed he’d been on a “special covert assignment” against Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.
Gohmert gave a lengthy 30-minute speech where he said Haney had made a pact with him to expose government officials working against America. Gohmert claimed Haney was working on a book that would “name names of people that put this country at risk.”
He added, “I’d been concerned about his safety, with all the information he knew and people who could’ve gotten in trouble. We had a mutual pact, it said: if either one of us ended up committing suicide, then the other is going to make sure that the truth wins out.”
Much of the speculation has focused on a thumb drive Haney allegedly kept around his neck may have held incriminating documents about the Obama administration.
If you add all of these things up, Haney’s death is suspicious at best. At worst, it was a hit job in order to silence him.
Is it really so hard to believe the latter isn’t possible?