Left-Wing Journalist Admits President Trump is Correct about ‘Permanent Coup’ by Deep State

As President Donald Trump continues his war with the Democratic Party and the deep state, left-wing journalist Matt Taibbi is growing increasingly concerned with the “permanent coup” that is being waged by the intelligence community against the White House.

He released an article last week explaining that, from his perspective, the threat posed by President Donald Trump pales in comparison to that of the shadow bureaucracy operating from Washington D.C.

“My discomfort in the last few years, first with Russiagate and now with Ukrainegate and impeachment, stems from the belief that the people pushing hardest for Trump’s early removal are more dangerous than Trump,” Taibbi explains in his column.

“Many Americans don’t see this because they’re not used to waking up in a country where you’re not sure who the president will be by nightfall. They don’t understand that this predicament is worse than having a bad president,” he writes.

Taibbi believes that Democrats are opening Pandora’s Box by enabling the deep state to potentially remove an elected president based on obviously fabricated nonsense.

“Russiagate birthed a whole brand of politics, a government-in-exile, which prosecuted its case against Trump via a constant stream of “approved” leaks, partisans in congress, and an increasingly unified and thematically consistent set of commercial news outlets,” Taibbi explains.

“These mechanisms have been transplanted now onto the Ukrainegate drama. It’s the same people beating the public drums, with the messaging run out of the same congressional committees, through the same Nadlers, Schiffs, and Swalwells. The same news outlets are on full alert,” he writes.

Taibbi believes that the Democrats are guilty of virtually everything they accuse Trump of doing, and reinforces many narratives that are regularly pushed by the President from his Twitter account.

“Trump stands accused of using the office of the presidency to advance political aims, in particular pressuring Ukraine to investigate potential campaign rival Joe Biden. He’s guilty, but the issue is how guilty, in comparison to his accusers,” Taibbi explains.

“Trump, at least insofar as we know, has not used section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to monitor political rivals. He hasn’t deployed human counterintelligence “informants” to follow the likes of Hunter Biden. He hasn’t maneuvered to secure Special Counsel probes of Democrats,” he writes.

If the coup against Trump is successful, Taibbi warns of apocalyptic consequences for the U.S. political system moving forward.

“I don’t believe most Americans have thought through what a successful campaign to oust Donald Trump would look like. Most casual news consumers can only think of it in terms of Mike Pence becoming president,” he explains.

“The real problem would be the precedent of a de facto intelligence community veto over elections, using the lunatic spookworld brand of politics that has dominated the last three years of anti-Trump agitation,” Taibbi writes.

While most left-wing journalists have lost their marbles in recent years, Taibbi has been able to keep a level-enough head to understand the dangers posed by the deep state, fake news and Democratic Party to the American Republic moving forward.