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No Big Deal: FBI/DOJ Strategized About Coup to Remove Trump From Office

McCabe and his friends wanted to overthrow a duly elected president.

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Remember Andrew McCabe? The acting director of the FBI after corrupt deep state operative James Comey was fired? Part of the same crew of goons who swore up and down, many under oath, that there was no political bias at the FBI? The one whose wife ran for office as a Democrat in Virginia and received funding from Hillary Clinton ally and former Democratic Governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe? The one who, along with his former boss, looked the other way as the ordained Clinton, whose ascendance to the presidency was the plan all along, sent and received classified emails from an unsecured private server, which is crime that warrants big jail time for the average peasant who is not part of the ruling class?

Well, that guy admitted in a “60 Minutes” interview with Scott Pelley, which will air in full on Sunday, that he and other member of that totally unbiased Department of Justice, strategized about how they could remove President Donald J. Trump from office after that doddering fool Comey was fired for cause.

“There were meetings at the Justice Department at which it was discussed whether the vice president and a majority of the cabinet could be brought together to remove the president of the United States under the 25th Amendment,” Pelley said Thursday on “CBS This Morning,” promoting his meeting with McCabe.

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“The highest levels of American law enforcement were trying to figure out what to do with the President,” Pelley continued.

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This plan of action by the DOJ would make sense – if Trump were actually a Russian agent and puppet of Vladimir Putin. But even the Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee have given up on that ridiculous notion, albeit two years after those of us with a pulse had deemed it a bogus theory.

McCabe and company at the highest levels of law enforcement knew that Trump was not a Russian agent. Many – including the President – have argued that the Russian “collusion” investigation is deep state cover for the DOJ’s illegal surveillance of the Trump campaign, surveillance which they figured would be buried by the future President Clinton.

When McCabe claims ignorance during the full interview on Sunday, he will be lying.

Let’s not mince words. This was an attempt to remove a duly elected President for political purposes. This was a coup. And it meets the very definition of sedition.


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Taxpayer-Funded Commission Talks Smack About President Trump

There Are Many Subversive Actors Within the American Government Who Want to See President Trump Fail

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Cyber Solarium, a taxpayer-funded Defense Department commission, made it clear last month that it is not on President Trump’s side.

The nationalist group Republicans for National Renewal brought Cyber Solairum’s subversiveness to America First patriots’ attention on Twitter by pointing out the commission’s anti-Trump retweets.

RNR cited Cyber Solarium’s retweet of Maine Senator Angus King’s praise of Chris Krebs, the former director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

On November 16, King tweeted, “Chris Krebs is a dedicated public servant who has helped build up new cyber capabilities in the face of swiftly-evolving dangers. By firing him for doing his job, President Trump is harming all Americans – who rely on CISA’s defenses, even if they don’t know it. My statement:”

 

President Donald Trump fired Krebs last month for his denial of there being any widespread fraud during the 2020 election. This angered establishment politicians like King, who penned a press release condemning the president’s actions.

In the press release, Krebs declared “Chris Krebs is an incredibly bright, high-performing, and dedicated public servant, who has helped build up new cyber capabilities in the face of swiftly-evolving dangers. This year’s robust election security and public awareness campaign exceeded our expectations, especially given the unique political and technological challenges. Equally important is the less publicized work CISA has done to protect our nation’s other critical infrastructure assets. We should be empowering Chris and his team to do more, not punishing them for their doing their job.”

King continued attacking the President and expressed his optimism with regards to a Biden administration correcting this “error.”

“By firing Mr. Krebs for simply doing his job, President Trump is inflicting severe damage on all Americans – who rely on CISA’s defenses, even if they don’t know it. If there’s any silver lining in this unjust decision, it’s this: I hope that President-elect Biden will recognize Chris’s contributions, and consult with him as the Biden administration charts the future of this critically important agency.”

It’s clear that there are many subversive elements within the American government that want Trump out. It’s a telltale sign of the institutional decline the U.S. has experienced over the years as its constitutional republican model has been pushed aside in favor of an administrative state that is completely hostile to a nationalist presidency.

America First nationalists will have to clean house at the federal level in order to ensure that no future nationalist administrations ever get derailed from within again.

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