In its zeal to embed a spy into the Trump campaign in 2016, the FBI not only likely broke laws, but also certainly violated its own rules.
The liberal mainstream media appear determined to either ignore the recent revelation of “Spygate” — the scandal of the FBI having planted a spy in the Trump campaign in 2016 — or spin it as an anti-Trump story. However, the reality is that this is (as President Trump tweeted) the “all time biggest political scandal.” And, yes, that includes Watergate.
The Deep State and its minions are freaking out after President Donald Trump, furious over revelations of spying against his campaign, lashed out against the “Criminal Deep State” on social media. Trump's explosive comments come amid growing awareness among Americans about the so-called Deep State, with the latest polls showing three in four are troubled by the existence of this unelected network that secretly directs national policy. The president's remarks, as well as growing calls for criminal investigations, are likely to pour fuel on the fire as Americans seek to rein in the federal government and the shadowy forces that have hijacked and weaponized it.
On Wednesday, a Missouri state court jury found pro-life activist John Ryan not guilty of what appeared to be false charges that he made a terrorist threat against a Planned Parenthood clinic.
The name of the FBI spy placed in the Trump campaign in 2016 has been revealed, and it turns out this isn’t his first time infiltrating a political campaign as a spy. President Trump is demanding an investigation.
In American, our police historically have been independent of federal control and responsible to the communities they protect and serve. But if they are nationalized, they will be accountable to the federal government and their mission will be to enforce federal dictates.
Deep State Exposure: Inspector General's Report Expected to Declare FBI, DOJ Broke Law in Clinton E-mail ProbeWritten by C. Mitchell Shaw
The much-anticipated and long-awaited report by Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz is complete, soon to be released, and promises to be explosive. Indications are that the report will declare that the DOJ and FBI broke federal laws in their handling (or deliberate mishandling) of the Clinton e-mail investigation during the 2016 election cycle.
Lax school disciplinary standards, in part, prevented Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz from being brought to the attention of law enforcement prior to his Valentine's Day shooting spree.