Now that the Russian collusion hoax is slowly bleeding out to where there will soon be nothing remaining but a lifeless corpse, the perpetrators of this big bamboozle are desperately working to keep their fraudulent Frankenstein monster on the path.
Democrats and their allies can’t allow all of the work that they have done to simply evaporate as the rotten truth about the real collusion within the bowels of the Deep State is revealed and especially not before the critical midterm elections.
One last big push for the Russians are coming, the Russians are coming narrative is now underway and any non-Democrat or neocon entity is going to be smeared as Russian agents or bots.
Leading the way is the malodorous anti-Trump stink tank The Alliance for Securing Democracy and they are sneakily doing it through a front group “Hamilton 68” which is claimed to be “Tracking Russian Influence Operations on Twitter” despite its all-star lineup of Deep State scumbags.
Politico reports on this anti-Democratic, Never Trumper infested shithole and is the same exact organization that was cited by criminal conspirators Adam Schiff and Dianne Feinstein when they were trying to bully Facebook and Twitter into censoring free speech when #ReleaseTheMemo was tracking.
— POLITICO (@politico) February 7, 2018
Via Politico “Russia pushes more ‘deep state’ hashtags”:
After the success of the viral #ReleaseTheMemo campaign, Russian-influenced Twitter accounts are test-running other hashtags designed to stoke anger, particularly among supporters of President Donald Trump, against “deep state” forces, according to analysts at Hamilton 68, a website that tracks Russian-influenced Twitter accounts.
Last weekend, a host of new hashtags trended in the network of accounts monitored by Hamilton 68, including #fisagate, #obamadeepstate, #wethepeopledemandjustice, #thememorevealsthecoup and even #obamaslegacyisobamagate.
None of those have taken hold, but the flurry of new efforts indicated to Bret Schafer, an analyst for the Alliance for Security Democracy, which runs Hamilton 68, that the Russians would continue to push issues related to the “deep state.”
“There’s still a ton of activity,” Schafer said. “It does look like they’re looking for the next hashtag. … They’re clearly looking for the next step in this process.”
Some of the hashtags tied former President Barack Obama to the “deep state” resistance against Trump, a clear attempt to play on political divisions.
Schafer said he typically doesn’t put too much stock in a single trending hashtag, but when six or seven on the same theme bubble up, it usually indicates a broader strategy, he said.
Since Politico won’t bother telling the truth about WHO is behind this operation, I will.
Failing to divulge the names of the top figures at The Alliance for Securing Democracy are in what is yet another lie of omission.
Let’s take a look at the most recognizable names:
Bill Kristol: Neocon propagandist, co-founder of the Project for the New American Century (PNAC) and a man who worked desperately to field an anti-Trump spoiler candidate who would have swung the election to Hillary.
Michael Chertoff: Former Bush administration Director of Homeland Security.
Jake Sullivan: Former national security advisor to Vice President Joe Biden and director of Policy Planning at the U.S. Department of State, as well as deputy chief of staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He was the senior policy advisor on Secretary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Michael Morrell: Former Obama administration official who was the acting director of the Central Intelligence Agency in 2011 and again from 2012 to 2013. Morrell also wrote an op-ed for the New York Times in 2016 endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.
David Kramer: Was senior director for The McCain Institute for International Leadership AND was the man hand-picked by Senator John McCain to take delivery of the Fusion GPS-Christopher Steele dossier.
Michael McFaul: Former Obama administration ambassador to Russia as well as a virulent critic of both the country and President Vladimir Putin. A warmonger’s warmonger.
Mike Rogers: Former Republican congressman and House Intelligence Committee chairman notable for his defense of NSA mass surveillance programs.
This snakepit of corrupt former government officials has as its goal nothing short of crushing domestic political resistance to the globalist war machine and all of the money that it provides to those with the right names and primo connections. Like the swine at the Alliance for Securing Democracy.
The most important name on the roster is David Kramer, Senator John McCain’s right-hand man who dealt with Christopher Steel on the Fusion GPS dirty dossier and as such, this organization has a vested interest in getting the Democrats elected and Trump impeached so that their criminality is not exposed.
It is also a lie of mammoth proportions to suggest that the term “Deep State” originated with either Trump or the Russians.
The first time that this humble author ran across it was in the work of Professor Peter Dale Scott who wrote extensively of the shadowy netherworld of corrupt politicians, organized crime, international drug cartels, the CIA, Continuity of Government ghouls and the networks that have existed since at least the end of World War II.
Some of his better-known works are:
- The American Deep State: Wall Street, Big Oil, and the Attack on U.S. Democracy
- American War Machine: Deep Politics, the CIA Global Drug Connection, and the Road to Afghanistan
- The Road to 9/11: Wealth, Empire, and the Future of America
- Cocaine Politics: Drugs, Armies, and the CIA in Central America
- Drugs, Oil, and War: The United States in Afghanistan, Colombia, and Indochina
- Dallas ’63: The First Deep State Revolt Against the White House
All of which were written well before Trump ever even declared his candidacy. These but a few of the resources available on the Deep State which you will never either her or read about in the crooked mainstream media which serves as its mouth.
Here is but one of the many interesting interviews with Scott that is out there:
You may not agree with it all but there is a lot of very good stuff in the interview.