Trump Gives Devastating New Nickname To Deep State And It’s Good

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President Trump has just about reached his limit with the deep state and I don’t blame him.

The swamp has been fighting back using their typical underhanded and full of media leak strategies.

The real issue of the day is that a majority of Americans – if you take Bernie supporters and Trump supporters you have a clear majority – wanted to stop the endless wars and redo the horrible trade deals.

Why? Because they are making the top rich while the rest of us scramble for crumbs. Instead of helping Trump redo the sins of the past – which they could with infrastructure spending, bringing what jobs we can back and massive re-training programs for those who we can’t – they cut him off at the knees with vicious attacks.

It is the crime of the century and while the deep state may be correct that that economy is gone forever, the fact they won’t help Trump at least try to help the people who were devastated shows their true intent.

They don’t care about us and they never have.

As reported by The Daily Mail:

President Donald Trump inveighed Thursday against the release of more texts from former FBI lawyers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that referenced people in the government ‘leaking like mad.’

The president brought up the 2016 messages a day after they appeared in a Fox News report that dug up still more texts from the former FBI officials, following an earlier release of anti-Trump texts.

In one of them, Strzok, a former member of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, tells Page that ‘our sisters have begun leaking like mad.’

A Fox report on the matter got Trump’s attention.

‘More text messages between former FBI employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page are a disaster and embarrassment to the FBI & DOJ,’ This should never have happened but we are learning more and more by the hour,’ Trump wrote.

‘Others were leaking like mad’ in order to get the President! ……..,’ Trump wrote, seizing a quote from the texts but then adding his own interpretation.

The president then tweeted a quote from Fox commentator Gregg Jarrett, who has been promoting a new book with a title that uses a phrase ripped from Trump’s tweets and rallies: ‘The Russia Hoax: The Illicit Scheme To Clear Hillary Clinton And Frame Donald Trump.’

Trump wrote, using quotation marks, ‘It is a cesspool of corruption, and the people who did this need to be brought to justice,’ then tagged Jarrett’s Twitter handle.

Newly-released cryptic text messages between Strzok Page suggest that other people within the government were ‘leaking like mad’ before the start of the Trump-Russia collusion investigation.

The agents also seemed to devise their own scheme of releasing information just a month after Trump was elected into the White House, and while they were having an affair.

‘Think our sisters have begun leaking like mad. Scorned and worried, and political, they’re kicking into overdrive,’ Strzok wrote to Page in the latest of the couple’s texts to become public.

The exchange took place after the election, on December 15, 2016.  

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