When you find a rat in your team, sure isn’t a pleasant feeling.
A knife in the back always hurts, especially when you’re stabbed by some of your close circle.
Our source Freedom Daily reports that Mr. Barrack Obama is playing some “shady business” infiltrating his “spies” inside the Trump’s administration team. This belief is supported by the leaks of classified information in the liberal media. Ever since Trump stepped in the Oval Office, Obama has been determined in his interests to bring him down. He even figured out how to get one of his Muslim agents work in Trump’s Homeland Security for a concise timeframe. Trump’s Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Habib Powell was found to be a Muslim, as well as great amigos with Hillary Clinton and Obama’s previous Iranian Muslim Brotherhood counsel Valerie Jarrett.
Now, we are discovering another “spy” in his close circle – his very own National Security Advisor and top military General, H.R. McMaster. He is likewise an Obama agent who has been working furtively with Obama for a considerable length of time, notwithstanding approving unlawful observation on President Trump. This most recent outrage that is tearing through Washington D.C. was simply uncovered by CIA officer John R. Maguire, who uncovered amid a current knowledge gathering operation that McMaster was the individual this whole time to approve illicit reconnaissance on President Trump, including Trump’s whole family and furthermore Steve Bannon.
The Intercept brings more details to this story: “Maguire told at least two people that National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, in coordination with a top official at the National Security Agency, authorized surveillance of Steven Bannon and Trump family members, including Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump. Adding to these unsubstantiated claims, Maguire told the potential donors he also had evidence H.R. McMaster used a burner phone to send information gathered through the surveillance to a facility in Cyprus owned by George Soros.”
Who can we trust these days? Is everything for sale, or is trust still a virtue for noble men?
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