There should be no misunderstanding that the two contradictory courses of developments within the United States today are somehow merely a coincidence.
On the one hand, the two-year-long campaign to stop Donald Trump, the so-called "Russiagate," orchestrated by British intelligence agent Christopher Steele and his assets within the Obama intelligence community, is now verging on collapse. The outright criminal actions by this conspiratorial cabal now stand exposed — and many of them should end up in prison. Peter Strzok, who led much of the Russia investigation at the FBI, and as a member of Robert Mueller's Russiagate task force, has been caught bragging in a text message to his lover (and fellow FBI agent) about a "secret society" to bring down Trump just after his election. Strzok was also exposed as expressing his belief that there was no substance to the charges of Russia collusion, even as he was joining the Mueller witchhunt.Read More