DEEP STATE STILL UP TO ITS DIRTY TRICKS! Gave Politico Heads-Up That FTC Was Serving Steve Bannon
In January the Deep State Mueller Special Counsel sent 20-29 armed FBI operatives in six vehicles and a CNN camera crew to film the arrest of Trump associate Roger Stone at his home in a predawn raid.
CNN was tipped off on the pre-dawn raid.
Roger Stone was arrested barefoot and in his shorts outside his apartment.
On Monday Roger Stone told Judge Napolitano in a FOX Nation interview that his 72-year-old wife was also forced to stand outside barefoot and in her nightgown.
The Gateway Pundit wrote CNN for comment — It would be completely irresponsible if they hid this from the American public.
On Wednesday it looks like the Deep State did it again.
The Federal Trade Commission unsuccessfully tried to serve a civil subpoena Wednesday on Steve Bannon, the former Trump campaign CEO and chief White House strategist, over his role in the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
A Politico reporter was staged at the Bannon residence to cover the former Trump administration official being served a subpoena from the deep state FTC.
Nancy Scola at Politico later wrote about the incident.
In a scene witnessed by a POLITICO reporter, a process server hired by the FTC knocked on the door of the so-called Breitbart Embassy, a Capitol Hill townhouse where Bannon was due to host a $1,000-a-ticket fundraiser Wednesday for the Senate campaign of former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach. But the server, who was wearing a Washington Nationals baseball cap and holding a package to make it look like an ordinary delivery, said he was turned away.
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“One of his minions, I believe, went back and either called him or spoke to him and said, ‘There’s nothing we can do about it, bro,‘” said the server, who would only give his name as Mike.
So how did Politico know Steve Bannon would be served a subpoena by the FTC?
Who tipped off the far left outlet?
The Gateway Pundit wrote Ms. Scola but have not heard back from her.
We will update our post if or when we hear something more.
Don’t hold your breath.