For four straight years the DC Deep State ran a continuous coup against President Donald Trump.
The regime opened a Special Counsel to investigate President Trump and his alleged ties to Russia and Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
They ALL knew it was a lie but ran with it anyway.
For over three years these deep state operatives leaked bogus “facts” to their cohorts in the liberal press hoping to take down President Trump, the people’s president
NOT ONE SINGLE member of the DOJ or FBI leaked the truth to the press. This tells you everything you need to know about the current state of our intelligence community and the Justice Department.
President Trump was able to create the greatest economy and foreign policy despite the best efforts of the DC establishment to take him down and destroy him.
In a final act of defiance, the Justice Department blocked President Trump’s request to release documents on the phony Trump-Russia investigation. It was their final assault on the sitting president and the American people.
The Washington Examiner reported:
Former President Donald Trump’s final declassification request was blocked by the Justice Department after he left the White House, new records reveal.
The memo by Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows that was delivered on the morning of Jan. 20, 2020, noted the Justice Department “must” release the binder of declassified documents about the flawed Trump-Russia investigation, following a Privacy Act review. The Justice Department under Attorney General Merrick Garland does not appear to have released the records despite the declassification order from Trump and the last-minute memo from Meadows.
Republicans have also been pushing Garland to make the records public since early 2021 to no avail. The Jan. 20, 2021, memo was made public by Just The News after a visit to the Trump collection at the National Archives.
Meadows told the DOJ the Office of Legal Counsel had said the Privacy Act doesn’t apply to the White House, but that “we do not intend to disclose materials that would violate the standards of the Privacy Act.” The Trump chief of staff nevertheless asked the DOJ to review the records for anything that might run afoul of the spirit of the privacy law.