NY Times Haberman Admits to Deep State, There’s Proof Hillary, Reid Knew


The New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman says there is a bureaucracy of well-placed Obama appointees leaking classified data. She just admitted to the Deep State.

There is proof that there is a deep state and the NY Times has in the past admitted to it. There is also proof that there was collusion on leaks about the Trump Tower spying. Reid, Hillary and Slate all came out with it on the same day, within hours.

Hillary Clinton was likely well-aware of what was going on. She began tweeting about it at the same time Slate came forward with their article. There was a great deal of coordination.

The author, Franklin Foer tweeted this to Hillary at 5:43 on October 31st, giving her the go-ahead.

Her tweets began at 6:32 pm. She sure did get up to snuff rather quickly – too quickly, which is why we say he gave her the go-ahead.

On October 31st at 5:36, Slate, a hard-left publication, reported the Trump Tower scam. “Computer scientists” at Indiana University found the information that allegedly linked a Trump Tower server with a Russian bank, they reported. They alleged that they were trying to protect the Trump campaign – both campaigns.

A follow-up story by the same author on November 2nd noted that the FBI inquired. The author Franklin Foer, a man of the hard-left and one of Slate’s contributing editors, referred to a NY Times story, also on October 31st, which found that the FBI looked into the server activity but “ultimately concluded that there could be an innocuous explanation, like a marketing email or spam, for the computer contacts.” The computer scientists still found it less than innocuous.

Two hours later, Clinton tweeted details from the story and in depth. In fact, even before that, she instantly tweeted the story.

On the same day, before the original tweets, Hillary said Comey wouldn’t intervene because it was too close to the election. Comey apparently felt it would be inappropriate to say Russia meddled in the election.

The Russia story came from the Clinton campaign.

Louise Mensch first reported the story on November 7th. the BBC confirmed in on November 12. The guardian corroborated the report in mid-January.

The following email was sent around by the Clinton camp in April. It goes to intent.

Hillary also lied and claimed it was confirmed by intelligence at that time.

Then there is Harry Reid, who definitely knew about it.

31 October 2016, the time period at which the Obama administration sought a FISA warrant to monitor Trump, Harry Reid wrote:

“In my communications with you and other top officials in the national security community, it has become clear that you possess explosive information about close ties and coordination between Donald Trump, his top advisers, and the Russian Government…  I wrote to you months ago calling for this information to be released to the public.”

Clearly, Senator Reid, the Senate’s Democrat leader, was told of information gleaned from communications intercepted by the intelligence community, even when members of the intelligence community now categorically deny that the Obama administration ordered any form of wiretap operation.

The Washington Post wrote in October:

“Reid is saying that he has been told the FBI has evidence of possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. And he’s not just saying this information came from mysterious and unnamed national security officials; he’s saying Comey himself has left him with this impression.”

By 12 December 2016, Harry Reid was telling the Huffington Post that he had “no doubt” that “someone in the Trump campaign organization” was communicating with Russian operatives.  He said that he was made aware of these relationships during “the last few months of the campaign.” That brings him to September, possibly October.

In the same interview, Reid cautioned members of the Electoral College based on “intelligence briefings he’s seen.”

The goal was to make Trump look like a collaborator, but now that it makes them look like felons, they are short on memory.

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