Bombshell Report Exposes Depth Of Deep State Trump Spying

In a revelation that strikes at the heart of democratic principles, a bombshell report published Tuesday reveals new details about a governmental covert operation that will redefine public understanding of the 2016 election and its aftermath. 

The report, published by journalists Michael Shellenberger, Matt Taibbi and Alex Gutentag, uncovers that the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), with former CIA Director John Brennan at the helm, orchestrated a surveillance operation against President Donald Trump’s campaign associates, leveraging foreign intelligence services within the “Five Eyes” alliance. That coalition, encompassing intelligence agencies from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, was reportedly tasked with monitoring 26 individuals linked to Trump, under the guise of protecting national security.

The FBI’s official investigation into the Trump campaign, known as “Crossfire Hurricane,” was launched on the pretext of a tip from Australian intelligence. The evidence described in this week’s report indicates a more complicated truth, with international espionage assets being deployed against a major party’s presidential campaign and then later against the White House itself. The report shows that the operation began as early as March 2016, several months before the IC acknowledged the official beginning of Crossfire Hurricane.

The findings in the report challenge the narrative surrounding the 2016 election and call into question the motivations behind the FBI’s subsequent investigation into Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia. Special Counsel John Durham’s review, which concluded the FBI’s probe was “seriously flawed” and lacking a factual basis, lends further credence to concerns over the misuse of intelligence resources and the potential for political bias within the IC.

Moreover, the involvement of foreign intelligence agencies in monitoring a U.S. presidential campaign underlines the need for greater transparency and oversight of intelligence operations. The revelation that the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) and other members of the Five Eyes were implicated in these surveillance activities underscores the extent to which international cooperation can be weaponized against domestic political figures.

The fabrication of reasons to interact with or “bump” into Trump campaign associates by foreign intelligence operatives represents a troubling misuse of power. These actions, ostensibly carried out under the banner of national security, may have instead served partisan interests, further blurring the lines between legitimate intelligence gathering and political espionage.

As the public digests these revelations, the demand for accountability grows louder. The whereabouts of the alleged “10-inch binder,” containing potentially explosive details of this surveillance operation, remains a mystery. Its contents could provide concrete evidence of the lengths the IC went to monitor Trump’s campaign, offering a rare glimpse into the shadowy world of international espionage and its entanglement with domestic politics.


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