Mueller Panics After McCabe Admits to Deep State Coup to Remove Trump — Recycles Debunked Roger Stone Smear
It’s Called a Coup D’Etat
Fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe told CBS News Thursday that top officials at the Department of Justice and FBI discussed recruiting cabinet members to push President Trump out of office.
McCabe, James Comey, Rod Rosenstein and the top officials at the DOJ were actively strategizing how to remove the duly elected President of the United States.
In third world banana republics they call this a coup d’etat.
Treason is punishable by death in the United States.
In response to this news the Mueller team re-released debunked smear on Roger Stone. They wanted to change the story
Mueller deep state hacks re-released documents on Friday they claim shows that Roger Stone was communicating with Wikileaks.
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