Pundits And Politicians Are Tacitly Admitting That They Lied About Russia
Caitlin Johnstone

Did the NSA lead a soft coup d’etat?

How the Deep State Changed the Course of the Election

This article is being publish now in light of the recent article by The Nation, entitled:

A New Report Raises Big Questions About Last Year’s DNC Hack.

Former NSA experts say it wasn’t a hack at all, but a leak — an inside job by someone with access to the DNC’s system.

By Patrick Lawrence, AUGUST 9, 2017

In this article, Lawrence reports how various experts from the intelligence community have clearly demonstrated how data was corrupted by the intelligence agencies themselves, in an attempt to implicate an outside party. The missing part to this is what entity might have motive to do such a thing?

I had written this article just post election and never published it for various personal and business reasons. However, I feel it is time to make it public, because I believe there was ample evidence for motive even 10 months ago.

Please read the Nation Article, and then read this one. Yes it is theory, but it is theory backed up with an awful lot of good evidence behind it. You will note that this article is rich with hyperlinks to various video and radio interviews as well as print journalism. If I recall correctly, at the time I was doing the research, there was at least 40 hrs of video interviews I had converted to text to make it easier to reference. I highly recommend accessing the linked material to get the broader meaning behind the short sentences which attempt to represent the large amount of information this article covers.

Did the NSA lead a soft coup d’etat?

How the Deep State Changed the Course of the Election


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