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ObamaGate Grows as Intel Director Declassifies List of Officials Involved

Things are about to get very interesting in Washington DC.

President Trump has long insinuated that there were a number of bad actors involved in the Obama administration, who were working on a clandestine pre-coup against the incoming Trump team late in No. 44’s second term.

For the American people, the first clue as to the possibility of such a nefarious plot came during the 2016 presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, when Clinton was sudden and inexplicably obsessed with the idea of painting Donald Trump as “soft” on Russia.  Soon, we knew why, as the Democrats began accusing Trump and his acquaintances of working hand-in-hand with the Kremlin to get the NYC business mogul elected.

Now, despite $25 million spent and 22 months wasted, this ruse is falling apart.  President Trump has dubbed it “ObamaGate”, and it appears that the revelations in the case will be continuing for some time.

Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has declassified the list of former Obama administration officials who were allegedly involved in the “unmasking” of then-incoming national security adviser Michael Flynn.

ABC News first reported the news but initially said in the title that Grenell was in the process of trying to declassify the list of Obama officials.

A source with knowledge of the matter told The Daily Wire that the list has already been declassified and now it’s on Attorney General William Barr to release the list.

General Flynn was eventually charged with lying to the FBI, but those charges were dropped last week after the disclosure of handwritten notes from the Bureau that seemed to indicate agents were willing to trick Flynn into lying to them in order to press charges.

It appears as though there are some bombshells still out there, waiting to drop.


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