This is What Trump’s Weekend #DeepStateGate Claim REALLY Proves

Courtesy & Thanks To: Eric Odom & Liberty News.

This is What Trump’s Weekend #DeepStateGate Claim REALLY Proves


Thanks to Donald Trump’s early Saturday tweet storm the media is once again losing its collective mind. Trump believes Obama “wire tapped” his building in New York and didn’t hold back in saying so.

The media backlash was instant. Literally every mainstream outlet, including Fox News, has devoted every waking minute to an attempt to discredit Trump, clamoring about a lack of evidence in the matter.


This time he has gone too far, they say. This time he’s being dangerous and he’s being unpatriotic by leveling unsubstantiated claims against the former President, Barack Hussein Obama.

But while the media believes it has some sort of high ground on the topic, it turns out they are just further exposing their blatant bias in favor of protecting/defending the deep state. Exposed through an almost unbelievable level of hypocrisy.

The #DeepStateGate coverage projected by the media is indeed one of the grandest episodes of media bias and hypocrisy we’ve seen in our lifetimes. Let me explain.

First, I will admit I believe that to an extent Trump decided to release this proclamation to quiet the noise surrounding the media’s hype about alleged Russian influence in the U.S. elections. And I will say it was a brilliant move.

And just because Trump may have decided to release the claim now to quiet the poisonous fake Russian narrative burning across media like an out-of-control wildfire doesn’t mean his claim isn’t true. I mean, the fact that Obama blatantly lied about wiretapping Americans should tell you everything you need to know.

“As part of that practice, neither Obama nor White House official ever ordered surveillance on any US citizen. Any suggestion otherwise is false,” said an Obama spokesperson.

Seriously? The President who authorized the spying on virtually every American through the NSA is claiming he never ordered surveillance on any American?

You just can’t make this stuff up. But the media will certainly eat it up.

It’s amazing that the very media who doesn’t want to believe a word the current President says will instantly believe any word the former President says. Even when there is plenty of evidence the former President did in fact spy on millions of Americans through the NSA.

Now let’s get to the media’s crying over a lack of evidence as it relates to Trump’s claim of wiretapping at his building. I’ll remind you that since the day Trump was sworn in the media has, without a shred of evidence, claimed Trump’s team has been tied into a deep connection with Russia.

Again, for months now the mainstream media has covered fake stories about Russian influence in the Trump administration without a single piece of evidence to back up the reporting.

In fact, there is ample evidence there was no Russian ties to the Trump admin at all. Plenty of sources backing this up. Plenty of reports confirming it. Plenty of intel clearly suggesting there is no “there” there.

Yet the media stays on course, attempting to discredit and dismantle the Trump administration.

And if Trump claims something they don’t like they are the first in line complaining there is no evidence.

The hypocrisy is astounding.

#DeepStateGate isn’t just about government employees leaking damaging (and often times false) information in an attempt to take down the Trump administration. It’s also about the media’s role in ensuring such information is spread as far and wide as possible.

Unsubstantiated, unproven claims that damage Trump = fair game for constant reporting by the mainstream media.

Trump’s claims that he was spied on = scandal that proves Trump is unfit to lead.

See how this works?

Trump has yet again exposed the media for being blatantly biased. And yes, what the media is doing is very anti-American, very dangerous and outright treasonous in some aspects.

The main stream media is #DeepStateGate. Or at the very least the MSM is the deep state’s official spokesperson.

And that is very, very disconcerting to say the least.

-Eric Odom

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