What is Treason: FBI Finally Admits It They Planted Spies in the Trump Campaign

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By Jim Campbell

May 25, 2017

There is clearly no love lost between President Trump and Obama.

Though he would probably like to see him behind bars, Trump’s a good guy and likely won’t push for it on his watch.

They did it for Candidate Donald J Trumps own good, get it?

As protection against the Russians who meant to do him harm, see? 

But now, President Trump has turned the tables on the worst “Resident” to ever occupy the White House.

They didn’t bother informing the Campaign of the imminent threat, or advising them on preventive practices against coming attempts to infiltrate and destroy our democracy. 

For readers who are old enough to remember, aren’t suffering from end-stage dementia, had a television and even watched it, the above video is for you.

Obama’s OFA is considered and act of treason (Source)


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Publix halts political contributions ahead of Parkland students’ ‘die-in’ protest


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Miami Herald

via Free Republic

Staring down the prospect of a public relations crisis — boycott threats and “die-in” protests included — over its donations to Republican gubernatorial hopeful Adam Putnam, Publix said Friday it has halted all corporate political contributions.

The supermarket giant made the announcement moments before a “die-in” protest planned by David Hogg, a vocal Parkland school shooting survivor and gun control activist. Despite the news, Hogg and dozens of protestors sprawled on the floor of a Coral Springs Publix for 12 minutes clutching sunflowers and signs that read “No NRA Money.”

Hogg and other students began their influential movement for gun control in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting that left 17 dead and 17 wounded. They’ve taken aim particularly at the National Rifle Association, and were angered at the news of the grocer’s unprecedented support for Putnam, who once boasted he was a “proud NRA sellout.”

At $670,000 over the last three years, it’s the largest contribution the company has made in more than two decades and possibly the biggest in company history.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/politics-government/state-politics/article211940599.html#storylink=cpy

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