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Kash Patel Calls Russia Collusion Hoax A Mob-Style Conspiracy


Kash Patel is right on the money with this observation….

The Russia collusion hoax was a mob-style conspiracy, and the indictment itself is reminiscent of a RICO style case precisely because those perpetuating the conspiracy were and continue to be highly organized.

This is a broad ranging conspiracy which permeates all levels of government, public agencies, the permanent administrative state, and the mainstream corporate media.

Sussmann is just the beginning in a long string of indictments that should culminate in many more arrests at higher levels—just like the now famous mob cases of the late 80’s and early 90’s….

The mainstream media and the government establishment continue to push the Russia collusion narrative in subtle ways despite the entire thing being shown to be completely fictitious:

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“The John Durham indictment against Michael Sussman for lying to the FBI is normally about 2-3 pages long at max,” Patel said. “A 27-page indictment is reserved for those mob-style conspiracy cases or large scale fraud cases that the Department of Justice brings.”

“What I believe John Durham is doing is laying out a sweeping indictment so that the American public can begin to understand what the corruption was and who exactly was involved,” he said.

The Federalist had previously written this interesting piece:

A frequent media mouthpiece for the intelligence community who published the classified leak that launched the Russia collusion hoax is retaliating against the senior government official who debunked it.

In a meandering Washington Post column, first mocking the idea of a “deep state” before repeatedly and effusively praising it for its work thwarting the will of the elected government, David Ignatius uses anonymous sources to attack Kashyap Patel for exposing misbehavior by intelligence officials, holding them accountable, and mostly for the crime of behaving as if the duly elected President Donald Trump, not unelected bureaucrats, was the real head of the executive branch of government.


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