Never before has a man been so demonized by our own government as President Trump.
To be honest, not even our enemies have been treated as horribly as the Democrats have treated President Trump. Karl Marx seems to be more popular with liberals than President Trump.
Even our own government agencies conspired against him, and thanks to recently leaked notes taken by the Department of Justice during a meeting with the FBI, we now have a greater idea of how far the FBI was willing to go in order to prevent Trump from being president and then removing him from office.
What the notes reveal is that in response to the tweet, they tried to cover their tracks.
By March 2017, FBI leadership already knew with near-certainty that the Trump–Russia collusion claims were a hoax. They knew that Clinton’s campaign had a plan to vilify Trump by portraying him as a puppet of Putin. The FBI also knew that not a single claim in the so-called Steele dossier—which was the primary source of allegations of Trump–Russia collusion—had checked out.
In fact, at that point, the FBI had already spent three days interviewing Steele’s primary source, Igor Danchenko, who disavowed pretty much every claim in Steele’s dossier. The FBI also knew that the Alfa Bank story, which claimed that a Trump server was communicating with a Russian bank—information that had been brought to them by Sussmann—was bogus.
In short, the FBI knew that all the claims of Trump–Russia collusion had proven to be fake.
I don’t know when the history books will get this right. It may be in our lifetime, or it may be after. But I’m hopeful that one day, there will be no more denying that our own government plotted against President Trump several times. They spied on him before he was president, they spied on him while he was president, and then they engineered an election against him. This is the greatest con in the history of our nation.