(INTELLIHUB) — Judging by the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s recent failure to meet the first deadline set by the special counsel, one can only assume that it’s highly likely that both the DoJ and the FBI sent informants to spy on the Trump campaign prior to the initiation of the fake Russian collusion investigation in an attempt to later frame the Trump admin if a victory were to occur using a series of planned set-ups. The dastardly plan appears to have all started when operatives used a proxy ‘Russian’ server to ping an email server located inside Trump Tower which in turn triggered a crew of deep state-sponsored hackers to discover a connection which could then be extorted publicly by Democrats and the Clinton campaign who funded Steele dossier that made its way into Senator John McCain’s hands before he made the hand-off to FBI Director Robert Mueller and other members of the special counsel.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) blasted the DoJ and the FBI on Sunday when he told reporters that the agencies are on a “slippery slope.”
“It’s all connected,” the representative from California said. “The Democrats and the Hillary Clinton campaign hired Christopher Steele.”
The recent revelations and insinuations raise more questions than answers — one of which is: Did the FBI engage the Trump campaign before the kickoff of the Russian collusion investigation in an effort to set-up and later “frame” the POTUS once he took the helm?
Did the FBI engage the Trump campaign before the kickoff of the Russian collusion investigation in an effort to set-up and later "frame" the POTUS once he took the helm?
— Intellihub (@intellihubnews) June 25, 2018
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