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Letter: Culprits of deep state coup may see prison

An attempted deep state coup against a sitting president is rare.  It happened in 1963 — after John F. Kennedy stated “he would break the CIA into a thousands pieces.” That’s a long story for another day.

The current attempt, to overthrow President Donald Trump was apparently cooked up within the Obama Administration and involved John Brennan, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, James Clapper, former FBI director James Comey, Andrew McCabe and others, including Hillary Clinton.

This coup would be pulled off with cyber activity and illegal spying on American citizens, rather than bullets. They were aided in the cover-up by the liberal news media and the crying Democratic Party, who are two peas in a pod.

An experienced big game hunter always makes sure of a lethal first shot with a dangerous animal. The deep state’s shot only wounded Trump.

Make no mistake, Trump is a dangerous “wounded animal.”

We already see signs that people I’ve mentioned as part of the deep state coup attempt are scared and paranoid as a rat in a snake den.

Players such Brennan, Comey, Clapper and others have formed a perfect circular firing squad trying to blame each other.

Everyone is not capable of flushing all the crooks out into the opening.  But have no grand illusions.

Bill Barr and John Durham will smoke every last cockroach out of the woodwork.

All of the culprits and others, possibly Obama, have a date with destiny. Some will see prison.

— Randy Biggerstaff

Kannapolis

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