Attorney General William Barr could be about to turn the Trump administration on its head as it is being reported that he is about to release evidence proving the existence of a “deep state” acting against President Trump.
As the Western Journal reports, any unveiling would come as Trump faces an impeachment inquiry from a Democrat-led House due to a whistleblower sharing the contents of a private call between Trump and the Ukrainian president.
“Barr is trying to deliver — and I have this, as do other reporters from other sources — to deliver evidence that perhaps this has all been a deep state conspiracy as Donald Trump alleges,” said CNN political analyst Carl Bernstein, who helped uncover the Watergate scandal.
The Western Journal continues:
The recent “whistleblower” complaint, like the fault-ridden Steele dossier before it, has been accused of being nothing more than part of the leftist establishment’s plot to depose President Donald Trump.
So far, it appears the whistleblower complaint is not the bulletproof accusation Democrats and some Republicans seem to think it is.
The complaint, written by someone who admits they were “not a direct witness” to much of what is contained in it, was a bombshell when it was publicly released earlier this week.
Since the whistleblower first came forward, it has also been learned that the unidentified individual responsible for disclosing the contents of the phone call exhibited “political bias” against Trump.
If that’s not enough to hint at a deep state effort to take down Trump, just look at who helped the whistleblower.
The attorney representing and assisting the whistleblower once worked for both Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and former first lady/senator/secretary of state/failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
The same lawyer works for a group called Whistleblower Aid, an organization formed during Trump’s presidency that seeks to assist those wanting to speak out against the government. The group has previously placed targeted ads outside of the White House, the Pentagon and other government buildings.
The belief that there are “deep state” operatives within the Trump administration was previously visited when thousands of text messages from FBI official Peter Strzok and his adulterer, FBI attorney Lisa Page (which showed anti-Trump rhetoric) were publicly released.