America’s First Revolution against a Deep State

America’s First Revolution against a Deep State

From 1763-1776, many Americans felt the mounting force and expanding intrusion of a Deep State and their anger grew.

Canada Free Press
by Lee Cary


It happened in 1776 – America’s first revolution against a Deep State.

President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to “Drain the Swamp,” if fulfilled, will bring a second revolution against a Deep State.

The first Deep State in America was foreign born in 18th Century England. It impacted the Colonies through the Crown’s operatives and emissaries, some American born – some British.

Today’s American Deep State is born and bred in the United States. We Americans own it – it’s ours free-and-clear.

So what is the Deep State today?

So what is the Deep State today? The answer is found in our past.

Bernard Bailyn (b. September 9, 1922), Adams University Professor and James Duncan Phillips Professor of Early American History, Harvard University, received the Pulitzer Prize and the Bancroft Prize for his book entitled The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution. Among his explanations for the American Revolution is one particularly relevant to today’s political environment in America.

The American Revolution did not begin with gunfire at Lexington and Concord. Years before then, “the colonists believed they saw emerging from the welter of events during the decade after the Stamp Act [1765] a pattern…with increasing clarity, [of] not merely mistaken, or even evil, policies violating the principles upon which freedom rested, but what appeared to be evidence of nothing less than a deliberate assault launched surreptitiously by plotters against liberty both in England and in America.” (pp. 94-95)

This “deliberate assault” traced back to the “invasions of custom officers” into the Colonies “born with long claws like eagles” dating back to the Seven Years’ War (pp.102-103).

Along with the proliferation of British taxes on the Colonies came a growth in the American Board of Customs Commissioners born in 1767. James Wilson wrote that “the crown will take advantage of every opportunity of extending the prerogative in opposition to the privileges of the people, [and] that it is the interest of those who have pensions or offices at will from the crown to concur in all its measures”(Bailyn, p.103, …).


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Kim Dotcom: Letter to Mueller to be Released Monday — “DNC KNOWS THERE’S EVIDENCE”

Kim Dotcom: Letter to Mueller to be Released Monday


The Post & Email
by Sharon Rondeau


(May 25, 2017) — Late on Wednesday, Internet businessman Kim Dotcom posted a tweet, in an apparent follow-up to his Tuesday website statement in which he claimed to have evidence that murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich was in communication with WikiLeaks, stating that he will “release our letter to Special Counsel Robert Mueller” on Monday.


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January 17, 2017: OBAMA Commutes Prison Sentence of Puerto Rican TERRORIST — June 11, 2017: Same Puerto Rican TERRORIST will be HONORED in a NYC Parade

Oscar Lopez Rivera (Image credit: New York Post)

Published May 24, 2017

Tucker Carlson debated New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams (D) over the city’s Puerto Rican Day Parade deciding to honor a FALN member. Carlson said the parade organizers decided to honor Oscar Lopez Rivera, who was implicated in several terrorist attacks in the United States in the 1980s. The FALN committed at least 100 bombings in the Lower 48, according to National Review. Rivera spent decades in prison until his sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama. Carlson told Williams that Lopez Rivera killed five people in New York in his quest to have Puerto Rico become its own Communist society.

“You represent New York City, a city you think would be sensitive to terror [but are] endorsing a terrorist,” Carlson said. Williams said Lopez Rivera’s “terrorist” status depends on the observer’s vantage point. He said the United States considered Nelson Mandela a terrorist until 2008, and that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated for his activism. “Are you really comparing him to Nelson Mandela?” Carlson asked. “The most dangerous man in America [according to] the FBI?” Williams said he supported nonviolent activism and maintained Lopez Rivera is not a terrorist. The NYPD and other groups in town have condemned the parade’s decision.

National Review: The Puerto Rican Day Parade’s Terrorist Problem


New York Post: Puerto Rican Terrorist Among Prisoners Freed by Obama –

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Kenya 2017 – Barack Obama’s birth in Kenya and his 1961 CPGH Kenya birth certificate are well established facts

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Gateway Pundit
by Jim Hoft




Internet entrepreneur and hacker, Kim DotCom, admitted on Saturday that he was part of an operation along with Seth Rich to get stolen DNC emails to Wikileaks.



He is willing to come to the US and give testimony if it is required.


I know this because in late 2014 a person contacted me about helping me to start a branch of the Internet Party in the United States. He called himself Panda. I now know that Panda was Seth Rich.

Panda advised me that he was working on voter analytics tools and other technologies that the Internet Party may find helpful.

I communicated with Panda on a number of topics including corruption and the influence of corporate money in politics.

“He wanted to change that from the inside.”
I was referring to what I knew when I did an interview with Bloomberg in New Zealand in May 2015. In that interview I hinted that Julian Assange and Wikileaks would release information about Hillary Clinton in the upcoming election.

The Rich family has reached out to me to ask that I be sensitive to their loss in my public comments. That request is entirely reasonable.

I have consulted with my lawyers. I accept that my full statement should be provided to the authorities and I am prepared to do that so that there can be a full investigation. My lawyers will speak with the authorities regarding the proper process.

If my evidence is required to be given in the United States I would be prepared to do so if appropriate arrangements are made. I would need a guarantee from Special Counsel Mueller, on behalf of the United States, of safe passage from New Zealand to the United States and back. In the coming days we will be communicating with the appropriate authorities to make the necessary arrangements. In the meantime, I will make no further comment.



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AWAN BROTHERS SCANDAL– Sources: Democratic Aide Suspected Of Major Security Breach Under Government Protection In Pakistan

Image credit: Video, “Day 154 – Hillary’s Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 2” by George Webb —


Sources: Democratic Aide Suspected Of Major Security Breach Under Government Protection In Pakistan

The Daily Caller
by Luke Rosiak, Investigative Reporter


A criminal suspect in an investigation into a major security breach on the House of Representatives computer network has abruptly left the country and gone to Pakistan, where her family has significant assets and VIP-level protection, a relative and others told The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group.

Hina Alvi, her husband Imran Awan, and his brothers Abid and Jamal were highly paid shared IT administrators working for multiple House Democrats until their access to congressional IT systems was terminated Feb. 2 as a result of the investigation. Capitol Police confirmed the investigation is ongoing, but no arrests have been reported in the case.

The Awans are “accused of stealing equipment from members’ offices without their knowledge and committing serious, potentially illegal, violations on the House IT network,” according to Politico. Many of the Democrats who employed the Awans are members of the House Committee on Homeland Security, the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. (A list of potentially compromised members is listed below.)

Their positions gave them access to members’ emails and confidential files. In addition, Imran was given the password for an iPad used by then-Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Florida Democrat. The five came to the U.S. from Pakistan.


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Trump: The Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning?

Image credit: The February 27, 2017 cover of TIME


Trump: The Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning?

American Thinker
by Christopher Chantrill


A week is a long time in politics. That’s what British politician Harold Wilson probably said.

But there is no doubt about the length of last week of Donald Trump’s presidency. And all about what? Siccing the IRS on the ACLU? Lying about an embarrassing treaty with the Russians? Oh no. Just mean girl talk about “so you know he, like, talked to the Russians, OMG?” Yes, we have finally come full circle on McCarthyism, with liberals running around shouting that “in my hand I have the names of 13 people in the Trump campaign that colluded with Russian agents to steal the election!”

I think — I hope — that this hysterical panic about nothing is a gift to the Trump White House. If President Trump and his people are worth anything they are learning fast and even now, as Donald Trump and Co. are Air-Force-One-ing around the Middle East they learning their lessons and are planning how to defeat the media swamp and the Deep State bureaucracy.

Ah yes, bureaucracy. There is a great piece this week by Theodore Dalrymple about his experience working in a British government bureaucracy. He leads into it by talking about a Russian that just could not make it in the Soviet bureaucracy.

The kind of person who succeeded in the Soviet Union was the kind of person I met who succeeded in the British bureaucracies with which I had to deal in my work. They were either without ability, in which case they resembled the talentless hacks whom Dovlatov met in the Soviet literary world: “They made up for the absence of talent by perfect loyalty to power.” Or, if they had ability and intelligence, they suppressed its exercise for the sake of a quiet and comfortable life.


I think — I hope — that all the Susan Rice unmaskings and the anonymous leaks are the work of mediocre bureaucrats that are eager to bring the president down, but not willing to risk their salaries and pensions in that fight.

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A Special Prosecutor for Criminal Leaks


A Special Prosecutor for Criminal Leaks

Patrick J. Buchanan — Official Website
by Patrick J. Buchanan

Who is the real threat to the national security?

Is it President Trump who shared with Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov the intelligence that ISIS was developing laptop bombs to put aboard airliners?

Or is it The Washington Post that ferreted out and published this code-word intelligence, and splashed the details on its front page, alerting the world, and ISIS, to what we knew.

President Trump has the authority to declassify security secrets. And in sharing that intel with the Russians, who have had airliners taken down by bombs, he was trying to restore a relationship.

On fighting Islamist terror, we and the Russians agree.

Five years ago, Russia alerted us that Tamerlan Tsarnaev had become a violent radical Islamist. That was a year and a half before Tsarnaev carried out the Boston Marathon bombing.

But upon what authority did The Washington Post reveal code-word intelligence secrets? Where in the Constitution or U.S. law did the Post get the right to reveal state secrets every U.S. citizen is duty bound to protect?

The source of this top secret laptop-bomb leak that the Post published had to be someone in the intel community who was violating an oath that he had sworn to protect U.S. secrets, and committing a felony by leaking that secret.

Those who leaked this to hurt Trump, and those who published this in the belief it would hurt Trump, sees themselves as the “Resistance” — like the French Resistance to Vichy in World War II.

And they seemingly see themselves as above the laws that bind the rest of us.

“Can Donald Trump Be Trusted With State Secrets?” asked the headline on the editorial in The New York Times.

One wonders: Are these people oblivious to their own past?

In 1971, The New York Times published a hoard of secret documents from the Kennedy-Johnson years on Vietnam. Editors spent months arranging them to convince the public it had been lied into a war that the Times itself had supported, but had turned against.

Purpose of publication: Damage and discredit the war effort, now that Richard Nixon was commander in chief. This was tantamount to treason in wartime.

When Nixon went to the Supreme Court to halt publication of the Pentagon Papers until we could review them to ensure that sources and methods were not being compromised, the White House was castigated for failing to understand the First Amendment.

And for colluding with the thieves that stole them, and for publishing the secret documents, the Times won a Pulitzer.

Forty years ago, the Post also won a Pulitzer — for Watergate.

The indispensable source of its stories was FBI Deputy Director Mark Felt, who repeatedly violated his oath and broke the law by leaking the contents of confidential FBI interviews and grand jury testimony.

Felt, “Deep Throat,” was a serial felon. He could have spent 10 years in a federal penitentiary had his identity been revealed. But to protect him from being prosecuted and sent to prison, and to protect themselves from the public knowing their scoops were handed to them by a corrupt FBI agent, the Post kept Felt’s identity secret for 30 years. Yet, their motto is “Democracy Dies in Darkness.”

Which brings us to the point.

The adversary press asserts in its actions a right to collude with and shelter disloyal and dishonorable officials who violate our laws by leaking secrets that they are sworn to protect.

Why do these officials become criminals, and why do the mainstream media protect them?

Because this seedy bargain is the best way to advance their common interests.

The media get the stolen goods to damage Trump. Anti-Trump officials get their egos massaged, their agendas advanced and their identities protected.

This is the corrupt bargain the Beltway press has on offer.

For the media, bringing down Trump is also good for business. TV ratings of anti-Trump media are soaring. The “failing New York Times” has seen a surge in circulation. The Pulitzers are beckoning.

And bringing down a president is exhilarating. As Ben Bradlee reportedly said during the Iran-Contra scandal that was wounding President Reagan, “We haven’t had this much fun since Watergate.”

When Nixon was brought down, North Vietnam launched a spring offensive that overran the South, and led to concentration camps and mass executions of our allies, South Vietnamese boat people perishing by the thousands in the South China Sea, and a holocaust in Cambodia.

When Trump gets home from his trip, he should direct Justice to establish an office inside the FBI to investigate all illegal leaks since his election and all security leaks that are de facto felonies, and name a special prosecutor to head up the investigation.

Then he should order that prosecutor to determine if any Trump associates, picked up by normal security surveillance, were unmasked, and had their names and conversations spread through the intel community, on the orders of Susan Rice and Barack Obama, to seed the bureaucracy to sabotage the Trump presidency before it began.

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Republicans fearing for their safety as anger, threats mount

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Republicans fearing for their safety as anger, threats mount

The Hill
by Cristina Marcos


A growing number of House Republicans are facing physical threats from angry constituents in their districts, leading many to fear for their safety.

In the last few weeks alone, the FBI arrested a man threatening Rep. Martha McSally’s (R-Ariz.) life, a woman pursued Rep. David Kustoff (R-Tenn.) in her car, and Rep. Tom Garrett (R-Va.) heightened security at a town hall event in response to death threats.

Other Republicans still holding town halls say they haven’t felt physically threatened by protesters, but they worry about the depth of anger from some constituents in the polarized environment and what it means for political civility.

Scores of GOP lawmakers have experienced going viral this year with videos of constituents shouting their disagreement on support for President Trump and policies such as the GOP’s healthcare bill. 

Lately, though, Republicans have observed some furious constituents who appear to be going even further.

Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.) described attendees at a town hall in his district last week who booed him down after he said people’s rights are God-given. 

“They booed God. They booed the pastor. They booed the prayer. They booed the name of the church. They booed when I said rights come from God,” Brat recounted to The Hill just off the House floor. “That’s a fundamental tenet of western civilization. I mean, I didn’t think that was partisan.”


The FBI arrested a Tucson, Ariz. man for leaving three threatening messages on McSally’s congressional office voicemail, in which he allegedly said her days “were numbered” and threatened to shoot her. A criminal complaint filed last week in the U.S. District Court in Tucson said the suspect told agents he was upset over McSally’s votes to back up Trump.

McSally represents the same swing district previously represented by then-Rep. Gabby Giffords (D), who was shot in the head in 2011 during a constituent meet-and-greet.

In Tennessee, a woman angry over Kustoff’s vote for the GOP’s healthcare bill this month pursued a car carrying him from an event at a local university. Kustoff and a staffer eventually turned into a driveway and came to a stop. Then the woman approached the car, yelled at Kustoff and struck the car’s windows, according to local reports.

Meanwhile, Garrett spokesman Andrew Griffin said the freshman lawmaker has received at least three death threats over the course of the healthcare debate.  

One constituent called Garrett’s Washington office and said if his healthcare is taken away, he would take Garrett’s life away. Another person sent a message to Garrett’s campaign Facebook page with graphic details describing how they would kill Garrett. 

Griffin said investigating authorities have asked not to publicly reveal any details about the third case yet.

In light of all the threats, Garrett made sure to increase security at his town hall in Moneta, Va. last week. 

A security presence at town halls hasn’t prevented some physical confrontations. A constituent angry over the GOP’s healthcare bill approached Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.), took dollar bills from his wallet and tried to shove them into the lawmaker’s suit pocket, the Bismarck Tribune reported.

Other times, the lawmakers targeted by the most extreme protesters don’t end up getting the brunt of the hostility. 

Jeff Fortenberry (R-Neb.) wasn’t home when his young daughter found a sign on the family’s lawn last week that read: “Traitors put party above country Do the right thing for once, shithead.”

“Attack me, protest against me, but do not frighten my children at their home,” Fortenberry said in an interview with Fox News’s Neil Cavuto.

“If we are going to be a true civil society that actually upholds the values of liberty and free speech, which means respect for differences and trying to work that out through the ballot box if necessary, but also through rational conversation.”


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TODAY in DC — People in a Panic Like Never Before About Seth Rich — John Podesta (pizzagate) Deeply Concerned

WASHINGTON, DC — NOVEMBER 9: Former Clinton White House Chief of Staff, John Podesta, being interviewed for Discovery Channel’s, “The President’s Gatekeepers,” November 9, 2012, in Washington, D.C. (Photo by David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images)



TODAY in DC — People in a Panic Like Never Before About Seth Rich — Podesta Deeply Concerned


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Anon in DC shares the atmosphere of panic in DC over Seth Rich –

Anons, I work in D.C.

I know for certain that the Seth Rich case has scared the shit out of certain high ranking current and former Democratic Party officials.

This is the reason why they have backed away from impeachment talk. They know the smoking gun is out there, and they’re terrified you will find it, because when you do it will bring down the entire DNC, along with a couple of very big name politicians.

It appears that certain DNC thugs were not thorough enough when it came time to cover their tracks. Podesta saying he wanted to “make an example of the leaker” is a huge smoking gun.

The behavior is near open panic. To even mention this name in D.C. circles will bring you under automatic scrutiny. To even admit that you have knowledge of this story puts you in immediate danger.

If there was no smoke there would be no fire. I have never, in my 20 years of working in D.C. seen such a panicked reaction from anyone.

I have strong reason to believe that the smoking gun in this case is out of the hands of the conspirators, and will be discovered by anons. I know for certain that Podesta is deeply concerned. He’s been receiving anonymous calls and emails from people saying they know the truth. Same with Hillary.

Edit : KimDotCom tweeted that he’s going to release a statement tomorrow (Tuesday). Maybe it’s Tzusday ?

“I’m meeting my legal team on Monday. I will issue a statement about #SethRich on Tuesday. Please be patient. This needs to be done properly.”

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