French President Emmanuel Macron uses administrative resources to remove his main political opponent.
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I think the fact that the mainstream media continues to focus on Russia is partly evidence that the opposition here is really coming from the Deep State, from Democratic operatives and a few people from the Republican Party - they all are dedicated to achieving one end, which is to bring down the Trump Administration. They want to stage a color revolution and overturn the results of the elections. Therefore, they keep on beating the drum: “It’s the Russians, the Russians hacked the CIA.” They don’t have anything else! So, I think, they will use any excuse to keep coming back to that. We are hearing just a lot of speculation.
It seems that the walls have ears in the White House. Even classified information regarding national security is disclosed to the public in short time. This raises doubts among the US’ partners. Who wants to do business with a country with no secrets? This scares the US administration for the same reasons. Its great goals - first and foremost establishing better relations with Russia and making America great again – become unachievable. The country is under the shadow of those forces who do not want these plans to reach fruition. Stolen secrets are thus rapidly disseminated by Trump-unfriendly mainstream media, which are the main tool used by the globalists seeking world domination