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Quite regularly new revelations appear about the myriad intelligence operations launched on Donald Trump and his campaign.

Quite regularly said charges and accusations are vehemently denied by an array of U.S. Federal agencies and departments along with multiple levels of senior management in those agencies and departments.  Equally as often, evidence appears to demonstrate that multiple levels of the “swamp” truly have been engaged in nefarious activities they are adamantly fighting to keep hidden.

Mentioned below is still another lie exposed clearly demonstrating that Mr. Trump and his campaign were the focus of an intelligence operation, this one involving our supposed strongest ally, Great Britain.  Additionally…prima facie evidence demonstrates the Obama Administration, and specifically Susan Rice, National Security Advisor for Obama, was directly involved.

Apparently, The GCHQ head, Hannigan who signed this document, left the agency 3 days after the Trump inauguration.  If proven authentic, this document reveals he collaborated with Susan Rice to illegally spy on Trump.

Trending: Obama: The Most Corrupt and America-Hating President in U.S. History

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Lyle Rapacki

LYLE J. RAPACKI, Ph.D. is an intelligence, behavioral analysis and threat assessment specialist who has provided intelligence briefings and consultations to selected members of the Arizona State Legislature since June of 2010, on matters associated with Border Security and threats against the sovereignty of the state. He also provides consultations to elected and law enforcement officials across the country.


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