The Deep State spent two years waging war on Donald Trump.
Rogue agents within the government often colluded with the FBI to try and remove Trump from office.
However, what happened when the FBI met this Deep State leaker turned heads across America.
The FBI’s Colludes With The Deep State
The FBI under former FBI Director James Comey teamed up with the Deep State.
Top officials leaked classified information and fake news to wreck Donald Trump.
That all began to change as Trump cleaned house.
First, he fired James Comey.
Then Attorney General Jeff Sessions axed Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe.
Finally, new FBI Director Christopher Wray fired disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok.
Strzok oversaw the Russia investigation.
He sent text messages claiming it was “an insurance policy” against Trump winning.
Strzok also told former FBI lawyer Lisa Page that they would “stop” Trump.
FBI Arrests A Deep State Leaker
Wray firing Strzok was one of the first signs that things were changing for the better.
Then the FBI dropped a bombshell.
FBI agents arrested senior Treasury Department employee Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards for leaking confidential financial reports about the Mueller probe.
Edwards passed the information to the left-wing news outlet, Buzzfeed.
The FBI alleged Edwards provided Buzzfeed with confidential information on 11 different stories – one as recently as even this week.
In one September 2018 story, Edwards leaked documents that showed Russian businessman Aras Agalarov had made a series of financial transactions which U.S. investigators had deemed as suspicious.
These transactions came in the wake of the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting.
Agalarov’s son, Emin Agalarov, is a Russian pop star represented by Rob Goldstone—who helped set up the Trump Tower meeting.
Algalarov also transferred money to Irakly “Ike” Kaveladze, who went with Goldstone to the meeting.
A lawyer for Algalarov told Buzzfeed that the transactions were all legal.
Goldstone’s representative told the left-wing outlet that it was “ridiculous” to think the transactions were payment for collusion during the Trump Tower meeting.
Buzzfeed was forced to note that prosecutors have not charged anyone with wrongdoing for the transactions.
But no one was charged with any crimes because all the transactions were routine business moves that had nothing to do with international espionage or “collusion” during the campaign.
The Purpose Of The Leaks
Critics believe Edwards fed Buzzfeed information in order to frame Trump for collusion.
She provided information, but it didn’t connect any dots between the Russians and the Trump campaign.
Edwards knew that the left-wing activists at Buzzfeed would run with the information and make all sorts of sinister insinuations.
But none of these leaks proved any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
However, they did serve to create a cloud of suspicion over the Trump administration.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.