Clandestine group panicked that deep state plot could be unraveling
On Monday, Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) revealed that congressional investigators learned from a new batch of text messages between anti-Trump FBI investigators Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that a “secret society” within the DOJ and the FBI had schemed immediately after Trump’s election win to undermine the president.
That secret society doesn’t just include rogue anti-Trump FBI agents but also federal judges, federal prosecutors, one sitting Attorney General of a large U.S. state and potentially former Attorney General(s) of the United States, according to a new report.
“They communicate with meetings over cocktails, at homes, via encrypted chat rooms, texting on drug-cartel-inspired burner phones, and even via an email list, according to sources. Others have secured phones in the names of relatives to try to stay under the radar.”
The group recently became more paranoid about its communications being monitored after it became clear that the deep state plot to sabotage Trump could unravel following Peter Strzok being exposed last month.
The source of these claims, a Twitter account under the name of Thomas Paine who also runs the intelligence website True Pundit, could be easily dismissed as a crank – if were not for the fact that he exposed the secret society within the FBI a month before it was in the news.
On December 19, 2017 – over a month before it was made public, the Thomas Paine account tweeted, “What is this I hear about a private meeting away from FBI HQ by high-ranking FBI agents trying to get their stories and alibis straight?”
Back on November 8, the Thomas Paine account also referenced a “secret society” and suggested Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson was a member.
Thomas Paine @Thomas1774Paine
SECRET SOCIETY: Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson is meeting behind closed doors with the House Intel committee. WHY NOT PUBLIC HEARINGS? THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS. https://twitter.com/Thomas1774Paine/status/928282179062427648 …
As we reported earlier, the same source claims to have been in contact with a high level FBI official who told him that some of the 50,000 “missing” FBI text messages contain violent threats aimed at President Trump.
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