Although just three days left for President Donald Trump’s leaving the White House and letting America be ruled by a authoritarian regime led by Joe Biden for the next four years, the patriotic Trump has started declassifying hundreds of secret documents on ObamaGate, HillaryGate and RussiaGate, which may rattle Democrats and their top leadership, including Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and those behind Russia hoax. According to information, Donald Trump has decided to expose the ugly faces of a large number of politicians and individuals, who had acted against the interest of America for years. In those declassified documents, Americans will see how Hillary Clinton had extorted millions of dollars from foreign government and individuals in exchange for granting them the favor of the US State Department and the Obama administration. It is also learned that Barack Obama, Michelle Obama and Joe Biden [then Vice President] were aware of the wrongdoings of Hillary Clinton.
ObamaGate, HillaryGate and HillaryGate
It is also learned, at the request of Hillary Clinton, President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden had made frantic bids, by using state machinery and the intelligence agencies in stopping Donald Trump from swearing-in as the president in 2016.
As reported in Blitz few days ago, President Donald Trump is finally set to release thousands of classified documents about Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, Barack Obama’s illegal attempts of stopping Trump from taking oath in 2016 and Democratic Party’s Russia hoax.
A trove of documents related to the origins of the “RussiaGate” [also ObamaGate] probe, the US intelligence community’s widely scrutinized investigation of alleged collusion between members of the Trump administration and Russia, will be declassified on Friday, a Senate source with knowledge of the situation told Fox News.
The declassified documents [ObamaGate, HillaryGate, and RussiaGate] will include depositions, transcripts and interviews, the Senate source told Fox News Chief White House Correspondent John Roberts. The release is expected to include hundreds of documents.
Last October, then-Attorney General William Barr appointed U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham as special counsel to continue investigating the origins of the Russia probe. The investigation is focused on the conduct of FBI agents who investigated Trump’s Russia ties in an operation called “Crossfire Hurricane.”
Durham first began his probe shortly after special counsel Robert Mueller completed his year-long investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Trump and prominent allies have long referred to the Russia investigation as a “hoax” meant to undermine his presidency. In October, the president tweeted that he had “fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political CRIME in American History, the Russia Hoax.”
“All Russia Hoax Scandal information was declassified by me long ago,” Trump said at the time. “Unfortunately for our Country, people have acted very slowly, especially since it is perhaps the biggest political crime in the history of our Country.”
Last year, the Senate Intelligence Committee published a five-part report detailing Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. In the final volume, published last August, the committee said some of the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russian agents ahead of the 2016 presidential election were a “grave counterintelligence threat,” but “found no evidence” that Trump or members of his campaign colluded with Russia.
The committee also found that the FBI gave “unjustified credence” to allegations levied in the infamous Steele dossier, an unverified report compiled by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele detailing Trump’s dealings with Russia.
Democratic Party leaders are secretly threatening Donald Trump and asking him to refrain from declassifying secret documents on Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Russian hoax [ObamaGate, HillaryGate and RussiaGate]. They reportedly are also telling Trump, if he shall not refrain from declassifying these documents, he may face “series of criminal charges” in addition to the ongoing impeachment bid.
A desperate Donald Trump has already ignored Democrat’s threats saying, nothing can stop him from declassifying these documents, as American people has right to know the truth.
Democrats again seeking tech giant’s help
Sensing a real disaster for the party, influential leaders of the Democratic Party reportedly are seeking help from the tech giants – particularly Facebook and Twitter to stop circulation of any information centering Donald Trump’s declassifying thousands of documents on ObamaGate, HillaryGate and RussiaGate. It is learned from credible source that the social media giants are already making necessary arrangements for taking “stern” measures against those accounts, which would circulate and publicize anything related to the declassified documents.
America’s China policy exposed
With days to go before its end, the Trump administration has declassified a sensitive document on the U.S. strategic framework for the Indo-Pacific’ from 2018. The 10-page document — which does not come with any surprises — outlines objectives and strategies with regard to China, North Korea, India and other countries in the Indo-Pacific region.
Maintaining “US strategic primacy” in the region and promoting a “liberal economic order” while stopping China from establishing “illiberal spheres of influence” is the US’s first national security challenge as per the document. The other two challenges are ensuring that North Korea does not threaten the US and advancing US economic leadership globally while pushing “fair and reciprocal” trade.
With regard to India, one of the ‘desired end states’ of the US’s strategy is for the US to be India’s preferred partner on security issues and for the two countries to “cooperate to preserve maritime security and counter Chinese influence” in South Asia, Southeast Asia and other regions of “mutual concern”. Several sentences in the document — including in sections on India — have been redacted.
The U.S. aims to help India become a net security provider in the region, solidify a lasting strategic partnership with India “underpinned by a strong Indian military able to effectively collaborate with” the US and its regional partners. These objectives it plans to achieve via enhanced defense cooperation and interoperability; working with India “toward domestic economic reform” and greater leadership roles for India in the East Asia Summit and ASEAN Defense Ministers’ Meeting Plus.