Declassification: Trump to Expose “Greatest Political Crime in American History”

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In an announcement that has sent shockwaves throughout the Democratic Party, former members of the Obama administration, and everyone involved in the Trump/Russia hoax that was perpetrated on our country, President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he is authorizing the total declassification of all documents related to the 2016 Russia investigation.

Additionally, Trump is calling for the declassification of all documents relating to the FBI’s probe into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. Trump said the order will provide access to see behind the curtain of “the single greatest CRIME in American History, the Russia Hoax.”

“No redactions!” he wrote.

In a tweet, former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell said that a new report showing that Obama’s CIA Director, John Brennan, had briefed President Obama about Hillary Clinton’s “plan” to tie Trump to Russian intelligence was “proof” that the Obama/Biden administration “directed their administration to use the powers of government to attack” their political opponents.

“The Susan Rice email to herself after the Oval Office meeting was part of the coverup,” Grenell tweeted.

This drew a reasonable retort from former CIA Director (and frequent Trump critic) Michael Hayden, who tweeted, “You’re an a**hole. Really.”

Grenell simply replied: “I see you don’t like to be exposed. And so you resort to name calling. Transparency isn’t political.”

The intelligence that recently came to light is Russia in origin, but there appears to be some degree of confidence in its validity. Last week, DNI John Ratcliffe notified Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) that this intelligence alleges that Hillary Clinton orchestrated “a campaign plan to stir up a scandal against” Trump in 2016 that would draw the media’s attention away from her ongoing email troubles. Ratcliffe warned that American intelligence agencies “do not know the accuracy of this allegation or the extent to which the Russian intelligence analysis may reflect exaggeration or fabrication.”

But then, since we already know that the infamous dossier came to us by way of the Clinton campaign, it’s not much of a stretch, now is it?

Let’s see all the information. Let’s see who is the blame for this hoax.

And then let’s roll out some indictments.