Digging into the Deep State

Empower Wisconsin | June 17, 2020

The corruption of the Deep State in the waning days of the Obama administration hasn’t gone away amid pandemic and racial unrest in America. It’s very much waiting to be fully uncovered — even if the mainstream media all but ignores some very troubling revelations. 

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Oshkosh) and his Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee continue to investigate the leaks and the lies in the intelligence community that led to some of the worst abuses of civil liberties in U.S. history. 

“Who did all these leaks? What was the purpose? Were they trying to cover something up?” Johnson said during a conversation with Mary Bartiromo on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures. 

One thing’s for sure, Senate Republicans are stepping up their efforts to get answers to the many troubling questions surrounding the phony “Russian collusion” investigation driven by Deep State Trump haters. 

Watch the interview with Johnson here.

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