Here we go again: Deep state leaks intel about Soleimani strike in hopes of damaging Trump

Here we go again: Deep state leaks intel about Soleimani strike in hopes of damaging Trump
Qasem Soleimani (Image: YouTube screen grab)

“Thank God for the deep state.” So said former Acting CIA Director John McLaughlin last November, praising the “whistleblower” whose complaint set in motion the impeachment push against Donald Trump.

No doubt McLaughlin’s admiration for people like Peter Strzok and James Comey increased over the weekend when a New York Times reporter revealed that two sources — officials who had intelligence briefings after the drone strike that killed terrorist Qasem Suleimani — confirmed that the evidence  supporting the operation was “razor thin.”

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The above tweets are the opening salvos in a multi-part thread that attempts to build the case that, sure, Suleimani was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Americans, including most recently a U.S. contractor, but that plenty of opportunities to take him out had existed before. So “why now?” Callimachi tells us why in the final tweet of the thread.

Of course! To distract from an impeachment fiasco that so far has helped, rather than hindered, his poll numbers. The Democrats’ weak-tea witch hunt has played out so poorly in the court of public opinion that Trump is now beating every Democtatic frontrunner in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin — battleground states all. (RELATED: Ilhan Omar claims Trump’s strike on Soleimani was meant to distract from impeachment trial)

Callimachi’s actions were met with predictable and much-deserved opprobrium:

Nor did the unfeeling tone of her tweets go unnoticed:

(h/t Gateway Pundit)

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