James O’Keefe announced that he has videos of Deep State players admitting that they are undercutting the Trump administration, at the Phyllis Schlafly Eagles’ 47th annual Eagle Council. On top of that, he hinted that he would be exposing the writer of the NYT editorial. There are some Deep Staters, who will soon be out of a job as soon as these videos are made public. They could even lose their freedom, as undermining as legally elected government is illegal, and someone could be charged with as much as treason. I love the smell of firing squads in the morning. Someone could decide talking about who is part of the Deep State could be more attractive than a long prison sentence.
“I’m going to tease [and] announce what we’re releasing next week,” O’Keefe said as he began introducing his newest effort, Deep State Unmasked. “The subject of our investigation — for launch next week — the deep state … unmasking the deep state.”
“To some, this deep state is an anonymous, faceless resistance. To others, it is a vast unaccountable government bureaucracy or some would it an extra-legal state within a state,” O’Keefe continued.
“Some call it a conspiracy theory. But that conspiracy theory recently took out an op-ed advertisement in the New York Times,” O’Keefe said, in reference to the anonymous op-ed, which has drawn criticism both from the right and from some on the left, like Intercept founder Glenn Greenwald, who wrote that the author was “boasting of membership in an unelected cabal.”
O’Keefe echoed the same “unelected cabal” language in his own characterization of the deep state. “At the most fundamental level, Americans make their voices heard through elections, and these people are circumventing that,” he told the audience, adding, “A lot of them brag about how they can’t get fired.”
Incoming sobs and wails from the Deep Staters who believed they can’t be fired. There are about to get a dose of reality, when they discover, they are not the hero of the people. The people elected president Trump, not them.