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New York Times Video Protecting the Deep State Inadvertently Validates the Deep State

The New York Times video opinion team took a cross-country trip for a project to humanize the “deep state,” declaring it to be “kind of awesome” in its new report.

FOX News reported on the piece as a video essay that took aim at President Trump’s attacks against the “deep state,” the phrase, attached to employed for unelected bureaucrats who have their own agenda which involves destroying the Constitution and the freedoms of all Americans.

My definition of the Deep State is bad actors within the government who will commit any crime to prevent the country from being run by the people as the Constitution intended.  These spies, administrators, judges, legislatures, law enforcement agents, prosecutors are liberal new world order types who have zero regard for the Constitution, the country, the American people and especially President Donald Trump.

The New York Times published a piece saluting the Deep State.  The Times defined the Deep State actors as any actor who works for the government.  This intentionally erroneous picture of the Deep State is a lie and shows how the Times in intricately connected with the Deep State and even feeds off of it.

Darren Beattie was on the War Room to discuss this video.  He shares that the video uses Taylor Swift throughout to paint these government bureaucrats as average Americans.  But this is poor propaganda on their part, Beattie says. The video shares that these people are very average and not very smart.  Then the piece uses a white elderly man as its example of the Deep State.

Bannon calls it a win as the Times feels compelled to address the Deep State at all.

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