Much before the book of the former US National Security Advisor John Bolton was published, rivers of ink and hours and days of airwaves were devoted to comment some of the leaked chapters in media outlets, radios and TV stations. It is important to put this in context. After the failure of Russiagate and the impeachment process, there is something that we could label as a soft coup against Trump months before the election.
There is an ongoing revolution against Donald Trump by the Deep State, which is controlled by the Democratic National Committee and whose victory in the election in November 2020 would mean an Empire that is in harmony with itself.
Prior to his rally in Tulsa, the situation wasn’t looking good for Trump: Twitter, the Supreme Court, the Army and even the Secret Service were acting against him. More and more officials declared their allegiance to the New World Order by kneeling to it. The mass media made a superhuman effort to torpedo Trump’s Tulsa rally. There wasn’t a single media outlet friendly to Trump: even Fox News followed the agenda set by The New York Times.
This is a conspiracy theory, part of a well-established Russian disinformation narrative about global elites secretly ruling the world, and specifically a so-called ‘Deep State’ in the United States that opposes alleged outsiders like Donald Trump. No proof is provided to support the claims.
The same external links in the original disinformation article, used as examples of the alleged plot against Donald Trump, serve to debunk its own affirmations: Twitter flagged a racist video because it was manipulated; the Supreme Court ruled against two policies promoted by the Trump Administration, upholding the so-called DACA program and granting protection from discrimination for LGBTQ employees, basing its decision on legal grounds; the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff apologised because he had appeared on a photo-op which broke the traditional rules for the army to stay outside politics; and there is no evidence that it was the Secret Service who leaked the information that Trump went to the White House bunker during protests for racial justice in Washington. Fox News reported on negative aspects of Trump’s rally in Tulsa, such as Covid-19 risks or the possibility of unrest, based on informative criteria, not because they were following an alleged “New York Times’ agenda”. None of this can be considered as evidence of a “Deep State revolution” against Trump.
You can see other examples of these disinformation narratives in our database, such as claims that the Deep State is behind the racial protests in the US; that it is pushing Donald Trump towards war with Iran; that any US president will be assassinated if he confronts it; that the Assange case represents Trump’s capitulation to these dark powers; that Covid-19 is a biological weapon created by Bill Gates, George Soros and the Deep State, and its vaccines will lead to Full Spectrum Dominance; and that the whistleblower who triggered the impeachment inquiry was linked to Soros.