Disinfo: The CIA is organising a colour revolution in the US to oust Donald Trump after the November 2020 elections


Russiagate and Impeachgate were failed coups d’état. The Deep State has decided to oust President Donald Trump by means of a colour revolution because it is aware that should Trump be re-elected he will be able to deal with the treason against him. The US media, as well as numerous websites financed by the CIA and foundations and corporations through which the CIA operates, are instilling the idea in the minds of Americans that Trump will not leave office if he loses, or that he will steal the election with fraud and therefore must be forced out. Trump’s legitimate victory in the elections is not deemed possible.

Should Trump win the election, Antifa and Black Lives Matter will again unleash violent protests in US cities, as they have done recently thanks to support from the Deep State. The CIA will make sure that the violence is well funded . The media and the Democratic Party will explain that the violence is necessary to liberate America from a tyrant.


Conspiracy theory. The article provides no evidence to support its claims.

The article repeats the recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation message claiming that a “colour revolution” in the US is underway, or will be implemented, to oust President Donald Trump. According to this narrative, the “colour revolution” is organised by the Democratic Party, the “Deep State”, and/or “globalist élites” such as George Soros, which are allegedly orchestrating and financing violent protests in US cities.

This message is consistent with the broad pro-Kremlin narrative that portrays any spontaneous disorders and civil uprisings in many countries (including the anti-racist protests in the US) as "colour revolutions" orchestrated by shadowy élites or Western intelligence services.

There is no evidence that the anti-racist protests in the United States were and are directed and funded by shadowy actors - such as the Deep State, the CIA or the Democratic Party - with the goal of removing Trump. The protests against racial injustice and police brutality broke out in the US after the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis on the 25 May 2020. The protests followed several high-profile incidents involving African Americans and the police, invoking debates about racism in the US. There is also no evidence that US intelligence and security agencies are planning to unleash violent protests involving Black Lives Matters and Antifa after the November elections in order to remove Trump should he win the elections in November.

Read previous cases claiming that  the US riots are a Maidan-style plot to oust Trump  and that the US is suffering from a colour revolution it used to support abroad.   


  • Reported in: Issue 213
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 16/09/2020
  • Language/target audience: Italian, English
  • Country: US
  • Keywords: US racial justice protests, Democratic Party (US), Donald Trump, Colour revolutions, Conspiracy theory, CIA


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