This is horrific! “Bad Government Actors” breached Lindell’s inner circle, War Room confirms.

Bannon on the War Room interviews Dave Clements who is a known law professor working with Lindell on the 2020 election. Bannon is trying to sort it out once and for all and discuss the latest news.

According to Clements during the interview, the federal agencies were able to infiltrate Mike Lindell’s “inner circle,” which referred to NSA, CIA, FBI, etc. – the usual.

After months of attempts to break Lindell’s “inner circle,” they finally succeeded in getting “plants” inside.

Clements also added that two of the actual plants were able to get there and now trying to get onto the “hacker room” and leak information. This was done during the three days election symposium.

You can watch and listen to the video below:

Watch it here: Rumble/Video

Ya gotta ask yourself something: If Mike Lindell is such a so-called “kook,” and everything he’s saying is such “hogwash” why is he surrounded by federal agencies and left-wing press?

In other words, why is the left giving this so much “air” if there’s nothing “there/there?”

The same scheme like in the falling of President Trump – they had infiltrated agents, but the corrupt “Republicans” that were actually working for the Dems have done a huge part of the deal in that situation, as well.

Reuters previously reported that:

U.S. President Donald Trump escalated his attacks on the Justice Department, suggesting that the FBI may have planted or recruited an informant in his 2016 presidential campaign.

Trump stopped short of accusing the FBI of spying on his campaign, instead citing unnamed reports that at least one FBI representative was “implanted” for political purposes into his campaign.

“If true – all-time biggest political scandal!” Trump said in a tweet.

“For a long time we’ve been told there was some kind of infiltration,” Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, now one of Trump’s personal attorneys said. “At one time, the president thought it was a wiretap.”

Sources: Wayne Dupree, Reuters

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