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How the DOJ Attempted to OUST President Trump

According to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, high ranking officials within the DOJ – including Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein – held meetings on how they could oust Donald Trump from the White House via the 25th Amendment. Now that this information has been brought to light, Sen. Lindsey Graham has vowed that Congress will investigate this attempted coup by the DOJ.

While the 25th Amendment does allow for the removal of a sitting president, it is only applicable if the president is severely mentally unfit to serve. As much as those on the left would love to believe otherwise, there is zero evidence that President Trump isn’t sound of mind, and any attempt to remove him from office under the guise of the 25th Amendment would amount to nothing more than a highly illegal and undemocratic coup.

When you try to drain the swamp, though, the swamp fights back, and many officials within the intelligence community and DOJ that Trump must work alongside would love nothing more than to see him removed from office. As the evidence continues to show, these officials are not sitting on their hands.

To learn more about the DOJ’s alleged attempt to oust President Trump, be sure to check out the video below.

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