(Article by Susan Duclos republished from AllNewsPipeline.com)
In real life, while the media calls Donald Trump supporters "conspiracy theorists, "many of those theories have proven correct.
Such as the Russian collusion hoax, where the media and Democrats claimed Trump was coordinating with Russia during the 2016 election, and after four years it turned out that was the Hillary Clinton campaign. Also, when Trump and his supporters knew the Obama regime used federal spy agencies to surveil Trump and his campaign before the 2016 election, the media claimed that was another "conspiracy theory," yet that turned out to be true.
The point here is that conservatives were "red pilled" with the truth, while those denying the facts were the ones taking the blue pill and remained willfully ignorant.
Jump forward to today and the "conspiracy theory" of Trump supporters being targeted by the Biden regime, has been confirmed as truth in multiple ways.
The first was when it was reported that the Biden FBI created a new category of "extremists"
The federal government believes that the threat of violence and major civil disturbances around the 2024 U.S. presidential election is so great that it has quietly created a new category of extremists that it seeks to track and counter: Donald Trump's army of MAGA followers.
MAGA, means "Make America Great Again," and evidently those that wish to do so, are now considered domestic terrorism threats in the eyes of the FBI under Biden.
But that is the older news, and while bad, it isn't nearly as egregious as what the nation just found out about the DOJ red listing Americans.
AMERICA, THE POLICE STATE
In maybe the only thing the MSM is good for, a group of media organizations sued the Justice Department for the release of a warrant by the DOJ's Special Counsel Jack Smith, to Twitter about Donald Trump's account, and won.
While 8 of the 14 pages were fully redacted, the information that was revealed in the remaining pages is so outrageous that it is disturbing to think of what they hid with the redactions. (The heavily redacted warrant is embedded below for readers to go through for themselves.)
Before detailing the demands for information by Smith, it is noteworthy that Twitter, before the name changed to X, initially did not comply with the request and was fined $350,000.
About Trump they demanded everything, his drafts that weren't actually posted, his direct messages which are supposed to be private, the IP addresses of any device that logged into his account, his notifications, privacy and account settings, and any changes made to them, and all his tweets.
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