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Seven allies are coming forward with new information proving beyond the shadow of a doubt that there was a secret Trump – Russia alliance.

The Guardian first reported the story, stating that European allies discovered secret correspondence by Donald Trump’s election campaign team and Russian Federation Agents as far back as 2015.

Some US officials are now saying that they have “specific concrete and corroborative evidence of collusion.”

In addition to British spy agency GCHQ, more evidence has come forth from intelligence agencies located from Germany, Estonia, Poland, Australia, the Netherlands, and France.

In case you’re wondering, “Wouldn’t such surveillance be illegal?” No, because Trump was not “wiretapped.”  Rather, Russian agents were placed under surveillance who were already being monitored for counterintelligence operations.

Former GCHQ chief Sir Richard Dearlove further stated that Trump has no idea how the NSA-GCHQ relationship works and it was obviously not a spy effort designed to spy on his campaign.

He simply brought it on himself by conspiring with Russian spies under surveillance!

It gets worse—it turns out the CIA, FBI and other agencies were not paying attention to intelligence coming from European allies.  They were given the warning about Trump and Russia in collusion in advance, but didn’t take it seriously.

That’s intelligence from seven foreign nations in Europe that have produced evidence, not conspiracy.

Conspiring with foreign leaders, as a presidential candidate, in order to win an election would be treasonous.  It’s putting bipartisan politics over the honor and fairness of the country and the American people.  Democrats and Republicans should be united on this, if nothing else.  We cannot allow American interests to be compromised, especially if it’s at our expense, and to the president’s financial advantage.

Now people are beginning to understand why Trump and his entire cabinet (many of which have Russian conspiracy investigations ongoing) are invalidly serving in those position, and why we’re waiting for justice to be served.

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