Deep State puts CIA and military intelligence agents in Congress as Democrats in 2018. Their runs started right after heroin operations in Afghanistan were blown up by the US, operations which many believe are run by the CIA. The CIA has been involved in international drug operations since its inception in 1947. These two CIA agents are heading up the mission: Elissa Slotkin of MI Mikie Sherill of NJ https://banned.video/watch?id=5f4c0a59838dfb0597db2d00 Of course the two Deep Staters "won" their elections, whose counties relied on corrupt balloting devices that switch votes. Elissa Slotkin: 51%-47%, counties consisting of: - Livingston County (Hart) - Oakland County (Hart) - Ingham County (Dominion, this county is the place of another lawsuit to turn over the election results) Mikie Sherill: 53.3% to 46.7%, counties consisting of: - Essex (Dominion) - Morris (Dominion) - Passaic (Dominion & Canon) - Sussex Counties (ES&S) The CIA puts people on the payroll in the media, why not in Congress too? http://carlbernstein.com/magazine_cia_and_media.php
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