After taking down Trump's new National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, the Deep State and their globalist cronies must be thinking they have President in a tight corner. But the reverse could be true. 

Trump's combative stance is increasingly raising questions about the way the system works. Also, the President is more fired up than ever to drain the swamp and cut back the jungle of intertwined interests and corruption that ties so many of elements of the ruling elite together. This is creating an almost revolutionary situation. 

Trump is attracting support from other principled politicians, including "old school" Democrats like Dennis Kucinich a former U.S. Representative from Ohio, serving from 1997 to 2013, and candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States in 2004 and 2008. 

Kucinich has been behind moves to audit the Fed, but he has also criticized the "coup" against Flynn, pointing to collusion between intelligence agencies, tech companies, and the media, and pointing the finger at Jeff Bezos the CEO of Amazon, a company that has a globalist leftist agenda. 
"When you look at the way the Flynn episode unfolded it’s very clear that his communications were taped, they were transcribed, they were given to the media with specific timing involved,” Kucinich said on the Boston Herald Radio’s Adriana Cohen Show. “This was clearly a trap that was set for him."
Kucinich pointed out that the Washington Post, the paper that broke the story on Flynn, is owned by Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, which has a multimillion-dollar cloud computing contract with the CIA.
"I have a problem with The Washington Post having as a business partner the Central Intelligence Agency,” Kucinich said. “I’m not charging collusion by any means — but I’m saying this presents some questions that may relate to ethics and also national security... We want to know who is really running the United States of America and we sure don’t want it to be a cadre of intelligence officials who are trying to use headlines and innuendo to upend a new administration." 
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