6 Little Known Dangers of the Deep State You Need to Know About

Craig Huey Deep State 4 Comments

The media wants you to think that the Deep State is a myth.

They want you to think that it’s a fiction.

What is the Deep State and why is it dangerous to our freedom and future? Here is what you should know:

  1. Most government employees were employed before Trump took office—and can’t be fired.

When Trump was elected, he only had the power and authority to elect 4,000 new government employees—out of over 21 million people who work for the government, in the executive branch, military, and permanent federal work force.

That leaves millions of “unfireable” career bureaucrats, most of them ideologically opposed to the Trump administration. Some passionately so.

  1. The Deep State has a mission.

It is a decentralized network of government employees and bureaucrats that is effectively working to:

  • Undermine the authority of the President
  • Stop progress and change
  • Hinder the individual liberties of Americans

The Deep State continues to rely on the executive branch and bureaucracy in the shadows to advance their dangerous agenda…

  1. The Deep State is at war.

Holdovers from the Obama administration are:

  • Violating the rights and privacy of citizens and government officials
  • Weaponizing non-political government agencies
  • Sabotaging the efforts of anyone who wants change
  • Maintain their inefficient and dysfunctional bureaucratic ways
  1. The Intelligence agencies are being weaponized.

There are brave men and women in security agencies who are protecting us. But unfortunately, the nature of government is to expand and abuse power, and many officials in intelligence agencies are abusing their authority in the name of collecting information.

Intelligence agencies like the CIA and the FBI have been weaponized by the Deep State, spying on U.S. citizens, journalists, members of Congress, and countless people in the Trump administration.

It’s terrifying to watch the Deep State “unmask” U.S. citizens and government officials who may oppose their agenda. Normally, the identity of anyone who is incidentally observed during a line of communication remains hidden. But with unmasking, that private and vital information is exposed.

Obama and Samantha Power, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, are key people involved in unmasking. In fact, Power was unmasking more than one person every day in 2016—in the efforts to oppose and take down the impending Trump administration.

It’s first time in U.S. history that an incumbent president has used his power against an opposing political authority. But the agenda of the Deep State doesn’t stop there…

  1. Non-political government agencies- politicized and weaponized

One of the main tactics of the Deep State to advance its agenda is to politicize government agencies.

In 2012, the IRS informed Franklin Graham, the son of Evangelist Billy Graham, that they would be reviewing tax records for two of his organizations. The reviews came soon after one of the organizations ran an ad in a newspaper supporting the amendment of same-sex marriage laws in North Carolina.

The IRS has been forced to formally apologize, and even pay out millions to a Tea Party group that it targeted.

But it doesn’t seem like a coincidence that this non-political agency has targeted conservative and Christian groups.

Or take the Environmental Protection Agency, where Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, appointed by Trump, has announced major budget cuts to this agency. The EPA has become out of control and completely ideologically driven—Zinke is there to put some sanity back into it.

But one-third of the department fights everything he does.

Members of the Deep State have one objective: to control, manipulate, and make sure that their system of power stays in place.

  1. The Deep State in the Bureaucracy- wasting time and resources

One of the greatest things about America is that individuals respond to crisis. They help out, they get involved, they get in the dirt.

When Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, churches immediately responded with incredible compassion. They sent tens of thousands of people (including my wife Shelly) to the site of destruction to clear out the mess, rebuild, and offer aid to people affected by the hurricane.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) came later. They gave money to organizations, businesses, and homeowners, but they refused to give financial aid to the churches—even though the Church was the entity that was helping the most.

Their explanation? You can’t help people who are professing Christians.

In a stunning display of inefficiency and ignorance, the bureaucracy refused to funnel resources where they would be used the most effectively to help the American people after a tragic devastation.

But the Deep State cares more about instilling its own authority and influence than about compassionately caring for the American people.

The Deep State poses a great danger to U.S. citizens. But it cannot be taken dismantled easily—this decentralized network of government employees cannot be fired.

You can take a stand, however. Let’s start unraveling the Deep State power.

Sign this petition to help stop spying on the American people by CLICKING HERE.

What do you think? Write me at craig@craighuey.com

Comments 4

  1. The progressive program professes the Marxist doctrine
    of any means to their ends. They will do anything to bring
    Godless socialism to this country but they have to take
    the guns away first.
    Ferd. Kuhn

  2. I heard that even though they can’t be fired, they could be moved to an area where they wouldn’t want to go and would possibly quit. True?

  3. Trump and his people should have been prepared to deal with this from the beginning. They were not prepared. The Attorney General he appointed, Jeff Sessions, is a prime example. Sessions seems to have dealt poorly with the Justice Department’s Deep State problem, and his failure is haunting Trump and his administration now.

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