The spooky, Washington “Deep State” doesn’t exist, according to the liberals. Why, then, did one of their operatives literally just admit to being a part of it?
A shadowy war of information is occurring in 2018, with Washington DC as its nexus. The news that emanates from the halls of power on the Beltway is oozing from two divergent ends, and, where it meets in the middle, it turns immovable and into a nuisance like accidentally dried concrete or spackling paste. On the left, we have the over “resistance” who believe, inexcusably, that the only way in which to preserve the American way of life is by deposing a President who has been legally elected, and who is making great strides for our nation.
Those who’ve joined this petulant and petty posse of Trump-Opposition politicos from within the halls of the Capitol are toeing the line between “resistance” and “Deep State”, with the latter being a reserved term for those who have been successful in their chicanery.
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One such denizen of the DC swamp’s deep end is Stuart Karaffa, of the State Department, who was recently caught on hidden camera by Project Veritas speaking on a number of subjects relating to his work in the leftist trenches on Capitol Hill.
James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has released their first dose of undercover footage allegedly revealing the shadowy actors of the “deep state.” In Tuesday’s footage, an employee of the State Department and a member of the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) admits to working on DSA work while on the clock and makes it clear that his goal is to “resist everything” at “every level.”
State Department employee Stuart Karaffa tells undercover Project Veritas reporters that he drafts communication for his DSA activism on the taxpayers’ dime, though he’s careful not to leave a “paper trail.”
“I’m careful about it,” he says in the footage. “I don’t leave a paper trail, like I leave emails, and like any press s*** that comes up I leave that until after 5:30. But as soon as 5:31 hits, got my, like, draft messages ready to send out.”
Amazingly, it gets worse…
“I have nothing to lose. It’s impossible to fire federal employees,” he says, adding that “nobody knows” about his on-the-job DSA activism.
Karaffa also notes that government disclosure forms are merely “rubber stamped.”
“I don’t know if [the ethics officer is] all there. He’s so checked out,” he says.
Karaffa also seemingly advocates for the so-called “resistance” movement. “Resist everything,” he says. “Every level. F*** s*** up.”
Project Veritas has hinted that they are not yet done exposing the Deep State “resistance” with such evidence.