BREAKING: Obama’s Paid Spies KICKED OUT Of Trump’s CPAC Speech After Security Catches What They Slipped Into Convention

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been learning about Obama’s anti-Trump group called Organizing For Action (OFA) where tens of thousands of his violent little minions are becoming trained in Saul Alinsky tactics. One of their main plans is to infiltrate conservative events, and wreak as much havoc as humanly possible. So knowing CPAC is taking place this week, Obama and his team of spies wasted no time infiltrating the event, and planned something vile to troll not only President Trump, but all of his supporters that had gathered.

Part of the liberal media’s ridiculous ongoing propaganda is that President Trump is in bed with the Russians, whose top-level foreign officials “hacked” the election. So Obama’s agitators jumped at the opportunity to push this rhetoric even further on Friday, as they entered the CPAC convention hall and began handing out Russian flags with the name “Trump” printed over them.

Obama’s paid spy hands out Russian flags to make CPAC audience look like they support Russia

Immediately after the incident, the liberal media began foaming at the mouth over the elaborate setup, as “PROOF” that Trump and his followers love Russia! Check out the ridiculous headlines that began to circulate, with the New York post leading the charge of fake news:

The paid infiltrator was immediately booted out of the convention, but by that point, the damage was already done.

We need this to spread like wildfire! Help share this story and expose the TRUTH! The liberal media is going to continue to push the massive propaganda that Trump and his supporters support Russia, and that couldn’t be further from the truth! Let’s prove to them that their tactics to ruin and undermine our president are not going to work!

H/T [Gateway Pundit]

 

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