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Trump Tweets British Empire Role in Collusion Hoax, as GCHQ Orders ‘Ignore the U.S. President!’

April 24, 2019 (EIRNS)—Less than 24 hours after the triumphal announcement that President Donald Trump had accepted the Queen of England’s invitation to pay a state visit to the U.K., the President torpedoed frantic efforts to portray the infamous U.S.-U.K. “special relationship” as being as good as ever. Trump did so with a single tweet issued early this morning:

“Former CIA analyst Larry Johnson accuses United Kingdom Intelligence of helping Obama Administration Spy on the 2016 Trump Presidential campaign. @OANN. WOW! It’s now just a question of time before the truth comes out, and when it does, it will be a beauty!” He was referring to an interview yesterday Johnson gave to One American News Network on how British intelligence helped the Obama Administration “dodge the Fourth Amendment” by spying on the Trump campaign. At least one individual responded to the President’s tweet: “Ask the Queen about this on your state visit.”

Hysterical headlines appeared almost instantly on both sides of the Atlantic. “Trump Promotes Conspiracy Theory that U.K. Helped Obama Administration Spy on His Presidential Campaign,” moaned the London Independent. “Following State Visit News, Trump Falsely Accuses U.K. of Spying Scheme,” protested the failing MSNBC. Newsweek’s headline wins the prize: “ ‘Utterly Ridiculous’: Donald Trump Tweet Claiming U.K. Intelligence Helped Obama Spy on Campaign ‘Should Be Ignored,’ GCHQ Says.”

GCHQ, or the General Communications Headquarters, is the U.K.’s equivalent of America’s National Security Agency—and its partner in the

“Five Eyes” global surveillance network that includes the U.S., Britain, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. Queried by media for a response to the explosive promise by the President of the United States that “the truth will out,”

GCHQ gave exactly the same arrogant response it gave in March 2017, when then-White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer had raised the U.K. role in illegal spying on the Trump presidential campaign: “The allegations that GCHQ was asked to conduct wire tapping against the then-President Elect are nonsense. They are utterly ridiculous and should be ignored.”

LaRouche PAC took the lead in ignoring that order from the British monarchy’s spy agency back then, and far, far more has come to light on the British Empire role since that time. LaRouche PAC drove the exposure of the British role with its mass-circulated pamphlet, “Robert Mueller, Amoral Legal Assassin,” released in September 2017, and its follow-up, January 2019 dossier, “British Role in the Plot Against the President Is Now Exposed. Will You Act Now To Save the Nation?”

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