Ex-Obama staffer who urged spying on Trump, made STUNNING prediction

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It’s no secret the radical left absolutely loathes President Trump, and they have spared no expense going after the man in every single opportunity presented to them.

If it’s not blabbing endlessly about his supposed “connections” to Russia, it’s bagging on him for not wanting crazed terrorists to enter the country, or for attempting to actually enforce the immigration laws currently on the books.

One ex-Obama staffer has a particularly strong distaste for Trump, and not only urged him to be spied upon but apparently also predicted he’d be impeached, and tossed out of the White House.

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According to Breitbart:

Speaking at a conference two weeks before the 2016 presidential election, Evelyn Farkas, a former top Obama administration official, predicted that if Donald Trump won the presidency he would “be impeached pretty quickly or somebody else would have to take over government,” Breitbart News has found.

Farkas served as deputy assistant secretary of defense under the Obama administration. She has been in the spotlight since the news media last week highlighted comments she made on television that seemed to acknowledge efforts by members of the Obama administration to collect intelligence on Trump and members of his campaign.

Now it has emerged that at on October 26, 2016, Farkas made remarks as a panelist at the annual Warsaw Security Forum predicting Trump’s removal from office “pretty quickly.”

Asked at the event to address the priorities of a future Hillary Clinton administration, Farkas stated:

It’s not a done deal, as you said. And so, to the Americans in the audience please vote. And not only vote but get everybody to vote. Because I really believe we need a landslide. We need an absolute repudiation of everything. All of the policies that Donald Trump has put out there. I am not afraid to be political. I am not hiding who I am rooting for. And I think it’s very important that we continue to press forward until election day and through election day to make sure that we have the right results.

I do agree however with General Breedlove that even if we have the wrong results from my perspective America is resilient. We have a lot of presidential historians who have put forward very coherent the argument – they have given us examples of all of our horrible presidents in the past and the fact that we have endured. And we do have a strong system of checks and balances. And actually, if Donald Trump were elected I believe he would be impeached pretty quickly or somebody else would have to take over government. And I am not even joking.

Farkas has also been in the news after remarks she made as a contributor on MSNBC on March 2 resurfaced last week. In the comments, she said that she told former Obama administration colleagues to collect intelligence on Trump and campaign officials.

“I was urging my former colleagues and, frankly speaking, the people on the Hill, it was more actually aimed at telling the Hill people, get as much information as you can, get as much intelligence as you can, before President Obama leaves the administration,” stated Farkas.

Unbelievable.

Well, maybe it’s not so unbelievable given the fact that the sort of mentality displayed by Farkas is pretty commonplace among liberals these days.

These folks will literally do anything to push forward their agenda, even if it means crumpling up personal liberties and tossing them aside.

The odds have been stacked against Trump from the very beginning, and it’s clear the road ahead for him is not at all an easy one.

[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]

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