Report: Obama plans to sabotage Trump presidency through shadow government

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Sources say Obama is trying to sabotage President Trump. (YouTube)

Former President Barack Obama is reportedly masterminding a massive underground campaign to sabotage President Donald Trump.

Obama is getting heavily involved in efforts to undermine Trump, but in typical leftist fashion, he’ll do it sneakily through behind-the-scenes puppeteering.

Obama has mobilized an army of 30,000 professional agitators who will fight every step of Trump’s presidency through a network of leftist nonprofits led by Organizing for Action, the New York Post reported.

“The 55-year-old Obama is not content to go quietly into the night like other ex-presidents,” the Post noted.

Obama already broke with tradition by criticizing his successor just 10 days after leaving office, so this violation of presidential protocol isn’t surprising.

Sources said Obama will effectively command a “shadow government” to preserve his failed legacy by sabotaging and obstructing Trump’s every move.

Organizing for Action (OFA), which is run by former Obama aides and campaign staffers, has already garnered $40 million in donations and opened 250 offices around the country.

Sources said Obama commanded the recent widespread anti-Trump riots across U.S. cities. These same anarchists blocked airports to protest Trump’s temporary travel ban. Obama even tweets from OFA’s official account, insiders said.

Obama’s master plan is to install his own puppet regime in the Democratic Party by inserting his former aide Tom Perez as head of the Democratic National Committee.

“You’re going to see me early next year, and we’re going to be in a position where we can start cooking up all kinds of great stuff,” Obama promised after Trump was elected. “I’m still fired up and ready to go.”

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. She is a financial editor and lawyer based in New York City.
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