Even liberal former Rep. Dennis Kucinich has to admit the existence of the so-called “deep state,” which is placing the government “under attack from within.”
Clip via Fox News Channel
The Ohio Democrat originally made that assessment in February, when conversations that then-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak were leaked to the press.
Kucinich reiterated that belief Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity.”
“Well, you have a politicization of the agencies. That is resulting in leaks from anonymous unknown people and the intention is to take down a president,” he told Fox News host Sean Hannity.
“This is very dangerous to America. It is a threat to our republic. It constitutes a clear and present danger to our way of life,” he continued.
“We have to be asking: What is the motive of these people? Who’s putting these leaks out? Why isn’t somebody coming forward to make that charge and put their name and their reputation behind it instead of attacking through the media and not substantiating their position?” he asked.
Kucinich told Hannity that it was time to set party politics, because “our first allegiance is to our country.”
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