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The U.S. District Attorney Will Be Pursuing Charges Of TREASON Against Barack Obama

President Donald Trump brought a tiny stroke of light, and now we can finally hope that things are going in the right direction. The President promised to mend the damage in this country, and assured everyone that nobody, absolutely nobody is above the law. If Obama once thought that he can get away with anything, now is the real time for someone to tell him that it’s payback time.

Obama’s presidency wasn’t the most pleasant experience to go through, and he brought this country to the worst level ever. He was friends with many suspicious people, including the failing Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton. Soon after the former president left the Oval Office, he came back with the shadow government scandal. Everyone was talking about his plan to take down President Trump.

The President took oath in office in the best moment possible. He was caught in the mess Obama created, and luckily, he found a way to sort things out. One of the first things he promised to do was reversing the orders Obama signed in his last moments in office. Well, Obama sure knew how to use the last minutes of his presidency, and he really did so many things back then. He even removed Dana Boente from the line for Attorney General.

Obama didn’t offer any explanation for this move, but the President is here to solve the problem.

According to Boente, the Berkeley riots were nothing but domestic terrorism, and he outlined the possibility that Obama organized the “gatherings.” He said he won’t give up, remember? Does this involve his plan to construct a shadow government?

Now it seems like the FBI has enough evidence to implicate the former president for sedition and treason.

Hopefully, it will all end well, and justice will find its way up there.

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