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One MAJOR Detail About NSA Leaker Exposed, It Will Leave You Scratching Your Head [PHOTO]

The National Security Agency contractor charged with leaking a classified document has been fiercely opposed to President Donald Trump, according to some of the comments she made on social media.

Reality Leigh Winner, 25, was charged Monday with removing classified material from a government facility and mailing it to a news outlet. The document, which she sent to The Intercept, claimed Russian government hackers attempted to hack more than 100 local election officials before the November election.

One social media post from earlier this year shows Winner’s frustration with Trump’s position to allow the Dakota Access Pipeline project to move forward.

“I’m losing my mind. If you voted for this piece of s–t, explain this. He’s lying. He’s blatantly lying and the second largest supply of freshwater in the country is now at risk,” she posted on Facebook earlier this year.

She used the hashtag “NeverMyPresident” and “Resist” in a Facebook post about the project.

Other posts indicate her support for avowed socialist Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, the Women’s March and the Islamic Society of North America.

She also posted on Feb. 14 a comment about a meeting she had with Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., in which they discussed “my concerns regarding climate change and what the state of Georgia is doing to reduce dependency on fossil fuels.”

“Meanwhile, my plea that our senators not be afraid to directly state when our president or his cabinet tell outright lies was well heard. I was able to draw the parallel between the 2011 interview of (Syrian) President Bashar al-Assad claiming utter ignorance of the human rights violations his citizens were protesting to Trump’s statement last week that the White House hadn’t received any calls about the (Dakota Access Pipeline), nor were there any protests before last week. They got the message,” she wrote.

Winner’s court-appointed attorney, Titus Nichols, said his client has “just been caught in the middle of something bigger than her.”

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