Sunday, March 26, 2017


Evidence shows Trump was right about being surveilled and those who said otherwise are liars.
"Two days after FBI Director James Comey assured us there was no truth to President Trump’s tweet about being wiretapped by Barack Obama, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Trump may have had more than just a small point.
The U.S. intelligence community, says Nunes, during surveillance of legitimate targets, picked up the names of Trump transition officials during surveillance of targets, “unmasked” their identity, and spread their names around, virtually assuring they would be leaked."
I wonder if the majority of people will find this out.
"The real scandal, which the media regard as a diversion from the primary target, Trump, is that a Deep State conspiracy to bring down his presidency seems to have been put in place by Obamaites, and perhaps approved by Obama himself."
The press will never report that.
"On Jan. 12, writes Henninger, the Times “reported that Attorney General Loretta Lynch signed rules that let the National Security Agency disseminate ‘raw signals intelligence information’ to 16 other intelligence agencies.”
Astounding. The Obamaites seeded the U.S. and allied intel communities with IEDs to be detonated on Trump’s arrival. This is the scandal, not Trump telling Vlad to go find Hillary’s 30,000 missing emails.
We need to know who colluded with the Russians, if anyone did. But more critically, we need to unearth the deep state conspiracy to sabotage a presidency."
Good luck with that. It'll take a whistleblower.
"As for the reports of Lynch-White House involvement in this unfolding plot to damage and destroy Trump the real question is: What did Barack Obama know, and when did he know it?" 
You won't see any congressional hearings about that.

The New York Times reported Obama wiretapped Trump bank in January.

Even Teddy Roosevelt warned the US was ruled by a secret, deep state.

Anti-Trump protestors start fights at Trump rally.

I've long advocated splitting California in two.  New Yorkers outside New York City should do the same.

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