I will bet you everything I own that President Trump has rock hard evidence of the Obama wire tapping.
Trump likes to deploy a type of “Columbo” personality. If you don’t know what that means, you need to watch more TV movies from the 80s! Columbo was a detective always 3 steps ahead of the people he was chasing, but his demeanor was unassuming and people let down their guard. By the time they realized how smart he was, they were heading off to jail.
Trump is the same. He has a big personality and sometimes comes off as though he is just firing from the hip, but let me tell you he is VERY smart and always does his homework. Big time.
There is no way he would make these wiretapping allegations without cold hard evidence against Obama. So you know he has the goods.
And now details are starting to emerge.
Here is one tweet suggesting a very likely possibility. The NSA can turn on anyones computer or phone or Alexa mic any time they want and listen in. That is not even really up for debate at this point. So that probably happened.
But even more than that, it looks like this might have been what happened (highly irregular, and as even Lindsey Graham says, very disturbing):
There's a VERY good chance Obama used a FISA warrant improperly as a weapon against his Party's political rival. -VJhttps://t.co/KSPovDW4lM
— RealVinnieJames (@RealVinnieJames) March 4, 2017
Here is more on possible evidence that may be disclosed in the days to come, stay tuned folks! This is from PJ Media:
Pollak reported about radio host Mark Levin’s Thursday show, which outlined the “known steps taken by President Barack Obama’s administration in its last months to undermine Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and, later, his new administration.” Two of the events in the outline (bullet points 1 and 4) discussed Obama administration requests to use the Foreign Intelligence Service Act (FISA) to monitor the communications of individuals close to Trump.
According to an article in HeatStreet published on the eve of the election, the first FISA request was denied in June, but another request was granted in October, “after evidence was presented of [the private server in Trump Tower], possibly related to the Trump campaign, and its alleged links to two banks; SVB Bank and Russia’s Alfa Bank.” This report did not specify that phones in Trump Tower had been tapped — only that the server was in Trump Tower.
HeatStreet cited two unnamed sources in the intelligence community, and explained that these sources had knowledge unavailable to the sources behind a recent New York Times report, due to “compartmentalization.”
Andrew McCarthy, writing in National Review, explained that, in contrast to FBI wiretaps, FISA taps are easier to obtain and do not require probable cause linked to a specific crime. “Agents do not ordinarily draw FISA requests around possible crimes,” McCarthy explained. “Possible crimes prompt applications for regular criminal wiretaps because the objective is to prosecute any such crimes in court. (It is rare and controversial to use FISA wiretaps in criminal prosecutions.)”
McCarthy worried that this case might be an example of “the government pretexually using its national-security authority to continue a criminal investigation after determining it lacked evidence of crimes.”
If the HeatStreet article and McCarthy’s suspicions are correct, this is indeed an overstep of the Obama administration, and the timing is particularly concerning — to have a Democrat administration launch an investigation into the Republican presidential candidate in October of an election year, on less-than-criminal grounds, is a major scandal.
Then again, the HeatStreet report has not been fully confirmed. What was confirmed — by The New York Times on the day before Trump’s inauguration, no less — is that communications of Trump’s staff were intercepted by the intelligence community. Three Trump campaign advisers were particularly under scrutiny: former campaign manager Paul Manafort, former policy adviser Carter Page, and Roger Stone.
Dick Morris explains more here:
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