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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Media owes President Trump an apology

On a day when the Wall Street Journal implied that President Trump a drunken liar, House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes confirmed that Barack Obama wiretapped the Trump campaign.

The entire Media-Democratic Party Complex owes President Trump a heartfelt and very public apology.

Of more importance, the Media-Democratic Party Complex needs to finally accept that the American people chose Trump over Clinton without any interference from any foreign government.

It's been nearly six months, buttercup. Accept reality.

On March 3, Andrew McCarthy of National Review reported that the Obama regime wiretapped a server at Trump Tower under a FISA warrant issued in October, after being turned down in June (not July) for a broader FISA warrant to wiretap members of the Trump campaign.

President Trump exploded upon learning the news. CNN spy cameras on the Oval Office captured this but misrepresented (likely unintentional) as Trump lashing out at his inner circle.

The next morning Our Duly Elected President tweeted that "Obama had my "wires tapped" in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!"

The Media-Democratic Party Complex attacked Trump -- ignoring its own reporting. "Wiretapped data used in inquiry of Trump aides" read the Front Page story in the New York Times on Inauguration Day. That leak and its publication were coordinated to undermine Trump's inauguration -- an event that was protested by more than 200 Democratic rioters.

To date, no one in the media has demanded that any Democratic Party official apologize for the rioting.

On March 4, I posted, "Obama wire-tapped Trump Tower":
President Trump attacked Barack Obama on Twitter for wiretapping Trump Tower before the election.
A FISA court gave Obama authority to wiretap the tower in October under the guise of national security.
That is chilling and fascist. Obama abused the power of gathering intelligence on terrorists to instead try to throw the 2016 presidential election.
He would have done this no matter whom Republicans nominated. 'Tis the nature of the person.
We have underestimated just how capable of committing evil Obama is.
The post continued and it is a good read that has held up in the nearly three weeks since posting.

FISA warrants need the attorney general to sign off. Loretta Lynch was Barack Obama's appointee. He is responsible for her actions.

Just as Nixon was responsible for John Mitchell's.

Since then, the media has ignored this Watergate to the Watergate-power story, with the Wall Street Journal losing its mind today. It lifted its paywall to attack him in an editorial:
The latest example is Mr. Trump’s refusal to back off his Saturday morning tweet of three weeks ago that he had “found out that [Barack] Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower just before the victory” on Election Day. He has offered no evidence for his claim, and a parade of intelligence officials, senior Republicans and Democrats have since said they have seen no such evidence.
Yet the President clings to his assertion like a drunk to an empty gin bottle, rolling out his press spokesman to make more dubious claims. Sean Spicer — who doesn’t deserve this treatment — was dispatched last week to repeat an assertion by a Fox News commentator that perhaps the Obama Administration had subcontracted the wiretap to British intelligence.
The only people acting drunk are Bret Stephens and the rest of what is now an unintelligible editorial board comprised (mainly) of SJWs who hate of Trump. This has rendered the publication useless.

Was Trump Tower bugged. YES!

Was this sought by the Obama regime? YES!

Was this authorized by a FISA judge? YES!

Did Trump live there? YES!

House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday that the U.S. intelligence community collected multiple conversations involving members of Donald Trump’s transition team after he won the election last year.
After making his disclosure at the Capitol, Nunes headed to the White House to brief the president on what he had learned. Trump then told reporters gathered for an unrelated event that “I somewhat do” feel vindicated by the latest development. “I very much appreciate the fact that they found what they found.”
Nunes said that intercepts he’s seen appear to be legal and weren’t targeted at Trumps transition team or related to an investigation of Russia’s attempts to influence the U.S. presidential election. But he said he was troubled by the collection -- which he described as part of unrelated foreign surveillance -- and that the intelligence community reported the names of transition team members internally.
“I’m actually alarmed by it,” Nunes, a California Republican, told reporters at the Capitol. “Details with little or no apparent foreign intelligence value were widely disseminated in an intelligence community report,” he said. He said he didn’t know if Trump’s “own communications were intercepted.”
The disclosure may bolster Trump’s effort to back up his disputed claim in Twitter postings that former President Barack Obama tapped his phones, which his spokesman later said shouldn’t be taken literally and referred generally to having his team under surveillance. FBI Director James Comey testified before the House committee this week that “I have no information that supports those tweets.”
This is a scandal worse than Watergate.

Congress needs to investigate.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions needs to prosecute.

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  1. Time for Comey to hit the road.

    1. Graybar Hotel is more like it.

    2. He won't fit the mortar. Gotta catapult?

  2. The WSJ has been dead to me for a long time now.

    This country sure has changed.

    1. WSJ along with FoxNews,are owned by that elitist NeverTrump Murdoch.

  3. Today Murdoch ordered his empire's flagship to launch a Kamikaze attack on Carrier Trump. Will its hurtling self guided missle break in pieces and explode, riddled by the sky filling fire of it's skilled defenders like Don or destroy itself on the easily replaced teak decks of it's mortal enemy, to no lasting effect? The former I hope. Either way the weapon itself will be destroyed, it's admiral defeated.
    In it's response today to the Revelation about Trump being surveiled the WSJ said Trump had still offered no proof that Obama ordered it. This is weak because of the literal/serious dichotomy Trump has created for his statements. The media and the WSJ will hide behind this waffle because they know no paper document ordering such a thing​ could or would ever exist. A phone and a lacky, not a pen is all that is necessary. But that surveillance actually happened, while obvious to many before, is now known to everyone. Banzai!

    1. It was inevitable that Fox News would go down the tubes once they ousted Roger Ailes. Murdoch's two sons are snowflakes.

    2. It was inevitable that Fox News would go down the tubes once they ousted Roger Ailes. Murdoch's two sons are snowflakes.

  4. See my post on my FaceBook page. Hint pigs do fly:-)

    GOP chairman: Surveillance was collected about Trump transition team…/325218-nunes-intelligence-community-co…

    Well now. Holy crap Sherlock. "Incidentally," yeah right and then leaked to everyone in the phone book!

    Never mind that malware mimicking the Russians was found on Trump servers:

    DOJ Finds Malware on Trump Tower Server Designed to Mimic Russia Ties…/doj-finds-malware-on-trump…

    President Trump was right again!

    Connect the dots folks.

    If true, rouge or unethical intel agents within our own government were running a reverse target operation allegedly under the guise of watching the Russians but this was actually to get political opposition research against the Trump campaign.

    Our intel agencies are forbidden by law from running such intel or disinformation operations within the US. This is what the FISA court is supposed to protect. Only under certain protocols those swept up domestically can be "unmasked." It looks like our intel agents pulled the wool over the FISA court to secure a a legal warrant. Once the information was mined from the NSA, someone unmasked the domestic connections and leaked this information to friendly sources.

    RTC is not naive. All intel agencies monitor electronic communications. Specifically one purpose is to monitor traffic that would uncover a mass casualty event in the planning stages.

    This is chilling to the very core of our constitutional republic. A clear violation of the 1st, 4th, 5th, and 14th Amendment under the color of law 18 USC 242 as well as other federal felonies.

    1. Do you think Soetero gave a shit about the Constitution? I sure don't.

    2. He doesn't nor does the mainstream media. Been in the car listening to MSNBC on XM. They have been trashing Nunes and the story.

    3. Free Beacon writer Adam Kredo's claim that malware was found on the Trump Tower servers makes no sense. I'm not sure he understands what really happened. If you follow the trail of links, you find a much more plausible explanation of the spoofing attack, which led the Trump Tower servers to respond by pinging back to the Russian bank's servers. But this did not involve someone planting malware on the Trump Tower computers as Kredo claimed.

  5. Healthcare reform will pass (and it will NOT be what the NeverTrumps and those who swore up and down how *great* Obamacare would be are telling us it is), Gorsuch will be confirmed, the idiot SJW judges in Hawaii, Washington and the 9th circuit will be smacked down/travel bans will be enforced, and Trump will be vindicated on his "wiretap" claims.

    Not tired of winning.

  6. Yep. The media eventually will figure this out.

    1. Or desperately try to cover it up again.

  7. Bret Stephens of the WSJ is guy who said that Trump needed not just to lose but to lose badly (to Hillary) so that his supporters would "learn their lesson."

    Guess he didn't learn his when Trump won.

  8. The Enemedia, their celebutard clowns and the Repubocrat uncharted are fortunate that we Deplorables are a patient people.

    Unfortunately for them our patience is wearing very thin.

  9. The Enemedia, their celebutard clowns and the Repubocrat uncharted are fortunate that we Deplorables are a patient people.

    Unfortunately for them our patience is wearing very thin.

  10. The difference between the Red Scare and Russiagate is that during the Red Scare there were real Russian spies that the left covered up and defended and this time there are only imaginary ones used as excuses to spy on American citizens by that same left.