Saturday, March 04, 2017

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.

Here is how the Watergate-style spying worked, according to Breitbart News, which reported, in June, "The Obama administration files a request with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) to monitor communications involving Donald Trump and several advisers. The request, uncharacteristically, is denied."

But Breitbart reported, in October, "The Obama administration submits a new, narrow request to the FISA court, now focused on a computer server in Trump Tower suspected of links to Russian banks. No evidence is found — but the wiretaps continue, ostensibly for national security reasons, Andrew McCarthy at National Review later notes. The Obama administration is now monitoring an opposing presidential campaign using the high-tech surveillance powers of the federal intelligence services."

The wiretapping of a political opponent reveals the true character of Obama who was the most vain and immature president in history.

Obama's unpresidential and unprecedented disdain for Trump was shown when Obama repeatedly mocked him when Trump was a guest at the White House Correspondents Dinner in 2011.

Nothing would surprise me about the lying, incompetent Obama whose legacy is a failed economy, a failed health plan, the rise of the Islamic State, and an undeserved Nobel Prize.

Obama was an affirmative action hire. However, in retrospect, Obama also was better than John McCain or Mitt Romney, whom I supported.

Obama and the Democratic Party have since the election openly resisted the peaceful transition of power that is the hallmark of a constitutional Republic.

More than 200 Democratic voters openly rioted during Trump's inauguration speech.

Democratic senators have used delaying tactics to stall the installation of a Cabinet, kneecapping President Trump's efforts to run the government.

Getting the national press to cover this outrage takes cunning. Trump used Twitter. Note what he said, and what he did not say:





President Trump offered no "proof," which should fake the Fake News media into jumping all over him. Then, when the Trump-is-crazy calls reach a peak, boom, out comes the proof that Obama indeed used the power of his office to spy on a political opponent.

We shall see how this plays out.

The broader issue is the power of the federal government is now too large for mortals like Obama to give up that power voluntarily.

This is another reason -- the over-arching reason -- we need to cut the federal government in half.

And certainly, at least on FISA judge needs to be removed and gave his pension suspended.

Looking at this, I realized we stopped Adolfa last fall.

UPDATE: Wonder what FISA order Obama had in 2012....




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30 comments:

  1. Obama and Hillary played dirty... and still lost. And I still want for them a comeuppance. Both are more amoral than Charles Manson.

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    1. Get the judges and let the Nuremberg trials begin

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  2. I'd like to see ☪ظ☭ma and his new roomie ValJar and the rest of their cabal put in Gitmo----how fitting that the former manchild-in-chief didn't get to close it down and hand the whole base over to the Castros!
    -Fred

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  3. The old saying that if you strike at the king you must kill him is ringing truer with every passing day. The dems need to be working out who they are going to allow to be strung up for these many sins. He's laying down the gauntlet. You keep coming after me some of you are going to prison. Listening Obama?Listening Hillary? You'd better be.

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  4. I'd say Obama's quite a piece of work, but I think laziness is more correct than work.

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    1. He was both lazy and incompetent, possibly the major reason he was supported over Hillary to begin with. Also, if he had any virtue it was his then lack of personal venality which made him attractive to those seeking influence at a relative bargain. Vanity is easy to assuage, after all.

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  5. ABC News spent ten minutes last night on the Sessions non-story. They're not gonna say a word about this tonight.

    THE MEDIA IS CORRUPT

    Oh, and Barack Obama IS going to burn in hell.

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  6. Either McCain or Romney would have been better than O. Your instincts to support them were correct both times. McCain would have prevented the rise of Issis and the Muslim horde invasion of the Europe by stabilizing Syria and Iraq, Romney would have restored a rising GDP that Obama neglected to pursue glory as the triple bogey emperor of Obamacare. These statements are just fantasies since they never happened but so are your assumptions about those men and times. Fake dreams.

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    1. So assuming a series of events in presidencies that never happened is not fantasizing. Got it.

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    2. Such class acts, these Democrat volunteers.

      http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/03/01/former-clinton-volunteer-in-hot-water-after-swipe-at-widow-fallen-seal.html

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  7. Only the first to break ranks cops the plea bargain.

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  8. The reactions from election night certainly now make sense now. They did not just cheat they broke the national security laws of the US. They were willing to do anything to win. They still lost. And badly. The guiltier they are the more outrage and insult is demonstrated to cover up their culpability just like regular criminals. It would be funny if it wasn't so dangerous.
    Elliott

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  9. And so any info could be shared? Trump should close that EO or Obama "rule"

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/12/us/politics/nsa-gets-more-latitude-to-share-intercepted-communications.html?_r=0



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  10. Word.

    The first FISA was apparently turned down and the second was then approved. There's some interesting correlations going on discussed at Conservaqtive Treehouse.

    And, yes; I've called him the AntiChrist since 2008. Let's not exclude ValJar.

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  11. This is really bad.

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  12. Nothing is too low for Democrats. They are limbo practitioners extraordinaire. This is just the tip of the iceberg. Sooner or later there will be a reckoning. Somebody will be caught red-handed and turn state's evidence and the worm will turn. If you think the Democrats are in bad shape now, just wait. - Elric

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  13. They say a prosecutor can get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich and it's even easier to get a FISA warrant approved, so the fact that a FISA judge said no to their first attempt tells us this was a political witch hunt from the beginning. Whatever judge finally approved a wiretap of the Republican candidate for president by the outgoing Democrat president's administration during an election year should be marched in front of a firing squad. This is banana republic crap.

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  14. How can anyone believe anything anymore especially from someone who deliberately politicized the Federal bureaucracy more than any other president. His henchmen are doing his bidding and he can sit back and deny all he wants but he is as guilt as George Soros and don't doubt anything other verdict for a second!

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  15. Not a FISA judge, but the entire FISA court should be held accountable. I understand the underlying justification for the court's existence, but secret courts are incompatible with democracy and offend the principles of personal liberty on which this country was founded. And while we are ridding the nation of the FISA court, we should demand that CJ John Roberts resign from the SCOTUS. The CJ is the person who is delegated by law to ensure proper oversight of the FISA court. Roberts is clearly incapable of doing that job in a way that remains faithful to the Bill of Rights in our Constitution.

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    1. Totally agree, IA. Roberts is a spineless piece of shit. Jellyfish have more backbone than he does. The court needs some shakin up. My next two nominees would be Judge Don Willett and Professor Glenn Reynolds.

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  16. One thing I have wondered_ ISIS is on the ropes , if we Po'ed Russia then-we have to deal with ISIS from a weakened chaotic position.
    That is what 0 and the Dems want...
    Chaos ..

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  17. No Don, 200 Democrats were INDICTED on rioting charges. A great many more were rioting. And it was 214.

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    1. Why? We haven't used the rope we have.

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  19. Obama&Co have a low bar when it comes to ethics: "Do we have plausible deniability". You bet Obama was in on this, if not personally directing it. It was a well planned multi-faceted offense to damage if not destroy Donald Trump.

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  20. All this chatter is for naught! Obama's, most likely, pardoned himself at 11:48:51 ET, January 20, 2017,for any offense he may have committed again The United States in the past. So, maybe Obama will be pilloried by some in the press, yet he'll never pay a legal criminal price for his past federal crimes.

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    1. Vince Flynn had a creative approach to Term Limits in his first book.

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  21. Don Surber may have 'underestimated'the evil that is Obama but I know I wasn't the only one who used the term 'anti-Christ' to denote his 'savior' status with the left. And now Eric Holder announces his 'second coming'! It's not just the 'Chicago Way', it's demonic.

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  22. Lawbreaking has become commonplace in Washington. No one has stood up to stop it. This is what it has come to. Will there be a rule of law again?

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  23. End the Unconstitutional FISA court!

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