Now we learn Barack Obama did not just wiretap President Trump, but Obama and company openly spied on thousands of American citizens, as Obama abused national security concerns to spy on political opponents.
From the Daily Mail:
Barack Obama's team used NSA technology to examine data gathered on tens of thousands of Americans abroad during the election, it has emerged.
Officials searched both metadata and the actual contents of communications for the names of more than 30,000 US citizens, according to data released by the he Office of the Director of National Intelligence this week.
And more than 3,000 of the resulting intelligence reports were then circulated among government departments without the names of the searched parties being redacted, sources with direct knowledge told Circa.
The data is officially only gathered on non-US-citizens outside America that use US infrastructure such as email servers.
But critics say that the pull of the NSA's system is so strong that it routinely sweeps up data the agency does not legally have access to.
'I think it is alarming. There seems to be a universal trend toward more surveillance and more surveillance that impacts Americans' privacy without obtaining a warrant,' Neema Singh Guliani, the ACLU's legislative counsel, said.
'This data confirms that there is a lack of acknowledgment that information is being specifically and increasingly mined about Americans for investigations that have little or nothing to do with international terrorism.'
In total, officials searched for the names of 30,355 Americans in communications metadata in 2016 - a 27.5 per cent increase on the previous year.I am willing to bet that all this information and more is in the computers of the DNC and Obama's OFA organization. Part of Obamacare's damage is it put everyone's medical information on computers -- which Democrats are ace at hacking.
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