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Saturday, July 15, 2017

How Obama wiretapped Trump Tower

DCWhispers has breaking news: "Loretta Lynch Ordered Illegal Wiretap Against Trump Campaign."

The irony of last week's Big Leak on Don Jr. (likely by Robert Mueller) is that it is helping reveal that the real criminal activity was by the Democratic Party.

Lying Loretta Lynch sought a secret warrant to wiretap Team Trump in June 2016. The federal court turned her request down. Now DC Whispers reported the Administration wiretapped anyway -- just like President Trump said on March 4.

From DCWhispers:
The sting operation was put in place via a Russian attorney/operative named  Natalia Veselnitskaya whose social media history marks her as an adamant anti-Trumper and who was granted a special exemption to travel into the United States by the Obama Department of Justice. The sting was further facilitated by a Russian-born American citizen named Rinat Akhmetshin who was granted citizenship during the Obama era and who as as D.C. lobbyist is well-connected to the D.C. political establishment and is said to have been instrumental in the creation of an anti-Trump dossier Trump’s political opponents were preparing to use against him during the campaign. (And then sought out and turned over to the FBI by anti-Trumper John McCain – see related story HERE )
It appears that once Veselnitskaya received confirmation she would be granted an audience with Donald Trump Jr. and other members of the Trump campaign, Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch ordered an illegal recording of that meeting.
Now I already told readers the Democratic Party set Don Jr. up. On Thursday, I wrote, "Obama trapped Donald Jr. to justify spying on Trump." This is not difficult to figure out.

But proving it fell upon Jack Posobiec.

From Jack Posobiec:
Today, Fusion GPS employee Rinat Akhmetshin today confirmed his attendance at a meeting with Donald Trump Jr, Paul Manafort, and Jared Kushner along with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya.
Accusations have arisen that the meeting was part of a wider setup to achieve a FISA warrant to wiretap phones of the Trump campaign during 2016. President Trump himself has accused the FBI under Loretta Lynch of wiretapping his campaign.
Now, a former Trump campaign official reports that Paul Manafort’s phone was subject to FISA wiretap during the infamous meeting.
Ah, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978, which passed four years after President Nixon resigned after his team tried to wiretap DNC chairman Larry O'Brien's phone at the Watergate apartments.

FISA allows the government to legally wiretap citizens if the government says they are working with foreign spies.

Barack Obama used it to spy on Trump Tower -- and likely on other political campaigns as well.

In March, Breitbart News reported on how this worked:
1. June 2016: FISA request. 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.
2. July: Russia joke. Wikileaks releases emails from the Democratic National Committee that show an effort to prevent Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) from winning the presidential nomination. In a press conference, Donald Trump refers to Hillary Clinton’s own missing emails, joking: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.” That remark becomes the basis for accusations by Clinton and the media that Trump invited further hacking.
3. October: Podesta emails. In October, Wikileaks releases the emails of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, rolling out batches every day until the election, creating new mini-scandals. The Clinton campaign blames Trump and the Russians.
4. October: FISA request. 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.
This story has been out there for months, hiding in plain sight.

If only we had a free and independent press. Instead we have a DNC propaganda machine.

This story has been around for months. Remember this from March 4? "Obama wiretapped Trump Tower."

If I can see this from Poca, West Virginia, why do they not see it in Manhattan or Washington D.C.?

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  1. I believe that they still thought they would win the election. All of this was to ruin Trump, his family, his business and all of his supporters so no opposition ever stuck their necks out again.

    It has been so sloppy, juvenile, dopey even. But with complete control of the levers of power and what got out into the public they could manipulate this garbage into jail, bankruptcy, humiliation and ruination for anyone who opposed them

    1. I agree. They wanted to destroy him and his family, still do, and always will.
      Someday, history will show how corrupt the media and the swamp are

    2. I agree , but they failed miserably. lmao, lousy liberals.

  2. Interesting speculation, but I'm not sure the detailed timeline works out. The initial FISA request was made sometime in June, but on which date seems unclear. The Trump Jr meeting with the Russians took place on June 9, possibly even before the FISA application had been submitted or else after it had been submitted but denied.

    So, how was the meeting itself surveilled? It wasn't a phone meeting. It was face-to-face. Did one of the Russians record the conversation, and if so, for whose benefit was the recording made? Who would have received a copy of the secret recording, Lynch herself? Are you saying Lynch ordered the Russians to make a secret recording of the meeting?

    A phone wiretap installed by the DoJ just before the meeting with the Russians would have done little, except to record phone conversations by Donald Jr. in which he might have described preparations for the meeting or, if a wiretap was installed under Lynch's orders on his phone after the meeting, what transpired during the meeting. So, what exactly are accusing Lynch of having done in breaking the law to spy on the Trumps?

    1. Take a look at Vault 7 from Wikileaks and think Clapper/Brennan/Comey and hot mics.

  3. They thought that with Hillary a LOCK for the presidency, with the media all-in for Hillary, there was NOBODY who'd blow the whistle on them, then or later. Oops (BIGLY).

  4. If this doesn't put some people in jail (thinking Lynch, just to start with) then there is no point in knowing the truth.

    I'm frustrated with the impunity enjoyed by the left for all their artless wrongdoing. It will only grow worse unless Trump throws some of them in jail.

    And soon.

  5. Hear hear, Kat. It's time to get serious with these snakes. I keep hollering out Trey Gowdy's name to the sky. Hasn't answered yet but he needs to. C'mon, buddy, do it for the country, my man.

    1. Gowdy is a delight to listen to; but I've reluctantly come to the conclusion that he, too, is another talented actor in the Kabuki Theater production of "cleaning up the swamp, GOPe style."

      Lots of pretty speeches, some exciting prosecutorial flimflam in Congressional testifying- but NO ACTIONS ever take place.

      No Grand Juries, no endictments, no prosecutions. Very disappointing!

  6. Oh, and Big D, standing O from Hedgesville for doin a little SITYS woofin. Like Jack Palance and his one armed pushups. Yeah boy. Confidence is STILL sexy. Lou's a lucky woman!

  7. Where is the investigation into this?

  8. *Veselskitnaya appeared at a Congressional hearing eight days after her Trump meeting-- a reward for helping to set up Trump, Jr.?
    Obama's Russian Ambassador McFaul testified and stressed how she was not a government agent, but just a private Russian citizen. Now Democrats say the opposite. Which is it?

    *When the Clinton campaign accepted oppo research from the Ukranian government, did that violate the law against receiving a "thing of value" from a foreign government to affect an election? Democrats say that it's okay because Ukraine is our ally and Russia is an enemy.

    If Russia is an enemy, why did Sec. Clinton arrange for American technology to be transferred at the Russian Silicon Valley in Skolkovo? And why did she let an enemy have 20% of America's uranium? While her husband was giving half-million dollar speeches in the enemy's capital?

    And if Ukraine is our ally, why did Obama deny them arms to fight our enemy, the Russians?

    *Loretta Lynch personally let Veselnitskaya in after she was denied entry. Lynch then personally extended her extremely rare "parole" a second time until January 2016. Yet somehow she's either back or never left in June 2016.

    June is a very interesting month. Trump clinches the nomination in late May. On June 3, Goldstone emails Trump, Jr., using words that seem designed to justify a FISA warrant. On June 9, the meeting takes place, but there is no oppo research presented, only Magnitsky Act issues. On June 14, Veselnitskaya appears at the Congressional Hearing. She has since denied any knowledge or intent to talk about Hillary, leaving Goldstone as the sole instigator.

    On June 27, Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch hold their Tarmac Summit, even though his wife is under investigation.

    And on an unknown date in June, the FISA court turns down a request for the first time in many years, a request to wiretap Trump.

    It would be interesting to know if that FISA request was made a day or two after the Tarmac Summit, wouldn't it?

    And while the political appointees in charge of our intelligence agencies enjoyed spying on Trump, I wonder how those FISA Court judges feel about being drafted by Obama and Lynch and made into a de facto arm of the Clinton Campaign?

    Somebody ought to ask them.