More Evidence is Building that Suggests that the Obama Administration Spied on Candidate Trump and Others Long Before the FISA Request was Presented to the FISA Court
It’s illegal to spy on Americans without proper warrant from an entity like the FISA Court. More and more evidence is being uncovered that suggests the Obama Administration not only spied on citizen and Presidential candidate Donald Trump but did so before obtaining their bogus warrant through the FISA Court to do so.
This past fall text messages were uncovered between corrupt lovers, FBI agent Peter Strzok, former Chief of the Counterespionage Section during the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email use and former lead FBI investigator on Mueller’s fake Russia scandal, and his mistress, Lisa Page, the former FBI top attorney who was also on the Mueller team. In one text the dishonest lover Strzok wrote –
I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office — that there’s no way he gets elected — but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.
Although the Wall Street Journal reported that the ‘insurance policy’ was related to the Russia collusion farce, others hint that it may be more sinister than even that. The Russia farce was beyond imagination but some believe that it may not be the ‘insurance policy’.
Conservative commentator, author and former Secret Service Agent, Dan Bongino, have asked what reason was there to spy on President Trump in the first place?
There was no legal reason to date that justifies the federal government obtaining permission to spy on President Trump, before the election or at any time. Former NSA Director James Clapper was on CNN yesterday and as reported by TGP’s Joshua Caplan, Clapper stated that the Steele Dossier Was Used For FISA Surveillance “Extension”.
It now is beginning to look like the corrupt Obama Administration and its ‘deep state’FBI, DOJ and NSA were all spying on President Trump long before a warrant in court was ever issued.