There is no doubt that the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign. As Barr made clear, the real question is: What predicated the spying? Was there a valid reason for it, strong enough to overcome our norm against political spying? Or was it done rashly?
Even in the public domain, there has been an extensive body of information such as court documents, media reports, text messages, emails, and congressional testimonies that provide documentary evidence that the Trump campaign was spied on.
At this point in time, at least six different methods that the Obama administration used to spy on the Trump campaign have been made public: FISA Warrant, Unmasking, Undercover Informan, National Security Letters, Foreign Intelligence and Reverse Targeting.
On Monday night Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) a former US Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas joined former Rep. Jason Chaffetz on The Ingraham Angle to discuss the latest developments in the deep state attempted coup on President Donald Trump. Former Rep. Trey Guowdy and Ratcliffe were the only Republicans to see the probable cause evidence and read the the evidence last year behind the FISA warrants to spy on Trump campaign operatives. And the evidence centered around the unverified Steele dossier.
Sam is a reporter at Truthseries who covers a range of subjects, particularly focusing on media bias, politics, and the convergence of politics and culture. Keeping our politicians in check should be a civic duty.
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