Archive for March 4th, 2017

What evil lurks at Mar-a-Lago tonight…?

Saturday, March 4th, 2017

 

Donald Trump has not Tweeted since this morning and the wire-tapping scandal has evolved more in one day than a colony of fruit flies in a laboratory experiment.

 

Something is shaking and if the punch line is Barack Obama in handcuffs, prepare yourself for some heinous Americana.  When the annals of time reckon this moment in history, Mar-a-Lago will seem such an idyllic name for such horrible splendor,

 

 

Did Obama’s Banana Republic tap the phone of then-Presidential candidate, Donald Trump?

Saturday, March 4th, 2017

 

Interesting allegation by President Trump.

 

This begs for proof and “elucidation,” lest the MSM and every other Lefty Lackey will defer to the “fake news” reflexive condemnation en whining masse.

 

It would not be a surprise given the depths of Obama’s Third World venal method of relinquishing national leadership.

 

 

 

 

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Additional info, h/t Wiless

 

BBC Story

 

Media reports in the past few weeks have suggested the FBI had sought a warrant from the foreign intelligence surveillance court (Fisa) last summer in order to monitor members of the Trump team suspected of irregular contacts with Russian officials.

 

The warrant was first turned down but then approved in October, according to the media reports. There has been no official confirmation and it is also not clear if this evolved into a full investigation.

 

There has been no comment yet from Mr Obama.

 

But Ben Rhodes, who was Mr Obama’s foreign policy adviser and speechwriter, addressed Mr Trump’s claims in a tweet, saying: “No President can order a wiretap. Those restrictions were put in place to protect citizens from people like you.”

 

Mr Trump had tweeted: “I’d bet a good lawyer could make a great case out of the fact that President Obama was tapping my phones in October, just prior to the Election.”

 

He called the alleged tapping “a new low” and said “This is Nixon/Watergate” – referring to the most notorious political scandal of 1972, which led to the downfall of President Richard Nixon after a web of political spying, sabotage and bribery was exposed by the media.

 

He also called it McCarthyism – the persecution for US Communists and their allies led by Senator Joe McCarthy in the 1950s.