Each passing day brings more disturbing details related to Obama’s former National Security Advisor Susan Rice’s politicizing of national intelligence assets in order to garner ‘dirt’ on Donald Trump and his staff.
Now comes word from Fox News that the surveillance of then candidate Trump and his team included very detailed personal information having nothing to do with national security.
Rep. Peter King of New York told Fox that the information is “about their everyday lives. Sort of like in a divorce case where lawyers are hired, investigators are hired just to find out what the other person is doing from morning until night and then you try to piece it together later on.”
We know conclusively that Rice ordered the unmasking of the identities of surveilled Americans as well as all of the personal information.
A former senior intelligence official has told Fox that “the request must be approved by the NSA. Rice would have understood that there is an extensive government paper trail, that can be audited within the NSA, that shows who requested the unmasking, on what basis, and whether it was granted. This raises more questions about Rice, her motivation and whether it was authorized higher up, offering cover.”
Sometime after she obtained this information, it ‘mysteriously’ turned up in the Washington Post and New York Times, leading to the outrageous dismissal of unmasked General Michael Flynn and the beginning of the fake Trump-Russia connection story.
This was a political hit if there ever was one. The media can try all they want to snuff this out, but the truth will get out. And when it does, Trump should make all these liars and criminals reap the whirlwind of justice.