Amidst the liberal media’s hysteria to pin something, anything, on President Trump, the reporting of real news has largely fallen by the wayside.
And any reporting on the corruption in the Democratic Party is rarely done at all. The media is doing what it does best and is lying to protect Obama, claiming that Trump is a paranoid racist for accusing Obama of wiretapping him.
But many are continuing to question if the Obama administration was spying on other political opponents as well.
Even Senator Rand Paul believes he may have been surveilled while he was running for president, and has requested for any intelligence related to that matter be handed over to him.
It’s certainly not unprecedented for liberals to spy on the right. Senator Jason Chaffetz had as many as 41 Secret Service agents spying on him in 2015, supposedly for his investigation into the agency.
Now, Judge Andrew Napolitano is revealing another conservative who felt he was being spied on by the Obama administration.
From US Herald:
In a segment on Fox’s “Mornings With Maria,” which aired on Fox’s Business Network, Napolitano reveals a conversation he had with the late Supreme Court Justice and his belief that he (Scalia) and the entire Supreme Court was under surveillance by Obama.
“Justice Scalia told me he often thought the court was being surveilled, and he told me that probably four or five years ago,” Napolitano said.
Moreover, Napolitano made clear during the segment that: “the use of intelligence data for political purposes is a felony.”
If true, this would be clear evidence of misconduct while in office, an impeachable offense. Even though Obama is now out of office, there should still be an investigation done into his criminal activities while president.
Journalist John Solomon seems to confirm Napolitano’s suspicions, stating that Obama did indeed conduct illegal searches while in office.
“In all, government officials conducted 30,355 searches in 2016 seeking information about Americans in NSA intercept metadata, which include telephone numbers and email addresses. The activity amounted to a 27.5 percent increase over the prior year and more than triple the 9,500 such searches that occurred in 2013, the first year such data was kept.”
These searches are considered illegal because there was likely no probable cause for them.
If Scalia was concerned about being spied upon by Obama, he never showed it in the months before he died. He continued to vote against the will of the Democrats, striking down ridiculous legislation that would have made Obama’s lobbyists rich at the expense of the American people.
Evidence of liberal corruption continues to mount in the wake of Obama’s departure from office. Many believe that this is the reason why the Democrats and the mainstream media are pushing the American people to fall for the Trump/Russia narrative.
Once their story crumbles due to lack of evidence, the heat will be turned up against the liberal media, Clinton and Obama for all of their past crimes. Between the three of these, their scandals could fill a whole library of books.
Hopefully the evidence against Obama can be brought to light soon, and we can get back to focusing on who America’s real enemies are.
Source: US Herald