Sunday, March 5, 2017

Mark Levin: Evidence Overwhelming Obama Spied on Trump Campaign

Mark Levin lays out the evidence against Barack Obama and the alleged wiretapping of Donald Trump and his campaign before the election.


He's quite convincing, citing sources like the New York Times and the Washington Post.

MARK LEVIN: The issue isn't whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign or transition or certain of its surrogates, the issue is the extent of it. They went into court a second time. They were so aggressive. They waited four or five months. They go back in October, weeks before the general election. They narrowed their request. All of a sudden, we have leaks coming out on Flynn. Then, we have a horrible meeting that took place between Sessions and so forth.

And I'm telling you as a former chief of staff to an attorney general of the United States in the Reagan administration, these are police state tactics.

Now what did Barack Obama know? He knew everything I just read to you, apart from one or two articles. Do you know how I know? It's in the newspapers! It's right there!

So, Barack Obama not only knew this, but he gets a daily intelligence briefing. And let me tell you something about daily intelligence briefings, if your attorney general and your FBI is going to the FISA Court to get a warrant to investigate aspects of an opposition party in the middle of a general election campaign, how much do you want to bet the president of the United States knew that?
Levin reminds me of Matt Drudge, when he insisted for months and months that there was a stained blue dress.

All the Democrats and many Republicans didn't believe Drudge. They said there was no evidence. They mocked, calling him a nut. Of course, there was a blue dress, stained. Bill Clinton admitted he "did have a relationship with Miss Lewinsky that was not appropriate." He was impeached.

In this case, however, the evidence is the public record. It's already out there. Levin is citing the reporting of media outlets that are Obama's propaganda partners.

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