Confirmed, Obama was Spying on Donald Trump
The Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), confirmed Wednesday President Donald Trump’s claims that his Presidential transition team was spied on by former President Barack Hussein-Obama’s admin team.
The information they gathered was then widely spread throughout the Hussein-Obama Admin.
If evidence is found that former President Barack Hussein-Obama had it done intentionally to assist failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign, which many critics suspected.
In fact, it could lead to the arrest of Barack Hussein-Obama and other members of his “gang”.
According to Mr. Nunes, the US intelligence community collected information on members of the Trump Transition Team incidentally.
The information was then “widely disseminated” in intelligence reports.
“I recently confirmed that on numerous occasions, the intelligence community collected information on U.S. individuals involved in the Trump transition,” Mr. Nunes told reporters. “Details about US persons involved in the incoming administration, with little or no apparent foreign intelligence value, were widely disseminated in intelligence community reports.”
“This information was legally brought to me by sources who thought we should know it,” Mr. Nunes said. There were “dozens of reports, but no mention of Russia.”
The revelation comes just after a bombshell committee hearing Tuesday where FBI Director James Comey told Congress there was “no information” that Donald Trump had been wiretapped.
According to Mr. Nunes, the wiretap “legally collected foreign intelligence under FISA incidental collection.”
But Mr. Nunes also said he was “alarmed” that the information “ended up in reporting channels and was widely disseminated” — and critics are calling for a full investigation into how this happened.
“I’m not gonna get into legal definitions here, but clearly I have a concern” that Obama was spying on Trump, Mr. Nunes said.
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