President Barack Hussein-Obama Used a British to Spy on Donald Trump
While the American Intelligence Community (IC) plays “not us” when it comes to claims that the Obama Administration spied on President Trump, when he was both a candidate and President-elect, Fox News has learned that in order to avoid a paper trail, fingerprints, and pesky little details like the Bill of Rights, President Barack Obama circumvented all of that by requesting the British spy on Donald Trump.
If Judge Andrew Napolitano is right, this new information might go a long way to explaining all of the cute denials from the intelligence community and explain why the old media claims that Donald Trump had been wiretapped were right.
While it may not have been the American government doing the spying, someone, somewhere was listening and handing that information over to the Obama Administration… now we have a take at who that someone was, the British.
Three intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Barack Obama went outside the chain of command.
He did not use the NSA, he did not use the CIA, he did not use the FBI, and he did not use the Department of Justice… He used GCHQ.
The Big Q: What is the GCHQ?
The Big A: That is the initials for the British spying agency.
They have 24/7 access to the NSA database. So by simply having 2 people go to them and say ‘President Obama needs transcripts of conversations involving Candidate Trump, conversations involving President-Elect Trump,’ Obama’s able to get it, and there’s no American fingerprints on this.
In other words, according to these sources, former President Obama tapped into a wiretap that is already in place on pretty much all of us, including Trump and his team.
It is only accessed, though, when there is a specific request from someone like the President of the United States.
Judge Napolitano explained that the law allows the President to legally do this to anyone he wants for any reason he wants.
No warrant required!
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