“Blockbuster”: Trump Team Surveilled on Non-Russia Issues for Up to a Year

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Adam Housley of Fox News has found out from numerous intelligence sources that they didn’t want to reveal how they obtain information but they are very frustrated by the leaks. They decided to contact Housley to straighten out the record. They say they have no horse in the race.

The sources have never seen agencies politicized this way and that’s one reason they are coming out. In addition, Nunes, they said, has his finger on it so they want to make sure it’s done correctly.

There was electronic surveillance of Trump or at least his supporters for up to a year before the inauguration. The way these Trump people and possibly Trump were unmasked was “unprecedented” and the information was disseminated via NSA channels. U.S. citizens is supposed to be masked – redacted.

Basically, they say that the information that was unmasked, these names of Americans who had done nothing wrong was disseminated to all of the NSC, some at DOD, Clapper, Brennan, basically the people at the top, possibly Rice.

There are reports that Housley hasn’t seen which pinpoint Susan Rice as having requested unmasking numerous times.

We do know Hillary Clinton and six of her aides had access to Top Secret intel. Did she know?

This is “blockbuster” Housley said and none of this had anything to do with national security.

The government was simply spying on American citizens to use the information against them.

As an aside, Lindsey Graham has called Nunes’s reaction “bizarre” though there was nothing bizarre about telling the American people what was going on. Graham is a traitor to the Republican Party.

“That is, as far as we know, hasn’t been done in modern times,” Housley concluded.

After all this spying, there is no evidence of collusion either. The story was completely fraudulent which is why Adam Schiff is backing off.

Go to about 07:00 to hear Nunes address it on March 19th.


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