Former US Attorney Confirms Wiretapping in an “Extraordinary, Politically Motivated Abuse of Presidential Power”


There is no doubt that Donald Trump’s campaign was spied on. There is no ambiguity about it, it simply wasn’t reported by the Democrat Party media. Former U.S. prosecutor Andy McCarthy has been writing about it since last year and did so again Sunday.

What he found is that when the investigation uncovered nothing criminal, the Justice Department converted it into a national security investigation and continued the wiretapping in what was Nixon-level abuse.

McCarthy wrote:

Unless there was some powerful evidence that the candidate was actually acting as an agent of a foreign power, such activity would amount to a pretextual use of national-security power for political purposes. That is the kind of abuse that led to Richard Nixon’s resignation in lieu of impeachment.

His article concludes and reminds us that at the same time the fake Russia story was being developed, the Justice Department minimized Clinton’s egregious transgressions:

Moreover, it cannot be glossed over that, at the very time it appears the Obama Justice Department was seeking to surveil Trump and/or his associates on the pretext that they were Russian agents, the Obama Justice Department was also actively undermining and ultimately closing without charges the criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton despite significant evidence of felony misconduct that threatened national security. This appears to be extraordinary, politically motivated abuse of presidential power.

Obviously all these private Trump phone calls leaked by the Deep State are the result of wiretapping.

It’s not only a former U.S. attorney, saying this. Among those in agreement is former Attorney General Michael Mukasey.

Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey on Sunday said that President Trump is likely correct that there was surveillance on Trump Tower for intelligence purposes, but incorrect for saying former President Barack Obama ordered it.

“I think he’s right in that there was surveillance and that it was conducted at the behest of the attorney general — at the Justice Department,” Mukasey told ABC’s “This Week.”

What he left out is the fact that Obama had to have known about it because it was not a criminal investigation.

Trump on Saturday accused Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower in New York City just before the November election.

Mukasey, who served as the attorney general under former President George W. Bush, said he believes there was surveillance on Trump Tower after reading certain news reports and based on the statements made by Democrat congressman Adam Schiff.

The fact is that the government can spy on anyone at any time without a FISA order. It is also important to note that the FISA court is a rubber stamp that acts as a rogue Supreme Court — that’s how it is viewed by those who are aware of how it functions.

The wiretapping was also discussed by a former national security expert.

If you want a brief respite, this next video is funny. Erin Burnett tried very hard to lead Mukasey into saying the opposite of what he ended up saying. She came out looking like a fake news host. He pulverized her.

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