National Security Expert Confirms the Obama Administration Wiretapped Trump Tower

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National security expert Jim Hanson confirmed Saturday morning that the Obama administration did surveil Trump Tower.

“The bottom line is they did wiretap Trump Tower. They tapped a server they thought was communicating somehow with Russia.”

“This is a legitimate charge [by Trump] and we need a serious investigation.”

Jim Hanson, the executive vice president of the think tank The Center for Security Policy made his comments on Fox News.

Hanson, who served in the U.S. Army Special Forces and conducted counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency operations, said the surveillance was approved over suspicions of connections with a Russian bank.

“They asked for that warrant and were denied, went back again [and] got the warrant, found out nothing was happening and went ahead and continued monitoring it,” the national security expert said.

As for Trump proving his claim, Hanson countered, “They did get a FISA warrant, so he doesn’t have to prove that they wiretapped him. They did wiretap him.”

The President has been commenting in tweets.

Ben Rhodes, Obama’s semantics-manipulator designée, parsed words to say Obama didn’t order the wiretapping. He tweeted in response: “No President can order a wiretap. Those restrictions were put in place to protect citizens from people like you.”

Rhodes is the Obama National Security Adviser who famously told the NY Times he lied to the American people to get their approval for the Iran nuke deal.

Since the statements were made, we have discovered that ‘surveillance’ is the appropriate word, not ‘wiretapping’ since phones and emails were allegedly not tapped. That is according to a bombshell report by John Solomon and Sara Carter.

After posting our many articles using the New York Times as a reference, they have seen fit to update months-old articles detailing what they said was wiretapping. Their new headlines use the word “surveillance”.

https://youtu.be/8zGNaP0BhBU

Lt. Col. Schaeffer recently said there was clearly no probable cause and explains why in the next clip.

His belief is that the former president used highly technical and highly classified capabilities which have resulted in multiple violations of the US18 code.

Someone had to lie to get the warrant, he conjectures.

One thing is certain: the President had to have knowledge of it at least by October when it first became known, and he is, in the end, responsible.

The leaks to the media were likely by the very officials who were involved in the wiretapping or surveillance or whatever they are calling it these days.

What is most unconscionable is what is getting lost here. The former president of the United States is trying to take down the current President.

Read about the coup that is meant to topple the current president of the United States.


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Obama's boyfriend
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Obama's boyfriend
8 months ago

Obama is a traitor and a sewer dweller. We all know the reason he was doing this. He is a fatherless scum whose mother abandoned him.

Freedom
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Freedom
6 years ago

I bet this whole thing is a result of the Russians hacking Clinton’s unsecured server (Bret Bair’s FBI sources said it was hacked – https://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybenson/2016/11/03/former-federal-prosecutor-why-did-doj-limit-and-discourage-fbis-clinton-foundation-probe-n2240856 ) which included emails from Obama suspiciously using an alias (remember he lied that he learned of her server in the news – http://www.factcheck.org/2015/03/obama-on-clintons-emails/ ) and Putin then blackmailed Obama and Clinton. Then Obama did all he could to cover it up. Which would explain the favors to Russia’s allies Syria and Iran, Putin’s fearless invasion of Ukraine, and the sale of 20% of the US’s uranium to Russia. The Russian ambassador visited Obama’s White House 22 times, and the Democrats are all over any of Trump’s associates communications with Russia. I’d bet the Russian ambassador was telling Obama what to do or else: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/franken-745600-laying-exchange.html

Clinton is the one who claimed Russia “hacked the election” (why Russia?), when Wikileaks told us they didn’t get Podesta’s or the DNC’s emails from a foreign government source. Then they produced the fake dossier on Trump claiming he’d be a Russian puppet, and claimed Putin and Trump were colluding, and Putin released the info to get Trump elected. If Putin had dirty laundry on Clinton, he’d use it to blackmail a president Clinton rather than help Trump get elected (apparently the Democrats think we’re stupid).

Thankfully those emails are likely of no use to Putin any more.

David
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David
6 years ago

“No President can order a wiretap.” What a selectively naive statement! If a President is corrupt, do we really believe that he or she cares about some law that is almost impossible to enforce?

Geor
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Geor
6 years ago

The thin g that bothers me most is the NY Times has gone back and changed a headline!!! How can we trust anything we read in the times when doing research? The way to make the change is to publish a retraction, not change the paper.

John Heller
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John Heller
6 years ago

The key is to identify who eavesdropped on General Flynn’s conversation with the Russian ambassador and leaked it? If it took place in the Trump Tower it will start the chain that leads all the way up to Obama!