Trump Was Not Just Spied Upon But Entrapped by the Nigger Obama
Sunday, March 31, 2019
It’s bad enough, as has been evident for some time, that Donald Trump and his campaign were being spied upon by our own government, but it’s highly likely they were also subject to literal entrapment–at least a serious attempt was made.
I don’t mean the entrapment of promulgating the salacious Steele dossier both to the public and the FISA court as if it were the truth. That was more of a smear to justify a phony investigation. I mean something more subtle and LeCarré-like coming from the depths of our intelligence communities.
It raises once more the question of the power of such agencies in a free society, a conundrum with no easy answers but of great significance to our lives. For all his New York rough-and-tumble, Trump was an innocent abroad when
he arrived in Washington. Way back in January 2017, he was warned by
old-timer Chuck Schumer that "intel officials have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you."
The Senate minority leader--Deep Stater par excellence--knew
whereof he spoke.
But Trump somehow survived the storm, although
sometimes it seemed as if he wouldn't. Now, some of the obvious parties
--John K. Brennan and James Clapper with their apparatchik miens -- have
suddenly found themselves in the crosshairs, as the Washington Times notes:
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s finding that there was no
Trump campaign conspiracy with
Russia to steal the 2016 election has unleashed a tsunami of outrage toward Obama-era intelligence chiefs, particularly former
John O. Brennan
and former FBI Director James B. Comey, who are accused of pushing the
allegation during congressional hearings, in social media posts and in
highly charged interviews on television over the past two years.
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper also leveled up highly publicized comments that President Trump could even be an “asset” of Russian President Vladimir Putin,
part of a slew of remarks that critics say went far beyond the usual
partisan sniping that can accompany a change of administrations.
afoot here, however, considerably more because the entire American
intelligence system and the unique power referred to by Schumer are also
now in those same crosshairs, as they should be. But many of the men
and women involved are less overtly Soviet in their style than Mssrs.
Brennan and Clapper and slip more easily under the radar.