There is no question.
There is no debate.
There is no other possible explanation.
The government DID spy on Donald Trump and his campaign team during the 2016 presidential election.
The only question is – did they have just cause?
The facts are all out in the public sphere now, so why does the media continue to deny that spying occurred?
They deny it because they were complicit in it. They deny it because they hate Donald Trump.
It is interesting if you watch Attorney General Barr, he is so calm, so sober, so evenhanded. He is not saying anything extreme, just stating the facts as they are known, and contrary to what we just heard, there is no dispute about whether there was spying or not. That is a common way to describe what happened. They use multiple human informants. There were wiretaps and other electronic surveillance, there were national security letters. If it were about anything other than the Trump campaign, we would all acknowledge that is spying. That is a good word to use to sum up what was going on there.
The media can’t use that word because they were complicit in this operation in two ways. One, the perpetuated the Russia collusion hoax. They accepted these leaks. They were not critical about them at all. They claimed they had all these bombshells. On one side, they gave into the hoax. On the other hand, they never covered what was troubling about the actions by these federal agents, not just the FBI, but other agencies, to go against domestic political opponents…
There are a lot of people that should care about this but are unable to because they are obsessed with hating Trump.
Remember this when you hear someone on CNN or the broadcast news stations saying that ‘there was no spying.’ Yes, there was.
Comey has admitted it (though he doesn’t call it spying). Brennan, Clapper, and Congress have admitted it.
As Hemingway so eloquently states in the video above:
“There is no dispute about whether there was spying or not. That is a common way to describe what happened. They use multiple human informants. There were wiretaps and other electronic surveillance, there were national security letters. If it were about anything other than the Trump campaign, we would all acknowledge that is spying.”
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