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House Intel Chair Nunes: “I would be concerned if I was the President”

House Intel Chair Nunes: “I would be concerned if I was the President”

Intel was disseminated “far and wide.”

House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes is standing by his claim that the Trump transition team was under surveillance during Obama’s tenure.

Nunes appeared on the Sean Hannity show last night to discuss the issue. Here are a few key takeaways:

  • The surveillance occurred in November, December and January. Nunes thinks this is serious and warrants examination by the Trump administration.
  • The intelligence was disseminated “far and wide” among various agencies. Nunes says that it appears to have been done legally but questions why it was done in the first place.
  • Nunes suggests that the identities of other Americans besides General Flynn were unmasked. Also, it is still unknown who did the unmasking and how many people were involved in that action.

Watch the whole segment below:

As if all of this wasn’t bad enough, James Rosen of FOX News dropped this bombshell report last night:

Potential ‘smoking gun’ showing Obama administration spied on Trump team, source says

Republican congressional investigators expect a potential “smoking gun” establishing that the Obama administration spied on the Trump transition team, and possibly the president-elect himself, will be produced to the House Intelligence Committee this week, a source told Fox News.

Classified intelligence showing incidental collection of Trump team communications, purportedly seen by committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., and described by him in vague terms at a bombshell Wednesday afternoon news conference, came from multiple sources, Capitol Hill sources told Fox News. The intelligence corroborated information about surveillance of the Trump team that was known to Nunes, sources said, even before President Trump accused his predecessor of having wiretappedhim in a series of now-infamous tweets posted on March 4.

The intelligence is said to leave no doubt the Obama administration, in its closing days, was using the cover of legitimate surveillance on foreign targets to spy on President-elect Trump, according to sources.

The key to that conclusion is the unmasking of selected U.S. persons whose names appeared in the intelligence, the sources said, adding that the paper trail leaves no other plausible purpose for the unmasking other than to damage the incoming Trump administration.

Read it all.

Make no mistake, this is huge if true.

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Bucky Barkingham | March 24, 2017 at 7:46 am

This is all FakeNews from far alt-right Nazi, Islamaohobic, xenophobic, homophobic, deplorable extremist web sites. They should be reporting on the conspiracy between the Trump team and Russia like CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, PBS and other real news outlets are doing.

Are there no talking points this morning? Are we still stuck on name calling?

The talking point is violation of the Trump’s 1st, 4th and 5th amend. rights. Those “incidental” captured information that were shared is huge. Obama made a rule to share that information in direct violation of the right to privacy. Since this is not the first time the Obama administration did this, we have “real” cause for alarm.

One of the biggest screamers is Adam Schiff

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) criticized Nunes for his surprise announcement earlier in the day that he had seen intelligence intercepts that showed authorities had incidentally gathered information on members of the Trump transition team during investigations that the chairman said were not related to Russia.

If you know anything about Anonymous, watch Schiff here.

He is either purposely distorting the truth to drive his false agenda or really does not understand Cyber.

“Unmaskers” will be “unmasked” and then leaked. What goes around comes around or payback is a b—- especially if prison is involved. What a bunch of sloppy jerks the public is extorted into paying salaries. And how many of their fellow employees ratted them out? Scores? A hundred. Who wrote the “reports” and why?

Do I think people in the Obama administration were gathering intel on Trump and his team? Yep.

But I’m tired of this. Unless you’ve got the smoking gun evidence in hand shut-up.

Any possibility at all, that US intelligence services may have been investigating US persons’ ties with Russian agents, and came upon communications of US persons’ communicating with Russian agents? And that some of those US persons’ just might have been associated with someone’s presidential campaign? Maybe, maybe not. We shall see.

The saga continues, just like a daytime drama [aka soap opera].

Here is an interesting little article that may explain the timing on the Nunes release:

Look, Washington runs on leverage. And leverage is acquired through the collection of information, particularly negative information, on the players. It is also known as “political blackmail”. This is the way that Washington is run. So, the fact that such spying exists, and is even ongoing, is not of much interest to the politicians, both elected and unelected, in DC. And, the Washington press lives on “leaks” and unidentified sources for their reporting. It only really becomes a problem if the average American finds out about it.

The Dems, the MSM and other anti-Trump forces overplayed their hand and did not assess Trump’s reaction to their attacks. Now, these responses have placed them at significant political risk. Let the games continue.

Given all these revelations, assuming they are true and are proven,are bad enough, but the icing on the cake is Obama’s last minute decision to change the distribution rules for raw intelligence. Now this radical change in intelligence sharing/distribution, for reasons stated as being the most absurd and nonsensical, can now be viewed as nothing less than a tacit admission by Obama that not only was he aware of this illegal surveillance, but that he was the architect of it.
Until people start going to jail, nothing will change.