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Obama’s political police

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In the beginning there was a clandestine ‘surveillance’ and ‘unmasking’ program by operatives in the Obama executive branch, targeting figures in some way related to President-Elect Trump during his 75-day transition period. But on January 5, 2017 the outgoing Obama administration took a fateful step.

Obama convened a meeting in the Oval Office; present were his VP, the Deputy AG, his National Security Adviser, the heads of the FBI and CIA and perhaps one or two others. A decision was taken to open a counter-terrorism investigation. The target: the incoming president, Trump. The FBI chief, Comey, was dispatched the next day to brief Trump about an ongoing investigation, but hide from him that he was the target. In fact, Comey actually told him he was not a target. Straight out of the Mack Sennett playbook. We know what followed over the next three and a half years.

Then, on May 7, 2020, three ‘bombshells’ burst at once:

  1. The prosecution moved to have Gen. Flynn’s guilty plea tossed.
  2. Pressure from Ambassador Richard Grenell forced Adam Schiff, the House Intelligence Committee’s chair, to release more than 50 transcripts of testimony. Schiff had claimed these showed ‘direct evidence’ of Trump/Russia collusion. These turned out to show no such evidence at all.
  3. The Supreme Court ruled 9-0 in Kelly v. US that an Obama Justice Department case was nothing more than weaponizing a political potshot against a potential Republican cabinet member, Chris Christie.

All of the above supply evidence of unlawful political police-work in the targeting and intended ousting of Trump.:snip:

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