BREAKING: Susan Rice Preparing To Take Fall For Illegal Obama Spy Program?

Mike Cernovich has come out today to declare former Obama National Security Adviser Susan Rice as the one who gave the order to illegally “unmask” several members of the Trump transition team. Cernovich also indicated several members of the Mainstream Media knew of the illegal Obama spy program story and refused to cover it in order to protect Barack Obama. 

Readers might recall it was Rice who was pushed out front and center during the Benghazi Massacre scandal. If Mr. Cernovich’s reporting is correct, it appears the Obama Machine is about to use her in that same sacrificial capacity yet again.

Cernovich went on to further detail his claims HERE

Susan Rice, who served as the National Security Adviser under President Obama, has been identified as the official who requested unmasking of incoming Trump officials, Cernovich Media can exclusively report.
  The White House Counsel’s office identified Rice as the person responsible for the unmasking after examining Rice’s document log requests. The reports Rice requested to see are kept under tightly-controlled conditions. Each person must log her name before being granted access to them.
Upon learning of Rice’s actions, H. R. McMaster dispatched his close aide Derek Harvey to Capitol Hill to brief Chairman Nunes.
  “Unmasking” is the process of identifying individuals whose communications were caught in the dragnet of intelligence gathering. While conducting investigations into terrorism and other related crimes, intelligence analysts incidentally capture conversations about parties not subject to the search warrant. The identities of individuals who are not under investigation are kept confidential, for legal and moral reasons.”

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REMINDER: Trey Gowdy had this very recent exchange with FBI Director James Comey during a Congressional hearing:

GOWDY: Would National Security Adviser Susan Rice have access to an unmasked U.S. citizen’s name?

COMEY: I think any — yes, in general, and any other national security adviser would, I think, as a matter of their ordinary course of their business.

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Monday is likely going to very interesting.

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Obama Administration Was Using Russian Spies To Monitor Trump Campaign?

That was the suggested scenario offered up today by Fox Business contributor, Charlie Gasparino during a segment with Neil Cavuto. (awaiting video)

It is an interesting and plausible premise. The Obama government needs no court approval to monitor communications of foreign agents. One or more Russian operatives who were already being monitored, were then instructed to repeatedly communicate to Trump campaign associates. Those communications could then be monitored and none would require court approval. 

Might this scenario be the origination of all the Trump-related “wiretapped” information cited earlier by such publications as the New York Times? (It is believed this was the method used to push General Michael Flynn into resigning his position as Trump National Security Adviser and might also be the same tool used against current Trump Attorney General, Jeff Sessions. Remember, it was the Obama White House that actually set up the first of two meetings between then-Senator Sessions and the Russian ambassador.)

OBAMAGATE: “An extraordinary, politically motivated abuse of presidential power.”

That is the description of Obamagate given today by former former assistant U.S. attorney, Andrew McCarthy, a man with years of experience within the inner-workings of the Department of Justice. It’s a scathing rebuke of the Obama Machine’s attempt to deflect blame for its attempted tampering of a then-ongoing 2016 election.

Here are some highlights of Mr. McCarthy’s thoughts on the matter:

“…FISA applications and the evidence garnered from them are classified – i.e., we would not know about any of this unless someone had leaked classified information to the media, a felony.”

(Was the Obama DOJ the source of the attempted anti-Trump leaks?)

“…In any event, the FISA court reportedly turned down the Obama Justice Department’s request, which is notable: The FISA court is notoriously solicitous of government requests to conduct national-security surveillance…”

(Meaning the Obama DOJ’s initial request to wiretap Trump and Trump associates was so broad, so without merit, even the FISA court was unwilling to sign off on it.)

“…given the explosive and controversial nature of the surveillance request we are talking about – an application to wiretap the presidential candidate of the opposition party, and some of his associates, during the heat of the presidential campaign, based on the allegation that the candidate and his associates were acting as Russian agents – it seems to me that there is less than zero chance that could have happened without consultation between the Justice Department and the White House.”

(The Obama denial of having “ordered” the wire tapping is important. It should be noted the Obama camp has not denied such wire tapping took place. It’s merely stating it didn’t order it. That’s correct. The FISA court actually issues the order – which is the result of a DOJ request. Team Obama is playing a word game here, something they did often throughout the eight years of the administration.)

“…that brings us to a related point: FISA national-security investigations are not like criminal investigations. They are more like covert intelligence operations – which presidents personally sign off on.”

(Again, a very important point of distinction. Team Obama denied having ordered the Trump wiretap. It hasn’t denied having approved of the Trump wiretap. See the difference?)

“…it would be a scandal of Watergate dimension if a presidential administration sought to conduct, or did conduct, national-security surveillance against the presidential candidate of the opposition party. Unless there was some powerful evidence that the candidate was actually acting as an agent of a foreign power, such activity would amount to a pretextual use of national-security power for political purposes. That is the kind of abuse that led to Richard Nixon’s resignation in lieu of impeachment.”

(McCarthy is correct. If the Obama administration conducted these wiretaps based upon a flimsy “the Russians” connection, it would be a violation beyond what toppled Nixon. And given the Mainstream Media has been pushing Team Obama’s Russian narrative since the summer, it seems likely it was a plan hatched many months ago both as a means of getting FISA approval, as well as giving the Obama administration an excuse that the wiretaps had to be conducted as a matter of national security.)

“This appears to be extraordinary, politically motivated abuse of presidential power.”

(Indeed it does.)

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Read the full McCarthy article: HERE

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