Sunday, March 12, 2017

Clownish New York Times: Gave Evidence Obama Wiretapped Trump Month before it Accused him of not having Evidence

The New York Times, March 4 headline:

Trump, Offering No Evidence, Says Obama Tapped His Phones

On January 29, the Times headline was:

Wiretapped Data Used in Inquiry of Trump Aides

In this article the Times wrote that "wiretapping communications had been provided to the (Obama) White House" according to a American Spectator article.

The March 7 article was titled "Mark Levin's homerun: liberal media admits government spied on wiretapped political opponents."

Levin revealed that many elite media outlets were involved besides the Times in reporting on the American intelligence community's spying on the Trump campaign.

Levin, former chief of staff to Attorney General Edwin Meese, in the article said:

"This is not about President Trump's tweeting; this is about the Obama administration spying...The issue isn't whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign...the issue is the extent of it."

Despite the humor of the clownish journalism of the New York Times, this is serious.

What is already being called Obamagate appears to be bigger than Watergate.

An investigation bigger than the Watergate investigation could lead to former President Obama, the American intelligence community and the mainstream media being guilty of crimes must more serious than the crimes of former President Nixon.


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