Double Tap

The House Intelligence Committee Chairman announced yesterday U.S. intelligence services had President Trump’s transition team under surveillance since the November election. Chairman Devin Nunes claimed what he read “bothered” him and should bother the president and all Americans.

The U.S. intelligence community incidentally collected information on members of President Trump’s transition team and the information was “widely disseminated” in intelligence reports, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said Wednesday.

“I recently confirmed that on numerous occasions, the intelligence community collected information on U.S. individuals involved in the Trump transition.”

The intelligence collected has nothing to do with Russia or the investigation into Moscow’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election, according to Nunes.

Nunes later told reporters he believes the details should “bother” the president and his team because some of the collection seemed “inappropriate.”

Nunes did not go into specific details, but one wonders who ordered the surveillance, and for what reason. Interestingly, President Obama changed the way intelligence is shared a week before Trump’s inauguration. Now, if I was a conspiracy guy…

As serious as this story is, what amazes me is how every “crazy” accusation the president has lobbed at his detractors has come to fruition.

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2 thoughts on “Double Tap

  1. And still they think Trump is the crazy one. Dems lost their grip on reality back in the Carter administration. This just confirms what many of us felt all along; Obama was dishonest and unethical.

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  2. Metoo – It’s hilarious to see the leftists attack Nunes for leaking this information while simultaneously praising “the resistance” for leaking damaging info on Trump.

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