March 20, 2017

So This Happened …

Filed under: National Security,Privacy/ID Theft,Taxes & Government — Tom @ 11:12 pm

… Fox News’s Andrew Napolitano “is being kept off the air indefinitely after he made a claim that British intelligence wiretapped Trump Tower at Obama’s request.”

This following treatment, pictured below, of a still-posted video at Fox would seem to indicate that the network may be on the way to showing him the door:


I found the video in question at YouTube. Here it is. Watch his succinct summary of what the deep state has been doing for 12 years, what the President of the United States can do if he so chooses, and Napolitano’s continued insistence (in his original interview on the topic, he claimed he had three sources) that President Obama likely engaged foreign help to spy on Trump:

Was Napolitano sucker-punched by three different sources into reporting something wrong? Or is he on to something which is just too uncomfortable to contemplate?


1 Comment

  1. Interesting, I never knew before he said it that NSA intercept data was available to other government intelligence services such as Britain. Director Comey seems to have confirmed that indeed they are sharing NSA data with Britain.

    So that raises questions: What kind of intercepts are available to Britain? Are there any intercepts that are off limits to them? Who at the NSA decides what they can and can not see?

    This would go to the veracity of the Judge’s claim that Britain’s intelligence services can see so called masked data on US citizens. Can they unilaterally unmask them without permission? Or does someone at the NSA or CIA have the authority to grant their request if they deem it necessary?

    IF the answer is Britain has unlimited viewing of NSA gathered data, then this lends credibility to the story. IF they need permission to view NSA data involving US citizens, who would have given it to them and is there an audit trail to confirm if this happened?

    Comment by dscott — March 21, 2017 @ 4:14 pm

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