Obama’s Dream Vacation Turned Into His Worst Nightmare
Like a master chess player Rand Paul waited until the perfect moment to make his move and according to Western Journalism he hit a bulls-eye.
Paul said that the scandalous and very serious allegations that former national security director Susan Rice unmasked Trump transition officials for political purposes are just the tip of the iceberg.
Paul clearly details how if the privacy of Americans connected to the Trump team could be violated, a billionaire and Presidential candidate then the rest of us have no chance.
If that could happen to Trump, the privacy of millions, of hundreds of millions of other people are at risk.
“Did the president direct you to eavesdrop and sift through intelligence?” Paul said.
“If someone were investigating the Trump administration, it ought to be the FBI not someone in the White House,” Paul added. “She’s a political appointee that reports directly to the president.”
Paul continued on behalf of the American people who are demanding straight answers, which until now we have not received.
“I don’t think she answered the question, ‘Did she unmask people in the Trump administration?’ She said, ‘Maybe I did, but I didn’t do it for political reasons. I think it’s incumbent on her to show to the American people why it wouldn’t have been a political reason.”
Correct. But he had more bad news for Obama.
“The fact that there could be a political figure in the Obama administration that was purposely searching a database, looking for Trump officials, I think confirms exactly what the president said when he said that the Obama administration was doing something nefarious with regard to surveillance on his transition team. And it sounds like they were.”
Paul said before adding the words that ruined Obama’s vacation and terrified Susan Rice.
“There was no legitimate reason for Rice to be searching a database and unmasking people.”
So all that is left is to prosecute the crime we know they committed.
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