by Pamela Williams
This is huge news, and thank God it is vindicating President Trump in his saying he was surveilled.
Members of the intelligence community collected ‘incidental’ communications of the Trump transition team during legal surveillance operations, producing ‘dozens’ of reports which eventually unmasked several individuals’ identities and which were ‘widely disseminated,’ a top lawmaker said Wednesday afternoon.
House Intelligence Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., said none of the reports he had read mentioned Russia or Russians and he was unsure whether the surveillance occurred at Trump Tower. Nunes also was unsure if then President-elect Trump was captured by the surveillance, which occurred in November, December and January.
“I recently confirmed on numerous occasions the intelligence community incidentally collected intelligence,” Nunes said.
Unbelievable! I want to know this! FBI Director Comey said President Trump and his Team were not surveilled. Why did Comey lie?
The other thing I want to know is the fact that the surveillance unmasked several individuals’ identities and were widely disseminated…IS THIS NOT THE LEAKING OF CLASSIFIED INFORMATION, WHICH IS A FELONY THAT CARRIES A TEN YEARS PRISON TERM?
THIS NEEDS TO BE EXPLAINED PRONTO TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, AND DIRECTOR COMEY NEED TO GIVE A PRESS CONFERENCE ON THIS.
POOR JUDGE NAPOLITANO LOST HIS JOB AT FOX BECAUSE HE SAID THIS OCCURRED.
THIS HAD BETTER BE EXPLAINED SOON.
House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday that the U.S. intelligence community collected multiple conversations involving members of Donald Trump’s transition team after he won the election last year.
He said the intercepts appear to be legal and weren’t targeted at the transition team or related to agencies’ probes of Russian efforts to influence the election. But he said he was troubled by the collection — which he said was part of unrelated foreign surveillance — and the fact that the intelligence community reported the names of transition team members internally.
“I’m actually alarmed by it,” Nunes said.
“I guess it all depends on the definition of spying,” Nunes added. “But clearly I have a concern.”
He said he expects to learn more on Friday. His panel asked U.S. intelligence agencies for details on members of Trump’s team whose communications may have been intercepted by U.S. spy agencies.
JUDGE NAPOLITANO NEEDS HIS JOB BACK. THIS VINDICATES HIM.
by Pamela Williams