Klayman Blasts Agency Surveillance of Trump White House

Great interview with Klayman. He really lays out the deep state corruption we’re faced with.

Obama’s rule changes opened door for NSA intercepts of Americans to reach political hands

As his presidency drew to a close, Barack Obama’s top aides routinely reviewed intelligence reports gleaned from the National Security Agency’s incidental intercepts of Americans abroad, taking advantage of rules their boss relaxed starting in 2011 to help the government better fight terrorism, espionage by foreign enemies and hacking threats, Circa has learned.
Dozens of times in 2016, those intelligence reports identified Americans who were directly intercepted talking to foreign sources or were the subject of conversations between two or more monitored foreign figures. Sometimes the Americans’ names were officially unmasked; other times they were so specifically described in the reports that their identities were readily discernible. Among those cleared to request and consume unmasked NSA-based intelligence reports about U.S. citizens were Obama’s national security adviser Susan Rice, his CIA Director John Brennan and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Some intercepted communications from November to January involved Trump transition figures or foreign figures’ perceptions of the incoming president and his administration. Intercepts involving congressional figures also have been unmasked occasionally for some time.
The NSA is expected to turn over logs as early as this week to congressional committees detailing who consumed reports with unmasked Americans’ identities from their intercepts since the summer of 2016.

circa.com/politics/barack-obama-changed-how-nsa-intercepts-of-americans-like-donald-trump-could-be-shared
And one more. Evidence is mounting.
Andrew Napolitano returns to Fox, defends British spying claim

Judge Andrew Napolitano returned to Fox News Wednesday as contributor after a being taken off air for several days, and he stood by his previous claim that British intelligence was asked by the Obama administration to spy on then-President-elect Trump.
“Yes, I do and the sources stand by it,” Napolitano said when asked if he’s sticking by the story. “And the American public needs to know more about this rather than less because a lot of the government surveillance authority will expire in the fall and there will be a great debate about how much authority we want the government to have to surveil us, and the more the American public knows about this the more informed their and the Congress’ decision will be.”
He added that “a lot more is going to come” on the issue.

www.washingtonexaminer.com/napolitano-defends-british-spying-claim/article/2618754
h/t I.W.

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