On Sunday, President Trump tweeted that Obama had his phone lines tapped prior to the election.
Obviously, the Democratic party wanted to find something they could use against him in order to prop up the floundering Hillary and win the election.
Obama’s response to this was both clear, and extremely murky. He made it clear that he had plausible deniability, however, he left a whole lot open to interpretation. About what his staff may or may not have done, on behalf of himself, or possibly those in his party, with or without his knowledge.
There are a few little problems with that statement. Here’s the first of which:
We already know for sure that this claim that they never put a U.S. person under surveillance is a lie.
The Obama administration is what someone with an actual grip on justice would call a “repeat offender.” So the powers that be might forgive us if we take former President Obama’s assurances for exactly what they are, empty words backed by a bad reputation.
Kellyanne Conway went on Fox and Friends to address the insanity of the left calling President Trump’s claims unsubstantiated:
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) March 6, 2017
Democrats seem to have subscribed to the principle that they should “deny deny deny, even when caught in the act” when it comes to their indiscretions. Hopefully, stunts like this will make it clear to even the previously undecided Americans that the left CANNOT be trusted if you value the future of America.
(Source: Young Cons)