Spygate: Deep State Officials Clapper and Comey Feeling the Heat

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Former Obama intelligence chiefs James Clapper and James Comey are starting to feel the pressure as more information comes to light about moles planted in the Trump campaign in 2016 for the purpose of political spying. Disgraced former Attorney General Eric Holder publicly urged the Department of Justice to defy President Trump’s request for an investigation related to the infiltration of his campaign in 2016.

James Clapper says it was “a good thing” if the FBI had an informant “observing” the Trump campaign.

 

Victoria Toensing reveals the story about how Stefan Halper, a professor from Cambridge who is suspected of trying to spy on the Trump campaign, approached a low-level Trump aide, Carter Page, in order to get close to Sam Clovis, a senior Trump advisor.

Attorney Joe DiGenova says that Obama was aware of the FBI spying on the Trump campaign.

Joe DiGenova says former CIA head John Brennan will face a grand jury.

 

 

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