Barack Obama has no intentions of riding off into the sunset and allowing the American people to heal and fix the messes he created.
He plans to build a shadow government to take down President Trump by getting him impeached.
Mark Levin sees the writing on the wall and is urging Congress to investigate Obama’s secret coup against President Trump.
Radio host Mark Levin took advantage of his Thursday to point out the transparent moves made by President Barack Obama’s administration in its last months to harm Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and after that, his newly settled administration.
Levin labeled Obama’s attempts as “police state” ways, and implied that Obama’s moves are the enemy here as opposed to conspiracy theories about presumed Russian involvement in the presidential election to help Trump and that it should be the aim of an congressional investigation.
Drawing used as examples the New York Times and the Washington Post, and Levin elaborated on the case against Obama until now, based on what is already transparently publicized. The segment you’ll further read is a broadened version of that case, in which events that Levin failed to mention particularly but are crucial to the whole picture.
Firstly, in June 2016 there was the FISA request. The Obama administration filed a request with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) to oversee communications around Donald Trump and numerous advisers. The request surprisingly got denied.
In July there was the whole Russia thing. Wikileaks published emails from the Democratic National Committee that clearly show an attempt to prevent Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) from getting the presidential nomination. At a press conference, Donald Trump spoke of Hillary Clinton’s own missing emails, saying: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.” That point became the foundation for accusations by Clinton and the media that Trump interfered with more hacking.
Thirdly, in October there were the Podesta emails. In October, Wikileaks released the emails of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta and continuing so, creating new daily scandals. The Clinton campaign pointed their finger at Trump and the Russians.
Fourthly, in October there was the FISA request. The Obama administration submitted a brand new, shallow request to the FISA court, now pointing out a computer server in Trump Tower alleged to have ties to Russian banks. After there were no evidence everything segued. The Obama administration at the moment is overseeing a opposing presidential campaign with the high-tech surveillance capacity of the federal intelligence services.
More so, in January 2017 there was the Buzzfeed/CNN dossier. Buzzfeed released and CNN reported, a certain intelligence “dossier” compiled by some foreign ex spy. It shows unbroken link between Russia and the Trump campaign, and states that the Russians have compromising intel on Trump. Of course, none of the allegations could be confirmed and some are even proven to be fake.
In January, too Obama expanded NSA sharing. As Michael Walsh after that noted, and as the New York Times reported, the Obama administration that was soon to be former “expanded the power of the National Security Agency to share globally intercepted personal communications with the government’s 16 other intelligence agencies before applying privacy protections.”
Also in January the Times report showed up. The New York Times reported, during the evening of Inauguration Day, that couple of agencies, such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Treasury Department are overseeing numerous associates of the Trump campaign thought to have ties with Russian. Other news outlets reported on the occurring of “a multi agency working group to coordinate investigations across the government,” though which is uncertain how they found out, due to the fact the investigations would have been latent and packed with classified information.
Later in February, there was the Mike Flynn scandal. Reports popped out of everywhere that said the FBI intercepted a conversation in 2016 between soon to be National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, then only a private citizen and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Allegedly, the intercept was a segment of everyday spying on the ambassador, and not overseeing the Trump campaign.
The FBI transcripts allegedly show the two revolting Obama’s freshly implemented sanctions on Russia, though Flynn earlier refusing to admit the conversation on them. Sally Yates, the man who Trump would after that fire as acting Attorney General for insubordination, has a part in the investigation. Ultimately, Flynn resigns due to misleading Vice President Mike Pence regarding the subject of the discussion.
On top of that, in February the Times claimed broad Russian contacts. The New York Times noted “four current and former American officials” for reporting that the Trump campaign had “repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials.” The Trump campaign refused the allegations and the Times admits that there is “no evidence” of any sort of contact between the campaign and the Russians. The White House and parts of the congressional Republicans start to wonder about illegal intelligence leaks.
Last but not least, in March the Washington Post targeted Jeff Sessions. The Washington Post reported that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had contacted two times with the Russian ambassador at the time of the campaign, once at a Heritage Foundation event and the other time during a meeting in Sessions’s Senate office. The Post implied that the two meetings are not compatible with Sessions’s testimony at his confirmation hearings that he had no involvement with the Russians, even though in context (not clarified by the Post) with which he meant in his obligations given by the campaign, and that he was answering to claims in the “dossier” of contacts in the moment.
The New York Times, in hiding the story, mentioning that the Obama White House “rushed to preserve” intelligence connected to potential Russian ties with the Trump campaign. Through “preserve” in reality refers to “disseminate”: officials enforce the evidence through different government agencies “to leave a clear trail of intelligence for government investigators” and probably the media too.
All this compiled, Levin labeled an attempt of a a “silent coup” by the Obama administration and asked that it get congressionally investigated.