List Of Countries That Spied On Trump Campaign Grows

Being President of the United States means that whoever sits in that chair behind the Resolute Desk (and it hasn’t moved from the Oval Office in decades) gets to see all the intelligence reports he or she could possibly want.

That is the crux of the matter in the ugly episode of American history coming to be known as SPYGATE. What started out as the possibility that the Russians may have spied on the Trump for President campaign in 2016, has morphed into just about everyone who wanted to hang onto power, real or imagined, spying on the president and his people.

On Wednesday evening during an interview with Sean Hannity, President Donald Trump added another nation to the list of the guilty.

Sean Hannity: One good question I want answered is did Italy, did Great Britain, did Australia, were they outsourced intelligence gathering, high ranking people, not rank and file, to spy on American citizens and circumvent American laws?

President Trump: And Ukraine! Take a look at Ukraine! How come the FBI didn’t take the server. Podesta told them to get out. So how come the FBI didn’t take the server from the DNC?

At this point, now that Ukraine has been added to the list (Hannity left out Canada, New Zealand and Russia from his list) the question does need to be asked how that nation fits in and how is it related to the Democrat National Committee’s server?

Talk about circles within spirals and wheels within wheels. This is the mind doing windmills in real time.

This is getting to be ridiculous. Time is being wasted in an attempt to overthrow a duly elected president and his administration which is making inroads into decades of destruction of the United States, at the very least. At this point, we should be able to call it what it is.

Too bad the mainstream media won’t do the same.

 

 

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