Trump spy claims vindicated yet again. --->
Red pill author and journalist Mike Cernovich confirmed on 4/3 that ex-President Obama’s National Security adviser Susan Rice was responsible for “unmasking” Donald Trump prior to the election.
“Unmasking” is the process of identifying individuals whose communications were caught in the dragnet of intelligence gathering. While conducting investigations into terrorism and other related crimes, intelligence analysts incidentally capture conversations about parties not subject to the search warrant. The identities of individuals who are not under investigation are kept confidential, for legal and moral reasons. Medium.com
In fact, Fox News reporter Adam Housley revealed that Obama’s surveillance efforts began prior to Trump claiming the Republican nomination:
Our sources: This surveillance that led to the unmasking of private names of American citizens started before Trump was the GOP nominee.
— Adam Housley (@adamhousley) March 31, 2017
Obama reportedly changed “unmasking” rules in 2011 to “better fight terrorism.” He then gave authorization to his National Security adviser Susan Rice to “unmask” those who had been surveilled.
Also of note is the fact New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman has been sitting on this story in order to protect Obama’s reputation.
Fox News’ Adam Housley claimed that the surveillance program had nothing to do with national security and everything to do with politics. The Obama administration essentially allied with the shadow government to embarrass Trump.
Leftist fake news outlets immediately mocked the president following his wiretap tweets, claiming he published them without evidence. Susan Rice herself penned an editorial on The Washington Post smearing the Trump administration.
It’s worth noting that WaPo is one of many news organizations that colluded with the Clinton campaign last year.
In what was an apparent lie, Susan Rice said she “knew nothing” about “unmasking” Trump in an interview two weeks before being identified by Cernovich.
Furthermore, The New York Times’ own reporting indicates that the president’s wiretap assertion was accurate: