New Reports Creates Further Questions About Trump Claims

In a recent Substack report, journalist Matt Taibbi details information from multiple sources claiming that the Obama administration’s CIA, under John Brennan, had a hand in pushing the false narrative of Trump-Russia collusion during the 2016 election.

Former President Trump often said he was being spied on and yet the media continued with their false narrative.

The report also alleges that foreign intelligence services were asked to target the campaign and that at least 26 individuals were placed under surveillance without proper authorization.

The information gathered by Taibbi and his team paints a troubling picture of potential political espionage and raises serious questions about the integrity of our intelligence agencies. This is not a partisan issue, but rather a concern for all Americans who value fair and free elections and the rule of law.

On “Jesse Watters Primetime,” host Jesse Watters covered the contents of the report stating, “Foreign spies didn’t ‘discover’ evidence of Trump-Russia collusion and turn it over to the feds. Foreign spies were ‘assigned’ by Obama’s CIA to create a false impression of collusion; to trigger an FBI counterintelligence investigation. Obama’s CIA worked with Hillary’s foreign agents in London to hatch the hoax, which led to the FBI investigation, the illegal wiretapping, the [Gen.] Mike Flynn sting…”

Numerous sources have confirmed that there is a 10-inch binder of information at the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, which outlines this alleged political espionage campaign. If true, it would be a serious violation of election-related laws and call into question the actions of those involved.

In light of these revelations, it is concerning that the scope of John Durham’s investigation, the special counsel tasked with looking into the origins of the Trump-Russia collusion narrative, did not extend in this particular direction.

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