Sebastian Gorka: Shocking Trump Russia Investigation Memo Just the Beginning; Calls for Scandal to Be Named #ObamaGate

Former Trump administration official Dr. Sebastian Gorka posted several tweets early Friday morning (EST) commenting on the summary memo about the Obama administration’s involvement with the Trump-Russia investigation that has sparked outrage among Congressmen who have seen the secret memo by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Gorka said his sources are telling him the corruption was government wide and that the ensuing scandal should be called “ObamaGate”

Dr. Sebastian Gorka, screen image.

Gorka wrote, keying off a controversial March 4, 2017 tweet by President Donald Trump, “My sources tell me tonight that the “nuclear” memo is just the beginning. By the end of it all, the tapping of candidate @realDonaldTrump’s phone will be the least of the Left’s problems. #ObamaGate”

Gorka followed with, “The corruption was government wide. The CORRECT name for this storm is: #ObamaGate
Use nothing else online. RT this Tweet. And lay siege your representatives by phone starting at 9AM Friday. Demand they release the memo.”

Gorka concluded with, “#ObamaGate will reverberate all the way up to and THROUGH November 2018.”

Gorka posted several other tweets and retweets late Thursday and early Friday on the memo. More:

“When the ghastly Truth is revealed we will all owe @DevinNunes a massive debt of gratitude. Not all heroes are found on a battlefield.

Gorka also retweeted video comments by two shocked congressmen who have read the secret memo, Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) who are among those calling for the memo’s release to the public.

Gorka retweeted a video clip from an interview then President Barack Obama gave in 2016 guaranteeing “no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Dept. or the FBI.”

Let’s see if that’s true. Release the memo.

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