Back in March 2017 President Trump tweeted about Barack Obama’s illegal spying on the Trump campaign in 2016.
POTUS Trump posted this in March.
How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017
Nearly a year later we know that the FBI was spying on Trump Tower during the election.
Trump was right.
Obama WAS spying on candidate Trump!
This week Congress released a text message reportedly between corrupt FBI lovers and former Mueller investigators implicating former President Barack Obama in the Obamagate scandal!
This is bad news for Democrats and their dishonest mainstream media.
The truth is getting out there…
Americans overwhelmingly believe Barack Obama illegally spied on Donald Trump during the election.
And that is WHILE the mainstream conspiracy news completely blanked on its coverage of the recent findings.
A clear majority of 55 percent believe it is “likely” that the Obama administration “improperly surveilled the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.” That includes 31 percent of Democrats, 87 percent of Republicans, and 55 percent of Independents.
A clear majority of 54 percent want a special counsel to investigate “whether the FBI and the Department of Justice improperly surveilled the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election.” Only 44 percent said no. The partisan breakdown shows that 74 percent of Republicans and 50 percent of Independents want a special counsel — as do a full 44 percent of Democrats.
In this particular poll, one fairly positive result for the FBI and Justice Department is that only 35 percent believe these institutions attempted to outright frame President Trump for colluding with the Russians.
A just-released Rasmussen poll, however, shows that a full 50 percent of Americans “believe it’s at least somewhat likely senior federal law enforcement officials broke the law in an effort to prevent Donald Trump from winning the presidency.” Only 40 percent disagree.