American Intelligence Agencies are set to testify that there was no Warrant issued by the FISA Court or anybody else to wiretap Trump Tower. Therefore, it didn’t occur. But wait just one minute. President Obama could have ordered this wiretap himself. He had the power. But his request would have left a paper trail that could point to him. He couldn’t have that. But all NSA’s taps are shared with British Intelligence and through British Intelligence Obama could spy on Trump leaving no trail behind.
Judge Napolitano says British intelligence provided Obama admin with surveillance data on Trump Tower phone conversations
In a startling segment on the Fox News program The First 100 Days, Judge Andrew Napolitano told viewers that there will be no paper trail linking President Obama to any surveillance of telephone calls in Trump Tower during the presidential transition period. (President Obama called it “wiretapping” even though no wires were involved.) The reason is that British intelligence had access to NSA surveillance data – which captures every phone call in the United States – and were able to provide such intelligence to President Obama without a FISA court warrant or any other paper trail that would expose an American intelligence agency that used the same NSA data. Click here to see the segment in which he explained the scheme, or watch it below:
SEE NAPOLITANO AT 12:50 IN THIS VIDEO BELOW:
Note that just as the New York Times does when offering leaks from intelligence sources, no names are attached to the leaks. They are an anonymous source for Fox News and Judge Napolitano.
Nevertheless, such a scheme makes great sense. It is widely rumored that such arrangements are common among intelligence services to work around limitations their own governments impose on them.
Monica Showalter comments:
This would explain the slightly frosty relations between Trump and [British P.M.] May. One wonders what the Brits thought they would get out of this. Talk about not acting in one’s national interest! So they pleased Obama, who treated them like dirt.
If the judge is correct, there will no paper trail at all, so Trump’s charges will be dismissed as a fantasy. It is a nice con game for deep staters.
It is still not provable, and absent a defector from the British or American intelligence services, the public will never know.
Fox News Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano claimed “three intelligence sources” say President Obama looked to British spy agency GCHQ to obtain transcripts of conversations involving President Donald Trump on “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday.
Napolitano said, “[T]hree intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Obama went outside the chain of command. He didn’t use the NSA. He didn’t use the CIA. He didn’t use the FBI, and he didn’t use Department of Justice. He used GCHQ. What the heck is GCHQ? That’s the initials for the British spying agency. They have 24/7 access to the NSA database. So by simply having two people go to them saying, ‘President Obama needs transcripts of conversations involving candidate Trump, conversations involving president-elect Trump,’ he’s able to get it, and there’s no American fingerprints on this.”
Judge Napolitano Doesn’t Believe We’ll Ever Find Obama ‘Fingerprints’ on Trump Surveillance—For Alarming Reason
Judge Andrew Napolitano says there’s a good possibility that the American people will never discover the extent to which President Obama was involved in the “wiretapping” or surveillance of Donald Trump, the candidate.
But here’s the stunning reason why.
Napolitano told “Fox and Friends” that sources in the intelligence community told him that President Obama did not request the surveillance by NSA, CIA, FBI, or by the Justice Department because a record would be kept.
Napolitano says that certain intelligence agencies around the world have access to caches of data from phone and communications…
…And that British intelligence had access to Trump’s communications.
Napolitano claims his sources say Obama “went outside the chain of command” and got transcripts from the Brits so as not to leave a record.
That’s the shot, now here’s the chaser: Napolitano says the British intelligence official who gave Obama the information resigned three days after Trump took office.
Ironically, as The New York Times reports, before he left office, President Obama loosened the rules to give more people access to classified materials which is believed by some to be why there have been so many intelligence-related leaks since Trump took office.