Democrats are in an uproar because Trump tweets truth about their treason.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump announced that his campaign was being spied upon and accused Democrats of the spying.
Every Democrat from Obama on down the line denied the spying allegation and labeled Trump as being paranoid.
Eventually, it was revealed that Trump was right about the spying, and Democrats tried to say it was justified.
Then we learn that their justification was based on an unverified dossier that was illegally used to obtain the FISA warrant to allow the spying.
Knowing there was no evidence to warrant the spying, one can’t help but believe it was all part of the Democrat’s treasonous efforts to defeat Trump and then to undermine his presidency.
Washington Examiner – Trump says those who ‘spied’ on his campaign should be convicted of treason – President Trump said court-ordered FBI surveillance of his 2016 presidential campaign was treason and those connected to it should serve long prison sentences.
“A really bad situation,” Trump tweeted Friday. “TREASON means long jail sentences, and this was TREASON!”
FBI Director Chris Wray said earlier this month he did not consider the surveillance to be “spying” and he had no evidence the bureau illegally surveilled Trump’s campaign during its investigation into potential collusion between the campaign and Russia…
To be honest, the treason behind the illegal spying of the Trump campaign is just one of a long list of treasonous acts committed by Barack Obama and his campaign.
When Obama defied Congress to give terrorist run Egypt their frozen assets and allow the sale of fighter jets that had been blocked by Congress, that was an act of treason, because the Egyptian regime had been recorded saying that America and Israel needed to be destroyed.
When the Obama administration sold 20% of America’s uranium supply to a known enemy nation, that, as defined by the US Constitution, is an act of treason.
And Democrats have the gall to say that because Trump is obeying and following the Constitution that America is a constitutional crisis.
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