It’s obvious Barack Obama didn’t want Donald Trump to become President of the United States.
Obama has shown true disdain for Trump and even mocked him by saying he would never become President.
But what Obama’s FBI did to the Trump campaign is truly terrifying.
When examining the forces working against Donald Trump, it’s miraculous he became President at all.
Shortly after winning office, Trump tweeted that his campaign had been spied on by Obama.
The mainstream media scoffed at Trump’s remarks.
But Trump was proven right, so the media had to manipulate the story and start downplaying the spying efforts.
And the rabbit hole runs deep.
After chiding Trump for his claims, the left had to change their narrative.
Yes, the Obama administration ran surveillance on the Trump campaign, but they did it to “protect” him.
This is precisely what Obama’s Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said on The View.
First of all, that’s preposterous.
If intelligence agencies were trying to protect Trump from so-called unsavory characters, they would’ve alerted him to the activity.
Instead, they did the opposite.
Every thread of evidence suggests the FBI was actively working against Trump.
In April 2017, FISA court judge Rosemary Collyer released a 99-page, heavily redacted report taking the FBI and NSA to task for continuous violations.
The NSA had been conducting prohibited database searches and the FBI was distributing intelligence data to “private contractors” within its bureaucracy.
All of this occurred under Obama’s watch.
Prior to Judge Collyer’s ruling, John Carlin—the head of the DOJ’s National Security Division—resigned, conveniently shielding himself from an inquiry by the Inspector General.
Furthermore, the FBI secured a FISA warrant to spy on low-level Trump aide Carter Page based on the dubious opposition research known as the “Steele dossier” which was funded by Hillary Clinton.
But that wasn’t the only attempt to approach Page.
Stefan Halper, a CIA asset and known FBI informant, allegedly enticed Page with Hillary Clinton’s emails.
Halper also attempted to curry favor with top Trump adviser Sam Clovis, but was unsuccessful.
Now it appears Halper is in the wind.
And the FBI’s connections to the Trump campaign go even deeper.
Former Trump campaign volunteer George Papadopoulos was sentenced to a whopping 14 days in jail for providing false statements to special counsel Robert Mueller.
Papadopoulos allegedly received information from a professor named Joseph Mifsud that the Russians had damaging emails on Hillary Clinton.
Mifsud supposedly had connections to Russia, but his lawyer Stephan Roh suggested otherwise.
During a recent interview on Fox News with Tucker Carlson, Papadopoulos said, “New information has come out recently from [Mifsud’s] lawyer and what his lawyer is telling the world is that this person…was not working at the behest of Russia…He was under the guidance of the FBI.”
Papadopoulos’s comments are buttressed by the fact that Roh published a book called, “The Faking of Russia-Gate: The Papadopoulos Case.”
Like Halper, Mifsud is also in the wind.
A twisty John Le Carré novel is unfolding in front of everyone’s eyes.
And it gets even twistier.
The man who alerted the FBI of Papadopoulos’s alleged connections was an Australian diplomat named Alexander Downer.
In 2006, Downer signed off on a $25 million dollar donation from the Australian government to the Clinton Foundation.
The FBI under Obama’s purview was clearly in the bag for Hillary Clinton.
If these sprawling connections weren’t bad enough, the candid camera recording of the tarmac meeting between former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton provided further evidence.
Lynch was chatting up Bill while Hillary was under investigation for her email scandal.
Lynch soon told FBI Director James Comey to refer to the scandal as a “matter.”
And thus Hillary walked away clean, despite clear felonious activity, because she was supposed to be Obama’s successor.
Comey’s underlings at the FBI were equally compromised.
Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired for malfeasance at the request of the independent Inspector General.
High-ranking FBI agent Peter Strzok was also fired after scores of text messages to his mistress, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, were unearthed.
The two discussed their ire at the idea of a Trump presidency.
Strzok assured Page via text that they had an “insurance policy” to “stop it” from happening.
This all makes one think Trump was being too kind when he said he was spied on.
The tangled web of intelligence agents and assets suggest Trump was the target of a full-on coup.