Former President Donald Trump recalls the “moment he knew for sure” DNC operatives were spying on him in an interview with Glen Beck.
During a Tuesday interview with Trump, Beck, a conservative talk show host, asked when he knew he was being spied on and how he knew for sure.
“I think it was a combination of things,” Trump responded, “but I tell you, the world blew up [when spying allegations were floated during a 2016 television program].”
The Western Journal reports that during the 2016 campaign, “somebody suggested on a television show that then-President Barack Obama’s White House was spying on the Trump campaign.”
“I felt there was something strange going on, really strange, and I just put it out,” Trump told Beck.
“I got a call like two minutes later from the head of communications saying … ‘the wires are burning up. They’re smoking.'” The spike in phone activity was particularly unusual because it was a Saturday.
Trump has no doubts regarding what prompted the increased chatter:
“And now I know why,” Trump asserted, “because, they said, ‘Oh my God, they caught us.'”
Trump asserts that corrupt FBI officials under the Obama administration coordinated an investigation in the summer of 2016 to determine if Trump’s campaign was working with the Russian government to win the 2016 presidential election.
In October 2020, then-Attorney General William Barr appointed U.S. Attorney John Durham to investigate the origins of the Russia probe, which was wrought with many anomalies.
Barr claimed the Obama administration was spying on Trump and demanded to know why.
Several years into his thorough investigation, Durham is now beginning to release indictments. His office has recently indicted Michael Sussman, and Igor Danchenko. Two years previously, when he was still just a US Attorney for Connecticut and had not yet been designated a Special Counsel, Durham indicted Kevin Clinesmith.
Sussman was an attorney with the Perkins Coie, a law firm with ties to the DNC and the Clinton campaign. Clinesmith is a former FBI attorney, and Danchenko has been referred to as a Democratic operative.
According to a Monday report on Fox News, former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe told Durham he believed his office had passed on “enough evidence” to support the indictments of “multiple people” in relation to the origins of the Russia probe.
Fox News notes that Ratcliffe’s office provided Durham with more than 1,000 pages of material by October 2020.
“Sources pointed to one key piece of declassified intelligence revealing that intelligence community officials within the CIA forwarded an investigative referral on Hillary Clinton purportedly approving ‘a plan concerning U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers hampering U.S. elections as a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server,'” the report noted.
On Friday, Durham filed a document with the court stating the Clinton campaign plotted to infiltrate computer servers at Trump Tower and later, at the White House, to establish an “inference” and “narrative” linking Trump to Russia.
Durham’s report asserts that information was then passed on to the FBI by Sussmann.
Durham’s report expressly exonerates Trump:
“The Special Counsel’s Office has identified no support for these allegations” of wrongdoing by Trump, Durham noted in the court filing.
Referencing an informant that aided in the investigation, Durham’s report noted that the tech executive familiar with spying operation “indicated that he was seeking to please certain ‘VIPs,’ referring to individuals at Law Firm-1 and the Clinton campaign.”
The WSJ reports that “Law Firm-1” is unnamed in the filing but is “described as ‘a large international law firm that was then serving as counsel to the Clinton Campaign.’ That describes Perkins Coie,” the report asserts.
The question is: Was one of these VIPs Hillary Clinton?
In October 2016, Clinton tweeted at least twice her support of the false narratives as DNC operatives in her employ attempted to smear Trump before the election.
Years of ‘fact-checks’ by mainstream news media claiming the former President was wrong when he said he and his campaign were spied on (which Trump termed ‘fake news’) have now been proven to be false.
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