According to a revelation by Real Clear Investigations Senior Correspondent Paul Sperry, during President Trump’s first term in office, an undisclosed federal agency may have been snooping on the president and his family.
Sperry stated in a brief statement that “Another major Cabinet department collected sensitive info on Trump & his family during his presidency, despite having no power to do so.” Sperry’s message was uploaded to X, formerly known as Twitter. Details will follow.
Trump has historically insisted that Hillary Clinton and radical left power players “spied” on his campaign in 2016. This spring, the long-awaited report from Special Counsel John Durham appeared to strongly confirm the president’s claim.
The special counsel claimed in 2022, prior to Durham’s last filing, that Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign spied on President Trump by hacking into servers at Trump Tower and later the White House.
Notwithstanding Durham’s incriminating findings, Hillary has mostly escaped judicial inquiry despite the very alarming charges of spying on a U.S. president who is still in office.
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Paul Sperry recently published an article on RCI that explained the FBI’s alleged wrongful use of FISA applications to spy on President Trump’s former advisor, Carter Page, between 2016 and 2017. He reported that the FBI had justified their spying by using a “verified” rumor that Trump was cooperating with the Kremlin in 2016 to “swing the election in Trump’s favor.”
However, on the heels of the final Durham report, Americans are now aware that the government “possessed no verified intelligence reflecting that Trump or the Trump campaign was involved in a conspiracy or collaborative relationship with officials of the Russian government.”
In spite of this dearth of proof, the FBI began its infamous Crossfire Hurricane investigation in 2016. The now-debunked myth that President Trump was conspiring with Russian companies was vigorously perpetuated by numerous mainstream media sites, most notably by then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.