Intelligence Sources Reveal: Obama Used British Agents For Trump Wire Tap Surveillance

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While President Obama has vehemently denied issuing direct orders to the Justice Department or other domestic agencies to monitor President Trump during the 2016 election campaign, it is common knowledge that the National Security Agency has the ability to access video and audio from any number of devices in real time. In fact, according to Edward Snowden and documented in the recently released Snowden motion picture, U.S. spy agencies can simply flip a switch to watch or listen in on anything going on in a particular room by turning on a particular device’s cameras and microphones.

Here’s how it works:

The technology is real, but according to legal scholars, would have been illegal to use on Donald Trump or his surrogates without a warrant or probable cause indicating links to terrorist organizations.

But while domestic spy agencies like the NSA and CIA can’t actively monitor a citizen on U.S. soil, there is a very convenient work-around that has been used for over a decade to accomplish this task without technically breaking the law.

According to three intelligence sources who spoke with Judge Napolitano, this is exactly what President Obama did to then-candidate Donald Trump.

Steve Watson explains:

Three separate intelligence sources believe that former President Obama veered ‘outside the chain of command’ and employed British surveillance agents to conduct surveillance on Donald Trump’s team prior to the election, according to a legal analyst.


Judge Andrew Napolitano revealed on ‘Fox & Friends’ this morning that the sources spilled the details to him as the controversial case continues to dominate headlines.


Three intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Obama went outside the chain of command,” Napolitano said. “He didn’t use the NSA, he didn’t use the CIA, he didn’t use the FBI, and he didn’t use the Department of Justice.”


“He used GCHQ.” Napolitano explained.


“What the heck is GCHQ? That’s the initials for the British spying agency. They have 24/7 access to the NSA database.” The Judge explained.


Napolitano noted that this was done to secure plausible deniability. In other words, even if the Obama administration did spy on Trump, there may never be a way to prove it.


“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. ”Napolitano added.


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xythras's picture
xythras (not verified) Mar 15, 2017 10:29 AM
JLee2027's picture

Obama hated Israel, he would never have asked them

xythras's picture
xythras (not verified) JLee2027 Mar 15, 2017 10:31 AM

That's why the shit is out.

Only Mossad are good at keeping secrets. See 911, Fukushima, etc

NidStyles's picture

That's because Mossad kills loose ends.


(code for non-Jews)

froze25's picture

Looks like its all unraveling.

Belrev's picture

The full video with Judge Napolitano on Fox News is here. Interesting stuff.

BaBaBouy's picture

Soooo, Charge Omaba...?

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Mutual Defense Pact

You spy on my citizens plebs and I'll spy on yours.

Bastiat's picture

"Intelligence sources reveal . . . "  We want facts, testimony and prosecutions, not rumors. 

8774_44887's picture
8774_44887 (not verified) Bastiat Mar 15, 2017 11:01 AM

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Bastiat's picture

He's much worse than that--he was Clinton's "fixer" for the Waco massacre.

hedgeless_horseman's picture

Our hero reacts to live coverage of this fight between President Trump and President Obama.

MsCreant's picture

Bad form. No one has their guard up particularly well either. Lots of "wasted" effort in that. I speak literally and metaphorically.

Joe Davola's picture

Brits paying us back for snooping on Princess Diana?

Logan 5's picture
Logan 5 (not verified) Joe Davola Mar 15, 2017 2:53 PM

They were snooping on Dodi...


Anyway ~ nowadays, the only SNOOPING is done by a washed up rapper on Trump (in hopes to save a dying career which accomplished exactly nothing ~ cept maybe make some money for some jews)

espirit's picture

Long live the 'Queensmen'.

jeff montanye's picture

this clarifies the situation for me:

the brits gave it to the cia and they gave it to the traitor atty general and the traitor legacy media, etc.

i hope that, in time, president trump gains control of the armed forces of the u.s., all of them, especially investigative and clandestine, such that he can institute the rule of law.

doesn't really seem like a lot to ask but apparently . . . .

FrozenGoodz's picture

CNCB: AG Jeff Sessions says he did not give Trump reason to believe he's wiretapped


House Intelligence Chair: We don't have any evidence ... I don't think there was an actual tap of Trump Tower


... or buy the Fox News splice

The Joker's picture

Exactly.  This doesn't matter because deep stater Schiff has already concluded that" Trump needs to apologize as there is no evidence".

It doesn't matter what any news source says, it matters what Schiff and Nunes conclude.

jeff montanye's picture

the fact that a transcript of flynn's conversation with the russian ambassador exists, illegal unless fisa warrant and possibly two other very special cases, see is proof that the obama administration was, in fact, wiretapping the trump administration.  whether it was flynn's cell phone in the dominican republic or the one next to trump's bed in the tower is immaterial.  the central charge is correct.  the rest is just details.  

there is iron clad, cut in stone evidence and once again trump's opponents provided it.

thank you sally yates, you silly twit.

ExpendableOne's picture

So did Obambi apologize for removing the Churchhill bust as the price for this?  

Also, the question to ask is where did the transcripts originate from.  Whats the chain of custody?  Where's the warrant(s)?  Trump won't have the answer to any of that but, the Obambi justice dept, cia and nsa will.

espirit's picture

..."didn't see any evidence of wiretapping"...


Joe Davola's picture

OK, maybe a kick to the groin isn't always the "I win card".

philipat's picture

Actually this isn't new. It's illegal for the NSA to tap Americans and its illegal for GCHQ to tap Brits. So the easy answer was that GCHQ taps Americans and provides all the data to NSA (no longer technically illegal) and NSA reciprocates for GCHQ. Voila, problem solved....where there's a will, there's a way. Very sad.

jeff montanye's picture

actually that's not true, as i understand it.  the nsa, once it sees that the conversation involves a u.s. citizen, must "minimize" the data, see and that certainly excludes making the transcript public for purposes of fucking with the incoming, elected administration.  note that, unlike the obama administration, nothing the trump people did is actually illegal.  flynn was fired for misleading mike pence, not what trump wants, understandably, but hardly illegal.

note too that the russian ambassador says that he spoke with the clinton campaign staff during the election.  so there.

though they are so fucking irritating, we must be thankful for obama and clinton as they are seen as cruel fools by so many.

zippedydoodah's picture

Horseless Hog is using the most of his past $$$ contributions to ZH to spam whatever shit he wants.

As far up the thread as possible for as much exposure as possible.

HH - "I love myself and everything about me".

Manthong's picture

Oh… say it ain’t so.

The Kenyan former Keffir –in-Chief be doing the dirty down low like Rebind Mr. Right?

I am shocked… shocked I tell you.

nmewn's picture

Da chickenzah, are-a-comin-howwwmahhh, to rooostaaah!...lmmfao!!!

overbet's picture

If true, where is the outrage about them trying to interfere with our election?

OverTheHedge's picture

Let me guess - you write for Xythras?

swmnguy's picture

Alright, you the Tylers should ban with a quickness.  You're trying to impersonate a longtime and esteemed poster (resurrected) so we look at your stupid spam.

BetterRalph's picture

I don't know about you, but I've had quite enough of this treason from one end to the other. It's way past time for some people to see some military prisons.

Dugald's picture


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Oldwood's picture

And you are never going to have it.

What proof do we have on Trump? Anonymous sources "say"? But it sure seems to stick though, doesn't it.

It is still the lying media that will define what "proof" is. Like Dan Rather told us, fake "proof" does not change the validity of the "story".

jeff montanye's picture

eh, yes and no.  the monopoly on defining proof, on what is true, on how much shit we have to take off of israel, etc. is not quite the sole possession of the legacy media that it once was and the past election is proof.  many stories got traction in the alt media and were slightly and slowly acknowledged by the legacy folks.

nevertheless, using facebook and twitter, etc. the word got out to those who were curious and concerned.  and the statistically impossible, colossally fixed against result occurred.  what actual difference it will make in government policy remains to be seen.  but the revolution in the minds of the sheeple and quasi sheeple (me) is indelible.

and this is so just the beginning.

the new york times' consolidated revenues last year were half what they were ten years ago.  

in 2016, the combination of social networks and news websites and apps outdistanced cable tv news as the main source of information for voters.

and the beat(ing) goes on.

Yog Soggoth's picture

Napolitano is good enough for me. I wish there were at least 100 more. Facts? Puleeze.

Doom Porn Star's picture

Globalists don't perceive that the US and Britain are two different countries.

In their view it's just the firefighters from adjacent towns responding to an alarm.

Isn't that what good neighbors do?


froze25's picture

This is a good one too with project veritas interviewing a defender of a child rapist, this attorney represented a teacher for the NYC teachers union.

Bastiat's picture

This story is horrific but even filthy scum have a right to legal defense and client-attorney priviledge is fundamental.  Nothing in the story tells me the perp had any connection to the pizzagate slime.     

froze25's picture

i doubt he was connected to pizza Gate. But did the NYC Teachers Union have to pay for his defense? I doubt it. He could of paid for his own defense or got a court appointed attorney.

swmnguy's picture

An employee with negotiated contract rights exercised the rights in his contract?  Not seeing a problem here.  This is still America.  "Even a goddamn werewolf is entitled to legal counsel," as Hunter S. Thompson put it so eloquently.

JRobby's picture

The lone wolves they catch with regularity.

The well organized, "above the law" crowd, not so much.

jeff montanye's picture

but how soon we forget.  

george h.w. bush, not the cleanest most upstanding guy around (laughed giving gerald ford's eulogy when he got to the part about ford's helping the warren commission determine oswald acted alone) managed with william k black's help to jail hundreds of financial crisis, 1990 version, perps for serious time, unlike his son or this obama guy and his enforcers holder and lynch.

NidStyles's picture

Even filthy scum can die of smoke inhalation while sleeping.

83_vf_1100_c's picture

Teachers have been fucking HS students since the early 70s. I am still bummed I never got into the French teachers purple minidress. Now, with social media the dumbass teenagers (oxymoron) brag about it and teachers go to jail. I think most adult males fantasize about banging some hot little hardbelly girls but the smart ones think past the 5 minutes and imagine actually having to converse with after and jail time and suddenly the mother of your children looks much better.

swmnguy's picture

Oh, it's been going on a whole lot longer than that.  Try, "since the beginning of education."

We've just gotten a lot prissier about it since the early 70s.  Which I think is a good thing, but let's keep our perspective.  It's not a new thing, just because we just started talking about it.

Bastiat's picture

Yeah I was thinking:  70AD or 70BC?  How about ever since homo erectus?

But the knife puts it in a different category all together.

swmnguy's picture

OK, well, yeah.  That's totally different.

That too has been going on since knives, and must be rooted out ruthlessly of course.

unsafe-space-time's picture

Most teachers and students used to be male so there was actual education and intelligent thought going on unless you were in a pederast society.