BREAKING: Investigation Into Obama Wiretapping Donald Trump Just Blown Wide Open!

BREAKING: Young FOX News Host DEAD, Here's What We Know Right Now

Just this morning President Trump went on to Twitter to accuse former President Obama of wiretapping him during his presidential campaign. He wrote that it was Trump Tower and his New York City offices that were wiretapped.

The mainstream liberal media exploded as a result and nobody can stop talking about it.

Now people are harkening back to the times of President Nixon and Watergate.

Senator Ben Sasse released a statement that he wishes there to be a Congressional and Senatorial Investigation into any potential wiretappings. See his published statement here,

The President’s allegations come at a time when Congressional Democrats are ramping up the heat against the Trump administration for what they say is potential ties to Russia despite having no proof. Insane Democrats are also accusing Michael Flynn, Jeff Sessions, and Rex Tillerson of colluding with Russians.

The former President’s spokesman said the allegations of wiretapping are simply false and have no evidence to support such outrageous claims. Trump has said that questions over his ties to Russia are nothing more than an attempt to oust him from power after Democrats lost all three branches of government. It appears these recent allegations on Trump’s part are perhaps in retaliation.

Kevin Lewis, an Obama era spokesman, told the media that,

Neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any U.S. citizen. Any suggestion otherwise is simply false.”

Lewis maintained that one of Obama’s cardinal rules was not to interfere with the investigations at the Department of Justice. If these allegations have evidence and merit they should absolutely be independently investigated. What Lewis left out is telling, also. He left out that those loyal to Obama in the FBI or other intel agencies may have obtained an order from FISA to tap Trump’s campaign office.

The FBI’s counter-intelligence arm rewrote a FISA request last year after the original one to wiretap Trump’s offices was denied. The second request to wiretap Trump’s offices was approved. The person in charge of the wing of the FBI that rewrote the request is Michael B. Steinbach, the Executive Assistant Director, National Security Branch. In 2016 Steinbach refused to appear before House lawmakers to answer why the Obama administration was scrubbing references to Islamic terrorism from government documents.

Via the Washington Free Beacon:

Top officials from the Justice Department and FBI declined to appear on Capitol Hill to answer questions from lawmakers about domestic terror attacks and an administration policy of scrubbing references to Islamic terrorism and similar terms from government materials, lawmakers said.

Senator Ted Cruz spoke of the refusal to appear.

“I would like nothing more than to speak with a government official about these bizarre decisions and omissions, especially in light of the most recent terrorist attack in Orlando by a radicalized man who had been interviewed three times by the FBI,” Cruz said.

“Indeed, this subcommittee invited two such witnesses: John P. Carlin, an assistant attorney general for the Department of Justice’s National Security Division, and Michael B. Steinbach, the executive assistant director for the FBI’s National Security Branch,” he said. “Both have refused to appear.”

Perhaps Steinbach is the Obama lackey behind the wiretap requests considering he did his bidding in the past and refused to even answer to Congress.

If Trump is being truthful, the evidence will likely come to the spotlight soon. Considering he is not a man to easily let go of the betrayals of others.

Jeff Rainforth also contributed to this story.

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