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  • REPORT: Obama used national security to spy on Americans opposed to Islamic terrorists

    REPORT: Obama used national security to spy on Americans opposed to Islamic terrorists

    We know when Obamagate ended, but we don’t know when the policy of spying on Americans began. The tangled roots of the domestic surveillance of political opponents by the NSA predate the alarmism about Russia. Tracing them back into the fetid swamp takes us not toward Moscow, but to Tehran.

    H/T: FrontPage Magazine

    According to the article, the focus of spying by the Obama administration morphed from the original goal of preventing a potential Israeli attack on Iran, to one of aiding a “political campaign to win the domestic argument to aid Iran and legalize its nuclear program.”

    The Iran Deal ushered in a surveillance shift from monitoring the former allies that Obama wanted to toss overboard, to monitoring Americans who were friendly to those governments, and then leading members of the political opposition, and finally members of an incoming administration. Obama and his associates had redefined national security as the pursuit of his dangerous foreign policy, and the new national security threats were administration critics who were surveilled in order to entrap them.

    Surveillance had morphed from spying on Obama’s political opponents to conspiring to lock them up.

    General Flynn had been a key opponent of the Iran policy, as detailed by Lee Smith in How Russiagate Began With Obama’s Iran Deal Domestic Spying Campaign. Flynn’s arrival not only threatened the Iran Deal, but the politicized intelligence agencies that had been covering for Iran even during the Bush days. Beyond protecting the Iran Deal and Obama’s legacy, the fake intelligence machine was defending itself.

    Flynn had already been forced out once. His return wasn’t supposed to happen and was seen as a threat.

    According to OAN, Obama officials have been caught advising Iran how to defeat U.S. foreign policy. New reports are shedding light on the role the Obama administration is currently playing in regards to the conflict between the U.S. and Iran. One America's Jack Posobiec has the details.


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