Mark Levin: 'The Evidence is Overwhelming' Obama Admin Spied on TrumpChris Menahan
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Radio host Mark Levin said Sunday on Fox and Friends there is "overwhelming" evidence the Obama administration spied on Trump.
"The evidence is overwhelming," Levin said. "This is not about President Trump's tweeting. This is about the Obama administration spying, and the question is not whether it spied."
"We know they went to the FISA court twice. The question is who they did spy on and the extent of the spying that is the Trump campaign, the Trump transition, Trump surrogates," he said.
Levin continued: "They were so aggressive, they waited four or five months, they go back in October, weeks before the general election, they narrow their request, all of the sudden we have leaks coming out on Flynn. Then we have a 'Oh horrible' meeting that took place between Sessions and so forth. And I'm telling you as a former chief of staff to a United States attorney general in the Reagan administration, these are police state tactics."
Levin spent seven minutes straight going through all the evidence in an epic rant:
All Levin's reports are from "mainstream" news sources who hate Trump with a passion, and yet the same hacks are now lying claiming there's no evidence Trump was spied on.
If the Bush administration had asked the FISA courts to spy on Obama not just once, but twice in the run up to the 2008 election for his "connections with Russia," these same hacks would be going out of their minds.
While they say Trump has no evidence, which is an absolute lie, they're fine with accepting Obama's carefully worded claim he didn't personally "order" any spying on Trump without any evidence.
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