Deep state petrified of pervasive spying being exposed
Paul Joseph Watson
March 7, 2017
According to Judge Andrew Napolitano, the intelligence community is petrified of a Congressional investigation into claims that Barack Obama spied on Donald Trump because it would expose the fact that every American is under mass surveillance and that their conversations are all being digitally recorded by the NSA.
Appearing on Fox & Friends this morning, Napolitano pointed out that Obama would not have needed FISA court approval to conduct surveillance of Trump and that he could have simply ordered his Attorney General Eric Holder to set it in motion.
“The idea that it was illegal to listen to the phone calls and in person conversations of Donald Trump is wrong,” said Napolitano, adding that although it was immoral and unconstitutional, such power has resided in the hands of the president since Jimmy Carter.
He added that it would then be easy for Obama to ask the NSA, which is a part of the military, to turn over any conversation that Trump had with anyone in Trump Tower.
Napolitano went on to explain that the deep state is petrified of an investigation into any possible spying on Trump because it would blow wide open the truth about the mass surveillance of the American people.
“The last thing in the world the intelligence community wants is an investigation by the Congress which will expose how truly pervasive spying is, how the intelligence community captures everything we say on our mobile devices, every time we touch a key on our mobile devices, on our desktops, every conversation on a land line, every piece of data that goes across any fiber in the United States into or out of the United States is captured digitally by the NSA,” said Napolitano.
Napolitano’s claims are backed up by what was revealed as far back as the 90’s about the NSA’s Echelon spying…