Former President Barack Obama’s number one henchwoman, Susan Rice, turned over the documents and other materials that were used to “unmask” people – especially those connected to the Trump presidential campaign — to the Obama Presidential Library. As a result, those records will be “sealed” from public viewing for 5 years
According to a statement from the Democrats on Tuesday: “Documents from the Obama administration have been transferred to the Barack Obama Presidential Library. You may send your request to the Obama Library. However, you should be aware that under the Presidential Records Act, Presidential records remain closed to the public for five years after an administration has left office.”
“These people make the Mafia or Mexican cartels look like amateurs. They have ensured that these documents would remained sealed past the 2020 presidential election cycle. These are crafty people who will stop at nothing to hide their transgressions,” said Carlton Vesterum, a former detective for a county prosecutor’s office. “Rice is the same person who Obama and [former Secretary of State] Hillary Clinton used as their spokesperson during the Benghazi scandal and who showed her loyalty by lying for them,” Vesterum added.
While most of news organizations have no problem with this latest bit of political cover up by the Obama clan, the alternative news media went viral over reports that Susan Rice, who had served as President Obama’s national security adviser, was the so-called anonymous “senior official” mentioned in previous reports who unmasked, the names of the Trump transition team. Unfortunately, the nation’s largest news conglomerates continue to ignore the Obama administration’s transgressions preferring to cover what President Donald J. Trump calls “fake news.”
According to a growing number of sources, the woman who went on television news shows and openly lied repeatedly about the Battle of Benghazi leaked the identities of the GOP presidential candidate and his staff from classified reports.
Veteran Bloomberg News reporter Eli Lake, who is celebrated as a reliable and honest newsman, reported that it was Obama’s dishonestly partisan Susan Rice who was the person who ordered the “unmasking” of the U.S. persons in raw intelligence reports. Lake also reported that she directed intelligence officials to unmask — identify — members of the Trump transition team.
It’s also been reported that White House officials had knowledge of Rice’s involvement for about a month. “Members of the National Security Council reviewing U.S. intelligence community’s un-masking policy by the new administration discovered that Rice, one of Obama’s closest staff members, was involved in alleged criminal behavior. She and others were risking the disclosure of people’s conversations who were not targets of wiretaps and other electronic eavesdropping,” said former military intelligence operative and police detective Sid Franes.
“For crying out loud, these are Americans being victimized by radical politicians who in turn are attacking the Trump presidency with the help of most of news organizations,” he added.
As Adam Housley of Fox News revealed, “[N]ames of the Trump transition team were unmasked by a senior member of the Obama administration who used the un-masking for political purposes.”
Housley also reported that when communications of American citizens are incidentally picked up during the surveillance of others their identities are to remain secret so their names are usually redacted or identified by a generic term such as “American One.”
Instead of asking the appropriate committees in the House and Senate to probe the nation’s vulnerability to foreign espionage — especially cyber espionage — the Democrats bullied the feckless Republicans into appointing a special prosecutor to investigate the alleged cybercrimes perpetrated against their own political party. A former FBI director, Robert Mueller, was selected despite his close friendship with Obama’s FBI chief James Comey.
“Can you imagine the outrage by the Democrats if the Republicans named one of President Trump’s friends as a special counsel to investigate the evidence-lacking Russia hacking and collusion case?” noted political strategist and attorney Mike Baker.
As President Trump is finding out firsthand, the foreign intelligence threat within the United States is far more complex than it has ever been historically. The threat is increasingly asymmetrical insofar as it comes not only from traditional foreign intelligence services but also from nontraditional, non-state actors who operate from decentralized organizations.
And it seems in the wake of eight years of the Obama presidency, even the United States’ intelligence community is involved in spying operations against American citizens who identify themselves as Republicans.