Democrats and their allies in the propaganda media love to claim that Donald Trump was the second coming of Adolph Hitler, which is, of course, blatantly untrue.
During his inauguration speech in January 2017, Trump literally promised to return as much power back to the American people as possible, and by any measure he did. He was clearly the most constitutional, patriotic president in generations. His platform was “Make America Great Again,” for crying out loud.
But while the left’s meritless claims that Trump was Hitler are easily refuted with facts and truth, it is just as easy for the right to demonstrate that his predecessor, Barack Obama, was the second coming of Josef Stalin combined with a modern-day ChiCom who used the power of the state to control political enemies.
And boy, did Obama abuse the power of the federal government.
Based on previous reporting, we already know that Obama and his corrupt administration:
— Spied on journalists
— Lied about spying on journalists
— Spied on Americans
— Lied about spying on Americans (including journalists)
— Spied on foreign media
— Spied on Trump’s campaign
— Lied about spying on Trump’s campaign
And now we learn that Obama’s regime went around established norms to — wait for it — spy on our European allies as well (and yet, most European leaders hate Trump and love Obama, which tells you everything you need to know about them).
The Daily Wire notes:
Former Democrat President Barack Obama’s administration reportedly spied on U.S. allies in Europe and top European politicians – including German Chancellor Angela Merkel – by using Denmark’s Defense Intelligence Service (FE).
“The findings are the result of a 2015 internal investigation in the Danish Defense Intelligence Service into NSA’s role in the partnership,” Reuters reported. “According to the investigation, which covered the period from 2012 to 2014, the NSA used Danish information cables to spy on senior officials in Sweden, Norway, France and Germany, including former German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and former German opposition leader Peer Steinbrück.”
The alleged operation – dubbed “Operation Dunhammer” – allowed the NSA to obtain phone calls, texts, and chat messages to and from the official’s telephones.
“It’s unacceptable if countries which have close allied co-operation feel the need to spy on one another,” Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg said.
“If the information is correct, then that’s unacceptable between allies, and even less so between European allies. We expect complete openness and a clarification of the facts from our Danish and American partners,” added French President Emmanuel Macron.
“These potential facts, they are serious, they must be checked,” said rench Minister for European Affairs Clement Beaune.
Meanwhile, former German opposition leader Peer Steinbrück remarked it was “grotesque that friendly intelligence services are indeed intercepting and spying on top representatives” of allied nations. He added: “Politically I consider it a scandal.”
“The federal government has taken note of the report and is in contact with all relevant national and international bodies for clarification,” German government spokesman Steffen Seibert said. “As a matter of principle, and you already know this, I would ask you to understand that the federal government does not openly comment on matters concerning intelligence activities.”
Obama was, without question, the most scandal-plagued president in the history of our country. And if we had an honest media, more Americans would know that.
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Author: Jonathan Davis