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The War Against Donald Trump

March 5, 2017

Surely President Obama’s White House staff would not seek and obtain wire taps of candidate for President Donald Trump?

How would that occur and why?

I seldom refer to reports in the Washington Post as sources of information, but Ellen Nakashima’s report on March 4 titled “How hard is it to get an intelligence wiretap? Pretty hard” is an excellent review of a process that leads to some 1,400 authorized wiretaps a year.

Contained in the body of this report is mention that a wiretap request may be initiated by the Director of Central Intelligence.

That bit of information lends plausibility to yesterday’s charge by Donald Trump that his offices in Trump Tower were monitored by our intelligence services.


Because CIA Director, John Brennan, like President Obama, Valerie Jarrett, and at least two other White House officials were influenced by Marxist -Leninist ideology. In order to understand Barack Obama it is critical to understand the ideas of Lenin that influences him. That subject was fully explored by Stanley Kurtz in Radical in Chief and is required reading, if we are to understand the war being waged by former President Obama against his successor.

If you haven’t read that book, you will miss the motivation behind the war against President Donald Trump.

In September it was reported that Brennan admitted that he had voted for Communist Party candidate for President, Gus Hall, in 1976. I referred to that report in my assessment of September 24 of the Leftist bias of analysts and agents of the CIA titled  “Unreliable CIA.”

Donald Trump may not be knowledgeable about how to control his government by appointing sympathetic managers into key departments of every agency of government, but he knows that his enemies are attempting to undermine his Presidency and that they used wiretaps of his campaign associates to find compromising evidence that may be used to destroy him.

President Trump’s reported displeasure with the decision by U.S. Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, to recuse himself from any decisions dealing with allegations of the communications between the Trump campaign and Russia is justified.

That decision leaves open the appointment of an independent investigation conducted by a “special prosecutor” appointed by a career civil servant at the Justice Department. Whether that investigation will discover evidence of President Obama’s hatred of President Trump and the use of wiretaps to destroy him remains to be seen.



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