The Spy Who Hated Me

Art by A.F. Branco

Obama Democrat Spying Scandal
Time for payback and to cement Obam's legacy as the worst President our country has ever seen.

USA –-(Ammoland.com)- The Spy Who Hated Me.

Democrats say there’s no proof of Obama officials spying on the Trump Campaign, but the proof is the FISA warrants obtained for that very purpose. Time for payback and to cement Obam's legacy as the worst President our country has ever seen.

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A.F. Branco is a GrassRoots Conservative Political Cartoonist for Conservative Daily News, Net Right Daily, Legal Insurrection, and now Ammoland Shooting Sports News.

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  • 4 thoughts on “The Spy Who Hated Me

    1. We are just scratching the surface of how obummer sold out our country and lied as well as manipulated our country fanning the flames of racesisim and hating our law enforcement. It’s so transparent.

    2. FISA Warrants have to be agreed to by a federal judge. Sufficient evidence has to be provided to back the request. Spying suggests illegal activity without evidence or warrant. Surveillance is what comes out of a warrant, which than either upholds or puts to rest the concerns originally raised. This is normal police work. It is not a conspiracy. Mueller’s report, according to the AG, put this to rest. It is a strength of our democracy that when the question was raised, a court agreed on the evidence for fact finding surveillance, and the work was completed without concern for the status, entitlement or office of the individual or group under warranted surveillance. This is how it is supposed to work.

      If the AG then wishes to take another look at the evidence that was supplied the court, that’s normal as well. That’s his job.

      Watching people bounce like deranged ping pong balls on both sides of this situation is tiring.

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