Building the case for Obama White House spying on citizens

Two of the latest drops focus exclusively on ex-President Barack Hussein Obama and his alleged illegal acts.

The Obama tweet below from 2013 where he posted “I spy…”

Q asks “Will this age well?”

The second drop concerns Obama’s choice of “Renegade” as his Secret Service codename. The Secret Service asked him to choose a name beginning with a R and he opted for Renegade.

Q points out the definition:

Why would a President of the United States [HUSSEIN] assign ‘RENEGADE’ as his USSS codename?
Define ‘Renegade’.
noun
1. a person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles.
synonyms: traitor, defector, deserter, turncoat, betrayer;
adjective: renegade
1. having treacherously changed allegiance.

Q

As I have written months ago, this Obama White House was a rogue operation into spying on American citizens for political purposes. President Trump called it an attempted coup against a sitting president.

It was not just the Trump campaign or as president-elect that was spied upon, but it started before the president even decided to run.

As I wrote Thursday, with the exemption of NSA Director Mike Rogers, the rest of the Obama intelligence chief supplied the Obama White House with daily briefings on their spying operations. CIA’s John Brennan, DIA’s James Clapper ran a covert operation by using foreign spies to track American citizens to get around the Fourth Amendment.

The drops point to Obama actually approving these illegal acts directly, which some legal experts say could ultimately led to a charge or treason for directly violating the US Constitution.

Time will tell with plenty of more information on these acts will be released.

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