William Barr exposed Obama’s worst crime against Trump with just five words
Attorney General William Barr appeared for a high stakes testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
And it was a full-blown disaster for the Democrats.
That’s because Barr exposed Barack Obama’s worst crime with just five words.
In his previous testimony, Barr sent shock waves through Washington, D.C. by confirming that he believed the Obama administration and the FBI spied on the Trump campaign.
Democrats and the media were furious he used that word, since it confirmed Trump’s March 2017 tweet that Obama wiretapped him.
In his testimony on Wednesday, Democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse tried to force Barr to walk back his use of the word spying.
The Daily Caller reports:
“I’m not going to abjure the use of the word ‘spying,’” Barr said. “My first job was in CIA. I don’t think the word ‘spying’ has any pejorative connotation at all.”
Barr continued, “I think spying is a good English word that, in fact, doesn’t have synonyms because it is the broadest word incorporating really all forms of covert intelligence collection, so I’m not going to back off the word ‘spying.’”
To further defend his use of the word, Barr pointed out that many members of the media also used the term before they decided to attack him for doing the same.
“Frankly, we went back and looked at press usage and up until all the faux outrage a couple of weeks ago, it’s commonly used in the press to refer to authorized activities,” he explained.
To make matters worse for Obama and his Deep State henchmen, Barr also hinted the spying against the Trump administration was even more extensive than previously thought.
Barr told the Senate that many people “assume” there was only one human spy or FISA warrant.
This led many Americans to believe Barr knows there are more damaging revelations coming down the pike.