EX-CIA Agent Reveals the TRUTH About Obama’s Wiretapping

A former CIA analyst Larry C Johnson has just come forward to back up Trump’s claims against former President Barrack Obama. Obama through his spokesman denied ever using his executive powers to conduct surveillance on Trump Tower in NYC.

The Ex-CIA argued that his sources had confirmed to him that Obama worked with the NSA, the CIA, and Britain’s GCHQ to disseminate information about candidate Trump that was illegally acquired through surveillance before the 2016 elections.

Larry joined CIA back in 1985 and was later promoted to Senior Regional Analyst for Central America before he went on to work at the State Department.

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The former CIA told reporters that this controversy was a huge deal and the only mistake President Trump did was to refer it as “wiretap.” He added that the term “wiretap” was technically inaccurate and he was aware that Obama administration was using semantics to fool the American people.

 “I understand from very good friends that both Jim Clapper and John Brennan at CIA were intimately involved in trying to derail the candidacy of Donald Trump, that there was some collusion overseas with Britain’s own GHCQ,” he added.

Larry continued to say that any information on Trump which was acquired by GCHQ was sent to Brennan and illegally disseminated within Obama administration, with orders coming directly from the former President Barrack Obama.

“Donald Trump is in essence correct that the intelligence agencies and some in the law enforcement community on the side of the FBI were in fact illegally trying to access, monitor his communications with his aides and with other people – all of this with an end of trying to destroy and discredit his presidency,” explained Larry.

He concluded by saying that.

“What they’re doing I think would fall under the definition of sedition,”


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