Germany Announces Plan To Start An Examination After Learning What Obama Did During 2016


Over the past several days, we’ve seen the cocky antics of Obama on full display after learning that he set up wiretaps to spy on Trump during the 2016 presidential election. As ‘Obamagate’ starts to blow wide open with damning evidence that could land Obama a federal indictment, now we’re learning that his spying wasn’t just limited to Trump. And as soon as one of our allies found out that they too had made Obama’s spy list, they quickly announced they’d be seeking justice, with Obama being the main defendant.

After Wikileaks dumped their largest data dump in history on Tuesday dubbed “Vault 7,” astonished people around the world quickly learned just how far Obama’s spying obsession truly went. One of the countries on the receiving end of Obama’s snooping was the country of Germany, who learned that Obama’s CIA  used the German facility of Frankfurt as the hacking base for their clandestine activities. But unlike the liberals who continue to proclaim Obama’s innocence, Germany is saddling up to make Obama pay in a huge way, announcing their intentions to not only investigate him, but to possibly prosecute as well. Gateway Pundit reported:

US Consulate in Frankfurt

The documents reveal the CIA used Frankfurt as a remote hacking base for clandestine activities. The top secret CIA unit used the German city of Frankfurt am Main as the starting point for numerous hacking attacks on Europe, China and the Middle East.

In response Germany’s chief prosecutor announced an investigation of the Wikileaks documents.

Well it looks like Obama can add yet another embarrassing thing to his “legacy” as he could soon be facing prosecution for his illegal activities. It will be interesting to watch how Obama tries to squirm his way out of this one. Seriously, this guy has major issues!

 

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