Barack Obama’s Deep State tried to hide their crimes during the 2016 election with an old sleight of hand technique.
By crafting the phony Russia collusion narrative, it kept Americans focused on crimes allegedly committed by Trump’s campaign and incoming administration staff.
But Trey Gowdy just called out Barack Obama on Fox News. And what he said left jaws on the floor.
Barack Obama was livid when learned the Department of Justice was dropping criminal charges against Michael Flynn.
He ranted and raved to his cronies about how the decision trashed the rule of law, claiming there was no precedent for individuals getting away with making false statements to the FBI.
But Trey Gowdy went on Fox News and flipped those statements around on Obama.
Gowdy asked, “Where is [Obama’s] respect for the rule of law for the crime that Michael Flynn was the victim of?”
Reminding the audience that someone in the administration committed a felony – punishable by up to ten years in prison – by leaking the news to the Washington Post that Flynn’s conversation with the Russian Ambassador was picked up on a FISA wiretap.
“Remember, he was unmasked by somebody in Obama’s administration and then it was leaked . . . that is a 10-year felony, to disseminate classified information,” he continued. “Michael Flynn was a victim of that crime,” Gowdy added.
The former prosecutor went on to add how it was during Barack Obama’s watch that the FBI first lied to the FISA courts by withholding critical information – that Christopher Steele’s “dodgy dossier” hadn’t been verified – in order to secure the warrants for Trump campaign aide Carter Paige.
“The FBI used a dossier that was bought and paid for by your political party without vetting a single factual allegation in that dossier,” he said. “You put it in front of a federal judge, where is your concern for respect for the rule of law as it relates to Carter Page and what happened to him?” Gowdy asked.
So much for Obama’s “respect” for the rule of law.
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