UH OH! Senate Judiciary Committee Targets Corrupt Obama Admin “Unmasking”

Bad news for the ”Lyin’ Queen” Susan Rice, who may be in some BIG trouble soon.

The Senate Judiciary Committee just announced they will be holding a closed-door hearing to investigate the “unmasking” of Trump campaign officials in the corrupt Obama administration.

This adds more fuel to the fire on the counter-narrative that Obama Administration and the democrats were the true meddlers in the 2016 election, rather than Russia.

The Senate Judiciary Committee will attempt during a closed-door hearing Wednesday to get to the bottom of the alleged “unmasking” of Trump campaign and transition officials by the Obama White House — furthering a potentially explosive counter-narrative coursing beneath the various congressional probes into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Former National Security Adviser Susan E. Rice, in addition to other top officials from the Obama administration, have come under suspicion during recent months amid accusations that they inappropriately “unmasked” requests to identify Trump associates caught up in clandestine surveillance of Russian operatives prior to and during the immediate aftermath of the November election.

While Republican lawmakers have during recent months led the charge for a deeper investigation into the unmasking allegations, it was a key Democrat on the Judiciary Committee who raised the issue during a public committee hearing on Tuesday, asserting that lawmakers hope to explore it more deeply with FBI officials during a secret hearing slated for Wednesday.

2 Replies to “UH OH! Senate Judiciary Committee Targets Corrupt Obama Admin “Unmasking”

  1. My question is, Where are the Documents concerning the UNMASKING, and who has control of them? There is NO Obama Presidential Library. It HAS NOT even been BUILT yet. Why isn’t the Person/Entity that has PHYSICAL POSSESSION of them being served with a FEDERAL SUBPOENA and Search Warrant?

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