Would Pres. Obama and former members of his administration deliberately sabotage the U.S.? Would they aid and abet an enemy (Iran) that has threatened to destroy the U.S.?
There seems to be no doubt about it. And since a kingdom divided against itself cannot stand (Matt. 12:25) the damage that they are doing could actually cripple or perhaps even destroy the U.S.
While he was president of the U.S., Mr. Obama, John Kerry and others negotiated a nuclear agreement with Iran. Israel strongly objected and Pres. Obama was livid. He even tried to bring about the downfall of the Israeli government.
About this time, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, an Obama advisor and head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, strongly criticized the nuclear agreement with Iran.
He also criticized Pres. Obama’s policies in Syria and he accused the Obama Administration of covering up documents seized in the Osama bin Laden raid to mask the close relationship between Iran and al Qaeda.
These disagreements contributed to him losing his job.
But he soon started campaigning for Donald Trump who was running for President of the U.S. and he further angered the Obama Administration by criticizing Hillary Clinton.
On Nov. 8, 2017, Donald Trump was elected Pres. of the U.S. This was soon followed with reports that the Obama Administration was plotting to hinder Pres. Trump’s pick to head up the NSA (Lt. Gen. Flynn).
Pres. Obama quickly acted to change a long-standing rule that prohibited the unauthorized distribution of federal information. James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, and Loretta Lynch, Attorney General, quickly signed off on it. This made it legal for the NSA to share certain information with the 16 other intelligence agencies.
Then someone listened in on a conversation between the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. and Gen. Flynn. And it is an established fact that the information was recorded on Dec. 29, 2016 while Pres. Obama was still in office, it was distributed to the 16 other intelligence agencies, it was classified information and at least some of it was illegally given to the press.
Dec. 29, 2016 is an important date because it shows that Lt. Gen. Flynn’s phone conversation was recorded before Loretta Lynch signed off on the rule change (on Jan. 3, 2017) that legalized the dissemination of some kinds of federal information.
In addition to that, there is another law that makes it illegal to record American citizens who are not government employees. Lt. Gen. Flynn is an American citizen and he was not a government employee at that time.
Pres. Trump and others say those who did this committed a crime. But those who did this may be hard to catch because the information went out to the 16 intelligence agencies before someone gave it to the press.
Who did it?
One former intelligence officer told Fox News he suspects Obama Administration officials including CIA Director John Brennan and DNI Director James Clapper. Others include Pres. Obama’s Foreign Policy Advisor, Ben Rhodes. But they are not admitting it.
Two weeks after Dec. 29, the Washington Post reported that the information came from an anonymous senior government official. Pres. Obama was still in charge on that date.
On Feb. 9, 2017, the Washington Post reported that nine Obama Administration officials referred to Flynn’s calls.
On Feb. 14, 2017, the Washington Free Beacon blamed this event on Ben Rhodes and others.
On Feb. 15, 2017, retired U.S. Army Res. Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer said the Obama Administration was directly involved and it was James Clapper, John Brennan and Ben Rhodes.
It also appears that Pres. Obama is trying to sabotage the Trump presidency in another way through a group called Organizing For Action.
IRS records show that this group has 32,525 volunteers, 250 offices and millions of dollars.
Pres. Obama tweets from their account. They march, demonstrate and sometimes get violent.
If a kingdom divided against itself can’t stand (and it can’t), whose fault is it going to be if the U.S. is deliberately sabotaged, weakened and/or brought down?
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