Over the weekend President Donald Trump made history by accusing the ex-“president” of wiretapping the president-elect’s offices at Trump Towers. While some compare it to Watergate, where sitting President Richard Nixon had curried a national spy effort on those he considered his detractors, this “lame duck president” allegedly was gathering information that could be used to undermine Trump when he took office.
It is the type of stuff spy novels are made of, yet it is playing out before our very eyes. The ex-“president” has set up a shadow government and is working with seditious forces to undermine the duly elected President of the United States. Trouble is, he has apparently walked the line of the law.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the ex-“president” was livid over Trump’s accusations. A statement was issued immediately that the ex-“president’s” regime had never approved wire tapping or spying on U.S. citizens. This is an outright lie because there are multiple high-profile cases where the White House was caught intercepting phone calls and emails on our citizens.
The Guardian published documents signed by Attorney General Eric Holder July 29, 2009 indicating the White House used the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to back door “authority’ to collect information on American citizens. AP, CBS and Fox know firsthand as their reporters were spied on, as were thousands of citizens.
Was the ex-“president” livid that Trump called him out, or because he got caught doing something he shouldn’t have that may have legal implications?
It would appear that the former “president” is walking a thin line between political opposition and sedition. Many are asking why this person is not arrested and brought up on charges of sedition, high crimes and misdemeanors. It is because there is no appearance on the surface of actual law breaking. Paid protesters, encouraging protesting, setting up offices to “keep an eye on” the Trump Administration, stirring up a willing media against the government are all disruptive and undermining actions, but not really illegal. Power and money drive this organization.
Dinesh D’Souza documented just how the progressives in the Democratic Party, the ex-“president” and Hillary Clinton use deception and denial to enrich themselves and garner power. In Hillary’s America, D’Souza documents how “progressives” seek to steal from the government and the people. He said, “The methodology of theft is very simple and involves five distinct steps. First, plan the theft. Second, recruit allies. Third, pitch or justify the theft. Fourth, carry out the theft. And finally, cover up the theft.”
When caught, they never give up the gig, but rather deny, deny, deny. And we see this play out every day in this deepening feud between the ex-“president” and Trump.
Proverbs 14:8 says, “The wisdom of the prudent is to understand his way: but the folly of fools is deceit.”
And, hence, we have the tale of two Americas and a revolutionary feud deepening.
Have a blessed and powerful day!