Judge Andrew Napolitano is back and he is not backing down. Instead he dropped a few bombshells on Barack Obama’s head.
Judge Andrew Napolitano made his first appearance on Fox News today. He has been absent since making the claim that President Obama surveilled Trump Tower during the 2016 election nearly two weeks ago.
He appeared on Bill Hemmer’s show and when Hemmer brought up his short suspension, Napolitano said he still stands by claim.
“Yes, I do” stand by the initial claim, Napolitano stated. “And the sources stand by it.”
He continued with a blistering defense of the truth clearly articulating what’s at stake,
“The American public needs to know more about this rather than less because a lot of the government’s surveillance authorities will expire in the fall, and there will be a great debate about how much authority we want the government to have to surveil us.”
“And the more the American public knows about this the more informed they are, and congress’ decision will be as.”
Before scaring the daylights out Of Obama with this bombshell, “I think a lot more is going to come.”
Napolitano wrote in a column March 16, “Sources have told me that the British foreign surveillance service, the Government Communications Headquarters, known as GCHQ, most likely provided Obama with transcripts of Trump’s calls.”
The bigger issue as the judge eloquently brought up is how much do we want our government to surveil us. After 911 the nation allowed the Bush administration enormous, never before seen, power to surveil and keep us safe. The dems blasted this as intrusive but stayed silent when Obama ratcheted up the domestic spying. Even Snowden’s devastating leaks didn’t stop them.
Now we see the result of this incidental collection – is it out of control? Is it necessary? Do we need more safeguards to protect Americans?
These are the real questions that we need answers to before we allow our government to continue this program.
Good to have you back Judge, we need your wisdom and clear headed analysis.
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