Bigger Than Watergate

Last March, when Trump sent shockwaves through Twitter-verse with his bold statement of being wiretapped, the internet exploded. Media went haywire, working overtime to debunk Trump's tweet as him being a nutjob for even believing it to be true. 


Known leaker Comey himself, even requested that the justice department deny those claims.

Comey Asks Justice Dept. to Reject Trump’s Wiretapping Claim

New York Times also weighed in on the claims, dismissing them as unsubstantiated. 

Trump Digs In on Wiretap, No Matter Who Says Differently

Let's fast forward to May, 2018.

Recent revelations suggest otherwise that Trump's tweet is factually correct, as Clapper admitted that there was an informant within the campaign, then justified it as a "good thing." Let it also be a reminder, that Obama's former Intelligence chief, now works for CNN. The same guy who was suspected leaker behind the infamous Steele dossier. 


Clapper: It’s ‘A Good Thing’ FBI Was Spying On Trump Campaign


NYT also verified the validity of statements while attempting to gaslight the public with deceptive phrasing, downplaying it to an "informant", not spying. Sheer absurdity, at this point. 

F.B.I. Used Informant to Investigate Russia Ties to Campaign, Not to Spy, as Trump Claims

Then, Washington Post takes it a spin further, saying it was to "protect" Trump. Never mind, at this point, the Steele Dossier was not circulated in existence yet. 


Perspective | The FBI didn’t use an informant to go after Trump. They used one to protect him.

If anything is obvious by this point, it is the laughable claim of journalistic integrity. The bias of journalists such as those at New York Times, lean heavily towards protecting the former Obama Administration. The left-wing media no longer operates on journalism, but sheer will, to protect criminals who operated on large-scale corruption. NYT's recent articles even go so far to actually attempt to justify the spying. Make no mistake, had Trump done the same thing, media would not be justifying the behavior, but actively seeking impeachment.  

Trump's suggestion that it's bigger than Watergate, is an understatement. The scale of such a political operation easily supersedes that of any administration in history. Nixon's 18 minutes of tape erased is nothing compared to the scale of interference to actively prevent the election of Donald Trump. 


Written By Fulcrum Contributor @PinkAboutIt