Last Friday, Trump began a tweetstorm regarding the news that a spy may have been embedded in his campaign. He emphasized that if true, it would be the biggest political scandal of all time.
Then, on Sunday, he rocked Twitter with his announcement that he would open an investigation into the scandal surrounding the embedded spy, and whether or not it was for political purposes..
Trump's tweet prompted responses from John Brennan and Dianne Feinstein, who suspiciously seemed defensive. Brennan went as far to subtly threaten McConnell and Speaker Ryan. Brennan is interestingly vocal whenever Trump tweets about abuses that occurred under the Obama administration.
Dianne Feinstein tweeted that it is "disturbing" and shows contempt for the law to order the Justice Department to investigate abuses.
HOW IRONIC. Isn't that exactly what the Obama administration did under the DOJ?
Trump, ahead of his Monday schedule, started off early morning a new barrage of tweets, aimed at John Brennan, stating he was panicking about the investigation.
Eric Bolling also pointed out a key element of the whole spying scandal which rests on one basic truth. Any spying would have had an existing FISA warrant in order to be legal. If the only known FISA warrant was based on the Steele dossier, MONTHS after the spy was embedded into the Trump campaign, it would be surmised that it is constitutionally illegal.
While the spying scandal is only one small element in the scale of abuses that occurred under the former Obama administration, it seems an uphill battle as beleaguered Jeff Sessions is nowhere to be seen. One really has to question what FBI director Wray, or even Sessions are doing. Considering the amount of people involved, firing McCabe and Comey, has been so far the only steps taken. But, when do people start going to jail? Americans are frustrated and impatient waiting for the scales of justice to tip. As this week's tweetstorm indicates, only time will tell.
Written By Fulcrum Contributor @PinkAboutIt