New Classified Documents Prove Obama Illegally Spied On Americans For Years

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National Security Agency Under Obama Spied On Americans

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According to new classified documents, the National Security Agency under former President Barack Obama would regularly violate American privacy protections. They did so while searching through overseas intercepts, but never did disclose the extent of these problems until Obama left the White House.

Some of these top-secret documents even concur that these documents as a whole chronicle some of the most serious constitutional abuses by any American intelligence community in our nation’s history.

Obama’s Open Door, Spying Policies

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Circa reports:

“More than 5 percent, or one out of every 20 searches seeking upstream Internet data on Americans inside the NSA’s so-called Section 702 database violated the safeguards Obama and his intelligence chiefs vowed to follow in 2011, according to one classified internal report reviewed by Circa.”

“The Obama administration self-disclosed the problems at a closed-door hearing Oct. 26 before the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that set off alarm. Trump was elected less than two weeks later.”

Failure to disclose this type of information violates “institutional lack of candor,” and these searches also constitute “very serious Fourth Amendment issues.”

Paper Trail Proves Disloyalty To Americans

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The People’s Pundit Daily reports:

“Multiple sources claimed the content, paper trail and timeline indicate a political motive by the Obama Administration. It’s a claim that has been corroborated by a top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, who has been briefed on the reports.”

“This is information about their everyday lives,” Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., said. “Sort of like in a divorce case where lawyers are hired, investigators are hired just to find out what the other person is doing from morning until night and then you try to piece it together later on.”

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