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The Late SCOTUS Justice Scalia Thought Obama Was Spying On Him

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According to Judge Andrew Napolitano, the late Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia suspected that former president Barack Obama was surveilling him and the entire Supreme Court.  Napolitano also believes it is necessary to subpoena Obama in an attempt to uncover the truth.

“Justice Scalia told me that he often thought the court was being surveilled. And he told me that probably four or five years ago,” Napolitano told the FOX Business Network on Monday.   Antonin Scalia died in his sleep in February of 2016 while on a hunting trip at a luxury Texas resort.  The resort is owned by the wealthy democrat party donor, John Poindexter, and he didn’t charge Scalia for his stay. Scalia was declared dead of natural causes amid speculation of foul play.  But judge Napolitano was talking about some comments he alleges Scalia made before embarking on his fateful trip to the Cibolo Ranch over a year ago.

Napolitano was discussing the allegations that US Senator, Rand Paul (R) and another senator were under surveillance by the Obama administration. “If they had to unmask Senator Paul’s name to reveal a conversation he was having with a foreign agent and the foreign agent was hostile to the United States they can do that,” Napolitano began. “That’s not what he’s talking about. They’re talking about unmasking him when he’s having a conversation with his campaign manager when he’s running in the Republican primary.” Unmasking is the term used for the revealing of names within the intelligence community of U.S. citizens whose communications were monitored during foreign surveillance.


*Unmasking is the term used for the revealing of names within the intelligence community of US citizens whose communications were monitored during foreign surveillance.

Rand Paul seems to believe that he was surveilled by the Obama administration, and he announced May 4 that he had asked the intelligence community and White House for any evidence that he was surveilled by Obama. Napolitano said former President Obama could be subpoenaed to testify if he viewed the unmasked intelligence.

 

Judge Napolitano doesn’t hold back.  It’s clear by now that every single American is being spied on the government and it sounds like Antonin Scalia also thought he was even surveilled.  But like Hillary Clinton, Obama will never be held accountable for his misdeeds even if there’s evidence of felonies, simply because he’s a democrat and politician.  Some people just have more rights than others and will forever be above the laws they enforce on others.

Napolitano does say that Obama can be subpoenaed, but rational thinkers aren’t holding their breath for that to occur.  Like Hillary, Obama is in a small club of special elites and therefore, a protected class. Scalia was right to be concerned if those statements prove factual. After all, it isn’t like any of us have any rights to privacy from the “benevolent” government anymore.

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