Sean Hannity had a whole bunch of questions that needed to be answered after Obama’s denial of wire-tapping President Trump. Valerie Jarrett shared Obama’s statement. “A cardinal rule of the Obama Administration was that no White House official ever interfered with any independent investigation led by the Department of Justice. As part of that practice, neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any U.S. citizen. Any suggestion otherwise is simply false.”
Hannity wrote a tweetstorm against Valerie. “Valerie, who asked for the FISA warrant and Y? What did OBAMA know and when did he know it? Maybe you can knock on his door and ask,” wrote Hannity. But he had a lot more. “Valerie did OBAMA have knowledge of the FISA warrant requests? Did you have knowledge of this? Ben Rhodes? Did the WH coordinate with anyone?” he asked.
“June 2016: FISA request. The Obama administration files a request with the FISA court to monitor communications involving Donald Trump– Y? That July request was denied. Then another FISA request was filed in October, no evidence was found but the wiretaps continued. Why Valerie?” wrote Hannity.
“After a FISA request is first denied, then a second one is filed and no evidence is found, why did the Government of BHO keep surveillance? It looks like BHO, Ben Rhodes, Valerie and some in the intelligence community have a lot of explaining to do. Surveillance of Opposition?” wrote Hannity.
“Why with only 14 days left did OBAMA expand the power of the NSA to share intercepted personal communications with 16 other agencies?” asked Hannity. Do you love Sean Hannity?