“I have seen the documents,” said former U.S. Attorney and Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas), confirming that Obama’s deep state spied on the Trump campaign from 2015, before an investigation into alleged collusion with Russia, which proved false, was launched.
Ratcliffe said that former FBI Director James Comey and former CIA Director John Brennan had begun their illegal spying before July 2016, the date on which Comey swore it begun. Ratcliffe revealed this to Jason Chaffetz in the Dec. 20 Hannity program.
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According to the documents cited by Ratcliffe, Comey had allegedly misrepresented the truth in an attempt to cover up the really beginning of the spying.
As a confirmation to the report made by Ratcliffe, the spy Tony Shaffer wrote a tweet that FBI agent Peter Strzok, chief of the counterespionage section, and his girlfriend in the FBI, Lisa Page, had the information that the spying against Trump started at the beginning of 2015.
The tweet was shut down by Twitter, however, the alternative media Gateway Pundit kept a copy of the tweet.
The activity initiated by the FBI was contrary to the rules issued to the surveillance institution.
These rules prohibit spying on an American until a formal investigation has been opened, with all the paperwork.
Accordingly, the CIA, the Justice Department, and the Obama administration, the FBI began work on spying and infiltrating the Trump campaign in 2015.
Meanwhile, the report by Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz, released Dec. 9, found at least 17 irregularities in the investigation process initiated by state watchdogs against the campaign of then-presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2016.
Among them was that an FBI lawyer altered information in one email so that the intelligence agency could obtain a Foreign Intelligence Act (FISA) warrant to monitor Carter Page, a former adviser to the Trump campaign.
In this regard, former congressman Trey Gowdy told former FBI Director James Comey that he should be wearing a prison uniform after reports showed that his behavior at the helm of the institution was below the established standard on at least three occasions.
Gowdy was emphatic that although he had not been charged with a particular crime that was not enough to make him feel vindicated, according to an interview published by Fox News.