Unmasking the Illegalities of the Obama Administration By Janice Shaw Crouse May 17, 2020
Well informed citizens have been rocked by revelations from recently unclassified documents that clearly show that President Obama "was aware of the details of wiretapped conversations of then-incoming National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in December 2016." Further, there's a long list of Democrat dignitaries who are also part of the unprecedented spying on an opposition party in an attempt to influence a presidential election and then undermine the duly elected president. The really pivotal fact, however, is that "Obama's knowledge of Flynn being wiretapped raises significant questions about what Obama knew and when he knew it with regard to the attempt to railroad Flynn and prevent him from serving as Trump's national security advisor."
There is nothing new about Obama seeking private information in order to smear a political opponent. It was well known that when he ran for the Senate in 2004, a California judge ruled that the divorce papers of his opponent, Republican Jack Ryan, be released. Both Ryan and his wife argued that the disclosure of the closed records would be harmful to their son, and they both opposed public disclosure of the documents. With the release of those documents, Ryan withdrew from the U.S. Senate election, and Obama sailed into the Senate without an opponent. That scheme was not a new tactic for candidate Obama. His opponent in the primary, Blair Hull, was also a divorced man with sealed records from 1998. In the infamous Chicago, Illinois politics in 2004, an enterprising reporter "discovered" that Hull's wife had previously sought a protective order against her husband. Obama "cruised to victory" in the primary — with the impossible odds of the same circumstances enabling him to win the general election against Ryan. One analyst described Obama as "lucky with his enemies" — a man with a fortunate history of "hapless opponents."