Senator Tom Cotton: We Know Where the Leaks Are Coming From – Obama Administration Officials!
Senator Tom Cotton went on Bill O’Reilly and basically pointed to the Obama Justice Department being loose with classified information so that White House officials could leak it to damage President Trump!
O’Reilly had to push hard, but Senator Cotton definitely connected the dots and said that they were moving along quickly on finding out exactly who the source of the leaks are.
O’Reilly told Cotton that response likely means he knows which agency may have surveilled Flynn’s now-infamous conversation with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
He pressed Cotton as to whether he agreed that since he likely knows the agency’s identity, it narrows-down the location of the person who leaked the call to the media earlier this year.
This is must see video:
First we’ve seen media reports that suggested Obama administration officials intentionally spread intelligence information widely to include just raising it in meetings when it might have been inappropriate to do so. They claimed it was trying to preserve the intelligence. I suspected it was much more likely that they were trying to get it to leak.
Second something that many Americans don’t realize. The FBI is not just the law enforcement service, it’s also our main Counter Intelligence Service.
The FBI is part of the Department of Justice. Department of Justice until January 20th was run by Obama political appointees. The main consumer of intelligence from the intelligence services is the White House, specifically the National Security Council.
You have many partisan Democrats who are receiving this information and I think there’s a good chance that you might want to look to some of those partisan Democrats who left office in January 20th and are now being identified as former US officials. If you want to know where some of these leaks are coming from…
This will be breaking out over the next few months. Judicial Watch is working hard to get FOIA information. Obama’s legacy will be spying. Period.