Pirro: ‘No Surprise’ Obama Allowed Surveillance on Americans Supporting Trump

‘It’s no surprise given that Barack Obama allowed his own people to go after these Americans names and for Donald Trump, his transition team and members of Congress’

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PIRRO: “You have a very fundamental abuse of the Fourth Amendment, spying on Americans, surveillance and then allowing political appointees, as Obama did in 2011, to unmask the names of individuals who were accidentally or incidentally collected in a foreign surveillance. And then in 2016, in the midst of a presidential divisive election, the allowance of those reports to then go across a whole platform of National Security Council agencies, it is teed up for the biggest abuse of privacy that Americans — that we’ve ever seen in American history. It’s no surprise given that Barack Obama, the President, allowed his own people to go after these Americans' names and for Donald Trump, his transition team and members of Congress to have been unmasked by a woman who is known, and that is Susan Rice, to be a liar based on what she did and said about Benghazi, about Bowe Bergdahl, about when she unmasked, whether she unmasked. I mean, this is fundamental, unconstitutional, illegal.”

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