Another Senator surveilled by the Obama administration

It has now come to light that another United States Senator was surveilled by the Obama administration. Senator Rand Paul, a Republican from Kentucky, has had another Senator confide in him. If the media was doing their jobs, this would be the lead story 24 hours a day seven days a week until answers were received. There is a lot more to this deep-state activity than has been revealed so far. How much of this was driven by Obama’s aide Susan Rice?

As Written By Kristina Wong for Breitbart: 

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) earlier this week revealed that another senator had told him that he was surveilled by the Obama administration.

“I know one other senator who’s already confided to me that he was surveilled by the Obama administration, including his phone calls,” he told Fox News on Wednesday.

“So when this all comes out, if there are political figures from the opposition party, it’s a story bigger than any of the allegations with regard to Russian collusion,” he said.

Earlier this month, Paul announced that sources have told him that he has been surveilled by the Obama administration, and that he has requested information from the White House and the congressional intelligence committees on whether he has ever been surveilled, unmasked, or searched for in intelligence reports.

“It’s about your own government spying on the opposition party, that would be enormous if true,” he said. “I don’t know the truth. We’ve asked the intel committees, House and Senate, and I’ve also asked the White House, because there is this whole discussion of Susan Rice unmasking people,” he said.

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was fired in February, after a phone call he had with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak was leaked to the…..

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Rand Paul: Another Senator Was Surveilled by the Obama Administration – Breitbart

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