May 26, 2022

Mainstream media beginning to admit Trump was spied on

Mainstream media outlets are beginning to admit the evidence points to Hillary Clinton’s campaign spied on Donald Trump, including White House communications following the bombshell report of the Durham probe.

The Wall Street Journal noted on Thursday, for example, that the evidence shows “a scandal that requires investigation under oath.”

“White House communications are supposed to be secure, and the notion that any contractor—much less one with ties to a presidential campaign—could access them is alarming enough,” the report said.

“The implication that the data was exploited for a political purpose is a scandal that requires investigation under oath.”

Some reports even suggest National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan may be implicated in the efforts. “On October 31, 2016, about a week before the 2016 presidential election, Sullivan, who was working on the Clinton campaign at the time, pushed a Slate report ‘showing that the Trump Organization has a secret server registered to Trump Tower that has been covertly communicating with Russia.'”

The shocking new change in reporting reveals the evidence may now be too strong to deny, though it comes years after the actual events occurred.

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