Even Voters Think Obama’s FBI Had a Plot to Spy on Trump Campaign

There is another inspector general report coming out, folks. And it should make Team Obama very nervous because there could be some bad, bad things in it concerning their spying activities during the 2016 election. That’s is related to the alleged FISA abuses that occurred during the election. But then, there’s Spygate—remember that? It’s the case where the FBI allegedly had tried to use an informant to spy on four reported Trump officials, Michael Flynn, Carter Page, Sam Clovis, and George Papadopoulos. Of course, the liberal media wouldn’t call this spying, though some reporters had to admit, on face value, the whole probe looked politically motivated. It was all based on this Russian collusion myth, though you don’t dare call it spying. It was the typical ‘they weren’t spying, but also…they were spying’ linguistic gymnastics that were deployed. So, was spying going on and did the Obama White House know about it? If this was going on, of course, Barry knew. And it seems voters agree with this position as well (via Rasmussen):

Most voters now suspect President Obama or his top people knew that intelligence agencies were spying on the Trump campaign, but they don’t expect anyone to be punished for breaking the law.

Thirty-six percent (36%) say it’s unlikely Obama or his top aides were aware of the spying, with 18% who say it’s Not At All Likely.


The survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted on April 14-15, 2019 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.

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