Final Flynn Roundup (for now)

Why was the FBI recording Flynn’s phone calls?  There are rumors in D.C. that politicized elements of the FBI are monitoring ALL members of Trump’s staff.

FBI needs to explain why Flynn was recorded, Intelligence Committee chairman says – WSJ


Eli Lake, not a fan of President Trump, is still disturbed by the Flynn resignation and the FBI surveillance:

There is another component to this story as well — as Trump himself just tweeted. It’s very rare that reporters are ever told about government-monitored communications of U.S. citizens, let alone senior U.S. officials. The last story like this to hit Washington was in 2009 when Jeff Stein, then of CQ, reported on intercepted phone calls between a senior Aipac lobbyist and Jane Harman, who at the time was a Democratic member of Congress. 

Normally intercepts of U.S. officials and citizens are some of the most tightly held government secrets. This is for good reason. Selectively disclosing details of private conversations monitored by the FBI or NSA gives the permanent state the power to destroy reputations from the cloak of anonymity. This is what police states do.  

Michael Savage correctly identifies the motivations of the Uniparty puppets and the intel community:

“I see the demonization of Putin, Russia and Flynn as part of a campaign by neocons, the intel community and Democrats who want constant antagonism with Russia,” he said.

“It’s like firemen who start fires to justify their jobs.”

Except those “fires” serve many, many agendas.  Billions, even trillions of dollars and the ability to shape domestic policy and further limit liberty.