BREAKING: Identity Of HIGH LEVEL Trump “UNMASKER” Revealed- DIRECT Ties To Obama

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The case of Devin Nunes’ mysterious intelligence reports on Trump transition officials has apparently been solved.

Susan Rice, who served as the National Security Adviser under Obama, has been identified as the official who requested unmasking of incoming Trump officials according to reports.

The reports Rice requested to see are kept under tightly-controlled conditions. Each person must log his or her name before being granted access to them.

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It is official!  President Trump was right, though the leftist Mainstream Media will likely refuse to report on the story, instead preferring to continue to carry on with the propagandists’ spin on the ridiculous notion of Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential Election.

Attorneys for the Trump White House made a discovery last month. That discovery entailed former national security adviser Susan Rice and her multiple requests for the identities of U.S. persons in raw intelligence reports on dozens of occasions that connect to the Donald Trump transition and campaign be made public.

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These intelligence reports consisted of summaries of monitored conversations mostly between foreign officials discussing the Trump transition into the presidency. However, in some cases, those monitored conversations were of direct contact between members of the Trump team discussing the transition. The intelligence reports contained valuable political information on the Trump transition into the presidency such as with whom the Trump team was meeting, views regarding Trump associates on foreign policy, as well as plans for the incoming administration.

“Unmasking” is the process of identifying individuals whose communications were caught in the dragnet of intelligence gathering. While conducting investigations into terrorism and other related crimes, intelligence analysts incidentally capture conversations about parties not subject to the search warrant. The identities of those not under investigation are kept confidential both for legal and moral reasons.

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The standard is that “it must have some foreign intelligence value.”  This standard was used by the Obama administration to apply to just about anything. In this the case, foreign officials merely discussing Trump transition team members, under normal circumstances, this would be a situation in which as the exiting administration would want to warn the incoming one of what foreign powers were doing to undermine it or take advantage of it. Except, we all know that’s not how the Obama regime used these reports and raw” data.

Under President Obama, the standard for unmasking rules was changed. Circa originally reported –

As his presidency drew to a close, Barack Obama’s top aides routinely reviewed intelligence reports gleaned from the National Security Agency’s incidental intercepts of Americans abroad, taking advantage of rules their boss relaxed starting in 2011 to help the government better fight terrorism, espionage by foreign enemies and hacking threats, Circa has learned.”

Remember Susan Rice? The woman that went around perpetuating the myth that Benghazi was caused by a YouTube video.  She was one of only 3 people with the authorization to unmask – the other 2 people were Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

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According to Medium’s Mike Cervonovich

Not even mainstream outlets denied that some Trump officials had been spied on, with the NY Times reporting:

WASHINGTON — A pair of White House officials helped provide Representative Devin Nunes of California, a Republican and the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, with the intelligence reports that showed that President Trump and his associates were incidentally swept up in foreign surveillance by American spy agencies.

According to WaPo, there were three sources for the reports, with Michael Ellis ultimately being blamed by WaPo and AP.

What’s striking about the Times story is the spin it took. Trump had previously claimed he had been “wire tapped” (quotation marks in his original Tweet), leading to media screams that he prove it. The Times’ own reporting proves that President Trump and his associates were spied on.

The Times, rather than admit Trump had been vindicated, instead focused its attention on the question of who leaked the reports to Nunes:

Since disclosing the existence of the intelligence reports, Mr. Nunes has refused to identify his sources, saying he needed to protect them so others would feel safe going to the committee with sensitive information. In his public comments, he has described his sources as whistle-blowers trying to expose wrongdoing at great risk to themselves.

Since when did journalists attempt to unmask sources? The Times, WaPo, and other outlets rely on anonymous sources in nearly every article about national security. It’s clear they have an agenda — that agenda is not telling the truth.

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