BREAKING: We Just Found Out Obama Has Been ILLEGALLY SPYING On Joe Arpaio- Here’s What We Know



From 2008 to 2010 the Department of Justice prosecuted Arizona’s former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

All through the ongoing litigation, the NSA conducted electronic surveillance on the various Arizona judges on the case, as well as on the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, and on Sheriff Arpaio himself.


The DOJ attorneys working under former attorney general Eric Holder maintained an on-going telephone behind the scenes discussion with the federal judge assigned to handle the case.

In any other world that would be considered ex parte communication and judge tampering. That is subject to what is known as Rule 11 sanctions and possible complaints with the Bar.

That essentially means an attorney can be and should be barred from practicing law, at least for a period or forever depending on the severity, pay fines, etc.

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Now all of this came forth due to a whistleblower in something called Operation Dragnet.

It was made public via a federal hearing where the timeline of the Arpaio civil rights case was disseminated to the public.

Bombshell: Obama Illegally Spied on Sheriff Arpaio’s Prosecution by kitdaniels on Scribd

The timeline details all NSA electronic surveillance and DOJ judge-tampering in the civil rights case brought against Arpaio in 2008.  All stemming from the 2007 arrest of Manuel de Jesús Ortega Melendres. Melendres’ arrest led to the DOJ charging Arpaio with racial profiling and discrimination against Hispanics by implementing particular car-stop procedures.

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The racial profiling and discrimination complaints against Arpaio were initiated by Tom Perez in Washington, NOT in Arizona.  Perez is a lawyer with a La Raza activist background and a consumer advocate, civil rights lawyer, and the current Chair of the Democratic National Committee.  He also served as the United States Secretary of Labor from 2013 to 2017 starting under the Obama administration and under former AG Eric Holder.  Prior to that, he served as the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ.

The time line goes as follows


On April 24, Arpaio – aged 84, with a decades-long career in law enforcement including 23 years as Arizona’s Maricopa County Sheriff, became the defendant a jury trial, charged with criminal-contempt in the Melendres case with the possibility of six months in jail if convicted and found guilty.

The timeline alleges NSA electronic surveillance of Federal Judge G. Murray Snow – the judge presiding over the original DOJ civil rights case brought against Arpaio in 2008/2009, when the NSA taped a conversation between the DOJ and Judge Snow, on July 20, 2009.

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That day, Judge Snow – a judge known to have made prejudicial comments against Arpaio in public – was assigned to preside in the Arpaio case, after Judge Mary Murguia recused herself five days earlier.

The timeline depicts a series of telephone conversations between Judge Snow and the DOJ in Washington that were captured by NSA surveillance, with the telephone numbers listed, that occurred in September 2009.

On Sept. 28, 2009, the timeline suggests the Department of Justice ordered a wiretap in which the NSA began wiretapping telephone conversations involving several Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department police officers – including placing electronic surveillance on Sheriff Arpaio’s office, his home and his cellphone.

On the same day, the NSA breached “all domains and subdomains” involving Maricopa County government computers, including servers involved in transmitting emails via Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department computers, with the IP addresses listed in the timeline.

On May 10, 2010, the timeline depicts the Department of Justice Criminal Division as ordering wiretapping aimed both at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department and all telephones associated with Sheriff Arpaio, including once again his home and his cellphone.

On Aug. 15, 2010, the NSA reinstituted electronic surveillance, once again involving Maricopa County government computers, including servers involved in transmitting emails via Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department computers, with the IP addresses listed in the timeline.

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The timeline indicates the law firm Covington Burling (Eric Holder’s law firm, where he is currently advising clients on complex investigations and litigation matters) took over the prosecution of the DOJ civil rights case on July 10, 2010.

The timeline also indicates the law firm Perkins Coie (the law firm that represented President Obama throughout his presidency on matters related to the birth certificate controversy) hired John Gray, an intern with Judge Snow, on Oct. 1, 2010.

DOJ/NSA wiretapping picked up several conversations (with the timeline listing phone numbers) involving the DOJ in Washington, Covington Burling, John Gray at Perkins Coie, and Judge Snow occurring between Oct. 18, 2010 and Oct. 25, 2010.

On July 19, 2012, Judge Snow began hearing the trial Melendres vs. Sheriff Arpaio.

On June 13, 2013, the DOJ joined the Melendres lawsuit with Covington Burling law firm.

And on Oct. 2, 2013, Judge Snow ruled in the class action Melendres lawsuit against Sheriff Arpaio.

Sheriff Arpaio is currently engaged in a vigorous appeal of his civil prosecution.


Given the actions of the Obama administration to many others, this seems to be pretty typical behavior for the Obama administration.  Yet the left expects us to believe that they somehow made some sort of exception for President Trump?  Yeah, I don’t think so!

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