Well now. This is becoming interesting. A former federal agent has confessed to being part of illegal spying on the phones and computers of 5 time Emmy winner and recipient of the prestigious Edward R. Murrow award for investigative reporting, Sharyl Attkisson.
The spying began in 2011 and ran through 2014.
Obama was upset that Attkisson revealed the acts behind the Fast and Furious program run by Eric Holder.
Attkisson is currently suing a variety of people with Rod Rosenstein front and center:
- Former govt. agent admits spying on Attkisson, implicates his colleagues.
- Former U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein is accused of leading the group.
- Govt. hackers allegedly reported to FBI official who now heads CrowdStrike
Now, that’s interesting because CrowdStrike is the company who claimed Russia hacked the DNC but refused to let the FBI check out the server. Once part of the Deep State, always a part of the Deep State I guess. And why not? No one makes them pay for their corruption.
The spying included the monitoring of all of her phone calls and surveillance on her computer. They had infiltrated her computer and they could turn it on and operate it just as if they were sitting right there. Even worse, they planted classified documents on her computer they could use that to charge her for a serious crime if she got too close to what the Obama administration was doing.
Sharyl Attkisson, a five-time Emmy Award winner and recipient of the Edward R. Murrow award for investigative reporting, joined Glenn Beck on the radio program Monday to discuss an illegal government operation that allegedly spied on her and several other U.S. citizens during the Obama administration — and it was lead by former U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein.
A former federal agent has recently stepped forward to admit that he was directly involved in the unauthorized and illegal surveillance of Attkisson’s laptop computers and telephones from 2011 to 2014. The insider also identified Rosenstein as the person directing the surveillance operation.