|Fox News has a "smoking gun" according to a reporter who was under investigation some time ago.|
James Rosen is a
Knowing that Fox News is the only network to obtain this, I have to question the validity of this.
Credible news organizations have no confirmation on what Rosen's got.
He was on Sean "Softball" Hannity's program with news of a "bombshell" into the accusations of Donald J. Trump being wiretapped by Barack Obama and the Justice Department.
Fuhrer Donald J. Trump can't shake the allegations of him and his campaign team colluding with the Russian Federation. The allegations are there and it will likely stick throughout his term as the leader of this horrible country.
Rosen is teasing on the softball's program that the Republican congressional investigators are expecting a potential "smoking gun" establishing that the Obama administration spied on the transition team and possibly the fuhrer himself.
Rosen claims the sources are saying that Trump and his minions were subjected to "incidental surveillance" collection that Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) characterized as legal but troubling.
Nunes faces scrutiny by fellow Intelligence Committee members for not disclosing this information to them. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) blasted Nunes for plugging his head right up Trump ass.
Don't look for anything credible coming from the softball and Rosen.
Rosen is a shoddy journalist whose name came into the picture after he was involved in a probe of leaking classified information to the press tipping off a hostile nation.
Rosen's name was mentioned in the Washington Post's bombshell story about a criminal probe into disclosing classified information. He was aided by former State Department contractor Stephen Jin-Woo Kim.
Kim sent classified goods to Rosen in which the reporter told the public. North Korea got word on the United States was planning a counterstrike in regards to the Sony Pictures hacking after it's release of the mockumentary The Interview.
Kim got a penny and two months in the federal time out.
Then attorney general Eric Holder personally signed off a warrant to have Rosen investigated.
Rosen was monitored by the Justice Department through phone traces, his visits to the State Department and his personal emails. They were conducting a criminal investigation on Rosen because they thought he was deliberately leaking secrets to North Korea.
Rosen was detained and labeled a "flight-risk" by the U.S. State Department and Justice after this.
Rosen was somewhat cleared. The Justice Department took a comprehensive look into how to deal with journalist who obtain classified information.