It really begs belief that the FBI would say that they would spy on the Trump campaign so that they could help or protect the campaign. After saying that, all you have to do is look at the timelines of what they did and when they did it to put the lie to that position. Remember, if you want government help really bad, you get really bad help.
As Written and Reported By Benjamen Baird for the American Thinker:
Last month, a New York Times report revealed for the first time that the FBI planted a confidential informant to interact with the Donald Trump campaign in hopes of uncovering a plot to influence the 2016 presidential election. The same article contends that the bureau’s decision to infiltrate the campaign constituted an extraordinary precaution to preserve the Republican candidate’s chances in the 2016 presidential election by keeping its investigation out of the headlines.
If the FBI wanted to protect the Trump campaign prior to Election Day, it did a terrible job.
The Times report, co-authored by Matt Apuzzo, Adam Goldman, and Nicholas Fandos, details how the FBI “declined to tip its hand” in the early stages of its collusion investigation, dubbed Operation Crossfire Hurricane, because the facts of the case “might have devastated the Trump campaign.” FBI senior management, whose staggering animus for Trump is a matter of documented fact, maintain that they offered the Republican nominee a favor by spying on him.
If this is case, then why did “law enforcement and intelligence sources” tell NBC News that the FBI was “conducting a preliminary inquiry” into former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s ties to Moscow? The FBI refused to formally comment on the Oct. 31, 2016 report, lending credibility to Senate……
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