Lesley Stahl Is Wrong And Trump Is Right: The Obama Administration Spied On The Trump Campaign

Lesley Stahl Is Wrong And Trump Is Right: The Obama Administration Spied On The Trump Campaign By  for The Federalist

GNN Note – The U.S. corporate media, like CBS, is completely corrupt, a branch of the CIA and nothing more than democrat operatives pretending to be “journalist”. CBS, along with most major corporate media outlets succumb to Operation Mockingbird in the mid 1950’s. Anderson Copper even spent 6 months studying directly with CIA just a few years ago. If you’re not familiar with Operation Mockingbird start here but dig a little deeper to be truly amazed at the depth of corruption of the American media. #END

‘60 Minutes’ and Lesley Stahl falsely reported it is ‘unverified’ that the Obama-Biden administration spied on Trump’s campaign in 2016.

Last week, President Trump’s team released 38 minutes of unedited video capturing his contentious sit-down with Lesley Stahl of “60 Minutes.” Sunday evening, CBS broadcast clips of the interview and amazingly let air proof of Trump’s charge that the media is fake news: “60 Minutes” and Stahl falsely reported that it is “unverified” that the Obama-Biden administration spied on Trump’s campaign in 2016.

Trump and not Stahl raised this scandal, as the unedited video showed, after he reversed roles with his interviewer and pushed her to say whether she thought it was okay for Hunter Biden to give “the big guy” a 10 percent cut of money raised by Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden’s son in China, and whether it was okay for China to give the Biden family one and a half billion dollars to manage and for Joe to then negotiate with China on behalf of Americans.

“60 Minutes” edited out those details of the Biden scandal, but let the television audience hear Trump say of it, “It’s the biggest scan…” before correcting himself, “the second biggest scandal. The biggest scandal was when they spied on my campaign.”

The next minutes continued with what would be a comic routine of “did not,” “did too,” did not,” if the subject wasn’t truly the biggest scandal in American political history.

“They spied on my campaign,” Trump repeated.

“But there’s no evide…real evidence of that,” Leslie countered.

Trump: “Of course there is.”

Stahl: “No.”

Trump: “It’s all over the place, Leslie.”

Stahl: “Sir.”

Trump: “They spied on my campaign and they got caught.”

Stahl then changed up the refrain slightly: “Can I just say something? You know this is ‘60 Minutes’ and we can’t put on things we can’t verify.”

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