Elder Patriot – Trump’s Attorney: Obama Unmasking Scandal Begins Unraveling as “Relevant” Documents Are Released After FOIA Suit.
President Trump’s Attorney, Jay Sekulow has received the first tranche of documents from the NSA and the State Department following a court order that came in response to Sekulow’s FOIA request.
Sekulow, who works for Trump, filed the FOIA request for 9,000 relevant documents through the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) last summer. On Thursday, ACLJ senior counsel, Carly Gammill appeared in a Washington D.C. federal court asking when they can expect the records documenting the Obama administration’s illegal unmasking of hundreds of Americans including President Trump’s associates, campaign members, and family.
The response was wholly unacceptable but still productive. The judge gave the NSA and the State Department almost two years to turn over entire bundle of documents ordering the documents to be released at the rate of 400 per month.
Still, even with only a few hours to begin reviewing what the ACLJ had received, Sekulow characterized the files as “significant and newsworthy.”
Yesterday, during his radio show, Jay Live, Sekulow told his audience:
“I’m not gonna go into the details of what we’ve gotten so far but we will be doing that on Monday’s broadcast and they’re pretty significant.”
He also told his audience that they should “prepare for war” because he expects Obama appointed judges to obstruct the ACLJ’s efforts to get to the truth of the past administration’s criminal abuse of the levers of government to destroy Obama’s political enemies.
At the heart of the unmasking scandal are Obama’s National Security Advisor, Susan Rice, his former U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power, and his chief propagandist Ben Rhodes. This is expected to lead all the way to President Obama himself though it may never be provable by the standards required in a court of law.
Watch Jay’s full video discussion recounting the sordid details by clicking on the link below:
— Jay Sekulow (@JaySekulow) April 5, 2018