Former Congressman Dennis Kucinich Warns Congress that CIA Wiretaps Are Real and It Happened to Him
by Dr. Fly
Restive cerements of the left have given pard-like support for the CIA — believing the motives of the heralded agency to be only just and honorable, in spite of all of the evidence suggesting otherwise. Hysterically, it was the left who’ve always been reticent about the motives of the CIA. According to a poll done by the WSJ/NBC, support for the CIA is soaring in recent months, alongside cognitive dissonance — due to ephemeral dreams of deep state coups being plotted against the Trump regime.
Enter former liberal Congressman from Ohio, Dennis Kucinich (D) — disclosing the fact that he was wiretapped in 2011 and only learned about it after the Washington Times let him listen to the surveillance tape. Let that sink in for a moment.
He went on to warn Congress that this is happening and they shouldn’t dismiss the notion that candidate Trump was being spied on, illegally or unethically, just because of their unwavering and irrational fealty to the vainglorious efforts of the CIA, the venerable nostrum for all of their sorrows and long lost dreams of a utopia — dashed and cracked asunder by a populist movement blowing the hot coals of discord.
Wire tapping has been a bone of contention in America since 1876, when Alexander Graham Bell made the first call to his assistant, Thomas Watson: “Mr. Watson–come here–I want to see you.” The pros and cons have not stopped since. And with technology becoming more and more complex and having more capabilities, the subject is sure to dominate the discussion of Freedom and Liberty far into the future. [TLB Staff added this comment and the video below.]