Harmeet Dhillon Appears on Fox News’ ‘The Ingraham Angle’ To Discuss Spying on Trump Campaign
According to Dhillon:
That’s the democratic talking points from yesterday. We heard something similar from Eric Swalwell on Tucker’s show and we’ve seen it over the media for the last few hours. Notwithstanding the fairy tale that James Clapper told the ladies on The View about this not being a spy, we all know what it is, as Saul said, this is a spy and it’s multiple spies. But, you know, some other questions have not been answered here, like did this professor in London, also have contact with Simpson? What role did he play in that? What were the British intelligence authorities, some of whom are close to this professor in London, were they alerted about this intelligence operation or alleged intelligence operation on foreign soil? The fact that the timing, which has very carefully been cultivated by the Democrats, by Comey, by other former FBI people who have been sent out onto the media to talk about this as being July, but actually we are talking about potentially May, as Caputo has said, and even earlier, and so you can’t have a cover-up without there being a crime. There is no crime to cover up. The only thing that should be — the only revisionist history going on here is the Democrats quickly retreating and scrambling and trying to sow obfuscation here about their true intentions. When we talk about comparing this to Watergate, Watergate was the president being involved potentially in the cover-up of something that occurred at a very low level. This is a completely different situation. This is an administration, the Obama Administration, which is known for calling James Rosen a criminal and using that to spy on him, Cheryl Atkinson, spying on her. Unmasking, Samantha power, unmasking people.
The cover-up is the Democrats trying to throw mud at the Trump campaign. One of the premises here is that there was spying and there was hacking of the DNC. We don’t know that. We haven’t even been able to look at their server.