Trump “Wiretapped”: It All Makes Sense Now

Throughout the last eight years conservatives got Rick-Rolled constantly.  By their own party in fact.

Obamacare never got repealed even though leaders were elected to do such.

Gay marriage got legalized when a supposedly conservative Supreme Court justice suddenly bent legal precedent, and the meaning of a word, in order to provide a campaign prop for a President appealing to that specific voter demographic.

Benghazi disappeared.

Republican Chris Christie provided a brilliant photo op for a radical Left President to suddenly seem empathetic and moderate.

On and on the list went and we conservatives kept wondering why our leaders, Republicans like Boehner, Ryan, McCain, Romney, McConnell, and even Roberts kept shooting us in the back.

Well, now we know.  And the answer was right there all along.

The Chicago way.

What is the Chicago Way: Get dirt on your opponents  and make them flip.

Susan Rice got caught this week using government intelligence services to spy on an incoming President for purely political purposes.

My guess:  They were doing this all along.  Except it worked on everybody but Trump who doesn’t seem to respond to Blackmail.

Good for him.

And just for the record: He wasnt “wiretapped.”  That was just a word he used.  He was surveilled.  Same thing.  Different methods.

These people are crooks and they ought to be locked up.  I’m pretty sure this is about to get real big, and real messy.  Despite the media’s attempt to cover it up.  Despite almost every Democrat I know who railed against George Bush and the Patriot Act now crying “Spying is ok!”

No.  It’s not okay.

Here’s the test:  If Trump does it to the next incoming president… how will you feel?

Some people get away with everything, and then one day… they don’t.


About Nick Cole

Nick Cole is a working actor living in Southern California. When he is not auditioning for commercials, going out for sitcoms or being shot, kicked, stabbed or beaten by the students of various film schools for their projects, he can often be found as a guard for King Phillip the Second of Spain in the Opera Don Carlo at Los Angeles Opera or some similar role. Nick Cole has been writing for most of his life and acting in Hollywood after serving in the U.S. Army. You can also find him on Twitter.

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