Did you think the deep state stopped spying on Trump when he became president? Since you are do research on the internet instead of watching cable news, I’ll guess you did know that already.
However, in case you did not know, there is a bombshell report making waves right now that showed that the deep state inside Trump’s DOJ was actually subpoenaing Trump’s attorney’s email account… WHILE TRUMP WAS PRESIDENT.
It does not take a rocket scientist to figure out that spying on Trump’s lawyer was their best way to get any valuable information without subpoenaing the president himself.
That’s not to even mention the fact that the man is an attorney and many, if not all (depending on the email address subpoenaed) are subject to attorney client privilege. This is incredible and there better be a matter of national security as to why the DOJ needed to subpoena McGahn’s emails, and we, the people, deserve to hear that reason.
At some point we need to have a conversation about what can be done or what needs to be done, when the law enforcement apparatus of a nation goes rouge and sets up their own police state.
This is a bombshell story and there will be a lot more to come out on this operation soon …
Fox Nws reported:
‘Apple informed former Trump administration White House counsel Don McGahn that the Justice Department subpoenaed information about an email account of his in 2018, and forbade Apple from letting him know, according to a New York Times report.
McGahn’s wife also received a notice of the same kind, the report said, with one source telling the newspaper that Apple received the subpoena on Feb. 23 and another saying it came from a federal grand jury in the Eastern District of Virginia.
Fox News reached out to Apple and the Justice Department for comment but they did not immediately respond.
The report was light on details about the DOJ’s investigation, noting that it was unknown what federal investigators were looking into, or whether McGahn himself was their primary focus or someone with whom he had been in contact. A Times source told the publication that Apple did not tell McGahn what they had turned over.
The Times report did note that Apple received the McGahn subpoena weeks after another subpoena related to an investigation of leaked information related to the Russia probe. That subpoena, reported by the Times last week, covered information including records belonging to California Democratic Reps. Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell, both fierce critics of Trump while he was in office.’