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Obama's POLITICAL SPYING scandal: left-wing “liberal” media is deceiving the people of the world

Is Susan Rice the missing piece in Obama's political spying scandal? Read here.

If you watch traditional "liberal" media outlets like CNN, BBC, or DW TV, you may not know that Obama's "sister" Susan Rice unmasked the names of Trump associates. Spying started in 2015, long before Trump nomination, and information was recently illegally leaked to self-serving propaganda outlets such as New York Times.

  1. Most media outlets are not covering this news. Thats's why you didn't know.
  2. Some outlets keep the focus on alleged Russia connection to distract you. No evidence yet on this allegation though.
  3. A few are simply quoting the response of "someone close" to Susan Rice. And the response: unmasking is not unusual. Hypocritically, Trump transition team members talking to ambassadors was described as "unusual."

This is just the most recent example, but such deception happens all the time. And the deception is redistributed by local media outlets.

Given the global reach of CNN, BBC, and DW TV and redistribution by local media outlets, it's not just Americans, but the people of the world that are being deceived 24 hours a day.


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