Bombshell: Obama’s NSA Illegally Spied on Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Sheriff Joe Arpaio said that Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah’s fraudulent documents were a “national security issue” and that Obama was the “aggressor” in attacking America. However, one wonders just how much he understood the threat a timeline has now emerged via an Operation Dragnet Whistleblower that details how the National Security Agency was conducting illegal electronic surveillance on then-Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Arizona judges involved in the immigration case at the time while then-Attorney General Eric Holder and the Department of Justice was prosecuting Arpaio between 2008 and 2010.
This timeline below was provided to InfoWars.com with the assistance of an Operation Dragnet whistleblower.
The timeline released in federal court details NSA electronic surveillance and DOJ judge-tampering in the civil rights case brought against Arpaio in 2008, involving the 2007 arrest of Manuel de Jesús Ortega Melendres, with the DOJ charging Arpaio with discriminating against Hispanics by implementing car-stop procedures DOJ considered to involve racial-profiling.
Infowars.com is currently taking steps to bring this information before the White House, Congress and the DOJ, alleging the Obama administration in prosecuting Sheriff Arpaio has engaged in extensive illegal and unconstitutional electronic surveillance undertaken by the DOJ and NSA working secretly together.
Infowars.com is also concerned DOJ intervened in Sheriff Arpaio’s case, communicating with the judge and various national law firms involved in the case in a pattern that would suggest judge-tampering aimed at insuring Sheriff Arpaio’s conviction.
The case against Arpaio in Arizona was orchestrated from Washington by Tom Perez, a lawyer with a La Raza activist background and the current DNC Chairman, who in 2008 was the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ under Attorney General Eric Holder.
Earlier, we reported that Corsi was able to confirm that President Donald Trump and his family had been spied on not just by the Obama administration, but since 2004 under the George W. Bush administration. The Trump administration delivered documents to the House Intelligence Committee regarding the wiretapping incident on Friday.