Soon to be Released Declassified Docs Show Samantha Power Used UN Position To Target American Citizens, Including General Flynn
As predicted in my 2010 book, The Post American Presidency, the Obama presidency was the most vicious, antisemtic, anti-American administration in American history. They were mad with it, sick with it. Obsessed with it.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power testified last fall behind closed doors to the House Intelligence Committee as part of its Russia probe, and one of the big unanswered questions will be why, during her final year as chief U.S. envoy to the U.N., she apparently made hundreds of requests for the unmasking in U.S. intelligence intercepts of the identities of American citizens.
Those identities are closely guarded under Fourth Amendment constitutional protection, and one of lawmakers’ chief concerns, according to Jason Chaffetz, former chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform “is the overall perceived ramp-up in the number of unmasking requests” during a sensitive election year.
…..Chaffetz told Fox News, “the U.N. is a highly suspicious perch from which those requests were made.”
Breaking: Samantha Power targeted any call made about Israeli settlements for unmasking. When she found General Flynn making calls she opposed, she passed information to Sally Yates who opened Logan Act investigation.
Remember that two years ago the deranged hard-left Daily Beast reported:
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn reportedly intervened in an attempt to stop the United Nations from voting to condemn Israel for its construction of settlements. According to Foreign Policy, then-President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team asked the State Department for the names and contact information for the ambassadors and foreign ministers from the U.N. Security Council member nations. State Department officials reportedly denied the request “out of fear that it would us used to scuttle American diplomatic aims,” according to Foreign Policy. Despite the rejection, transition officials pressured countries like Egypt and Great Britain to vote against the resolution, which ended up being approved after the United States voted to abstain. A U.S. official added that U.N. ambassador nominee Nikki Haley tried calling Samantha Power, the Obama administration’s envoy at the time. Powers did not take Haley’s calls because her advisers “suspected Haley would try to persuade Power to veto the resolution,” Foreign Policy reported. Flynn himself reportedly called ambassadors from countries on the Security Council, and “offered pleasantries to a senior Uruguayan official” before asking to vote against the resolution.