What Trump Supporters are Saying about Leaks and Wiretapping

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On February 4, 2017, Pete Hegseth of Fox News interviewed a group of Trump supporters who were demonstrating for President Trump outside of Trump Tower. The two topic of discussion were the recent leaks, and the Trump Tower wiretapping allegations by President Trump. Here are some of the questions and answers.

Q. What do you think of all the leaks?

A. “It is an effort to try to undermine our President.”

A. “They [the Democrats] are all hypocrites. They are all what they say the enemy is.”

Q. What do you think of the wiretap allegations at Trump Tower?

A. “I’m not happy about it.”

A. “Definitely not okay.”

A. “It’s insane.”

Conclusions Given By the Fox News Panel

  • “These people are smarter than most of our media.”
  • “People want our President to succeed.”

 

PRAYER

I pray that our investigators would find the obvious leaks, leakers and wire tappers, and that they would receive a quick and just judgment for their crimes. No crime should be left unpunished. I pray that the finding and punishment of these criminal would set a good example of justice in our country and for the world to see.

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3 Responses to What Trump Supporters are Saying about Leaks and Wiretapping

  1. Reblogged this on Prayer A to Z and commented:

    I pray that our investigators would find the obvious leaks, leakers and wire tappers, and that they would receive a quick and just judgment for their crimes. No crime should be left unpunished. I pray that the finding and punishment of these criminal would set a good example of justice in our country and for the world to see.

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  2. JJSJ says:

    Much ado has been made about whether President Trump should have used the word “wiretap”, since electronic surveillance can occur, nowadays, in many more high-tech ways than by a traditional “wiretap” of a telephone — but this just is a silly semantic distraction. The “Federal Omnibus Control & Safe Streets Act” of 1968 (a/k/a the “Federal Wiretap Act”), 18 U.S.C. section 2510-2522, is now legislatively expanded (by congressional amendments) to include intercepted text messages and email communications, etc., including amendments added by the “Electronic Communications Privacy Act” [EPCA] of 1986, “Stored Communications Act” (codified at 18 U.S.C. sections 2701-2712, i.e., Title II of the EPCA), and the “USA PATRIOT Act” of 2001 (which includes a Title II captioned “Enhanced Surveillance Procedures”), etc. See ZINNA v. COOK, 428 Fed. Appx. 838 (10th Cir. [Colo.] 2011); KONOP v. HAWAIIAN AIRLINES, INC., 302 F.3d 868, 874 (9th Cir. [Calif.] 2002). That’s a lot of legalese, admittedly — but the bottom line is that the legal definition of the word “wiretap” has been updated by Congress, to include a lot of high-tech electronic surveillance that far exceeds the “old days” of wiretapping telephone conversation. Regarding governmental surveillance of private citizens, it’s high time for government officials to get back to the privacy-respecting norms of the U.S. Constitution’s 4th Amendment, which bans unreasonable “searches” and “seizures”, and which requires search warrant to be used, qualified by “probable cause”. Furthermore, regarding the need for us Christians to pray earnestly for our government leaders (especially that our leaders practice the governmental values of Romans 13:1-7), it’s high time for us to get back to obeying 1st Timothy 3:1-2 !

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