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Analysts Reveals SECOND Secret Intel Investigation On Trump Servers (VIDEO)

Democrats will do anything to try and get back their power. It’s not what’s best for our country, but what’s best for them. Evil & power hungry…

TGP:

Sara Carter, a national security correspondent told Sean Hannity on Wednesday evening that Circa News has revealed that there are two separate investigations of Trump’s servers.

Sara Carter: “John and I spoke to some very senior U.S. officials, they clarified this. They said there was a FISA warrant in October that was looking at the overall Russian hacking investigation, but that the FBI, when they monitored the server at Trump Tower it was actually located away from Trump Tower. It wasn’t under the FISA. They did normal strategic type of FBI investigations that didn’t require the FISA. So they went into the server but they did not use the FISA to do that. They did have a FISA however in October at the exact same time as this investigation.

Sean Hannity: “So there’s two instances now of spying?!”

Sara Carter:Two! Yes! Two instances so this is completely new evidence and remember we all thought and everybody had reported that the server was inside Trump Tower. The server was not located in Trump Tower according to our sources.

Sean Hannity: “With the second issue warrant whatever the FBI was doing…was that in Trump Tower?” More

 

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