It was just last year that James Clapper told Joy Behar on The View that without a doubt, the FBI did not spy on the Trump campaign. But, now that Bill Barr says that there was spying taking place, what is Clapper saying? “I can’t speak specifically Alisyn to what the FBI did.”
So, how do you go from 100% positive to I really don’t know what happened? Something tells me that Clapper is very worried between Nunes criminal referrals and the closing of the trap on spying. Before the election, Clapper, Brennan and Comey were so certain that Hillary would win that they weren’t worried because they could make the evidence disappear after she took office.
It didn’t work out for them and now he is in deep doo-doo.
On Thursday night former Special Counsel Ken Starr and law professor John Yoo joined Laura Ingraham to discuss the latest comments by Attorney General Bill Barr that the Trump campaign was spied on during the 2016 campaign.
During the discussion Laura Ingraham played two different quotes from former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. In 2018 Clapper told Joy Behar on “The View” that the Obama administration was “absolutely not” spying on Trump during the 2016 election.
After Bill Barr admitted in senate testimony that the Obama deep state was spying on Trump James Clapper has suddenly changed his talking points.
But this week on CNN James Clapper said this, “I can’t speak specifically Alisyn to what the FBI did.”
As John Yoo said, “I would be worried if I were Clapper about all of these changing stories.”