One person not mentioned in the investigation of spying on President Trump is the former director of British intel who abruptly resigned right after the Trump inauguration. Judge Napolitano was almost fired for opening up the can of worms to tell the truth on how Obama skirted U.S. intel agencies to use British intel to spy on Trump without getting caught. Has Robert Hannigan been interviewed? If not, we think he needs to be on the hot seat. He is a young guy and had finally reached the top of his game after being named director of GCHQ just two years prior.
SOMETHING ISN’T RIGHT…TELEGRAPH reported:
Robert Hannigan, the director of GCHQ, has resigned from his job as head of one of the three Government intelligence agencies after just two years. GCHQ would only say that Mr Hannigan had left his post for “personal reasons” and that he was not sacked or subject to disciplinary proceedings.
PLEASE LISTEN TO JUDGE NAPOLITANO ON THE BRITISH INTEL CHIEF:
Anybody Remember When Judge Napolitano Was Suspended (& Nearly Fired by FOX) For Reporting That Barack Obama Went ‘Outside US Intelligence Chain Of Command’ To Spy On Donald Trump &That He Used British Intel To Escape Detection?
We Now Know It Was True!
— Flightcrew 🇺🇸 (@flightcrew) February 19, 2018
Recall also that Judge Napolitano said three sources told him the British spy agency had something to do with the witch hunt on Trump:
JUDGE NAPOLITANO was on FOX & Friends discussing the Obama administration’s efforts to spy on Donald Trump. Three intel sources have disclosed to the network that Obama went to British intelligence to get the goods on Trump, but we may never be able to prove it…
JUDGE NAPOLITANO: “Three intelligence sources have informed FOX News that President Obama went outside the chain of command. He didn’t use the NSA, he didn’t use the CIA, he didn’t use the FBI and he didn’t use the Department of Justice…He used *GCHQ.” *GCHQ is a British intel agency
— GCHQ (@GCHQ) January 23, 2017