State Department records that have recently been made public showing that the US Embassy in Kiev was “monitoring” Donald Trump Jr. and 13 others including Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham in the spring of 2019.
Judicial Watch obtained the documents that showed State Department officials monitoring terms like “Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch,” Ukraine Ambassador,” Ukrainian Ambassador,” Ukraine Soros,” “Clinton campaign,” and “Biden-Burisma.”
OANN reporter Jack Posobiec and Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani were also monitored. Posobiec posted one of the memos from the state department.
Look at this uber-passive language
‘some legal implications’
‘technically private citizens’
I AM A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES AND VETERAN! CORRUPT! pic.twitter.com/927znpGJjz
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) September 2, 2020
You can see they were trying to figure out how to monitor people without breaking the law.
“When you look at this … this was an enemies list,” Solomon said. “This was a group of journalists that had raised questions about Russia and then about the conduct of things like Joe Biden, and the embassy was monitoring us, not for national security reasons, but for reasons about the reputations of people in the past administration, the Obama-Biden-[Hillary] Clinton administration.”
Solomon added that he believes “there was more than social media monitoring going on. I believe there may be other communications that were monitored based on things I see in the documents tonight.”
Solomon believes that there is more going on then just social media “monitoring.”
“The State Department and the embassy was told that these actions violated the Privacy Act [of 1974] of the 13 Americans whose accounts were monitored and the real question now is, is this the only thing they did?” he said.
“I have grave concern and I call on the ODNI, the State Department, if you have any evidence that journalists were being monitored, to please come forward and let the American people know.”
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Written by September 2, 2020–