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Judicial Watch Sues for Documents Detailing Obama-era Unmaskings

Did former President Barack Obama break the law in order to try to help Hillary Clinton win? Judicial watch is suing for records to find evidence that the former president may have been trying to tip the scales in favor of his ally.

Judicial Watch’s suit is unlikely to reveal everything that everyone would want to know about why members of the Obama administration felt it necessary to redact names related to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

However, what the organization hopes to do in filing this lawsuit is to reveal why members of the past administration felt it was necessary to redact this information. An explanation had to be given for the redaction and this information can make it easy to see if the Obama administration in fact had a good reason to essentially spy on a political campaign from the opposing party, or if it acted in good faith to protect the United States.

While people across the country are still fretting about Russia’s arguable involvement in the 2016 elections, what cannot be ignored is what was going on in the White House and DNC during this time. While the DNC was doing everything in its power to pay Russian operatives to supply anti-Trump information, there is a very real possibility that the former president used his power in order to find out sensitive information about President Trump’s campaign and perhaps even pass the information on to Hillary Clinton’s campaign in order to tip the election in her favor.

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