Almost six weeks ago this Thursday, Mark Levin began asking questions about the Obama administration’s alleged surveillance of the Trump campaign and/or transition team. Now, there’s absolutely no question it occurred.
On his Wednesday evening radio show, the Conservative Review editor-in-chief took the “praetorian guard” media to task for their “cover up” coverage of the Obama surveillance scandal, following a bombshell Tuesday revelation from the Washington Post that the Obama administration obtained a FISA warrant last summer to snoop on former Trump adviser Carter Page.
The revelation puts a gratuitous amount of egg on the faces of reporters and media outlets who have done little more than try to downplay the scandal since it started over a month ago.
Earlier in the show segment, Levin mentioned by name CNN reporter Brian Stelter for his “thoroughly dishonest” attacks after the scandal initially began to make headlines weeks ago.
There’s no longer any question that the Obama administration was spying on the Trump campaign. The question still remains, however, whether or not the media who have been running interference for the Obama administration over the past few weeks will own up to what they’ve done.
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Nate Madden is a Staff Writer for Conservative Review, focusing on religious freedom, immigration, and the judiciary. He previously served as the Director of Policy Relations for the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative. A Publius Fellow, John Jay Fellow, Citadel Parliamentary Fellow and National Journalism Center alumnus, Nate’s writing has previously appeared in several religious and news publications. Follow him @NateMaddenCR and on Facebook.