During a recent appearance on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” former Obama White House advisor Valerie Jarrett spoke about the Obama administration’s role in spying that was done by the intelligence community into President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
According to Breitbart, Fox’s Maria Bartiromo openly asked if former President Barack Obama was involved in the treasonous affair. Jarrett aggressively denied that Obama had any role in any this.
“I ask you, did President Obama direct any of this?” Bartiromo asked
“That’s not how it works,” Jarrett responded. “That’s not how our investigations work. That — we leave that to the intelligence community to bring forward information. And — and the dossier, I would imagine, would be one piece of a much bigger puzzle.”
“And so if you’re saying, is it important to make sure that there isn’t influence — and, actually, the Mueller report didn’t conclude that there wasn’t any wrong-doing,” she said continuing to weave a web of lies. “In fact, he was explicit in saying quite the opposite. And so I don’t think we should read in where there hasn’t been actually any conclusion to that effect yet. You’re making statements that actually haven’t been proven are based in fact.”
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