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Mark Meadows Just Went Off on Twitter: 'Was the Obama DOJ Weaponized to Spy on the Trump Campaign?'

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Republican Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina tweeted a walkthrough of a potential political scandal involving the FBI and the Obama Department of Justice spying on the Trump 2016 presidential campaign.




Meadows also mentioned the Strzok-Page texts, but he directed focus specifically to the Fusion GPS dossier, paid for by the Democratic National Committee, and how it could be to obtain a “surveillance warrant.”

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Meadows said GOP Rep. Jim Jordan had requested information from the FBI about whether or not authorities used the Russian dossier to obtain a spying warrant, but the bureau refused to show the congressmen the FISA application.


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Meadows said Americans deserve to know if their government is spying on them in secret and recently called for the appointment of a second special counsel to “investigate the investigators.”




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A version of this article appeared on The Daily Caller News Foundation website.

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