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This bombshell revelation is just now making its way through the mainstream media, and if corroborated the implications of what this might mean to the Obama Administration can only be surmised in that willful malfeasance, especially by a public official is a crime, which doesn’t end simply because the individual is no longer in office.

The disclosure of perhaps a crime being committed was aired by Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano, who made the stunning announcement that the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, may have been the target of an illegal surveillance campaign by the Obama White House.

In a segment on Fox’s “Mornings With Maria,” which aired on Fox’s Business Network, Napolitano reveals a conversation he had with the late Supreme Court Justice and his belief that he (Scalia) and the entire Supreme Court was under surveillance by Obama.

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“Justice Scalia told me he often thought the court was being surveilled, and he told me that probably four or five years ago,” Napolitano said.

Moreover, Napolitano made clear during the segment that: “the use of intelligence data for political purposes is a felony.” This brings us back to malfeasance while in office, regardless if Obama is out of office or not if proven the former president can be tried for a crime committed while in office.

A recent report revealed that President Obama through the National Security Agency continued to collect throughout 2016 bulk phone records of American citizens, collecting data on more than 151 million records, despite the fact that Congress explicitly prohibited the collection of data in 2015 of private citizens without probable cause.

Journalist John Solomon wrote: “In all, government officials conducted 30,355 searches in 2016 seeking information about Americans in NSA intercept metadata, which include telephone numbers and email addresses. The activity amounted to a 27.5 percent increase over the prior year and more than triple the 9,500 such searches that occurred in 2013, the first year such data was kept.

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