Former Secret Service Agent Predicts Obama AG “in Trouble”


by Sharon Rondeau

(Mar. 9, 2017) — Former U.S. Secret Service agent Dan Bongino said in his Thursday broadcast of “The Renegade Republican” that former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is “in trouble because Obamagate’s about to blow wide open.”

“Obamagate” is the name and hashtag applied to President Donald Trump’s allegations made last Saturday that Obama “ordered” wiretapping of the Trump Tower office during the last month of the 2016 presidential campaign.

On Monday, Bongino said on the show that from having observed Obama-regime operatives while performing his duties as an “elite” Secret Service agent tasked with providing protection to Obama, certain Obama loyalists had taken actions which he deemed “bad” and “illegal.”  He posited that because of Trump’s “unexpected” win in November, former Obama regime operatives “are in panic mode” for fear of discovery.

Bongino said that the operatives, who he did not identify by name, are “not loyal to the United States of America,” but rather, to Obama.

Explaining his newest claim about Lynch, he said that the Obama regime “conducted a potentially illegal investigation into a major party presidential candidate and president-elect while his political opponent was in office” which Lynch would have had to have sanctioned.

He invoked the Watergate scandal of 1973 in which then-President Richard Nixon was found to have ordered “bugging” of the Democrat National Committee’s convention at Washington’s Watergate Hotel.

Bongino asked how the monitoring of Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Trump’s first national security adviser, constituted a “national security” issue for the U.S. government.  The contents of Flynn’s conversations with the Russian ambassador prior to Trump’s taking office were made public in the early days of the Trump administration, and, due to their classified nature, is likely a felony.

The disclosures caused Flynn to resign after 24 days on the job.

Other leaks occurred, presumably from members of the intelligence community opposed to Trump’s presidency.

Referencing the alleged wiretapping of a server at Trump Tower, Bongino speculated that a questionable donation to Trump’s campaign or a Russian bank sending messages to the server could have been the catalyst.  At the outset of his Secret Service career, Bongino worked in identifying the counterfeiting of U.S. currency.

However, he doubted that such a discovery would have set off a “national security” investigation at the highest levels of government but that nevertheless, Lynch approved the application for a warrant to the FISA court.  “No rank-and-file agent in the FBI or operator in the CIA has the authority on his own to do that,” Bongino said.  “Loretta Lynch had to receive something.”

“They didn’t think they were going to get caught” because they were certain that Trump would not win the election, Bongino hypothesized.  “Because Trump controls the reins of government, they have access to all this information, and now they’re all in  a panic,” he said.

“There is no way this happened without her signing off in the end,” he concluded, then encouraged his audience to subscribe to CRTV, a new media initiative of Mark Levin featuring well-known columnist and investigative reporter Michelle Malkin and others.

Bongino is a guest commentator for Fox News and a former New York City police officer as well as a seasoned Secret Service agent.

On Sunday, he pledged to begin revealing his observations gleaned from his Secret Service work during the Obama years.

He believes that the mainstream media has projected a false story line about Trump’s alleged connections with the Russian government.  Since Trump made his accusation against Obama on Saturday, mainstream media Obama sycophants have attempted to deny that Obama had any involvement in the alleged wiretapping, although in January and before, The New York Times affirmed that wiretapping had been conducted on at least one server at Trump Tower and that a number of investigations were ongoing, allegedly led by the FBI.

No one has been charged nor any confirmed connections declared by the FBI between Trump or his campaign associates and the Russians.

For his part, Obama was said on Wednesday to be “furious” at Trump’s direct accusation of him over the wiretapping charge.

Some former intelligence agents have stated unequivocally that all Americans’ communications are captured by the NSA and stored for future reference.

In July 2012, the declared forgery of Obama’s long-form birth certificate was declared a “national security” item by then-Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph Arpaio, but neither Congress nor the media investigated further.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reportedly considering bringing in a special prosecutor to investigate the Obama Justice Department, which Lynch headed while attorney general.

4 Responses to "Former Secret Service Agent Predicts Obama AG “in Trouble”"

  1. Charles   Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 2:42 PM

    This is criminal for Obama to have a renegade government. To wire tap private citizens just to overthrow a election. Obama , Lynch , and anyone involved should face the maximum penalties under law

  2. Ed Sunderland   Friday, March 10, 2017 at 9:16 AM

    Jeffery Harrison is exactly right. I don’t give a crap about what Bongino has to say now, the horses left the barn a long time ago. Nothing he says going forward is of any use. Bongino is the firefly that hit the windshield. He’s done.

    The only time he would have been of any use was in the beginning.

  3. Jeffrey Harrison   Friday, March 10, 2017 at 5:37 AM

    Bongino is like the fellow who calls in the fire alarm after a fire has burned down the building.
    What other things is he to come out with, “way after the fact”?

  4. Bob68   Thursday, March 9, 2017 at 11:43 PM

    I have a feeling that, for all practical purposes, there is no national security….kind of like there is no privacy. To me results of the information below, alone, reduce national security to a joke:

    From the Congressional Research Service, per Executive Order 13467:
    Are Constitutional Officers (e.g., the President, Members of Congress) Required to Hold a Security Clearance to Access Classified Information?

    Congressional Research Service answer:

    “Security clearances are not mandated for the President, Vice President, Members of Congress, Supreme Court Justices, or other constitutional officers. The criteria for election or appointment to these positions are specified in the U.S. Constitution, and except by constitutional amendment, no additional criteria (e.g., holding a security clearance) may be required.

    As Commander-in-Chief, the President has the authority to establish the standards for access to classified national security information. This authority is typically exercised through the issuance of executive orders. Executive Order 13467, which covers suitability checks and security clearances for federal employees, applicants, and contractors, includes a determination of which executive branch individuals are covered and which are exempted.

    ‘Covered individual’ means a person who performs work for or on behalf of the executive branch, or who seeks to perform work for or on behalf of the executive branch, but does not include:

    (i)the President or (except to the extent otherwise directed by the President) employees of the President under section 105 or 107 of title 3, United States Code; or
    (ii) the Vice President or (except to the extent otherwise directed by the Vice President) employees of the Vice President under section 106 of title 3 or annual legislative branch appropriations acts.”

    Who are these “employees” of the president and VP who do not have to have a security clearance, but can see any information the president. or in Obama’s case the unvetted fake president, or VP say they can see? Members of the Muslim Brotherhood, Valerie Jarrett, people like admitted Communist ‘Czar” Van Jones, etc? Link, see page 7:


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