Bill Mitchell built a name for himself on Internet radio during the 2016 election. Fueled by Trump fever, Mitchell’s show was a draw for those riding the TRUMP train.
Mitchell built his following by displaying unbending faith in the billionaire businessman. That faith continues on today despite Trump hitting a rough patch of late.
Earlier today, Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes reported that members of the intelligence community “incidentally collected” communications from the Trump transition team during legal surveillance operations of foreign targets. He said this produced “dozens” of reports which eventually unmasked several individuals’ identities and were “widely disseminated.”
In response to that report, Mitchell blasted out two tweets which the president then retweeted. Mitchell wrote: “EXACTLY AS I SAID – House Intel Chair: We Cannot Rule Out Sr. Obama Officials Were Involved in Trump Surveillance.” He then followed up with a second tweet: “Trump always ends up being right. It’s almost a little freaky.”
EXACTLY AS I SAID – House Intel Chair: We Cannot Rule Out Sr. Obama Officials Were Involved in Trump Surveillance https://t.co/ernZeDQIfy
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) March 23, 2017
Trump always ends up being right. It’s almost a little freaky.
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) March 22, 2017
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