Fox News’ Judge Andrew Napolitano, a respected source on federal law, just gave his expert opinion that if Susan Rice ordered the unmasking of American citizens for anything other than the purpose of national security, “that’s called espionage,” Napolitano declared.
Judge Napolitano explains further, from The Gateway Pundit:
“She (Susan Rice) is entitled to this. As the President’s National Security Advisor, she has the highest level of national security clearance.
Can she reveal the identity of an American for a purpose other than national security? Absolutely not. Can she ask for more Americans involved an then unmask them and say to her boss, ‘by the way, guess what Trump and Manafort were talking about last night?’ You know what that’s called? That’s called espionage. That’s called the failure to safeguard top secret information.”
The FBI needs to investigate the reason for Susan Rice’s requests that top Trump officials names be “unmasked,” as they are protected by “the highest level of classification for secrets that we have,” according to Napolitano.
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— 🇺🇸 Cris 🇺🇸 (@ThePatriot143) April 4, 2017