invasion of privacy

What President Trump and Cameron Slater have in common

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Believe it or not President Trump and Cameron Slater have something in common. Both have had their privacy invaded by political enemies looking for dirt.

Cameron had eight years worth of private and personal information stolen as part of a politically motivated hack. The stolen information was turned into a book but his political enemies’ fishing expedition got them not one single fish. They found zero evidence of any crime. No laws had been broken, nothing illegal had been done.

After breaking the law themselves in a fruitless attempt to find criminal actions all they could do was to claim moral disapproval of lawful strategies and methods that were used. They also tried to demonise Cameron because of the kind of language he uses in private with his mates similar to how Trump was demonised for his private comments about women.

President Trump recently claimed that ex-President Obama spied on him, doing his own fishing expedition looking for dirt before Trump became president. If true, the fact that Obama’s spies were unable to dig up any dirt shows that Trump may use successful strategies and methods that some disapprove of but like Cameron, he didn’t break any laws. They can demonise Trump all they like but it doesn’t change the fact that Obama allegedly spied on Trump in an unsuccessful attempt to find incriminating evidence on him just like Rawshark and his accomplice Nicky Hager tried to do to Cameron Slater.

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