PUBLISHED: 9:15 PM 29 Mar 2017

Napolitano Back On Fox News After Being Fired, Doubles Down On Claim Of Obama Treason

"America's Judge"

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Judge Andrew Napolitano was let go from Fox News for stating the U.K. spies helped Obama. He returned to Fox and said it AGAIN!

Recently we covered how Fox News had fired “America’s Judge,” Andrew Napolitano, over his exposing of the treasonous acts of President Obama. Rather than trust The Judge (as he is often referred to) that his sources for the story regarding British spy agencies helping Obama illegally spy on President Donald Trump were sound, Fox fired Napolitano when things heated up. It is common for people in the media (which is his current role) to not give up sources.

To do so can lead to them being fired from their posts or even murdered. It seemed at the time of his statement that Fox did not have the faith needed to trust a man who would not risk losing a shot at the Supreme Court for a known lie. His name was whispered to be in the shoes of Judge Gorsuch and, while that proved untrue, The Judge WAS consulted by Trump about his choice.

Well, whether by public outcry, new found facts, or even perhaps by Napolitano secretly showing proof behind closed doors, he was back as a guest on “America’s Newsroom” on Fox News. It is unlikely that America’s Judge gave up his source, even in secret, but if he did we would never know about it. For one thing, if Fox was thought to have had the proof, Congress and everyone else could be snooping at their doorstep like a bloodhound on a crime scene, a situation that would interfere with their news delivering objectives. If Fox executives know anything, it is forever in their best interest to deny it, regardless of what the morality of doing so is.

Napolitano’s initial claim was that then-President Obama used British spy agencies as a way to get around U.S. law and to survey Trump. “Recent allegations made by media commentator Judge Andrew Napolitano about GCHQ being asked to conduct ‘wire tapping’ against the then President Elect are nonsense. They are utterly ridiculous and should be ignored,” is what the UK Government Communications Headquarters had to say on the matter in a statement. For some reason, when Napolitano says something with “no proof” it is to be called rubbish, but when the British claim innocence without proof, Fox suddenly jumps to call it fact and fires The Judge. There is no logic in that, so there must be something that we are not being told.

Upon his return Wednesday, Fox’s Bill Hemmer questioned Napolitano about the comments that he made which lead to his being fired from the channel. Concerning the statements, Hemmer asked, “You still stand by that?” Napolitano said, “Yes I do, and the sources stand by it and the American public needs to know more about this rather than less because a lot of the government surveillance authorities will expire in the fall.” This means that not only did he say it again, but he said it ON FOX AGAIN! These are not the words of a liar, not when he has so very much to lose, so America needs to lend this man their ears.


Napolitano is adamant that what he said about Great Britain and Obama’s spying on Trump were honest facts.

He continued with, “There will be a great debate about how much authority we want the government to have to surveil us and the more the American public knows about this the more informed their and Congress’ decisions will be.” His words need to be acknowledged because while we’ve learned that we as a people can get rid of things like the Patriot Act, we can also be saddled with many of the same entrapments from other “laws” and statutes as if the act remained. We know as well that our precious Fourth Amendment rights are being savaged, and that we live in a world where half of all America has their faces in U.S. government databanks just waiting for them to commit a crime. Now we have presidents doing it to one another and this practice knows no limit.

While Napolitano was able to give no more details, he did say that “I think a lot more is going to come.” In other words, there are people somewhere in the media or government apparatus that are not only knowing of this, but willing to expose and/or prosecute it. Those who would call this insanity are forgetting that Obama was caught red handed bugging Angela Merkel‘s cell phone, and she was our ally, too. Why would the elite NWO worshippers in England not support those of the same cult here and help bring down Trump? This is exactly what many leaks on the Democrats have shown, just ask the Bernie Sanders campaign.

Twitter erupted with great joy and fervor over the return of The Judge, something that likely showed itself in the ratings. If not, it is certainly something that they did not want to wait and see, to say the least. Just as grassroots voters elected Donald Trump, so it is that the same salt of the Earth shall not judge the Judge until the facts are in. He may not be able to divulge his sources, but he is a judge, so if it would hamper the case to say more, he knows it. People break stories every day that have sources that must remain secret at the time of the initial reporting. To crucify Napolitano for this is a double standard that should not be.

Quoting The Judge, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said, “Three intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Obama went outside the chain of command.” This is a statement that was also referenced by Trump. It is clear that the president trusts Napolitano, so this also lends a bit of credence to the worthiness of the judges words. Simply put, he is not a man known for lies nor exaggerations. This is noticed by everyone who pays even a bit of attention to what he has said over the years. That is why Trump said, “All we did was quote a certain very talented legal mind who was the one responsible for saying that on television.”


America loves Napolitano because exposes the absurdity in our culture and is not afraid to take heat for it.

While left-wingers will cry foul, let us give The Judge the kind of deliberation that we would ourselves want if we were to appear before his bench to plead our case. A man with a record of being honest deserves the chance to prove his honesty, and sometimes, that can not happen overnight. One thing is certain, now that he has said this about the U.K. on Fox twice, this is not something that is going to go away anytime soon.