Watch: John Solomon Says Evidence Is Coming Of Obama Spying On Trump Campaign

(Tea Party PAC) – In the sea of insane hate Trump hysterical reporting, two journalists have stood out from the crowd in honesty and thoroughly reporting the truth about the so-called Trump-Russia collusion.

Sara Carter from Fox News and John Solomon from The Hill have reported extensively on the depths of the conspiracy hoax and who was really behind the farce which has captivated and distracted the nation for two years.

Wednesday, Solomon joined Fox News’ Sean Hannity just ahead of the release of the full Mueller report, and he had some truly stunning information that will inspire hope in any patriotic American.

The Obama administration did in fact spy on the Trump campaign, and evidence is coming.

Solomon explained to Hannity that the spying efforts on the Trump campaign began in January of 2016 and was all coordinated by the Obama White House.

What’s more, he said that the evidence of this is coming…next week.

Are you ready to finally see justice after all this time?

“One text message has always stuck out in my mind… And that is the text message from Peter Strzok to Lisa Page after coming out of one of the meetings…” Solomon explained.

“And the text says, ‘The White House is running this.’ I covered law enforcement for 30 years. The White House does not normally run counter intelligence for Justice Department investigations. That text remained in my head for a long time,” he continued.

“And over the last few weeks I’ve been reporting, I think Victoria in the last segment had something really important. She said January 1, 2017, there was at least one White House meeting. I think next week we’ll be talking about a meeting one year earlier where the origins of the Trump collusion case begin. A whole year earlier.”

This damning text message between former FBI lovers Strzok and Page has been central to unraveling the whole messy scheme to take down the Deep State plotters trying to unseat the President.

The Washington Examiner reported in May of last year:

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley on Wednesday pushed the Justice Department to release unredacted copies of text messages between FBI employees that displayed a bias against President Trump.

Specifically, the Iowa Republican drew attention to one text that says former President Barack Obama’s “White House is running this.”

“Congress, and the public, have a right to know how the Department spends taxpayer money,” Grassley said in a letter sent to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein calling for an uncensored release of messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. Page resigned from the FBI earlier this month.

Strzok and Page, who previously served on special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, found themselves at the center of a Senate investigation after their private text messages revealing an anti-Trump bias, among other tidbits of gossip from the department, were leaked. To aid in the investigation, the Justice Department allowed members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to view redacted versions of their conversations earlier this month.

One particular text, which was redacted, said “the White House is running this,” referring to an investigation, and Grassley now wants to know which one.

Earlier this month, Solomon and Carter appeared on “Life, Liberty, and Levin,” and Solomon explained his drive to find the truth and how this has inspired his reporting on the Trump-Russia collusion narrative.

“I think there’s a romanticism in the profession with Watergate. Everyone wants the next Watergate, and they’re trying to aspire to it,” Solomon explained.

“I grew up in an era where you were told never to fall in love with your story, to always be dispassionate and to just follow the facts wherever they lay,” he continued. “And when we started to follow the facts, they did not add up to the story that the mainstream media and the Obama administration was telling us.”

He also recounted a very interesting encounter he had with alleged members of the intelligence community who urged him where to dig, and told them what he would find there:

I drove home, I got to my mailbox, pulled in my car. There was a blue sedan sitting outside the mailbox, and there were two gentlemen, clearly intelligence officers somewhere from the government; they never identified their names. And they stepped out and they said, ‘Are you Mr. Solomon?’ I said, ‘Yes.’ They said, ‘We just saw you on Sean Hannity’s show. … We can’t tell you much, because most of what we know is classified, but … if you keep digging, you will find out that the United States intelligence community was used for a political opposition research project. … We need these tools … to catch bad guys. And if we misuse it for political dirty tricks, we won’t have those tools when the next terrorist attack or the next spy shows up in town. We need you to go find out what happened.’

“Is Barack Obama the only human being on the planet who didn’t know anything [about the warrant to spy on the 2016 Trump campaign]?” Levin then asked his guests.

“Why wasn’t [Obama] interested in Russian collusion before the election but [was] after the election?” Solomon replied.

This is a very good question and we may soon find out that Obama was in fact very interested in the Russian collusion narrative, and likely was behind the entire scheme.