Wikileaks, a week ago released some of its biggest leaks till date. The leaked documents state that the CIA, along with other intelligence all over the world might be trying to deploy common household electronic appliances as surveillance systems to spy on you. Wikileaks accused the CIA of gathering information from smartphones and televisions. And, while, in most cases, the government flat out denies the existence of any such Loch Ness Monsters, the Donald Trump administration has decided to play the victim, indirectly giving authenticity to the leaks. The 70-year-old blonde Republican babe (not Kellyanne Conway), sitting on the position of the most powerful man in the world (not Steve Bannon), Donald trump has accused former President Barack Obama of spying on him ever since the election campaign.
Now, while the White House has tried its best to not give too much air to Trump’s allegations or the Wikileaks papers, Counsellor to the President, Kellyanne Conway looked well on her path to take down both the objectives. Speaking to a local newspaper in New Jersey, Conway agreed that there were so many ways to spy on each other. Speaking obviously about the Wikileaks, Conway said that there was an article which spoke about how one could spy on someone using their phones, through television sets and other ways. “And microwaves that turn into cameras, et cetera. So we know that that is just a fact of modern life.”, she was quoted saying by the LA Times.
Basically, Conway just said that the Trump administration agreed to the fact that the CIA does spy on people using smartphones and television sets and microwaves. On being asked if the Trump tower was being wiretapped, she said that she was not on the job to investigate. So, to conclude, we find ourselves with fe points. Kellyanne Conway and the entire Donald Trump’s administration has some obvious and astounding lack of preparations when it comes to speaking in the media, or they just blatantly lie to prove a pint and then lie again, or the CIA is actually spying on the citizens of a free world, which is a gross violation of human rights.