Donald J. Trump may be a dominate force on Twitter, shaking financial markets and causing stocks of various companies to tumble or sky rocket, but there is a force at work that may result in his ultimate demise: crowdsourcing.
No matter how hard Trump attempts to deflect away from the fact that it was he who started and then continually reinforced the Obama Birther conspiracy beginning as early as March 23, 2011
and that President Obama had “wires tapped” in Trump Tower, there is no denying that Trump is now at the mercy of the social media platforms he chose to promulgate his unsubstantiated claims.
Millions of Twitter users and 1.23 billion Facebook daily active users (DAU) are now reading a daily diary of actions taken by Trump and his Administration that are preposterous beyond any normal level of comprehension.
Each coming day brings a fresh tranche of information that a multitude of social media users cogently piece together such that even the most skeptical jurist would conclude—with a high degree of confidence—that crimes against the United States of America have been intentionally committed by Trump and his associates.
Those connecting the dots are not your lonely 400 pound hackers living in their mother’s basement as Trump would like his supporters to believe. They are professors and scientists like Caroline O (@RVAwonk) or former Members of Parliament (MP) like @LouiseMensch now living in New York City and who broke the FISA warrant story.
These are just a few of the valiant social media warriors who are tearing apart every fallacy conjured up by Trump to deflect away from any possible criminal activity undertaken by himself and his Administration.
It is hard to know exactly what Twitter user @TeaPainUSA does professionally, but he may very well be a database administrator with intimate knowledge of data replication strategies across geographical regions—like between Russia and New York.
Extending the work of fellow Twitter users @LouiseMensch and @Conspirator0, @TeaPainUSA has written a very note worthy white paper on the server that was located in Trump Tower and became part of a @FBI investigation pertaining to the aforementioned FISA warrant.
This story brings into vivid relief the possible coordination between someone running for President of the United States and a foreign adversary—an act defined as Treason in the Constitution of the United States and codified in 18 U.S. Code § 2381 – Treason:
“Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.”
The FBI emphatically reinforces the concept that the Bureau will follow the evidence where ever the evidence leads them.
In the era of crowdsourcing, where powerful minds come together to solve various problems that may seem insurmountable, the FBI could be monitoring various individuals on social media in order to accelerate the development of an undeniable body of evidence that may very well lead to the impeachment or resignation of the President of the United States.