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originally posted by: angeldoll
I wonder what Jeff Sessions will have to say about this, or if this is some convoluted way President Snake is trying to force Sessions to quit, ya know like he's done to several others who have tried to do their jobs properly and legally.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
Guess it's okay to release classified info it it helps the president.
The house minority wrote a corresponding report to accompany the memo. In an effort towards transparency the majority said...nope
originally posted by: jimmyx
good job comrades in getting possible secrets to the inner workings of the justice dept., and FBI, disclosed publicly....AND BY THEIR OWN GOVERNMENT!!...the kremlin is proud of you, your pal, Vladimir Putin.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: luthier
The FISA program is just one of thousands of "laws" that have the potential to be abused.
originally posted by: butcherguy
Sara Carter was on Hannity tonight.
She said that her sources are telling her that McCabe had FBI agents changing 302's, and that info will be coming out in Horowitz's IG report.
If this is true, this is a horrible thing and heads need to roll.
originally posted by: luthier
a reply to: RadioRobert
They didn't. They created more of them. After the surveillance is taken it is databased and requires no warrant to extract.
It's readily available to view.
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: Grambler
Is there any reason Trump would not release the memo?
originally posted by: bluechevytree
The democrats tried to use fabricated evidence to frame trump for colluding with the Russians to steal the election, but he out smarted them, now they are going down and people from the DOJ and FBI are going down with them.
America dodged a bullet when Hillary lost the election.
The Nunes bill expands the statutory terms “foreign power” and “agent of a foreign power”—both of which can be approved for NSA surveillance—to include a broad set of cyber-related activities. These activities include efforts to impair the “confidentiality, integrity, or availability of computers,” so long as those activities threaten the national defense or security of the United States.