Congress Subpoenas Deep State, Goes After Obama’s Unmasking
June 1, 2017
President Trump on Thursday directly accused the Obama Administration of improperly surveilling the American people, a day after Congressional subpoenas were issued seeking records from U.S. spy agencies about Obama officials’ requests.
The CIA, NSA and FBI were served with subpoenas Wednesday afternoon for documents relating to former Obama national security adviser Susan Rice, ex-CIA director John Brennan and former U.N. ambassador Samantha Power. The subpoenas, signed by House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Ca., explicitly referenced the “unmasking” of U.S. citizens.
“The big story is the ‘unmasking and surveillance’ of people that took place during the Obama Administration,” Trump tweeted.
The inclusion of Power’s name on the subpoenas marks her first appearance in the controversy surrounding the Obama administration’s use of unmasking. Capitol Hill sources told Fox News they are devoting increasing scrutiny to Power – a former historian and winner of the Pulitzer Prize who worked as a foreign policy adviser in the Senate office of Barack Obama before joining his administration – because they have come to see her role in the unmasking as larger than previously known, and eclipsing those of the other former officials named.
It is about time.
How To Lift Saggy Skin In Under 2 Minutes
The Worst Cars Of All Time
7 Bizarre Archeological Discoveries That Baffle All Scientists
The Hottest Filipina Celebs Who Will Make You Weak At The Knees
How To Tighten Saggy Skin (Doctors Shocked!)
101 Gorgeous Celebrities With Apparently Nothing To Hide
High Ranking Respected Republican Backs Jared Kushner
Pelosi Won’t Condemn Dem’s Disgusting Sexual Remark about Kellyanne Conway
Fruity European Leader Snickers At Trump’s Appeal to NATO
About The Author
Leave a Reply
GOP Presidential Copyright © 2017.
Theme by MyThemeShop