Intelligence Agencies Regularly Look at Details of Americans’ Everyday Lives


The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. ~ Amendment IV

Going After Peoples’ Private Lives

One congressman says the intel reports of private citizens unmasked by Susan Rice and allegedly one other covered details of the daily life of the targets. They are going after the personal lives of people.

“This is information about their everyday lives,” Rep. Peter King of New York, a member of the House Intelligence committee said. “Sort of like in a divorce case where lawyers are hired, investigators are hired just to find out what the other person is doing from morning until night and then you try to piece it together later on.”

It has become commonplace. Americans were identified in 26 percent of the cases, or roughly one in four intelligence reports, Fox News reported.

To date, only Republican Chair of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes and ranking Democrat Adam Schiff have reviewed the intelligence reports with others given broad outlines.

The left is trying to make it a story about Devin Nunes leaking classified information.

Spy Reports Come Out Monthly has a story out Thursday in which national security reporter Sara Carter reports that US spy agencies intercept and unmask congressional figures as often as once a month.

The U.S. government’s foreign surveillance sweeps up U.S. lawmakers and staffers as a matter of course and once a month Congress is informed of unmasked individuals. These Gates notifications (after Robert Gates) go to the Gang of Eight — the House speaker and minority leader, the Senate Republican and Democratic leaders and the bipartisan heads of both chambers’ intelligence committees.

Congressmen might not know they’ve been unmasked, however.

The NSA is authorized to spy on foreign powers without a court warrant under Section 702 of the FISA law. The espionage laws were loosened in 2011 and in 2017.

Intel Agencies Are Stonewalling Congress

Congress is attempting to investigate but intelligence agencies are refusing to cooperate. They are only nominally under the president’s control and are stonewalling efforts to get to the bottom of who revealed names and leaked protected information to the press, Fox News reported.

“Our requests are simply not being answered,” said one House Intelligence committee source about the lack of responsiveness. “The agencies are not really helping at all and there is truly a massive web for us to try and wade through.”

A Senate Intelligence Committee source said the upper chamber had the same experience.

When people talk about Deep State, this is who they are talking about – a shadow government of bureaucrats with a great deal of power who allow the Congress and President to rule if they are in agreement.

Maxine Said More Than She Should Have

In early March, Maxine Waters implicated Barack Obama in the spying scandal. The media won’t report it that way, but listen to what she says.

At the beginning of Obama’s second term, Maxine talked about the former president’s database. She was allegedly talking about data on Democrats but why wouldn’t the president have a powerful database on Republicans? When you have the president developing detailed, powerful databases, you have to wonder if blackmail isn’t the next step for some powerful politico or intel official.

“That’s going to be very, very powerful,” Waters said. “That database will have information about everything on every individual on ways that it’s never been done before and whoever runs for President on the Democratic ticket has to deal with that. They’re going to go down with that database and the concerns of those people because they can’t get around it. And he’s [President Obama] been very smart. It’s very powerful what he’s leaving in place.”

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