Who should Congress interview to get to the bottom of all this...

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  1. jackclee lm profile image82
    jackclee lmposted 19 months ago

    Surveillance charges by intelligence and previous administration?

    Top on list are the following :
    1. Ben Rhodes
    2. Susan Rice
    3. Evelyn Farkas
    4. John Brennan
    5. James Comey

    These 5 individuals of the Obama years holds the key to the Benghazi affair, Hillary's email server,
    Russian intelligence, unmasking of Trump transition team and unlawful surveillance and Michael Flynn, and intelligence leaks...
    It is not rocket science. They have the inside access and info and contacts and possible motives...
    They should be called before Congress, put under oath and allowed to tell their story, no grandstanding by senators...asking long questions that are masked as statements...
    These people have information and the American people deserves to know it and find out what is going on...we don't have a shadow government. If president Obama is implicated in any way, he needs to be called and testify.
    Even though he is out of office, does not make him immune from prosecution if some laws were broken under his watch. He clearly went against the Constitution while in office as indicated by the many Supreme Court rulings against his actions. He would have been impeached and should have been. There are many cases to be made but unfortunately the GOP lack a spine and just wanted him to go away. But it appears that they were wrong. Obama is not going away as other ex Presidents. He is staying in DC...

    1. Will Apse profile image90
      Will Apseposted 19 months agoin reply to this

      Benghazi? Where's that then?

      1. Live to Learn profile image79
        Live to Learnposted 19 months agoin reply to this

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      2. jackclee lm profile image82
        jackclee lmposted 19 months agoin reply to this

        Where have you been? It was in the news for the better part of a year...leading up to the election. It is the reason we even found out about Hillary's private email server...

      3. colorfulone profile image85
        colorfuloneposted 19 months agoin reply to this

        Susan Rice takes us back to Benghazi.  Benghazi to me is an example of an information warfare campaign, literally feeding a false narrative into the media with kernels of truth.  That is something our CIA has been doing since they began in like '48.  Corrupting papers, journalists, media people and getting them to insert false narratives along with facts.  Then, they use that as information weapons against our own country, we saw that played out plain as day under Obama repeatedly.

        Blaming the attack in Benghazi on a video didn't fly for long, now with Rice, all that may be coming around full circle with the unmasking.  We're talking about the collusion with the media and federal government, the players and allies, and nothing ever cames of it. 

        The unmasking itself is a small issue, but the weaponizing of the enter federal administration is not a small issue.  Before Benghazi we had Fast and Furious, which was to have a body count in Mexico that could be blamed on American guns. That's what that was. People had to die in Mexico to discredit our Second Amendment.  Hundreds died and a couple of American agents died.  The lesson from that was that nothing happened to the Obama Administration.  ...  The previous Attorney General had to step down, he was held in contempt of Congress, but nothing happened to him.  He is making millions as a consulting attorney now. 

        We saw the IRS weaponized and used against conservatives, and so far nothing has happened.  So, why not a weaponized NSA, FBI, etc. for political gain?  I could go on, but maybe you can see where Benghazi is in this picture and can see where the concern comes from.

        Trump is trying to turn this back and he is not a perfect man, but he is resisting, and just look at the guns that are out for him now.  I think most people will be amazed if Trump makes it through four years.

    2. colorfulone profile image85
      colorfuloneposted 19 months agoin reply to this

      Zoom in, in the recent light of the Susan Rice unmasking revelation, she will be questioned, but she is deceptive and well shielded by the deep state so not much will come of it.  They aren't going to throw her under the bus.

      I feel like we are only seeing maybe 10% of the visible iceberg of a civil war that is being fought in the government.  In the federal government its a no-holds-bar fight and we are only seeing through a keyhole, but make no mistake we are in a civil war internally within the federal government.

      The civil war has already spilled over into the streets, I use Berkeley as an example, etc.  I think what the left is going to do is disrupt everything and that is what the resistance is all about, because they couldn't get what they wanted through the ballot box.  When there is shooting in the streets they will say its all Trump's fault.  But, its like they are begging for someone to dump a magazine into a crowd, right or left or false flag.  They are going for a destabilization operation one way or another. 

      Perhaps the only novelty for me now is watching the Democrats pretend to be virgins in a whore house. That's the funny part as they pour on the charming.

      1. jackclee lm profile image82
        jackclee lmposted 19 months agoin reply to this

        I would also crack down on George Soros and some of his front groups. They are the ones funding OWS and BLM and order anarchist groups... where is the IRS and its oversight on these 501c3 groups?
        Soros needs to be investigated for unAmerican activities. He has been causing division among the people and protests that destroy property... why is this allowed? Freedom of speech has limits and does not include destroying of private property.

        1. colorfulone profile image85
          colorfuloneposted 19 months agoin reply to this

          George is in hiding because Putin made him a wanted man when he put out an international arrest warrant on him.  President Trump is working to dismantle Soros' agendas, like ending privacy on the internet.  Trump is for privacy on the internet.

          From what I understand from sources, the terrorist events in St. Petersburg recently were meant as warnings to President Trump also, as to what will happen in the US if Trump continues to resist the deep state.  If true, I think they will push as hard as they have to for, not martial law, but what they call “Continuity of Government” and bring in the UN. 

          For the Globalist's agenda to work they have to bring down the United States and Russia.  There was a direct link from the neo-liberals in Russia to the Clintons since 1992 until Trump became president.  Putin's ideology is different than the neo-liberal's in his own party, its very complicated.  Putin is in charge of foreign, national and social policies and wants to maintain the national sovereignty of Russia as much as Trump wants that for the US.   

          The neo-liberals in Russia and here would like the United States to become the USSA and Russia to return to being the USSR.  IMO

  2. abwilliams profile image34
    abwilliamsposted 19 months ago

    That would be my list of individuals as well, for Starters, to go before Congress. No grandstanding by Senators.....hear, hear, wouldn't that be grand?
    I will not mention names, but there's one, maybe two on your list, that I'd trust to be truthful.....even under oath. Sad to say.

 
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