After Flynn un-maskings, U.S. intel won’t answer whether agencies spy on Congress

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The dramatic disclosure earlier this year that the Obama administration sought to unmask ex-National Security Adviser Mike Flynn’s conversations intercepted overseas is reviving a long-unanswered question: Do U.S. spy agencies also monitor members of Congress?

That question has lingered at least since May 2017, when Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) demanded to know whether his conversations overseas while running for president in 2016 were umasked by the Obama administration.

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6 Comments on After Flynn un-maskings, U.S. intel won’t answer whether agencies spy on Congress

  1. If they won’t answer, it’s because they did. If they say yes, they’re in trouble. If they say no, Rand Paul would say; Well, let me type my name into your system and see if anything comes up.

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  2. If our government were functioning as it should be the bastards would have been lined up against a wall and offered a cigarette at sunrise

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  3. The (R)s really act like a bunch of battered wives – and for good reason, the battering and vitriol they face is severe.

    “A dog will not howl if you beat him with a bone”.
    Allowing someone to abuse you because you hope for better treatment is a mistake – bite them, chew off a piece and let them know you don’t need what they are holding over your head (approval from (D)irtbags). Like Trump – take no crap and only give politeness to the polite.

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