I did check that out but I want to learn about their service besides the heroic talkers. Imagine how many lives they saved. That and the take-over of the ‘Enigma’ machine. Thanks to johnbarleycorn I learned about Ira H. Gayes of the UCMC.Thanx
You misrepresent the nature of the FISA court.
First, you state that they have been investigated and found wanting.
Then you state that nobody is able to penetrate their odious secrecy.
Both of these things cannot be true.
I have nothing bad to say about Scribd, but I’m not going to pay them for information that is free on many Gov. sites. You seek your information where you please and I will do the same. Please don’t try to school me.
Teacher? O. K. Though Trump insisted on an investigation, it didn’t happen. But Steve Castor inserted it into a question. Download the Bill Taylor deposition.
The investigation into Biden’s actions in Ukraine was blown up. There is a difference between carrying out the state policy and trying to bribe a foreign government to ‘start an investigation’ of a political opponent.
We are not a Banana Republic. We have a Constitution and a Code of Federal Regulations. You might want to catch up on your reading.
A ballad written by Peter LaFarge,Johnny Cash rendition.
The last two stanzas:
There they battled up Iwo Jima’s hill,
Two hundred and fifty men
But only twenty-seven lived
to walk back down again
And when the fight was over
And when Old Glory raised
Among the men who held it high
Was the Indian, Ira Hayes
Thank you, Ira Hayes. Semper fi
Well, when I see somebody pumping out that garbage, I like to call their hand on it.
You are referring to the activity in the W administration and accusing Obama and the FBI of wrongdoing.
I remember the 8 instances because there was an investigation of FISA warrants during the time Trump was first being investigated and he Republicans were pulling their hair out. They demanded a review of the FISA warrants and came away with nothing. I said eight and that is from memory, but feel free to check it out.
It matters who posts anything. The Republicans have built up a good reputation for pumping out conspiracy theories. When I listen to the Attorney General of the U. S. stand before a group like the Federalist Society and assault people who are carrying out their duty, while he violates the Hatch Act, I tend to question their integrity.
You mention the Intel agencies ‘attest’ to ‘a variety of safeguards’, but it is the intelligence agencies who apply for FISA warrants. FISA warrants are safeguards.
You spew out this garbage and expect people to take it hook, line and sinker? For my part, I could care less if you take my word for anything. I would advise you to check me out. I might make a mistake.
If you want to keep putting you false info out here I will surely respond, so if you don’t want to hear from me don’t spread false info and right-wing propaganda.
Remember how propaganda works. It doesn’t have to have any semblance of truth or fact. It just needs to be repeated over and over. And the minions and sycophants pick up the chant until people begin to accept it.
I noticed the GOP lawyer, Steve Castor in the hearings, ask questions and insert false statements. I never heard anyone call him on it. Maybe they just ignored it or didn’t notice it at all.
Very good Mr. Jones.
…because of Trump…
I thought he had everybody’s respect.
So here is the source of your ‘thousands’ of ‘violations’ of the FISA requests.
Being investigated does not make them violations. I think 8 had questionable content. They were denied by the FISA court.
Top Secret FISA Court Order – President Obama Spying on Political EnemiesUploaded by The Conservative Treehouse
Conservative Treehouse. I thought you were a little squirrely.
Don’t bother me again. You’ve got garbage.
I don’t review right-wing propaganda.
Kurtass is right, even if you don’t know it. What party do all the white supremacist belong to? Check out Matt Shea.
Check out Stephen Miller. Do you know where he works?
Of course, if you don’t want to know…