NSA Criminality Revealed in New Report

This NSA criminality has been used by the Deep State to attack Team Trump

Of course, the FBI and NSA criminality is being defended. Defenders say the government does so much spying that, if they break the rules a few times, we should give them a high grade. But, before the NSA criminality is revealed, they tell us that “safeguards” prevent abuses. They change their story when they are caught.

Furthermore, as we know from recent news, NSA criminality looks suspiciously political. It was used against Team Trump. So the few abuses “just happen” to occur when a Republican wins the White House and promises to drain the swamp?


The Hill reports, “Newly declassified memos detail extent of improper Obama-era NSA spying.

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The National Security Agency and FBI violated specific civil liberty protections during the Obama administration by improperly searching and disseminating raw intelligence on Americans or failing to promptly delete unauthorized intercepts, according to newly declassified memos that provide some of the richest detail to date on the spy agencies’ ability to obey their own rules.

The memos reviewed by The Hill were publicly released on July 11 through Freedom of Information Act litigation by the American Civil Liberties Union.

They detail specific violations that the NSA or FBI disclosed to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court or the Justice Department’s national security division during President Obama’s tenure between 2009 and 2016. The intelligence community isn’t due to report on compliance issues for 2017, the first year under the Trump administration, until next spring.

The NSA says that the missteps amount to a small number — less than 1 percent — when compared to the hundreds of thousands of specific phone numbers and email addresses the agencies intercepted through the so-called Section 702 warrantless spying program created by Congress in late 2008.

“Quite simply, a compliance program that never finds an incident is not a robust compliance program,” said Michael Halbig, the NSA’s chief spokesman. “The National Security Agency has in place a strong compliance program that identifies incidents, reports them to external overseers, and then develops appropriate solutions to remedy any incidents.”

But critics say the memos undercut the intelligence community’s claim that it has robust protections for Americans incidentally intercepted under the program.

Are these crimes part of the reason that John Brennan called for a deep state coup?

Read the rest of The Hill’s story.

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