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From an article, written in part by Catherine Herridge, at foxnews.com (what – did you expect CBS, NBC or ABC????):

An Obama official made “hundreds of unmasking requests” during the final year of the previous administration, according to a letter from a top Republican who raised new concerns that officials sought the identities of Trump associates in intelligence reports for “improper purposes.”

“Unmasking” refers to the formal request to identify Americans in an intelligence document.


House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., has questioned whether Obama officials improperly sought the names of Trump transition members in this way – and, in the letter obtained by Fox News, Nunes provided new details about what his investigators have found.

“[T]his Committee has learned that one official, whose position has no apparent intelligence-related function, made hundreds of unmasking requests during the final year of the Obama Administration,” he wrote to Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.

Only one request, Nunes wrote, “offered a justification that was not boilerplate and articulated why” the identity was needed for official duties.

Three of the nation’s intelligence agencies received subpoenas in May explicitly naming three top Obama administration officials: Former CIA director John Brennan, former national security adviser Susan Rice, and former U.N. ambassador Samantha Power.

Nunes’ letter appears to make reference to Power as the official who made “hundreds” of requests.

How do they get away with this?

That’s simple:  they get away with it because an accomplice media runs cover for them.  If that did not happen, they could not get away with it.

But you know that, don’t you?

Please be sure to tell your friends….and to remind them of who didn’t tell them.

Trust in mainstream media has never been lower.  This is why.

1 Comment

  • Anyone who doesn’t know this already doesn’t want to know. When you try and tell them they blow it off, usually by saying, “well that’s the story you read, the other side says it isn’t so.” or “That’s not as big a deal as x, y or z that Bush did” or some other crazy response.
    My advice, which I rarely give, don’t damage your relationship with the friends or family you have left.

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