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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Issa screams "TREASON" while voting to protect NSA spying

Bullshit Alert!
  • Put on your hip-boots because Republican Congressman Darrell Issa is shoveling the shit deep.
  • First Sen. Dianne Feinstein suddenly remembers that the 4th Amendment protects her from CIA spying.
  • Now Issa magically discovers the Constitution and attacks the CIA for spying on Congress.  But when the Amash Amendment to limit NSA spying on the public came up for a vote, Issa supported the unconstitutional Surveillance State.

GOP House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa said he is incensed about allegations the CIA spied on the Senate Intelligence Committee, calling it “treason.”

“I think Senator Feinstein is as outraged as anyone and I share her outrage. I think the violation of the Constitutional separation of powers should be an offense of the highest level—virtually treason,” Issa told Breitbart News on Tuesday.

“Spying on the executive branch—spying on Congress or violating the separation of powers as to the Supreme Court or as to Congress is effectively treason. Treason—it’s written up in the Constitution,” Issa said of Feinstein’s revelations, adding, “I don’t know who gave the orders, but to spy on other branches is in fact a constitutional violation at the level of high crimes and misdemeanors and certainly should cause the removal of anyone involved,” reports Breitbart News.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Chairman of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, Tuesday accused the spy agency of secretly examining her committee’s computers and taking documents relating to the CIA’s interrogation methods on terror suspects who were held overseas after the 9/11 attacks.
According to reports, Feinstein is seeking out the FBI to investigate the matter further. Feinstein’s colleague Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) told Breitbart News she supports Feinstein, saying she thought, “it’s really essential that we have a division of powers or separation of powers here so that the Senate can do its oversight.”

“I don’t know how much is based in fact, but it’s a terrible thing, when you cross that line of separation of (powers). A lot of things people can complain about with our government, but the balance of power is so very important,” said Rep. Charlie Rangel (D – NY), who was hoping the allegations were not true.

Amash Amendment roll call vote -  Issa votes to protect NSA spying.

Liar political hacks on the Left and the Right loudly condemn Ed Snowden and Julian Assange for daring to stand up against the 1984 Police Surveillance State. 

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