Leak Investigation – House Intelligence Committee Issues CIA, FBI and NSA Subpoenas…

Interesting report from James Rosen via Fox News reveals the House Intelligence Committee has issued subpoenas for John Brennan (CIA), James Comey (FBI), Susan Rice (National Security Adviser) and interestingly, Samantha Power – former U.N. Ambassador – in relation to the unmasking and leaking of names contained within intelligence reports.

Watch:

Samantha Power would come into play as her role within the administration puts her in contact with many of the players from various countries that would be seeking to understand who candidate Trump, then President-Elect Trump, really was; and how it might impact their relationship with the U.S.

What makes this additionally interesting was a notation earlier today which seems to have skirted almost everyone’s attention. President Trump sent out a tweet today about the ridiculous Muh Russian Conspiracy and, Carter Page, with a specific name that was conspicuously missing:

Interesting that President Trump doesn’t mention James Clapper.

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460 Responses to Leak Investigation – House Intelligence Committee Issues CIA, FBI and NSA Subpoenas…

  1. Howie says:

    Trump Wins

    Liked by 33 people

  2. Question Everything says:

    Liked by 2 people

    • FTWPhil says:

      They don’t make ’em like they used to.

      That’s a double entendre by the way.

      #covfefe #sethrich

      The wormhole is closing. Which side of the orifice of law will the swamp dwellers fall?

      Liked by 4 people

  3. fleporeblog says:

    This is beyond HUGE! The subpoenas are not for the 3 POSs to testify but to the NSA, FBI and CIA. Not to any particular person but the entire damn agency. Are you kidding me! We have our White Hat in the NSA, Admiral Mike Rogers and the head of the CIA is a Trump appointee, Mike Pompeo. The POS Andrew McCabe is the current head of the FBI but also on a short list as Comey’s replacement (we all know that will never happen but it is fantastic that he still thinks he has a chance).

    This means that the information that is being requested will flow like water! Especially since the FISA court just ripped these agencies to pieces for the way the operated during the Obozo administration. Plus 702 is up for reauthorization later this year. Congress will need full cooperation in order to reauthorize 702. Americans on both sides of the aisle are sicken by the government invading our privacy.

    Rep. DeSantis clearly states the reauthorization and what is expected before reauthorizing it in the clip above.

    Soon afterward, these 3 POS will be subpoenaed to testify in person. You will hear the 5th amendment invoked over 1,000+ times between the 3 of them. As they walk out the doors from the hearing, FBI agents will be there to place handcuffs and take them to a federal prison to await trial.

    Folks our Lion didn’t send that tweet as an error last night! Covfefe has a meaning to Barry from Hawaii and his treasonous minions. Don’t be shocked it is the name for this covert operation.

    Liked by 33 people

    • Howie says:

      Well Hell Ya. Open Fire!

      Liked by 19 people

    • MAGADJT says:

      This would be awesome, if true. I just figured it was a typo, but after I read your comment, he has tweeted thousands of times, and how many have included a mistake like that. You may be on to something.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Minnie says:

        I believe OUR President proof reads everything!

        😜

        Liked by 6 people

        • golsono says:

          Having followed PDJT from his candicacy, thru to his presidency, from a distant shore, south africa, (ie kinda detached, but aware of worldwide consequences) I have no doubt that every syllable, let alone word, is not only proof read, but has a specific target, and desired result. ‘one step ahead of the shoeshine’ comes to mind

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Yeah, me too, Magadjt. I thought he was trying to spell “coverage”. It made sense within the sentence he was writing, but it would be cool if you guys are right on this one….people are sure having fun with it as a meme, anyway….

        Liked by 5 people

    • Minnie says:

      Thank you, Fle, for reminding us to stay encouraged!

      Your analysis is always spot-on and appreciated 👍

      Covfefe – MAGA ON! 🇺🇸🚂🇺🇸

      Liked by 8 people

    • Neural says:

      “FBI agents will be there to place handcuffs and take them to a federal prison to await trial.”

      I’ll believe that only when I see it. As of right now, treason, and threats against the president of the United States merely cost your job, and nothing more.

      Liked by 4 people

    • datagooroo says:

      Maybe the Kathy Griffin severed head was not “performance art”, but a message to the President from the deep state to back off, to which he replied with the covfefe tweet…letting them know he is not backing down…assuming confefe is the code name.

      Liked by 3 people

    • deanbrh says:

      Fleporeblog, how on earth do you know so much? Am I the only one who thinks you must have safe passage to every nick and cranny in D.C.? A title? Chief Spook?

      Liked by 9 people

    • deanbrh says:

      Fleporeblog, WHICH 3 POS are you saying will do the Perp Walk ?

      Liked by 2 people

    • elleb77 says:

      Well, I wish I could believe that. Special investigations have a stellar record of accomplishing NOTHING.

      Liked by 4 people

      • shallbe4 says:

        Maybe it will be different this time. Obama is an enigma. We never really knew anything about him and a proper investigation will answer a lot of questions. I look forward to the unmasking.

        Liked by 2 people

    • redlegleader68 says:

      fleporeblog, I knew you’d be interested in this if you haven’t already seen it. It pertains to your post. Oh, and I’m with Howie BTW! Anyway, let us know your take:
      “What the House Subpoenas of Rice, Brennan, and Power in the ‘Unmasking’ Probe Mean”
      http://www.nationalreview.com/article/448161/susan-rice-john-brennan-samantha-power-unmasking-subpoenas-house-intelligence

      Yea, I know, I know … it’s the absolute heart of the NeverTrump Empire, but interesting nonetheless. The last paragraph, FTA:
      “Thus, as I’ve also outlined, it is unlikely that any single instance of unmasking would be found to be a violation of law — and, indeed, it would not violate any penal statute (it would violate court-ordered “minimization” procedures). Nevertheless, were a pattern of unmasking established, divorced from any proper foreign-intelligence purpose, that would be a profound abuse of power in the nature of a “high crime and misdemeanor” — the Constitution’s predicate for impeachment.”

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    • tampa2 says:

      Flepore, Check out P. 82 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court’s scathing indictment of the CIA, FBI and NSA for “non-compliance” of 702 minimization procedures…
      From Nov. 2015 to May 2016, 85% of the Intelligence Community’s queries of the FBI’s database were for “U.S. Person Identifiers”. 85%!!!

      http://circa.com/politics/barack-obamas-team-secretly-disclosed-years-of-illegal-nsa-searches-spying-on-americans

      Liked by 4 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        WOW tampa2 thanks for sharing!

        Liked by 2 people

        • tampa2 says:

          Interesting, huh? I read all 99 pages and was amazed how this was “move along, nothing to see here” by even independent media sources. The Court even surmised that this 6 month 85% non-compliance rate was more than likely reflective of every 6 month period since the 2011 minimization (702) processes adopted by the CIA, FBI and NSA in light of the Snowden revelations.

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      • Lburg says:

        Geeze-o-whiz!

        I kept reading beyond page 82 and page 84 specifically says that outside FBI contractors had access to unmasked raw data. From page 85 of the same report – the contractors continued to have access to the data even after they had completed their work on FBI requests.

        Now I’m interested enough to read the whole thing. Thanks Tampa2.

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    • SharkFL says:

      Fle, your last paragraph is YUGELY interesting. Could it be that the President did in fact not make a typo but instead was signaling to the government that he is ready to make his move? Let’s look at the evidence:
      – he didn’t delete the tweet or try to correct it with a following tweet
      – the mention of this “typo” started an instant MSM freakout with all outlets making comment on the mis-spelling.
      – MSLSD actually skipped the Jihadi Griffin issue and specifically talked ad nauseum about this typo by the “dumb potus”
      – I have already seen on the interwebs where several sites have specifically mentioned the word and made memes out of it.
      – we know that the MSM coordinate via private email groups just like the discovered and closed group Journolist which was a cabal of dozens of media types who shaped narratives privately before going public. could this topic have been discussed and a narrative of ‘stupid typo from stupid potus’ created?
      – we also know that every time there is a coordinated freak-out by the msm, it is a squirrel hunt to distract from the real story
      – we finally know that President Trump is aware of all games being played against him and is mapping his actions against the response.
      – my conclusion is this is more likely than not a specifically spelled word to reach a specific target.
      – Direct Hit

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  4. cheekymeeky says:

    Her final speech was at the Atlantic Council on Jan. 17th and the subject was muh Russia.

    Liked by 6 people

  5. bertdilbert says:

    Given the history of congressional investigations going nowhere, I am not going to get excited about it.

    Liked by 14 people

  6. Marica says:

    COVFEFE — i pretty sure it means…”RELEASE THE KRAKEN” MAGA

    Liked by 23 people

  7. Question Everything says:

    Liked by 17 people

  8. Howie says:

    No KaKa Roach

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Michael says:

    Didn’t almost everyone call this months ago as soon as Clapper did that rather odd Meet The Press interview? I remember just about all of us saying Clapper would be the one to roll.

    Liked by 3 people

    • shallbe4 says:

      Funny thing about the media. They can turn on a dime. Right now the Left believes they have them in the palm of their hands. However,The media might be getting as sick of the Russian non story as are the rest of us. So it might be time for them to pounce. The next month or so is going to be very interesting.

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  10. mazziflol says:

    More Kabuki Theater.

    I want handcuffs and jail cells before I get too applaudy. Its like barely tossing us a bone.

    Liked by 14 people

  11. fangdog says:

    Trump all along keenly knows the media has too much influence for the media not being elected by anyone.The media’s influence has gained since the birth of the Nation because of technology and not ballots.

    In reality, Trump treats the media in terms of important decisions no different than any other non-elected entity in this Country. He doesn’t ignore incoming views and suggestions, but makes his decisions based on what is best for all citizens of America, especially the tax-payers. There often is and can be a big difference between what people perceive to be best for them, but on the final analysis, not to be best for them.

    Liked by 3 people

    • L. says:

      Wonderful Fandog! My husband and I are parenting our teenage sons at the moment (not easy). What our boys perceive as being “best” for them is often NOT the case. Our country is in dire need of someone with good parenting skills…MAGA thank you President and Mrs. D. Trump! May you be blessed!
      All our love, your adopted sons and daughters

      Liked by 7 people

  12. Tim Tarr says:

    Sure would be interested in knowing how many search and seizure warrants issued in last 60 days (above normal). Might be even more interesting to see how many former signal corps and “grunts” got a new job working for DOJ or some “new” department.

    I’m an old grunt (11B…) that did a little DOD photo work through telescope’s back in ’84. Give a grunt a little training and they’ll make a perfect tail for those “personal” meetings. Even be able to record those talks in the park.

    I’d do it now if given the chance to send these bastards to gitmo or better yet the guillotine. The noose has racial overtones so I’ll volunteer to lift their heads out of the basket and place it on a pike for public display.

    That tree of liberty needs refreshed.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Drain the Swamp!

      M A G A

      Liked by 1 person

    • forget the pike and basket… after the public trials – guillotines at the top of the capital steps and we play the Price is Right game Plinko using the heads of the treasonous politicians. The memory of heads rolling down the capital steps will be forever burned into the minds of people and there will not be any traitors for at least 2 generations… maybe more.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Neural says:

        Do be aware that your statements, however supported they may or may not be by others here, could be construed by liberal judges to be sedition, and while this is not a problem at all for the likes of leftist lunatics, we conservatives are still held to the law in an absurdly strict manner.

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  13. SR says:

    Most of the Americans have no trust in all these hearings and theater. We are seeing from last 8 years with tons of subpoena/hearings but there is no end result. It seems congress do stupid hearings and judges make the law here. Uni party knows today they are in power and tomorrow in opposition so better to play a theater game but no result.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Tim Tarr says:

      No, as usual those hearings are about worthless. Mueller and DOJ (Sessions) are where Justice will come from. Going to take one big demon”rat” to blow it wide open. Probably a “file” called insurance. Hahahahaha

      Liked by 4 people

    • Niagara Frontier says:

      After all the theater and drama of Congressional hearings and DOJ investigations in the past, we’re usually left with some kind of “White Paper” that costs millions to prepare, that nobody reads, and that then rests on a shelf for future generations to snicker at.

      The conclusions are always the same:

      1. Mistakes were made but everybody had good intentions.
      2. Procedures are being put in place to prevent similar mistakes in the future.
      3. We recommend the matter be closed without further investigation.

      Liked by 16 people

      • tampa2 says:

        One benefit, however,, Niagara… Mueller will not want to further discredit the FBI. As he “unmasks” rogue FBI agents, he will proffer them the “opportunity” to resign or face indictment. I expect a lot of resignations. Drain the Swamp! MAGA!

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  14. Steele81 says:

    Dang it, I just knocked over my cup of covfefe and spilled it all over the place.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Donna in Oregon says:

    Would love an entire 48 hours of MAGA shock-and-awe. Arrests, perp walks, asset forfeiture. Use RICO just like Rudy Guliani said. Take EVERYTHING including their pensions, (especially their coats).

    Liked by 16 people

  16. golfmann says:

    It would also do my heart (and the COUNTRY) great good to see Senator Songbird McCain swept up in this dirty pile of trash and tossed out into the dumpster…

    Liked by 29 people

    • Gary Harding says:

      HEAD FIRST!!

      Liked by 3 people

    • spren says:

      Of all of the despicable creatures on display, McCain is the one at the top. He is the most contemptible, treacherous dirtbag I have ever seen. He deserves to have a big pile of you know what to come splashing down on his crome domed head. Why the great people of AZ have kept this walking cadaver in the halls of congress is beyond my comprehension. What kind of American goes on foreign soil (repeatedly) and trashes his own president let alone one in his own party? Have you ever seen Uncle Fester trash anyone of the opposing party? It’s too bad he was released from Nam when so many people, so far better than him, never were able to make it back. My dear brother included.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Minnie says:

        Heard a clip of his interview on the radio this AM from his visit to Australia earlier this week.

        He actually professed that the Muh Russia conspiracy is more dangerous to America than Isis!

        Wth??

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      • theresanne says:

        McCain likes to talk. Could he be one of the leakers? He definitely has the means, motive and opportunity and is a darling of the MSM.

        Liked by 1 person

      • deanbrh says:

        Spren, Election Fraud got John McCain elected, MUST be!

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  17. McCall1981 says:

    Apparently Power’s role in this is supposed to “eclipse” that of Rice and Brennan. Don’t know what to make of that.

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  18. Ted says:

    Power….????? C’mon, Man!
    Three options:
    1) Samantha Power is the primary catalyst/mastermind behind this whole Muh Russia scheme…. NO, very unlikely.
    2) Samantha Power is the fall “girl”…. Maybe, but unlikely; won’t stick, she is safe.
    3) Samantha Power muddies the waters… ahhh, new name, shiny object, yes, more opaqueness, more names in the scheme that is falling apart, less clarity, more folks giving up on ever figuring this thing out. Very useful in the BLUR stage of this failed mini-coup. The BLUR stage is the beginning of the SAVE FACE stage and NO ONE GOES TO JAIL stage.
    Ummmmmmm… Three seems despicably probable.

    BTW: I’ll be impressed if Comery testifies publicly this week. I expect another delay, actually indefinite delays, or this to be relegated to non-public testimony; which the public, the citizenry, US should be outraged by (aka pissed off). I guess if Comey actually testifies, I’ll have egg on my face, but like I said I’ll be impressed.
    Trump’s appointment and naming of the next FBI Director is consequential. I find it interesting that Trump said his naming of the next FBI director was imminent (two weeks ago) and Comey said he would testify (two weeks ago), yet neither has happened. This is chess … or maybe just chicken in the short term.

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    • spren says:

      I’ve thought the same things about Comey. First he is going to testify, then he won’t, then he will, and I agree that next we’ll hear that he won’t. My suspicion is that he is both one of the unmasking agents, and more importantly, one of the prominent leakers. What freaking kind of government do we have with so many cretins in it? I hope Trump has many people watching his six.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Ted: Wild card that was left out regarding Powers.
      Hubby. Cass is very likely capable of putting together
      some of these scenarios. He’s also ruthless, and
      feels that the end results justifies anything, morality
      be damned.

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  19. DeWalt says:

    What I don’t understand is Gowdy made the comment that Congress and committee doesn’t run parallel investigations​ with the Justice department. I took that to mean that as Justice investigated the would stand down. Isn’t this part of what the special council is working on? Are they attempting to throw a wrench into the special councils investigation?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Ghostrider says:

      Trey Gouda Goudy is a very disappointing actor. Sad b/c I thought as many of you did no doubt was a riding star; Sad outcome

      Liked by 4 people

      • Joe says:

        Sometimes I think, in many cases at least, it’s critical for the Deep State to have the goods on you if you are to be allowed to rise in the power structure. Goudy is pretty high up. He may be doing as he’s told these days…or else.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        Ghost something big is about to pop. Obama’s spying is the big scandal here and little by little we are seeing an interest in what Obama left Trump to deal with in the last few weeks of his presidency. Lets not decide who are the heroes or villains yet.

        Liked by 1 person

        • whoseyore says:

          Who knows, if they just kept their mouths shut about the Russian fabrication, the Obama spying may never have been brought out into the light. I pray that the plans of the enemy are exposed for what they are and that everyone involved will be held accountable.

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  20. Sharon says:

    If obama is going down in flames there would be justice in the utilizing of/unraveling of those horrible women who ran him. Goofball females with way too much power and way too little experience at that level.

    What a contrast with the leaders/cabinet members now on board.

    Liked by 7 people

    • nimrodman says:

      I remember a comment here a couple years ago, assumed it was a woman, might’ve been you, Sharon, for that matter.

      That picture of Power and Rice expectantly gazing at Barky for his word from on high.

      The comment was “Where are the men? Where are the men in this administration?”

      I interpreted it at the time to also have an undercurrent inferred, that being:
      “Where are the grownups?”

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  21. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    Interesting that the Covfefe tweet occurs during the week of Sgt. Pepper’s 5oth anniversary – Be at leso

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  22. not2worryluv says:

    Three Words –
    LOCK ‘EM UP

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Gary Harding says:

    If indeed John Brennan voted for Gus Hall in the 1976 Presidential election, what’s the mystery? Who then hired him to work in the White House? DUUHH!! Makes me wonder HOW MANY MOLES
    are there?

    Liked by 1 person

  24. tsmifjones says:

    Trump is great.. Luke 8:17 “For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open”. MAGA

    Liked by 8 people

  25. mazziflol says:

    A short #covfefe primer

    Trump trolled the media. AGAIN.
    “None of us really know how to say it…”

    Liked by 9 people

  26. FL_GUY says:

    According to the NY Post, the DOJ has gotten FISA warrants to monitor media people who have been receiving leaked information. I love poetic justice!
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/05/report-government-spying-journalists-find-deep-state-leakers/

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  27. Ted says:

    Simple question:
    How many times did Susan Rice request unmasking of any individuals during her service to the President?

    This is a matter of record and I suspect the number is extremely low, perhaps the only time she has ever requested unmasking is for political purposes and if so, only against Trump transition personnel.
    It amazes me that this simple question goes unasked, therefore it must be deliberate – the people that can ask these questions suspect or know the answers and the answers are damning, so they go unasked.
    Susan Rice is very uncomfortable with this subject, has already lied regarding her knowledge of unmasking, and has put herself in a corner as far as frequency of requests. If asked how often she made these requests, I doubt she could survive specific questioning on the actual number of her requests and her recollection. She has been given a pass thus far with generalities and an insinuation that these requests happened frequently per her request for the sake of national security. How frequently? It is a matter of record and there is nothing classified about it. The public can and should know how many total times and generally how frequently she made these requests. Simple question that deserves a specific answer.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Very good point, Ted.

      If there’s not a regular pattern of her requesting unmasks for national security purposes as part of her regular duties, but only once Trump started coming on the radar as a possible presidential candidate – and to the degree that it was Trump-related individuals – that’s damning circumstantial evidence and as you say requires credible explanation. I suspect there is none.

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  28. Di says:


    Live now –

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  29. Anne says:

    John Crudele writes in the NY Post about a FISA warrant against journalists to find leakers :

    The Justice Department has gotten a warrant from the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court — also known as the FISA court — to conduct electronic surveillance on a group of journalists who’ve been the recipient of leaked information, the source said.

    The journalists are not the target, according to my source — and I say, thank goodness for that. Instead, the Trump administration is looking for the leaker. Who could it be?

    Some in the administration are focusing on a retired, high-ranking military officer who held important posts in the intelligence service , according to the source.

    The possibly high-ranking leaker was getting some of his information from people inside the White House who were holdovers from the Obama administration , the source said.
    Those White House leakers — said to be three people — have either already been fired or will soon be, the source claims.

    And these cases, I’m told, have been turned over to the Justice Department for possible prosecution.

    http://nypost.com/2017/05/31/the-government-is-spying-on-journalists-to-find-leakers/

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  30. SR says:

    The best part is putting fake Russia story with real unmasking story. The fake MSM and rats are in trap and know the real unmasking story. Somehow after covefefe word we have seen today 5pm subpoena and after Comey confirmation. All the rats, Comey and subpoenaed people are in tension as they do not know who is new FBI director.

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    • John says:

      Yep. The whole point of the Russia nonsense was to desperately take away attention from the criminality and corruption of Obama and HRC. This will make Watergate seem like a game of Chinese whispers.

      Liked by 2 people

  31. Minnie says:

    Yes, revealed during the rush hour news cycle!

    Only this time, it was in OUR favor 😁

    The tide most certainly seems to be turning 👍

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Donna in Oregon says:

    I thought that some of the crap questions the House Intelligence Committee ask during the hearings are because the staff is full of Interns. Not so.

    We are paying $100,000’s (PLUS) dollar salaries to these people you’d think they’d have the million dollar questions, eh?

    Let’s say we write them about their crap questions and put our OWN questions forward? Put some heat on them for a change. We deserve some BANG for our BUCK!! (I am yelling, sorry….)

    Linda D Cohen
    Current Staffer
    House
    Professional Staff
    House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
    Since Q3 ’09
    $166,542
    USD

    http://congressional-staff.insidegov.com/d/a/House/House-Permanent-Select-Committee-on-Intelligence

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  33. dizzymissl says:

    Does anyone know if the subpoenas have been made public, and if so, where to find them?

    Liked by 1 person

  34. dizzymissl says:

    😂😂😂

    A political feud erupted on Wednesday over the U.S. House Intelligence Committee’s probe of suspected Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, with charges that the panel’s Republican chairman subpoenaed the CIA, FBI and National Security Agency without telling Democratic members.

    Committee aides complained that the chairman, Representative Devin Nunes, who publicly recused himself from leading the Russia probe in April following a secret visit he paid to White House officials, failed to consult Democrats on the subpoenas.

    http://nypost.com/2017/05/31/feud-erupts-over-house-panels-unmasking-subpoenas/

    Liked by 4 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      Whaaaaaaaaaaaa…..

      Devin Nunes said REPEATEDLY that they were not getting cooperation from the FBI in their investigation. We were also told repeatedly that the FBI was slow-walking paperwork for TRUMP appointees and personnel. That’s why when President TRUMP fired him for not doing his job, I tho’t nothing of it. The man is a lyin’ pillar of menace, and should have been fired long ago.

      After he’s fired the UNIParty finally reveals their plans that they set TRUMP up to be constantly under investigation, so he can’t fire anyone….. Is that why the IRS Creep is still there? Under audit, can’t fire him either?

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  35. citizen817 says:

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  36. MSNeo says:

    As long as ranking member Adam Schiff is on it, it is a token organization and does not mean BS. Until you kick Adam off it, it will make zero progress. Do any of you understand that? Schiff is pure evil that has a hidden agenda. Check out his cspan clips and you will understand what I am talking about. It means zero what subpoenas have been issued. Schiff is protecting the Obama interest and the huge military complex in his district. Republicans are too much of a wimp to challenge him.

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  37. Will Janoschka says:

    The phrase ” House Intelligence Committee” is a gross oxymoron in itself!! 🙂

    Liked by 4 people

  38. This is BIG Treepers! 90 minutes after J. Edgar Comey says he will testify to Senate Intel sub committee the House Intel sub committee issues subpoenas for Rice, Brennan and Power. BOOM. sundance, this is big dude!

    Liked by 4 people

    • All American Snowflake says:

      Pardon my ignorance, but will Rice, Brennan, Power, Comey be allowed to hear each other’s testimony before they testify themselves?

      Liked by 1 person

  39. moe ham head says:

    dont hold your breathe people just another dog and pony show
    nothing will come of this
    intelligence community now thats some funny shit

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  40. Dani TX says:

    As per Andrew McCarthy: Thus, as I’ve also outlined, it is unlikely that any single instance of unmasking would be found to be a violation of law — and, indeed, it would not violate any penal statute (it would violate court-ordered “minimization” procedures). Nevertheless, were a pattern of unmasking established, divorced from any proper foreign-intelligence purpose, that would be a profound abuse of power in the nature of a “high crime and misdemeanor” — the Constitution’s predicate for impeachment. (too late)

    Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/448161/susan-rice-john-brennan-samantha-power-unmasking-subpoenas-house-intelligence

    I agree, another dog and pony show. Camera time for the congressmen.

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    • Andrew McCarthy was a “Never-Trumper” and wrote a commentary in National Review entitled,”Conservatives Against Trump” published 2/15/16 during the primary. I don’t trust Never Trumpers and don’t trust their motives.

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  41. dalethorn says:

    Committee to Samantha Power: “Did you discuss any of this with your husband Cass Sunstein?”
    Samantha to committee: “I plead the 5th”

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  42. FTWPhil says:

    And I pray to the Lord Jesus.

    Amen.

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  43. Paul dillon says:

    Still sceptical that Washington can prosecute itself. It always come down to someone deciding to look forward for healing instead of reaching backward for justice.

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    • adombom says:

      I have absolutely no faith in this corrupted Government. When I see person or persons indicted and punished, maybe I’ll begin to hold out some hope that DC can be cleaned up. In the meantime, my motto is: Seeing is believing.

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  44. LibertyVibe says:

    I have two salient points to make: I think Samantha Power is a man…I mean look at that face?
    The other is that a “subpoena” suggests an actual legal process is taking place (not a dog and pony show for propaganda purposes). They wouldn’t be able to subpoena these people, if they didn’t have concrete evidence to prove that such a thing was necessary.

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  45. shallbe4 says:

    Yes the Establishment is running scared. How long can they keep the media in check? And how can they win elections with illegals being a dependable voters block?

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  46. MVW says:

    Ok, here is my take. This is all about leverage to get things done, not justice. Most everyone in DC is an untouchable, sort of the unwritten rule, that if broken could unleash the flood gates of post officeholding interminable judicial proceedings.

    And like the filibuster, no one wants to be the first to break it… unless you are a liberal, then you can go first, then RepubliRats can then go second.

    So, like blackmail, it is useful if you never expose the truth.

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  47. 4430lacey says:

    This is about naming names, names that are associated with the Trump campaign/administration.
    This isn’t about finding the truth, “its about finding a lie.

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