Intelligence Reports in Unmasking Scandal Resembled Private Investigator’s File, Had Info About ‘Everyday Lives’
New details are emerging regarding the unmasking of Trump and his private associates by former National Security Advisor, Susan Rice and others in the Obama administration. The reports were very detailed and tracked the everyday lives of private citizens.
Fox News reports:
The intelligence reports at the center of the Susan Rice unmasking controversy were detailed, and almost resembled a private investigator’s file, according to a Republican congressman familiar with the documents.
“This is information about their everyday lives,” Rep. Peter King of New York, a member of the House Intelligence committee said. “Sort of like in a divorce case where lawyers are hired, investigators are hired just to find out what the other person is doing from morning until night and then you try to piece it together later on.”
On the House Intelligence Committee, only the Republican chairman, Devin Nunes of California, and the ranking Democrat Adam Schiff, also of California, have personally reviewed the intelligence reports. Some members were given broad outlines.
Nunes has consistently stated that the files caused him deep concern because the unmasking went beyond the former national security adviser Mike Flynn, and the information was not related to Moscow.
Well of course this unmasking was all ‘incidental’. Trump and his private associates accidentally got caught up in routine surveillance coincidentally during one of the biggest elections in modern history. The spreadsheets Rice kept were also by accident. She had no political motives whatsoever. Nothing to see here, move along.
After all, Susan Rice is just so trustworthy and she told Andrea Mitchell at MSNBC, ‘I leaked nothing to nobody’.
Read the rest of the report by Fox News here.
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