BREAKING: Director Wray Refuses to Deny Trump’s Phone Calls Are Being Collected in FISA Database (VIDEO)

FBI Director Christopher Wray testified to the U.S. Senate Wednesday morning about domestic spying and government abuse of data.

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) asked Director Wray if President Trump’s conversations are getting collected in the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) database and he would not answer.

“We know bad actors exist within intel community,” Senator Paul said. “REFORM NEEDED NOW” the Kentucky Senator added.

RAND PAUL: The FBI Director just testified in the US Senate. I asked him if @realDonaldTrump phone conversations are getting collected in the FISA database. He wouldn’t answer. Is NSA or FBI listening in on our President? We know bad actors exist within intel community. REFORM NEEDED NOW

“Do you think that it is possible that the President’s conversations with international leaders are in the FISA database?” Senator Paul asked Director Wray.

“I’m not sure there is anything I can speak to,” Wray responded.


Senator Paul continued to press Director Wray about the government abuse of data for several minutes.

When the U.S. government listens in on foreigners’ phone calls, they are supposed to ‘mask’ any American citizens caught up in the conversation.

We now know Obama’s corrupt administration was illegally unmasking Americans caught up in FISA wiretaps and illegally obtained a FISA warrant and three subsequent renewals on Carter Page.

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