Congress Extends FISA Spying Abuses Until Right After Trump Wins the Nomination

If you’ve had any doubts as to whose side new House Speaker “MAGA Mike” Johnson is really on, this should lay them to rest. Johnson has allowed a Never-Trump coalition of Republicans to join with Democrats and extend the abusive warrantless FISA spying until April.

Why is this important? Because the FBI and special prosecutor Jack Smith are spying on Donald Trump and his family right now through FISA warrants. As long as Donald Trump is a “candidate” and not the nominee for the Republican Party, the Deep State knows it can use that as an excuse to keep illegally spying on him.

Congress knows that the whole FISA system, which is a holdover from the War on Terror, is nothing more than an unconstitutional method of spying on Americans’ electronic communications without a warrant. A secret court decides whether the government can spy on you and you’re never told about it. You just find out when the FBI decides to drop the hammer on you.

 

The Inspector General for the Department of Justice found that the FBI had illegally spied on Americans more than 278,000 times in a single year. By extending FISA through April, Mike Johnson and his buddies in the Deep State have ensured that the FBI can continue spying on Donald Trump right until around the time that he secures the Republican nomination.

Here’s Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) speaking out this week against extending these secret FISA spying warrants…


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