Joe Biden’s CIA is going rogue.
And he was hoping no one would find out about it.
But now D.C. is buzzing after a group of Republicans decided to push back.
A report from the Department of Homeland Security was declassified at the beginning of March. This report showed that the CIA and other intelligence agencies are directly involved with targeting people they believe to be “domestic terrorists” – in other words, Trump supporters.
The problem is, those intelligence agencies are required by law to only be engaged in foreign espionage – not espionage against American citizens.
All that is off the table, however, now that Democrats are back in power.
Democrats have been daydreaming about a reign of terror against Trump supporters and Republicans ever since Trump won the 2016 election. They’ve been plotting their revenge against a group of people who took power away from them that they believed was rightfully theirs.
And what better way to do that than with the NSA, CIA, and DIA?
We already know from whistleblowers like Bill Binney, Thomas Drake, and Edward Snowden that the intelligence community is completely lawless when it comes to targeting Americans, and has no respect for Constitutional or legal boundaries.
That makes them a perfect tool for power-hungry Democrats to weaponize against their political enemies in the populist conservative movement.
Of course, Joe Biden and the media won’t talk about any of these developments.
They’re preoccupied making sure people are scared of COVID, scared of mass shootings, scared of Russia, scared of people who don’t wear masks, scared of the Fourth of July, and any number of other boogeymen.
But fortunately, a group of Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee decided to push back.
These aren’t conservative liberty-minded Republicans, like Thomas Massie or Matt Gaetz. In fact, these are some of the most RINO and neocon Republicans in all of Congress – but even they realized that these agencies were going down a dark and disturbing path.
So all 10 Republican members of the House Intelligence Committee wrote a letter to Avril Haines, Biden’s Director of National Intelligence, demanding answers on why agencies like the CIA are now getting involved in domestic political issues.
The letter states that the report appears to “contravene the express statutory limitation on NCTC’s authorities on intelligence pertaining exclusively to domestic terrorism.”
In layman’s terms, this means there are laws on the books prohibiting the intelligence community from involving itself in domestic affairs.
In addition, the letter said the intelligence community’s involvement “should be limited to an examination of potential foreign ties,” because that’s the legal role of the intelligence community – foreign espionage, not domestic.
While it seems almost certain that some Republicans, such as Liz Cheney, will continue to defend agencies like the CIA no matter what crimes they commit, many conservatives are encouraged to see that GOP leaders are beginning to ask questions about these agencies.
What remains to be seen is whether GOP politicians will have the courage to take real and meaningful action, such as blocking FISA reauthorization until real changes are made.
If they don’t have that courage, then conservatives will continue to have their freedoms taken away by secret police acting outside of the law.