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It appears that others who’ve served in the intelligence community and at high levels of government say the former national security adviser Rice’s requests were quite unusual.

Susan Rice is defending, as routine, her requests for the identities of Americans caught up in surveillance of foreign targets.

Is it routine to spy on the political party opposing your party?

Well, I remember Rice lying about another subject, Benghazi. She adamantly said that Benghazi was the result of a video posted on YouTube. I’m sure Trey Gowdy also has a distinct recollection of that.

Rice, who served in the Obama administration, is at the center of allegations of improper surveillance of the Trump team prior to Inauguration Day.

Rice asked for Trump associates to be identified or “unmasked” in intelligence reports and those names were then widely distributed at the top levels of the government.

Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer reportedly said, “From my direct experience dealing at this level, that is never done. These techniques, technology and procedures are reserved for potential violations of U.S. laws. It’s not only legally insufficient, it’s politically insane. The national security adviser person is a manager position, not an analyst position.”

Shaffer has experience in intelligence operations focused on foreign persons in which U.S. citizens’ involvement could come to light.

Was it Rice’s job to lie for people in higher positions than hers?

Why does the mainstream media think we are stupid enough to believe that Rice is not doing the bidding of those above her?

Once a puppet fool, always a puppet fool. Rice is guilty; bet on it.


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