When the Intel community violated the trust of citizens, lawmakers

When U.S. government intelligence (Intel) agencies spy on adversaries, it is for a reason in relation to national security and those agencies do not spy on Americans, lawmakers as well as our allies, but something has gone wrong, as those agencies are now losing the trust of U.S. citizens.

Sharyl Attkisson, an Emmy-award winning investigative journalist, author of The New York Times bestsellers “The Smear” and “Stonewalled,” and host of Sinclair’s Sunday TV program “Full Measure”, has revealed 10 times when U.S. Intel agencies have violated the privacy of citizens, lawmakers, and allies.

Sharyl Attkisson explains:

No matter where you stand politically, a growing body of facts raises the question: Is there systemic corruption or misfeasance at work inside America’s intelligence agencies?

By that, I don’t mean people stealing money. I mean officials who are stealing our privacy — using the tools of intelligence-gathering and law-enforcing, which are meant



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