FISA (ABCs) v INSCOM
NSA INSCOM BRIDGE
FISA = FISC
Who is accountable to Congress (civilian body)?
Define ‘State Secrets’.
Process of obtaining a FISA warrant?
What must be DEMONSTRATED to be GRANTED?
Who must SIGN OFF?
Can ‘select’ individuals in senior positions of power be SHADOW BANNED from ACTIVE FISA WARRANTS / SURV?
Sufficient evidence shown to demonstrate rogue elements of intelligence apparatus illegally violated FISA law (tenets) in coordinated effort w/ d+foreign allies to impact/mod the outcome of the 2016 Presidential election safeguard against future uncover / criminal prosecution?
Who must sign off on FISA warrants?
Who directs the signers?
Given magnitude of spy campaign (U.S. Presidential Election Republican Party Nominee Candidate + President Elect + President of the United States) would HUSSEIN be required to DIRECT ORDER?
How would updates occur?
Who has access to the PDB?
On-site CLAS briefings / SIT ROOM / OO / PEOC / N_C?
How often does a President use PEOC?
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Could FISA warrants be issued/active for numerous ‘in-the-news now/future’ U.S. targets?
‘Foreign’ tangent req to obtain warrant to spy on U.S. ORIG?
What is Known?
Connections (them) to Russia/other F assets?
Who commands INSCOM?
Who commands No Such Agency?
Who has ULTIMATE command?
: the offense of attempting by overt acts to overthrow the government of the state to which the offender owes allegiance or to kill or personally injure the sovereign or the sovereign’s family
: the betrayal of a trust : treachery
In a nationwide survey released on Wednesday, Public Policy Polling asked Americans “What do you think is more treasonous: coordinating with Russia to win a presidential election, or not standing and applauding for Donald Trump?” Whatever one’s political beliefs or disposition toward the current president, the correct answer should have been “neither.”
President Donald Trump’s news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin drew sharp rebukes from critics. Some went so far as to call it “treason,” or “treasonous.” The New York Daily News headlined its cover, “Open Treason.” Rep.
Political satirist Bill Maher and host of HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher” interviewed former CIA Director John Brennan Friday night, with both agreeing that U.S. President Donald Trump is a “traitor.”
In conversation with John Brennan, Bill Maher said Trump is a traitor whose presidency is an American crisis
Bill Maher, host of HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher, told former CIA Director John Brennan that he considers President Trump a “traitor” on Friday. Maher was referring to an incident in which Trump absolved Russia of blame, taking the perspective of Vladimir Putin over the accounts of his own intelligence agencies, during a July 16 press conference with the Russian leader in Helsinki.
The president fails to protect the country from an ongoing attack. Put aside whatever suspicions you may have about whether Donald Trump will be directly implicated in the Russia investigation. Trump is right now, before our eyes and those of the world, committing an unbelievable and unforgivable crime against this country.
By Some dare call it treason. President Donald Trump is being lumped in with Revolutionary war traitor Benedict Arnold, the infamous Aaron Burr and World War Two propagandist Tokyo Rose after his controversial face-to-face meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. The president appeared to publicly side with the ex-KGB agent over U.S.
Carlton F.W. Larson is a professor of law at the University of California at Davis and is writing a book about treason and the American Revolution. President Trump promised to do things differently, but the resignation of a national security adviser under a cloud of suspicion of treason was novel even by Trump standards.
We asked US voters to tell us how they viewed Monday’s meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Hundreds got in touch to share their views. Many voiced their concerns about Trump’s undermining of the FBI and the US intelligence services, which he later retracted.
‘If it prosper,” wrote the Elizabethan courtier John Harington, “none dare call it treason.” They dare now. After Donald Trump cooed that “President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial” that Russia had interfered in his election, the cry of “treason” went up among Republicans and Democrats, and the word became the most-searched-for on the website of US dictionary Merriam-Webster.
After his joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, President Donald Trump was barraged with criticism from both friends and foes. Standing next to Putin, Trump repudiated U.S. intelligence that the Russians interfered with the 2016 election. Some have since questioned the legitimacy of his presidency, forcing Trump on Tuesday to backtrack several of his statements.
Since Donald Trump cannonballed into national politics three years ago, the chattering classes have resorted to dozens of shorthand descriptors to define him and his place in American culture. The early slams included bully, sexist, misogynist, sociopath, racist, sham populist, a pathological liar and narcissist, fascist, sexual harasser, demagogue, and even madman.
So Rachel Maddow is now the voice of moderation on Donald Trump. Of course, it’s only by comparison to John Brennan. In an interview Friday on MSNBC, Ms. Maddow gently intimated that the former Central Intelligence Agency director might have gone too far in calling the president “nothing short of treasonous” for his Helsinki press conference with Vladimir Putin.
Traitor! Few words are defined so narrowly in law and used so commonly in anger, from politics to the playground. Every nation has an infamous traitor. In Norway, he’s Quisling, the Nazi collaborator. In Britain, he’s Kim Philby, the Soviet mole.
Donald Trump’s Helsinki summit with Vladimir Putin resulted in ‘treason’ becoming American dictionary Merriam-Webster’s number one looked up word in recent days. The word has become a focus of media outlets and politicians in the United States after Trump took to a press conference with Putin.
A lot of people were searching for the right words to describe U.S. President Donald Trump’s Monday press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to a tweet by dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster, the top-searched words included “treason,” “traitor” and “collusion” after the two leaders appeared together in Helsinki.
What is the penalty for treason?
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including chapter 47 of title 10, United States Code (Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), 10 U.S.C.