News Roundup! The Gun Is Getting Ready To Come Out Of Hibernation, White House Tells Pelosi To Pound Sand, Cocaine Mitch & Senate Republicans Go On Attack, Lindsey Graham Is Going To Hold Ukraine Hearings, House Republicans Expose the Impeachment Scam, NSA Abuses Continue, MN Rally Is Happening, Border Apprehensions Fall Again, Trump Supporters On the Attack, Justin From Canada Is Screwed, Religion Of Peace At It Again…..

Boy oh boy are things starting to get real for the POS that tried to overthrow the President of the United States. John Brennan is staring at the gun at the end of the nightstand. He heard the report from John Roberts.

He heard what Catherine Herridge had to say about John Durham. 

There is no one that is going to save him.

The rest of the POS are wondering when their ticket will be cashed in. Comey no longer tweets. He knows that his days are numbered. James Clapper is trying to use the same excuse that the Nazis used at Nuremberg trials. He knows damn well that it didn’t work for them and it won’t work for him and his coconspirators.

Our President and his legal team decided to piss on Shitty’s & Nancy’s impeachment parade!

Cocaine Mitch backs our President!

Republican Senators grew a spine and are asking the DOJ about the status of 4 criminal referrals made by the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Lindsey Graham has been given the green light to move on Ukraine.

The whistleblower has been exposed again for the POS he really is!

Representatives Lee Zeldin, Jim Jordan, Mark Meadows and Matt Gaetz are Patriots that love our country and our President. They went on the offensive today.

You can find shorter video clips below.

John Solomon this evening put the final nail in the Democrats coffin! Take your quid pro quo and stick it where the sun doesn’t shine!

Now we know why they wanted Sue Gordon to replace DNI Coats! The POS continued to abuse the NSA data base. Keep in mind this was during the heart of the Mueller investigation.

From the article linked above:

The intelligence community disclosed Tuesday that the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court last year found that the FBI’s pursuit of data about Americans ensnared in a warrantless internet-surveillance program intended to target foreign suspects may have violated the law authorizing the program, as well as the Constitution’s Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable searches.

The court concluded that the FBI had been improperly searching a database of raw intelligence for information on Americans—raising concerns about oversight of the program, which as a spy program operates in near total secrecy.

[…]  The court ruling identifies tens of thousands of improper searches of raw intelligence databases by the bureau in 2017 and 2018 that it deemed improper in part because they involved data related to tens of thousands of emails or telephone numbers—in one case, suggesting that the FBI was using the intelligence information to vet its personnel and cooperating sources. Federal law requires that the database only be searched by the FBI as part of seeking evidence of a crime or for foreign intelligence information.

In other cases, the court ruling reveals improper use of the database by individuals. In one case, an FBI contractor ran a query of an intelligence database—searching information on himself, other FBI personnel and his relatives, the court revealed.

Judge Boasberg touches on the April 2017 Judge Collyer report. Here is the DNI explanation below.

From the link above:

The FISC also concluded that the FBI’s querying and minimization procedures, as implemented, were inconsistent with Section 702 and the Fourth Amendment, in light of certain identified compliance incidents involving queries of Section 702 information.

These incidents involved instances in which personnel either misapplied or misunderstood the query standard, such that the queries were not reasonably likely to return foreign intelligence information or evidence of a crime. Some of these instances involved queries concerning large numbers of individuals.

While stating that the Government had taken “constructive steps” to address the identified issues, the FISC held that these steps did not fully address the statutory and Fourth Amendment concerns raised by the compliance incidents.

[…] Additionally, the FISC considered the scope of certain new restrictions regarding “abouts” communications that were enacted in the FISA Amendments Reauthorization Act of 2017. “Abouts” collection is the acquisition of communications that contain a reference to, but are not to or from, a Section 702 target. As the NSA explained in April 2017 (see NSA’s April 28, 2017 Statement), the NSA stopped acquiring any upstream internet communications that are solely “about” a foreign intelligence target and, instead, limited its Section 702 collection to only those communications that are directly “to” or “from” a foreign intelligence target.

NSA’s 2018 Targeting Procedures contained the same limitation. Although the Government did not seek to resume “abouts” collection, the FISC, with assistance from amici, reviewed whether the “abouts” restrictions applied to any other types of Section 702 acquisitions currently being conducted. While the FISC held that the “abouts” restrictions apply across Section 702 acquisitions, it found that current Section 702 acquisitions did not implicate the “abouts” restrictions.

Below you will find Judge Boasberg’s opinion.

God bless the police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The rally is going to happen on Thursday!

What our President and his administration are doing with the assistance of Mexico is really paying off at our southern border.

From the article linked above:

U.S. immigration officials apprehended roughly 52,000 individuals at the United States’ border with Mexico during September, the fourth month in a row they have recorded a decline in border apprehensions.

Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan announced the new figures during a rare briefing at the White House on Tuesday, saying it represented a 65 percent decline from the peak in May of 144,000 apprehensions.

“This is an unprecedented achievement,” Morgan told reporters, crediting the Trump administration’s efforts to secure the border for the decline.

Morgan said the September figure represented the lowest monthly apprehensions in fiscal 2019. 

Wall update!

Supporters of our President continue to make their voices heard.

Justin from Canada is screwed! He can try and dodge questions about wearing black face but in doing so he makes himself look like a horse’s ass.

The religion of peace are keeping themselves busy in France and Germany.

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