Why Congress Shouldn’t Expand Intelligence Agencies’ Power To Spy On Americans

January 12, 2018 | Courtesy of thefederalist.com

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In the last few years, members of Congress and their staff have been spied on, including during the Iran deal. Even the Senate committee tasked with oversight of the intelligence agencies was spied on during the Obama administration.

Journalists were spied on, too. Sharyl Attkisson, with CBS News at the time, had her computer hacked and sifted through while she was reporting on a story damaging to the Obama administration.

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