Obama’s National Security Adviser, CIA Director & UN Ambassador & More Being Probed

The House Intelligence Committee Chaired by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is ramping up their investigation into the unmasking of US intelligence operatives by high ranking members of the Obama administration. Subpoenas were issued back in May, demanding records from the CIA, FBI and NSA. Reports are circulating that in addition to Obama’s former National Security Adviser Susan Rice, CIA director John Brennan and US Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power, other members of the Obama administration are now subjects of the probe.

The number of people thought to be involved in the alleged “unmasking” of American citizens under the Obama administration could be expanding, according to a source close to the House Intelligence Committee’s review.

The source with knowledge of the review told Fox News the records suggest the unmasking “goes beyond” key officials like former National Security Adviser Susan Rice, former CIA Director John Brennan and former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power.

The source said more than a half-dozen former senior Obama administration officials are now of interest to House committee investigators.

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Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., issued subpoenas in May to the CIA, FBI and NSA for records about the identification of American citizens in intelligence reports, also known as “unmasking.” …

This House committee probe into the unmasking scandal is only the tip of the iceberg of corruption of the Obama administration. From Barack Obama on down, the entire administration, including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, have committed more crimes against the US Constitution, Congress and the American people than most organized crime organizations.




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