The talk around Washingon, D.C. is all about the recently released Republican Intelligence report, and if the president is going to release the Democratic counter to the GOP.
Members of Congress have always been concerned about the FISA process, and how the FBI and other government agencies investigate Americans, especially when wire-tapping is concerned.
“Democrats who have always wanted the FISA process to be more transparent, are now saying that it all needs to be kept under wraps,” says Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R)
While the emphasis should be to protect Americans from questionable searches, Diaz-Balart says he is “a little concerned that the Democratic colleagues of mine are now seemed (sic) to be less concerned about the privacy rights of American citizens.
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