Of course, we all know this is not the first time that Schiff has blurred the lines and gone off and done his own thing. This may, however, be one of the first times he’s actually held accountable.
The impeachment sham may be over, but the investigation into Rep. Adam Schiff’s (D-CA) dirty deeds is just heating up.
You may not know this —the lying fake news media won’t tell you— but Schiff is actually under investigation by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for violating privacy laws during the impeachment circus.
Schiff stands accused of starting his own “surveillance state” in order to go after President Donald Trump’s people.
He is now caught in the crosshairs of a formidable government agent, Mr. Brendan Carr, Federal Communication Commissioner. The impeachment may be over, but Mr. Carr is formally investigating Rep. Schiff for violating privacy laws —more like obliterating ethical boundaries— by setting up his own surveillance state to target the president’s allies.
Carr is currently uncovering the diabolical nature of the congressman’s “surveillance state.” At the time, Schiff resorted to such desperate measures because he didn’t have much of an impeachment case: Therefore, he issued secret subpoenas to phone carriers hoping to mine the private data of his political opponents, or in effect ransacking their private lives.
The objective was to obtain and publish the calls of Trump’s allies.
Much to his delight, Schiff’s subpoenas to the phone carriers resulted in their turning over nearly 4,000 pages of confidential records, in the process violating their customers’ rights to data privacy.
None of this has escaped the notice of the top gun at the FCC. Carr is proposing a $200 million fine against the phone carriers for failing to protect their customers who have a legitimate expectation of privacy. [American Thinker]
Before the FCC got wind of Schiff’s little surveillance scheme, he had already unleashed his plot against many of President Trump’s most staunch supporters. Those who were targeted by Schiff were likely blindsided by the process, simply because they were totally stripped of any right ahead of time to fight the surveillance requests.
Those people included Rudy Giuliani, Devin Nunes, and John Solomon among others. Of course, we all know this is not the first time that Schiff has blurred the lines and gone off and done his own thing. This may, however, be one of the first times he’s actually held accountable. I encourage you to read the entire piece at American Thinker —one of the best political info blogs out there.
Author: Wayne Dupree
Source: Life Zette: FCC investigating Schiff for ‘privacy law’ violations during impeachment sham