U.S. Republicans: Flirting With Fascism Like their German counterparts in the 1930s, Donald Trump’s Republican enablers in the U.S. Congress have lots of intelligence but no principles. By Ryan O'Connell, May 14, 2021




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Now that Congressional Republicans have seen fit to expel Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) from her leadership post in the U.S. House of Representatives, the warning lights are flashing red for American democracy.

Submission to Trump knows no boundaries

Republicans are punishing Cheney because she has committed the cardinal sin of contradicting the former U.S. President and defending the U.S. 2020 presidential election results as legitimate.

In the partys upper echelons, ever submissive to their main man Donald Trump, this is now considered treason.

Growing Parallels With Germany in the 1930s

The Republican Party is not a fascist party yet but the parallels with Germany in the 1930s are growing closer.

Like many Germans of that era, large numbers of Republican voters and politicians have abandoned democratic values.

In particular, they no longer believe that government policies should reflect the will of the majority. They simply consider the party opposing them illegitimate, radical and socialist.

Transfer of power? Fuggedaboutit

Many Republicans also no longer accept the core democratic principle that a party in power must transfer that power if it loses an election.

To ensure one-party rule, Republicans are busy stacking the electoral deck, basically by making it harder for black Americans and Democratic voters mainly in urban areas to vote.

Strongman worshippers

These Republicans blindly follow their leader, a strongman who openly admires autocrats and who refuses to accept the result of a fair election.

They also believe his Big Lie, that the Democrats stole the election and the system is rigged. There is no evidence to support this claim, but they dont care.

The Nazis and the original Big Lie

In the original Big Lie, Nazis claimed that Germany had lost World War I only because certain internal groups had sabotaged the war effort. That was also completely false.

But they subsequently used that Big Lie very effectively to blame Jews and democratic Weimar politicians, quite a few of whom were Social Democrats (not Socialists), for Germanys defeat.

De facto race baiting in 2021

Now, Republicans must be absolutely loyal to their leader, as Donald Trump spews lies about the election, disparages racial minorities and appeals to white supremacists.

Some of his followers, as we saw on January 6, 2021 another day in U.S. history that will live in infamy will use violence to achieve their goals.

Paramilitary parallels

Many self-styled patriots in the Trumpista camp have organized into heavily armed paramilitary groups, the militias. They have intimidated politicians in Michigan, occupying the state legislature, and paraded with their guns near Black Lives Matters protestors.

The Proud Boys, a neo-Nazi group, and the Oath Keepers are fervent Trump supporters and associated with white supremacists.

Abandoning democratic principles

The analogy with Weimar Germany may seem alarmist, but lets step back for a minute and consider how bizarre the current situation is:

  • 60% of House Republicans voted to overturn the results of the 2020 Presidential election
  • 70% of Republican voters do not think that Biden won the election fairly
  • 30% of Republicans think that it would be appropriate to use violence in order to achieve their political goals and save the country
  • Hypocrisy knows no boundaries

    The vast majority of Republican voters thus reject the results of an election even though it was untainted by fraud. After all, 50 Secretaries of State, many of them Republican, certified that the results were fair.

    The Republicans in the U.S. Congress are being hypocritical, of course. They think that they were elected or re-elected legitimately, via the same ballots that voters cast in the Presidential race.

    These may not be fascist attitudes, strictly speaking, but they are fundamentally anti-democratic. What term would you prefer? Authoritarian? Illiberal?

    Those labels seem rather bland, given the danger these attitudes pose for our system of government.

    Republican leaders? Trumps handmaidens!

    In a normal political party and in a healthy democracy, we would not be talking about Donald Trump and his iron grip on the Republican Party.

    Instead, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-TN) would have promptly acknowledged that Joe Biden won the election and publicly congratulated him.

    When Donald Trump refused to accept the election results, they would have called upon the President to recognize his defeat.

    Ever eager to please the Great Leader

    And after Trump instigated the attack on the Capitol, which endangered those Republicans lives, they would have called for Trump to step down, or they would impeached him. They would have made him a pariah and ejected him from their party.

    Instead, a modern-day Quisling-like Senator Lindsey Graham says the Republican Party cannot grow without Trump.

    Meanwhile, ambitious younger politicians like Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Representative Elise Stefanik (R-NY), repeat Trumps lies about the election, all so they can ride on the Great Leaders coattails.

    Echoes of the German Weimar Republic

    Dont underestimate these politicians or assume that they are boorish rednecks. They are bright Ivy-League graduates. And they know that they are lying. Like their German counterparts in the 1930s, they have lots of intelligence but no principles.

    Can the U.S. Still Cooperate With Russia's Security Agencies? - The Moscow Times

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    The cyber-attack on the Colonial Pipeline once again raised the cursed question many law enforcement agencies around the world are asking these days: How they are supposed to cooperate with their counterparts in countries where there isnt a clear line between the criminal police and political police?

    Russia has been the largest supplier of a highly skilled workforce of hackers for several generations, starting in the mid-1990s when thousands of engineers within the gigantic Soviet military-industrial complex, confused by the sudden loss of their social status, found themselves completely incapable of providing their smart kids with any moral guidance.

    The kids, who hold a grudge against the West, put their brains and math skills to good use. They expanded the ranks of hackers and brought a new brazenness to their operations.

    Many were targeting the West, a target that was always considered safer to attack than something closer to home.

    The need for the Western law enforcement to cooperate with their Russian counterparts was immediately obvious.

    Russian policemen, in turn, needed Western expertise. So interagency conferences were held, speeches delivered, diplomatic visits exchanged, and the official representatives of secret services attached to the embassies got involved.

    The ties between Russias secret services, Russian private security firms and the West were established and strengthened. 

    The poisoning of Litvinenko in 2006 did harm that cooperation, but the harm was largely contained to the British-Russian relationship.

    At some point, it looked like it might be possible to have well-functioning cooperation between law enforcement agencies outside of politics.

    The Americans were especially keen to keep the cooperation alive when thousands of Americans came to the Olympic games in Sochi.

    The most important moment of cooperation was reached in the summer of 2016, when in early June the Russian police arrested members of the criminal group known as Lurk. They pulled in a total of 50 people.

    The Lurk group was believed to have stolen nearly three billion rubles ($45 million) from Russian and foreign banks.

    The operation was a joint effort of the Russian Interior Ministry, the FSB, and the investigative unit at Kaspersky lab.

    But 2016 was also the year that saw Russian cyber interference in the U.S. election, and the contact people at the FSB and Kaspersky lab were promptly locked up in jail by the FSB, which was paranoid about possible leaks to the Americans.

    International cooperation in fighting criminal hackers seemed to be in ruins when the Americans responded to Russian interference by adopting a naming and shaming policy that included putting FSB officers on the FBI most-wanted list.

    The officers added to the list were members of a unit that was long suspected of both prosecuting hackers and running them and running them against Western targets. Worse yet, rumor had it that the unit used the information obtained from Western partners to locate, approach and recruit Russian hackers.

    The naming and shaming policy was a strong signal, but the bold move was hardly of help against criminal hackers. Russia remained one of the largest exporters of that commodity, and it was impossible to catch them without help on the ground.  

    Moscow understood this perfectly well. And the FSB really began to enjoy putting its Western counterparts before a difficult choice.

    A general introduced by the FSB as its top official in charge of international cooperation, including counterterrorism, was identified by the Ukrainians as being present in Kiev during the Maidan revolution. Counterterrorism cooperation is too important to be abandoned over an issue of morality; the FSB won that round. And since that worked, at Lubyanka they decided to apply the same strategy to restart cyber cooperation with the West. The security agency badly needed it to put an end to the embarrassing naming and shaming policy, and the Kremlin wanted to restart bilateral cyber talks with Western countries rather than having to face a united front.

    What came in handy was that Russia kept hosting international sports competitions, and in 2018 Moscow hosted the FIFA World Cup. A few months after, the Kremlin launched a national coordination center for computer incidents, created under the auspices of the FSB.

    Western law enforcement was welcome to contact the Center in the future if there were any hacking attacks.

    That didnt go well. Some information was shared, but mostly with the countries traditionally close to the Kremlin, like the regimes in Central Asia and Belarus. The West largely ignored the Center.

    But once the Kremlin decided on a strategy, it stuck by it. In April, when the Germans accused Russia of being behind an attack on the computers of at least seven federal MPs and 31 lawmakers in regional parliaments, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova pointed out that the Germans had failed to contact the FSBs center on computer incidents.

    The positions on both sides became entrenched, and then the U.S. was hit by the Colonial hack.

    Russian criminal hackers are still out there, at large and in large numbers, and they cannot be ignored. Most of them are on Russian soil, and if there are still Russian criminal hackers who are acting independent of the authorities, they can only be fought with local cooperation.

    But what if all the doors to cooperation, both government and private, remain shut and sealed, except the door of the FSB the very agency which is accused of carrying out repressions, poisonings, and cyber-attacks?

    Is cooperation with this agency feasible? If so, to what extent and at what level?

    These questions are what many people in Western law enforcement are asking themselves these days. Treating the FSB as a possible partner is again on the agenda. And that means that from now on, every major cyber-attack attributed to Russian criminal hackers will play into the hands of the Kremlin.

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    U.S. has new intel that Manafort friend Kilimnik gave Trump campaign data to Russia

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    The U.S. intelligence community has developed new information about Konstantin Kilimnik, whom they call a Russian spy, that leads them to believe the associate of ex-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort passed internal Trump campaign polling and strategy information to Russian intelligence services, two U.S. officials say.

    On Thursday the U.S. Treasury sanctioned Kilimnik and for the first time said he passed along the data to Russian intelligence services.

    That new detail, part of a factsheet released by Treasury, was not included in the 2019 report by special counsel Robert Mueller, who was tasked with investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

    Mueller's team said in its report that Kilimnik was believed to have ties to Russian intelligence, and that Kilimnik had received the Trump campaign information from Manafort, but did not say what he did with it after receiving it.

    A bipartisan report by the Senate Intelligence Committee in 2020 said coordination between the Trump campaign and a Russian operation to hack and leak Democratic emails may have existed through Kilimnik but could not be established with certainty. The report drew no conclusions about what the Russians ultimately did with the data.

    The officials did not disclose when or how the U.S. came into possession of the new intelligence about Kilimnik, including whether or not the information was developed during the Trump or Biden administrations. The officials did not identify the source or type of intelligence that had been developed.

    A spokesperson for the U.S. Treasury declined to comment.

    In 2019, Muellers team authored a report that detailed the connection between Kilimnik and his former employer in Ukraine, Paul Manafort. Manafort was the Trump campaign chairman from the spring of 2016 until August 2016, when multiple press reports about his work in Ukraine and money he received there led to him stepping down. Manafort was working for the Trump campaign without pay.

    Manafort was indicted by Muellers team and pleaded guilty in federal court to obstruction of justice and conspiracy. A judge found he had broken his plea agreement by lying to investigators on several issues, including his contacts with Kilimnik. He was convicted of additional charges in a separate case. He later received a presidential pardon from Trump.

    According to Mueller, Manafort met with Kilimnik in New York on Aug. 2, 2016 and months before that meeting, Manafort had caused internal polling data to be shared with Kilimnik, and the sharing continued for some period of time after their August meeting.

    Court documents show that some of that information was shared through former Manafort business partner and member of the Trump campaign, Rick Gates.

    Ultimately, the Mueller report concluded, because of questions about Manafort's credibility and our limited ability to gather evidence on what happened to the polling data after it was sent to Kilimnik, the Office could not assess what Kilimnik (or others he may have given it to) did with it.

    The Senate report released last August said Kilimnik is a Russian intelligence officer who may have had links to the hack-and-leak operation of the GRU, Russia's military intelligence agency, which hacked the emails of prominent Democrats and provided them to WikiLeaks in 2016.

    The report includes three bulleted items that were redacted before release. The report says the redacted information "suggests that a channel for coordination on the GRU hack-and-leak operation may have existed through Kilimnik, [but] the Committee had limited insight into Kilimnik's communications with Manafort and [REDACTED], all of whom used sophisticated communications security practices."

    So far, U.S. officials have not said publicly or said if they know what Russian intelligence services did with the data they received, or if the information provided had any impact on Russias attempts to interfere in the 2016 election.

    Monica Alba reported from Washington, D.C.

    Tom Winter is a New York-based correspondent covering crime, courts, terrorism and financial fraud on the East Coast for the NBC News Investigative Unit.

    Monica Alba is a White House correspondent for NBC News.

    Review: We Are Bellingcat and Spooked Detail the Rise of Private Spies

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    In 2013, for example, the United States government accused the Assad regime of carrying out a horrific chemical weapons attack that killed many hundreds of civilians in Ghouta, a rebel-held suburb of Damascus. But its public report provided scant supporting evidence for that attribution, leaving a void for online conspiracy theorists to claim that rebels were instead behind the attack. Higgins helped insert facts into the public debate. Among other things, he scrutinized social-media photos of one of the unexploded rockets in the attack, noting that its warhead was equipped to carry liquid and studying details in the background and the angle it had hit the ground. Bit by bit, I matched everything with satellite imagery from Google Maps, he writes.

    We had the location. And using shadows in the photo, I determined the angle of the rocket, thereby estimating the direction from which it had come. With that, I went to Wikimapia, which allows users to annotate maps by inserting names and types of structures. I traced back the likely trajectory of the rocket to determine who held the area where it had come from. I found a Syrian military installation, largely encircled by rebel-held territory.

    On July 14, 2014, Higgins founded Bellingcat as an online clearinghouse for several like-minded internet sleuths. (The name, suggested by a friend, is a reference to a fable about a group of mice who decide to put a bell on a cat so they can hear it coming.) Just three days later came the event that would be the groups first major crusade: Russian-backed separatist militants in eastern Ukraine mistakenly shot down a civilian airliner, Malaysian Airlines Flight 17, killing all 298 people aboard. Rather than owning up to its responsibility and that of the insurgents whom it had recklessly armed, Russia sought to cloud what had happened with denials, distortions, and distractionsincluding putting out a video that had been doctored to falsely suggest that the missile that shot down the plane had been fired from territory held by the Ukrainian government.

    Nothing stirs the online investigative community like fabrications from the powerful, Higgins writes. Moreover, contradictory narratives about an event are useful, providing something concrete to either verify or debunk. Various other players were also working to get at the truthamong them, investigators with the Ukrainian and Dutch governments and journalists. (The majority of the slain passengers were Dutch citizens, on their way from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.) But the nascent Bellingcat collective found it could add to the public debate by rapidly sifting clues. Bloggers went to work, among them Iggy Ostanin, a 25-year-old Russian-born student living in the Netherlands, who mined sources like social media posts by bystanders and Russian soldiers. Drawing on this work, Bellingcat pieced together the missile launchers path on the flatbed truck from Russian territory to the insurgentsand its return journey with one less missile. His report for Bellingcat was, Higgins writes, the groups breakout moment, and the first major salvo in a grinding effort against propagandists and denialists on the topic.

    We Are Bellingcat is essentially a compendium of such investigations, and most of its chapters read like more polished versions of the reports the organization previously published online. These case studies are characterized by showing the groups deductive homeworkwalking the reader through the identification and verification of each tile in a gradually appearing mosaic of proof. Sometimes exhaustive discussion of minutiae is necessary to bolster the credibility of the conclusions assertedrebuttals to the inevitable question: How can you amateurs, just sitting at computers thousands of miles away, know that? As a result, the book can be dense at times. But at its best, it reads like that moment at the end of Sherlock Holmes stories, when the detective explains to his sidekick, Dr. Watson, how he deduced the solution to a mystery from overlooked and seemingly minor clues.

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    #American #Psychiatry became the servant to #FBI. Former #APA official Carol Berman was and is the FBI informer closely connected with them through her sex partner who worked for FBI. FBI used the American Psychiatry as their tool of suppression. Details will follow. INVESTIGATE!

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    #FBI became infected with the slow but persistent virus of the German Military #Intelligence, the #Abwehr; and it was turned into the #deceptive and #invisible #weapon which destroys #America from within. Stop the Soviet style self-#heroization and self-#glorification of the #FBI, which stems directly from the practices of J. Edgar #Hoover, who was a #psychopath and a very #sick, #disturbed man. These practices attempt to cover up and whitewash the deep problems and deficiencies. #FBI is just as SICK!!! today as J. Edgar #Hoover was in their past. It was inherited from him. And now you have to deal with it. Investigate and abolish the FBI. #DHS is much heathier and smarter. Transfer the domestic security issues to them, introduce the MULTI-LEVEL service.

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    #FBI became infected with the slow but persistent virus of the German Military #Intelligence, the #Abwehr; and it was turned into the #deceptive and #invisible #weapon which destroys #America from within. Stop the Soviet style self-#heroization and self-#glorification of the #FBI, which stems directly from the practices of J. Edgar #Hoover, who was a #psychopath and a very #sick, #disturbed man. These practices attempt to cover up and whitewash the deep problems and deficiencies. #FBI is just as SICK!!! today as J. Edgar #Hoover was in their past. It was inherited from him. And now you have to deal with it. Investigate and abolish the FBI. #DHS is much heathier and smarter. Transfer the domestic security issues to them, introduce the MULTI-LEVEL service. 

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    U.S. prosecutors said they were seeking a 17-year prison sentence for a former U.S. Army Green Beret who pleaded guilty last year to years of providing classified information to a Russian military intelligence agent.

    The filing on May 7 in U.S. federal court in Virginia follows Peter Debbinss guilty plea last November to a federal Espionage Act charge.

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    Two years prior, according to U.S. prosecutors, Debbins, whose mother was born in the Soviet Union, traveled to Russia for the first time and met his current wife in the central city of Chelyabinsk. Debbinss father-in-law was a colonel in the Russian air force.

    Debbins told Russian intelligence he considered himself a son of Russia, and thought that the United States was too dominant in the world and needed to be cut down to size, according to the indictment filed last year.

    Court filings show that Debbins joined the U.S. Army as an active duty officer in 1998 and served through 2005, the last two years as a Special Forces officer.

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    The original charging indictment alleged that he provided information and names of his fellow Special Forces members while he was on assignment in Azerbaijan and Georgia.

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    U.S. prosecutors said they were seeking a 17-year prison sentence for a former U.S. Army Green Beret who pleaded guilty last year to years of providing classified information to a Russian military intelligence agent.

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    Two years prior, according to U.S. prosecutors, Debbins, whose mother was born in the Soviet Union, traveled to Russia for the first time and met his current wife in the central city of Chelyabinsk. Debbinss father-in-law was a colonel in the Russian air force.

    Debbins told Russian intelligence he considered himself a son of Russia, and thought that the United States was too dominant in the world and needed to be cut down to size, according to the indictment filed last year.

    Court filings show that Debbins joined the U.S. Army as an active duty officer in 1998 and served through 2005, the last two years as a Special Forces officer.

    While on assignment in Azerbaijan, he was discharged and lost his security clearance after violating protocols. That included bringing his wife with him to Azerbaijan and allowing her to use a government-issued cell phone, according to the court filing.

    After being discharged from the military, he worked as a civilian for U.S. military contractors, in some cases in counterintelligence, including work as a Russian linguist.

    The original charging indictment alleged that he provided information and names of his fellow Special Forces members while he was on assignment in Azerbaijan and Georgia.

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    U.S. prosecutors said they were seeking a 17-year prison sentence for a former U.S. Army Green Beret who pleaded guilty last year to years of providing classified information to a Russian military intelligence agent.

    The filing on May 7 in U.S. federal court in Virginia follows Peter Debbinss guilty plea last November to a federal Espionage Act charge.

    According to the court filing, Debbins, 46, had a 15-year relationship with Russian intelligence dating back to 1996 when he was an exchange student from the University of Minnesota and on a visit to Russia for an independent study program gave an alleged Russian handler the names of four Roman Catholic nuns he had visited in Russia.

    Two years prior, according to U.S. prosecutors, Debbins, whose mother was born in the Soviet Union, traveled to Russia for the first time and met his current wife in the central city of Chelyabinsk. Debbinss father-in-law was a colonel in the Russian air force.

    Debbins told Russian intelligence he considered himself a son of Russia, and thought that the United States was too dominant in the world and needed to be cut down to size, according to the indictment filed last year.

    Court filings show that Debbins joined the U.S. Army as an active duty officer in 1998 and served through 2005, the last two years as a Special Forces officer.

    While on assignment in Azerbaijan, he was discharged and lost his security clearance after violating protocols. That included bringing his wife with him to Azerbaijan and allowing her to use a government-issued cell phone, according to the court filing.

    After being discharged from the military, he worked as a civilian for U.S. military contractors, in some cases in counterintelligence, including work as a Russian linguist.

    The original charging indictment alleged that he provided information and names of his fellow Special Forces members while he was on assignment in Azerbaijan and Georgia.

    According to his guilty plea, Debbins admitted that the Russian agents used the information he provided to evaluate whether other Special Forces officers could be persuaded to cooperate with Russia.

    It wasnt immediately clear when Debbins will be sentenced.

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    House Republicans have called on FBI Director Christopher Wray to provide a detailed accounting of every instance since 2019 that the agency has used warrantless surveillance authority to obtain information unrelated to national security, while accusing the FBI of illegal spying activities.

    Reps. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), in a joint letter to Wray, cited a 67-page opinion from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), which they said shows the FBI has been seriously and systematically abusing its warrantless electronic surveillance authority by overstepping the limitations under section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).

    Section 702 allows the attorney general and the director of national intelligence to jointly authorize warrantless surveillance of non-U.S. citizens residing outside the United States, subject to certain constraints. These include requiring investigators to adopt targeting procedures to make sure the information obtained under Section 702 warrantless surveillance is indeed limited to noncitizens and to prevent the intentional acquisition of communications within the United States.

    Section 702 also requires a FISA court order for a review of query results in criminal investigations that arent related to national security.

    The FISC opinion, however, indicates that the FBI has used Section 702 authority to obtain information on Americans, including subjecting victims of a crime to the background search.

    In one example cited by the courts presiding judge, James Boasberg, an FBI task force officer conducted 69 queries that werent in line with the agencys internal rules on how to conduct the searches.

    The Court continues to be concerned about FBI querying practices involving U.S.-person query terms, including (1) application of the substantive standard for conducting queries; (2) queries that are designed to retrieve evidence of crime that is not foreign-intelligence information; and (3) recordkeeping and documentation requirements, Boasberg wrote.

    The government also self-reported numerous incidents in which queries involving Americans were designed to return evidence of a crime completely unrelated to foreign intelligence without getting an order from the court. The same issues were found the previous year, which suggests that similar violations likely have occurred across the Bureau.

    Boasbergs overview of the FBIs use of FISA was written on Nov. 18, 2020, although it was just released to the public last week.

    Jordan, ranking member on the House Judiciary Committee, and Biggs, ranking member of the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security, cited a number of examples from the court opinion and highlighted its conclusion that the Court is concerned about the apparent widespread violations.

    The lawmakers also made reference to a Department of Justice Office of Inspector General (OIG) report that in 2019 reviewed warrant applications to spy on Carter Page, a former adviser to former President Donald Trump, and uncovered 17 significant errors or omissions.

    The pair said in their letter that the FISC opinion only raises more questions about the FBIs respect for the constitutional and statutory parameters of the FISA law, and has serious implications for Americans civil liberties.

    They called on Wray to explain why, a year after the OIG report, the court opinion found the FBI to still be abusing its warrantless surveillance authority.

    The Republican lawmakers also demanded Wray give a detailed accounting of every time since the OIG reports release in December 2019 that the FBI has queried, accessed, otherwise used information obtained pursuant to Section 702 for purposes unrelated to national security.

    They concluded by asking Wray to explain what steps the FBI has taken to ensure the agency doesnt overstep its Section 702 authority to probe American citizens.

    An FBI spokesperson confirmed to The Epoch Times that Wray has received the letter, while a senior FBI official said the agency has taken numerous steps in the past 18 months to facilitate compliance with the Section 702 query procedures, including modifying multiple systems to better help staff meet relevant legal requirements.

    The official said this includes additional documentation requirements to make sure personnel have thought about the querying standard and are able to justify why they think it has been met, mandating new guidance and training for all FBI staff with access to Section 702-sourced information, while cutting off untrained personnel from such information.

    Most of the objectionable Section 702 query incidents referenced in the court opinion took place prior to implementation of the FBIs system changes and training, the official added, which is consistent with the court opinion.

    The senior official added that, due to COVID-19, the FBI hasnt fully assessed the efficacy of those changes, but that the agency remains committed to getting this right.

    The FBI is dedicated to full adherence with FISAs requirements and to keeping the American people safe from national security threats, the official said.

    Zachary Stieber contributed to this report.

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