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(Chronicles) – Last week we learned that in July of 2017, the Department of Justice issued a secret subpoena for phone records of Jason Foster, the lead congressional investigator looking into the FBI’s dirty smear and obstruction campaign candidate and later President Donald J. Trump. The Justice Department even subpoenaed the phone records of Foster’s wife.
What would happen to you if your boss caught you hacking into his phone records to snoop? In the real world, a boss with actual power over a subordinate would fire the snooper and call law enforcement to report a criminal invasion of privacy. But in the upside-down world in Washington, D.C., in which the FBI tail wags the constitutional dog, the FBI can spy on its constitutional masters and nothing happens.
Google waited six years to notify Foster about the snooping, pursuant to some policy that delays notification until after several years have passed. For context, it was October 2017 when these staffers uncovered the critical Clinton money connection between the purveyors of the Russia collusion hoax, Fusion GPS and their subcontractor, Christopher Steele. The FBI then knowingly committed grave misconduct by sponsoring the Hillary Clinton fabrications to a court in order to obtain a warrant and spy on…