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Exclusive: 'Tricked': High-level
defector warns Trump on Kim, nukes
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Posted by LittleHoodedMonk 12/12/2019 4:57:21 AM Post Reply
A high-level defector from Kim Jong-un’s regime has sent a letter to President Trump warning that he has been “tricked” into believing the North Korean leader will ever denuclearize and that Washington should instead ramp up a “psychological warfare campaign” aimed at inspiring North Korea’s elites to replace the young dictator from within. The U.S. should simultaneously impose “all-out sanctions” against Pyongyang and be prepared to carry out a “preemptive strike” against Mr. Kim’s nuclear sites, according to the letter, a copy of which was obtained by The Washington Times. The warning comes as the White House seeks fresh momentum for Mr. Trump’s historic personal diplomatic outreach to Mr. Kim
FISA – utilized to OK FBI surveillance of
2016 Trump campaign – is unconstitutional
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Posted by LittleHoodedMonk 12/12/2019 4:42:07 AM Post Reply
Congress enacted the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) in 1978 in response to the unlawful surveillance of Americans by the FBI and the CIA during the Watergate era. (Snip) The Constitution requires probable cause of crime to be demonstrated to a judge before the judge can sign a search warrant. That was the law of the land until FISA came along. FISA set up the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, and it authorized the judges on that court to issue search warrants based on a lower standard of probable cause. Isn't that contrary to the Constitution? Yes, it is. But a challenge has never reached a non-FISC federal court because