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Is privacy

(for DC Republicans) dead? I mean, just who leaked the call between McCarthy and Cheney? Liz Cheney said she didn’t leak it. Yet it was recorded by someone, and that someone leaked it to Rachel Maddow.

So is McCarthy under surveillance by the Deep State? Who had the technological resources to surreptitiously record his private phone call? And what other phone calls were recorded?

If YOU are not very concerned, you are just not aware!

Before we leap to conclusions and demand the tough action against  McCarthy, we have to remember who the actors are. They are Rachel Maddow on MSNBC and reporters from the New York Times. These are the very organizations and individuals who relentlessly peddled vicious lies about President Trump that he had colluded with Russia to rig the 2016 elections.

It’s true: This story is pedaled by known liars. Is the story accurate? Well, Trump himself didn’t find it serious enough to throw McCarthy under the bus, and we ALL know that Trump is plenty capable of doing that!

… In the past, both General Michael Flynn and former Trump campaign aide Carter Page were subjected to surveillance without much justification and the details were leaked to the media.

Is it conceivable that spying on GOP personnel is now standard practice in Washington in order that conversations can be leaked to the media and be amplified for political purposes? That would be undemocratic and unfortunate. It would place the US in the same league of 3rd world nations or totalitarian states where opponents are surveilled. 

This is quite disturbing. And it is fast becoming a pattern for the Democrats. They are now cornered rats, and therefore very dangerous!

If history has taught us anything, it is obvious that the GOP upon winning in 2023 will be subjected to hell after their victory. There is a likelihood that the Democrats may not accept the results. If they do accept the results, they may use their activist wing to permanently occupy Washington and conduct protests each time the GOP attempts to pass their agenda.

I think this is the latest and greatest argument for de-centralization of Senators and Representatives.

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