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House Intelligence Committee Aug 4
It has been reported that DHS has been monitoring peaceful protesters, disseminating intelligence reports about journalists, and exploiting electronic devices. None of this is acceptable, and it may very well be unlawful. All of it must be investigated and exposed. And we will:
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House Intelligence Committee Jul 22
Chair demands answers from DHS on reports that agency is using domestic surveillance to “protect” statues, monuments and federal buildings: "It is critical that the public retains confidence and trust in the Intelligence Community and federal law enforcement."
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House Intelligence Committee Jul 21
. and urge investigation on Vindman retaliation: "Retaliation against a talented and dedicated war veteran is completely unacceptable and sends the wrong message to our men and women in uniform about [their] oaths…to defend & protect the Constitution."
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Adam Schiff Jul 20
We're gravely concerned Congress appears to be the target of a foreign interference campaign that seeks to launder & amplify disinformation. We're urging the FBI to provide all Members a defensive counterintelligence briefing before August. Americans decide American elections.
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House Intelligence Committee Jul 10
Chairman statement on Roger Stone Commutation: "With Trump there are now two systems of justice in America: One for Trump's criminal friends and one for everyone else."
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Adam Schiff Jul 8
A letter to Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman: Right does not matter to Donald Trump. But it matters to you. It matters to this country and to its people. It will always matter. And with those words, you have left an indelible mark on our nation’s conscience and history.
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House Intelligence Committee Jul 1
LIVE: Virtual Hearing on U.S.-China Relations and its Impact on National Security and Intelligence in a Post-COVID World. Focusing on how the U.S. can ensure the effectiveness of its national security institutions and the intelligence community.
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House Intelligence Committee Jun 18
WATCH LIVE: House Intelligence Committee Virtual Hearing with , , & on emerging trends in online foreign influence operations: social media, COVID-19, and election security.
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House Intelligence Committee Jun 15
WATCH LIVE: House Intelligence Committee Virtual Hearing on COVID-19 in Sub-Saharan Africa and how it will impact U.S. national security and intelligence.
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House Intelligence Committee Jun 4
. on 31st anniversary of Tiananmen Square Massacre: "While we pause to remember the innocent lives lost... we must acknowledge that America’s moral authority to denounce these crimes relies upon our setting an example here at home."
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Adam Schiff May 22
It’s clear the Administration is selectively declassifying information for purely political purposes, an abuse of the classification system. We need to ensure a transparent and complete public record free of political manipulation. It’s time to declassify any Flynn transcripts:
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Adam Schiff May 7
Trump’s campaign invited Russian help, made full use of it, then covered it up. Then, Trump sought more illicit help from Ukraine, leading to his impeachment and a bipartisan vote to convict. Read just released transcripts from our Russia investigation:
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House Intelligence Committee Apr 20
. & urge an investigation into AG Barr's mischaracterizations and misrepresentations regarding Trump’s firing of Michael Atkinson. "Public confidence in our system of justice depends on the integrity, fairness, and impartiality of DOJ’s leadership."
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House Intelligence Committee Apr 10
House Chairs letter condemning Trump's assault on accountability: "President Trump has engaged in offensive and unjustified attacks against Inspectors General, criticizing them for following the law, and retaliating against them for telling the truth."
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Jim Himes Feb 12
Replying to @HouseIntel
Our oversight work matters. Overseeing the IC’s use of advanced technologies is critical to our safety and prosperity. Our technological edge has kept us safe for decades. We have a choice. Will we lead in the development of new technologies? Or be ambushed by new developments?
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Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi Feb 12
This morning, I spoke to Chris Darby, the CEO of In-Q-Tel in a hearing of on how our government could better collaborate with the private sector to boost American technological infrastructure.
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Feb 12
Today, my Republican colleagues didn't even bother showing up to our hearing on new technologies and nat'l security. Our committee has long prided itself on our ability to remove politics from the handling of intelligence work & today's antics represent a new low.
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Adam Schiff Feb 12
. just held a key hearing on the national security impacts of emerging technologies. Republicans boycotted the oversight hearing protesting the lack of *checks notes* oversight hearings. (We’ve had fully 67 oversight events this session.) We’ll keep doing our job.
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Jim Himes Feb 12
Replying to @HouseIntel
This is a sad and dangerous moment. This Committee has always succeeded in compartmentalizing the critical oversight work we do for the American people. Today, that Rubicon has been crossed.
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Jim Himes Feb 12
My Republican colleagues have chosen not to attend today's hearing on national security priorities. The letter explaining their absence is as wrongheaded as it is mendacious.
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