bill H.R. 3180: Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018
The Shadow Government operatives in the US Senate of the United States is expanding CIA and other Intelligence agencies by authorizing appropriations to their already Unconstitutional Power.
There are many other overreach problems with this bill. Section 401 will allow all Intelligence agencies to seal up any information they deem necessary. Washington DC already has an accountability problem. The drafters of this bill on the Select Committee on Intelligence in Congress has clear intentions of sidestepping the law and Constitution. It is time We hold them accountable for breaking their oath to the people that elected them to represent them.
SECTION. 402: INFORMATION SHARING WITH STATE ELECTION OFFICIALS.
American elections – the purview of each State. C.I.A. is attempting to take over the election activities of each State by giving two “top secret level” security clearances to State officials who are NOT the Secretary of State. The Secretaries of State in each State are the top official responsible for State election integrity,
This move to defraud the citizens of America will effectively give the CIA unbridled power to cover up and deceive and ‘Seal’ evidence of any voter fraud. The CIA Director will select two intelligence insiders status of State employees in each State, talk about a conflict of interest. The CIA will overpower those State elected employees with their blanket secrecy agreement and PREVENT those State elected employees from reporting CIA misconduct. Even if they watch the CIA change the vote totals on election night, the CIA secrecy agreement will prevent the elected state official from reporting it.
Therefore, INFORMATION SHARING WITH STATE ELECTION OFFICIALS cannot be allowed to become law. Spread the word. This bill is deadly to our Republic and fair elections. I have inserted a pdf of the entire bill. Please watch the video of Ex CIA Agent Whistleblower Kevin Shiff exposing the Intelligence communities and shadow government and deep state and who they are.
The bill authorizes funds for the intelligence and intelligence-related activities of the: Office of the Director of National Intelligence; Central Intelligence Agency; Department of Defense; Defense Intelligence Agency; National Security Agency; the Departments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force; Coast Guard; Department of State; Department of Treasury; Department of Energy; Department of Justice; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Drug Enforcement Administration; National Reconnaissance Office; National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency; and, the Department of Homeland Security.
The amounts authorized by the bill for these elements for the conduct of intelligence activities are specified in a classified schedule of authorizations, which is incorporated by Section 102 of the bill, and explained it in a classified annex. Both the schedule of authorizations and accompanying classified annex have been available for Members to review since the bill was reported on July 13. H.R. 3180 makes no changes to any surveillance authorities, including those set to expire later this year, which will be addressed in separate legislation. Select provisions of the unclassified portion of H.R. 3180 are as follows:
Intelligence Community Management Account (ICMA): The bill authorizes approximately $527 million for the ICMA. The ICMA provides funding for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to manage the intelligence community.
CIA Retirement and Disability System: The bill authorizes $514 million for the CIA Retirement and Disability Fund for the fiscal year 2018.
Contractors: The bill prohibits the head of an element of the Intelligence Community from preventing a contractor from contacting or meeting with the congressional intelligence committees.
National Security Agency: The bill requires the General Counsel of the National Security Agency to be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The change shall apply to any person appointed after January 21, 2021.
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Responsibilities: Section 412 requires some functions currently performed by the DIA to be transferred to other agencies. This will allow DIA to fully focus on its mission of providing intelligence on foreign militaries and operating environments. Specifically, the bill transfers the Information Review Task Force and the Watchlisting Branch to the Joint Staff, eliminates the Identity Intelligence Project Office and the Counter-Threat Finance Program, and transfers the National Intelligence University to the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) effective October 2020.
Russia: The DNI is required to provide a report containing an analytical assessment of the most significant Russian influence campaigns, if any, conducted in the last 3 years. The DNI is also required to provide a report containing an assessment of threat finance relating to Russia. Further, the DNI is required to make publicly available an advisory report on foreign counterintelligence and cybersecurity threats to election campaigns for federal offices.
Reports: The bill also requires reports on the following: investigations of unauthorized public disclosures of classified information; security clearance processing times; expanding CIA’s protective services jurisdiction; national security risks associated with foreign investments; the potential of a voluntary cyber exchange program between the IC and private technology companies; and practices and procedures relating to whistleblower matters.
Passed House (Senate next) Sponsor. Representative for California’s 22nd congressional district. Republican. This bill passed in the House on July 28, 2017 and goes to the Senate next for consideration.
And I thought he was one of the good guys!