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Capitol Police Accused of Spying, Secretly Searching a Congressional Office

'Upon discovering a member of my staff, special agents dressed like construction workers began to question him as to the contents of a photograph taken illegally two days earlier... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USARep. Troy Nehls, R-Texas, is accusing the Capitol Police of launching a spy campaign against him in an effort to collect information that would taint his reputation and destroy his character, secretly entering his congressional office, taking photographs and intimidating staff.

”The @CapitolPolice Intelligence Division investigated my office illegally and one of my staffers caught them in the act,” Nehls tweeted and laid out the extent of the covert invasion.

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To be clear, this is exactly the type malfeasance and misconduct the likes of Sen. Mitt Romney, RINO-Utah, and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell were endorsing when they scolded the RNC for censuring two alleged Republicans for their shameful abetment of the J6 Inquisition and the dubious scope of its witch hunting and partisan punishments.

U.S. Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger claimed it was all a big misunderstanding and his officers were just investigating Nehls’ office when they found the door unlocked.

Nehls’ accusations follow previous revelations that Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been using the Capitol Police to spy on members of Congress, including doing background on members of the public who meet with lawmakers.

When congressional staff were listed as attending meetings, Capitol Police intelligence analysts were ordered to check the social media accounts of the staffers, reported Politico.

Analysts were also directed to research the ownership of buildings where members of Congress held their meetings, and to riffle through tax and real estate records to learn who owned properties that certain lawmakers visited.

That’s a lot more than Capitol Police officers checking an unlocked office door.

 

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