Feds Exposed: Spying on MAGA Supporters’ Bank Transactions!

Well, well, well, hang on to your hats, folks, because the House Judiciary Committee has just dropped a bombshell report that’s guaranteed to make conservatives across the nation shake their heads in disbelief. It turns out that our very own federal investigators were out there on a wild goose chase, directing banks to spy on everyday Americans who dare to support the MAGA movement and our beloved former President Trump. Can you believe it?

Under the guise of investigating the events of January 6, these overzealous investigators had the audacity to instruct financial institutions to monitor transactions with keywords like “MAGA” and “Trump.” They even went so far as to classify innocent activities like buying religious texts and exercising our Second Amendment rights as potential signs of “extremism.” Clearly, these investigators have been watching too many spy movies, because ordinary Americans are not the enemy here.

But folks, it gets even worse. The previous administration, yes, you heard that right, the one we thought had our backs, had their fingers in this surveillance pie too. This whole shady operation started way back then, and we’re only now finding out about it. It’s a good thing that we have Chair Jim Jordan (R-OH) leading the charge and uncovering these documents that shed light on this Big Brother-style scheme.

Not only were they looking for innocent activities, like buying books or subscribing to media with differing viewpoints, but they were also keeping tabs on Americans who had made purchases from sporting goods stores like Dick’s Sporting Goods and Cabela’s, or even Bass Pro Shops. Can you imagine, exercising our God-given right to go fishing or hunting being treated as suspicious behavior? It’s downright insulting, my friends.

And hold on tight, because it doesn’t end there. It seems that the FBI was also in cahoots with Bank of America, working hand in hand to dig up information on innocent customers. They were interested in anyone who had transactions in Washington D.C., ever purchased a firearm, or even booked a hotel or plane ticket within a certain time frame. Talk about invasive snooping!

I have to hand it to Chair Jordan for calling out these unconstitutional surveillance practices. These are not the actions of a government that respects the rights and liberties of its citizens. We need answers, and we need them now. Jordan has demanded a transcribed interview with Noah Bishoff and Peter Sullivan from the FBI to get to the bottom of this mess.

It’s high time we put an end to these alarming and disrespectful snooping tactics. Our privacy should be protected, and our political and religious beliefs should never be used against us. We’re supposed to live in a land of freedom, not a surveillance state. Let’s hope Chair Jordan and the House Judiciary Committee can bring about some much-needed change.

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