Zakaria, a known plagiarist, interviewed Rice. She denied claims that she was the one who unmasked Americans in order to embarrass Trump campaign officials who were incidentally surveilled in the Russian collusion investigation.
She told the far left-leaning plagiarist that she never did anything "untoward with respect to the intelligence" she received on the Trump campaign, which defies her original story where she denied knowing anything whatsoever about the "incidental collection of intelligence" on Trump transition officials.
The "Adviser Liar" told Judy Woodruff, PBS NewsHour host in March, "I know nothing about this" and "I was surprised to see reports from Chairman Nunes on that account today."
But now she admits she got the information but didn't do anything with it.
Of course not--she never lies very--much.
"I think now we've had subsequently members of Congress on the intelligence committees on both sides of the aisle take a look at the information that apparently was the basis for Chairman Nunes' concern, and say publicly that they didn't see anything that was unusual or untoward," Rice contended, likely referring to anonymous House and Senate sources who claimed she did nothing wrong.
"I did my job, which was to protect the American people, and I did it faithfully and to the best of my ability, and never did I do anything that was untoward and with respect to the intelligence I received," she lied.
The problem is, her job was not to protect the American people nor conduct investigations in the way she claims--that's for the FBI, NSA and CIA to do.
She might consider changing her name to Master Sergeant Schultz.
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