Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs joins Fox Across America With guest host Joe Concha to share his reaction to the House of Representatives passing a bill to renew the federal government surveillance tool known as Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, shortly after an amendment he introduced was voted down.

“Some of them were scared to death. I mean, the speaker himself admitted that he was scared because for seven years, look, the last time it was reauthorized, five years ago, he voted with us on a really broad, even broader than this particular warrant bill, amendment. And he was for it. But for whatever reason, this time he got scared. He said they took him to a skiff. They told him all kinds of stuff, and he got nervous, you know. Well, that’s the way they work. I told him, I said, do you realize that the = people who make a living in the Department of Misinformation, Disinformation, just got ahold of you and provided you with disinformation? So that’s what you get. So my warrant amendment going down, that’s really critical. Right? That’s really important. But then they also expanded FISA authorities in three different ways. And one of them that’s the most pernicious in many respects is if you offer Wi-Fi service, the feds now, if this becomes law, will be able to go in and demand that you give them all of that information, all of that data. Because, you’re now deemed to be some kind of telecommunications provider. So they carved out an exception for coffee houses and restaurants. But if you let’s say you’re a dental office or a professional services place or a department store or any retailer or a landlord somewhere, and you provide Wi-Fi services, all of that Wi-Fi data now will be, collectible under the new regime that they expanded on today.”

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