Skip to comments.ABC News Video--Whistleblowers Expose Massive Government Violations of Privacy
Posted on 05/24/2010 11:00:06 AM PDT by Welshman007
When the Conservative Examiner presented proof in a 7-part series that the Obama government is engaging in covert activities to rob citizens of their liberties, naysayers dismissed the information as 'inconclusive,' despite the reliability of the unnamed sources for that information.
However, ABC News interviewed a whistleblower who exposes a massive government intrusion into the privacy of all citizens by reading their emails and Instant Messages, listening to their phone calls, monitoring their movements on the Internet, and tracking the 'Patriot movement' as a 'violent threat' to national security, although no one in the Patriot movement has engaged in such violence.
Not only that, but the government is working with a corporation--AT&T--in order to accomplish this privacy violation:
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
When the Democrats criticize and moan and groan about the Iraqi War, et all, it’s patriotic. When conservatives do the same about encoraching socialism and reckless, stupid spending, it’s a national security issue.
Geezey- peezey, when was the last time conservative Americans staged a riot?
The Obama White House, it seems, is chock full of dolts.
And statist criminals.
And suddenly human/civil rights groups don’t care. :(
The People need a Personal Privacy Amendment to the US Constitution.
Or a new government...
George W. Bush is making them do this. It is NOT Obama’s fault. (Just waiting for the president’ press secretary to say this)
Ah, so instead of just calling me a “vexatious requestor” they want to actually kill me now....
Nice to know.
one set of laws for us... one set for them
because some people are more equal than others
"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."
Its a Bush hit piece. From the sound of the interview this guy wouldn’t have come forward if Barry was pres. At any rate Barry happened to ‘benefit’ from this setup.
Perhaps. I think “dolts” describes them nicely. :)
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