Skip to comments.Senators Ask if NSA Collected Gun Data: Potential to construct gun database, senators say
Posted on 06/30/2013 2:20:05 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
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They wouldn’t lie to you Mr. Senator, would they?
Geez, ya' think? /sarc
This administration has no hesitation in lying to Congress, so what makes anyone think they will answer these questions honestly?
Until the registry is discovered, the mantra is deny, deny, deny.
Yeah—like this will lead to the truth.........../s
They will say no, but not say that with a couple of clicks in the database program, they can find any credit card purchases from any of a thousand places like Cabela’s or dirtcheapammo.com etc. and start from there.
If Congress were serious they would serve them with a subpoena duces tecum (look it up) and if they produced nothing, an analyst team with security clearance shows up unannounced with a court order.
That’s really cute, isn’t it? I was actually thinking Congress might be serious about protecting the American people from one of their overreaching fellow feral agencies. Never mind .......... heh.
Short answer: Of course they did. What do you intend to do about it?
What Good Can a Handgun Do Against An Army?
They never fail to amaze me with the depths they’re going to to mess with us.
Thank you for posting that. I wanted to post that the other day in a different thread, but I didn’t have time to search for it. Now it is book marked ... to be used regularly.
I think Congress has to start water boarding these idiots.
Ammo orders by web?
Magazines? Parts? optics? Cases? Tactical stuff? Holsters?
Check, check, check, check, check, and... Check! Got 'em!
Any communication that has traveled by phone, involved a credit/debit card, etc. The 4473 was just a formality.
Got the gun private sale, cash? good start. Ordered the 'stuff' and ammo on line? that leaves a trail. (Perhaps best to have one on paper, one (or more) not--the one on paper will be the one they look for, but will hide the traceable ammo buy for the other--unless you paid cash for that in person also.
But then, the same goes for most anything.
If he says no, you can be sure he is telling the truth/s
If there was a Like button, I would hit it for your post.
The organs of tyranny can collect all the info they want, makes little difference or can stop razors to the throat of such architects in the shadows. The fomenting rage in this country will only last so long til the damn bursts.
― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
A bipartisan group of 26 senators, led by Sen. Ron Wyden (D., Ore.) asked Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to detail the scope and limits of the National Security Agencys surveillance activities in a letter released Friday.
Among the senators concerns was whether the NSAs bulk data harvesting program could be used to construct a gun registry or violate other privacy laws.
When they finally decide to use the NSA data to confiscate guns, all the databases in the world won’t be able to save them from the blowback.
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