The fact that I even have to write this is incredibly bad.
Why are these agencies spying on Americans at all?
Another wonderful question would be why we allow three letter agencies to even exist? The F.B.I., The A.T.F, The C.I.A, The I.R.S, The N.S.A, I could go on and on here, but we don’t need ANY of these agencies.
We don’t need unelected bureaucrats destroying America and preying on Americans, yet that is EXACTLY the extent of these agencies mission and purpose.
What you are about to read is simply more proof of why these agencies need to go ASAP.
I am not about to give these people brownie points for ‘transparency’ being open and honest about committing a crime just makes you a more compliant criminal.
Here’s what people are saying:
NSA Spying on Americans Is Illegal.
Yet, the CIA and the worlds largest ad agency network, WPP (WPPGY), have been in bed together on a social media [Twitter and Facebook] data-mining venture since at least January 2009, the beginning of the Obama Biden era https://t.co/aDnvGPrWFF https://t.co/syYYcvfWly
— EmpathyEducates (@empathyeducates) May 10, 2021
Watergate was an illegal action just like
Obama/Biden who did these things
James Clapper Obama's DNI chief lied about NSA spying on millions of Americans
James Comey's FBI spied on American journalists
CIA admits to spying on Senate staffers
This was @JohnBrennan
— AppSame (@AppSame) June 11, 2021
The Epoch Times had more on the story:
The FBI insisted that the queries for all 16,000 people “were reasonably likely to return foreign-intelligence information or evidence of a crime because [redacted],” Boasberg wrote. But the judge found that position “unsupportable,” apart from searches on just seven of the people.
Still, Boasberg allowed the data collection to continue, prompting Elizabeth Goitein, co-director of the Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, to lament that court’s decision on the data collection program, authorized by Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), “is even more inexplicable given that the opinion was issued shortly after the government reported submitting FISA applications riddled with errors and omissions in the Carter Page investigation.”
Page was a campaign associate of then-candidate Donald Trump who was illegally surveilled by the FBI.
— Matthew 5:44 (@CBakerShow) June 18, 2021
— Al Saukaitis (@xprofdefrancais) June 18, 2021
Take a look at this piece from The Guardian in 2013 which started it all:
Having watched the Obama administration prosecute whistleblowers at a historically unprecedented rate, he fully expects the US government to attempt to use all its weight to punish him. “I am not afraid,” he said calmly, “because this is the choice I’ve made.”
He predicts the government will launch an investigation and “say I have broken the Espionage Act and helped our enemies, but that can be used against anyone who points out how massive and invasive the system has become”.
The only time he became emotional during the many hours of interviews was when he pondered the impact his choices would have on his family, many of whom work for the US government. “The only thing I fear is the harmful effects on my family, who I won’t be able to help any more. That’s what keeps me up at night,” he said, his eyes welling up with tears.