NBC & Planted BO Administration KOOL-AID

Here is a BS Cover Story for BO-BS by NBC. They believe we’ll drink the Kool-Aid

Officials: NSA mistakenly intercepted emails, phone calls of innocent Americans

Insisting that attempts at “100 percent security” will always come with inconveniences, President Barack Obama said “we’re going to have to make some choices as a society.” NBC’s Pete Williams reports.

By Michael Isikoff
National Investigative Correspondent, NBC News

The National Security Agency has at times mistakenly intercepted the private email messages and phone calls of Americans who had no link to terrorism, requiring Justice Department officials to report the errors to a secret national security court and destroy the data, according to two former U.S. intelligence officials.

At least some of the phone calls and emails were pulled from among the hundreds of millions stored by telecommunications companies as part of an NSA surveillance program. James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, Thursday night publicly acknowledged what he called “a sensitive intelligence collection program” after its existence was disclosed by the Guardian newspaper.

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5 Comments

  1. We all want to be protected against terrorism, but we can’t trust Barack Obama’s Administration to do it. Worse, a growing body of evidence indicates we’re more likely to be targeted by our own government than protected by it. Fast-n-Furious, Benghazi, IRS, AP, FOX’s Jim Rosen, and now NSA, all examples of Obama’s Administration acting in violation of the Constitutional protections of American citizens.

    Then, there’re those disturbing reports about the Department of Homeland Security buying tens of thousands of rounds of hollow point pistol ammunition mostly in .40 caliber. They say it’s for target practice, but hollow point isn’t target ammo, wad cutters are target ammo, hollow point is designed to expand on impact and cause maximum tissue damage, and it’s expensive compared to wad cutters. Wad cutters cut clean holes in paper targets, hollow points are designed to kill and maim flesh and blood targets.

    We can’t trust the Obama Administration to tell us the truth, they’ve already turned their backs on brave Americans fighting for their lives and lied about it, they’re using the IRS to crush political opposition and took the 5th, they’ve secretly employed advanced technology to spy on us and claim it was inadvertent, and now given the amount and type of ammunition they’re stockpiling can we help but wonder if we aren’t the targets they plan to practice on?

  2. One correction Ropelight. The Obminable administration is not buying tens of thousands of rounds of hollow point ammo: it’s tens of millions.

  3. Total order by DHS for all types of ammo is TWO BILLION Rounds.

    Posted earlier:
    Hi 1.6 Billion Bullet DHS – Good-bye PRIVACY
    Posted by Yorkshire on 21 March 2013, 6:34 pm

    It’s GOODBYE privacy for sure US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email Joseph Menn and Deborah Charles , Reuters The U.S. government is expanding a cybersecurity program that scans Internet traffic headed into and out of defense contractors to include far more of the country’s private, civilian-run infrastructure.

    http://www.journal14.com/2013/03/21/hi-1-6-billion-bullet-dhs-good-bye-privacy/

  4. Today’s laugh! Holder says the gathered information was destroyed!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Hey, WithHolder, I have a Bridge in Brooklyn to sell you also. There’s not enough PROOF in this world to believe Holder. Once in the puter, it stays somewhere.

  5. York, I believe this is the information, phone records and internet communications, etc, which was collected illegally by Eric Holder’s so-called Justice Department and which was determined by the FISA court to have violated federal surveillance laws. FISA ruled that collecting it was an act of unconstitutional domestic spying.

    Now, the so-called Justice Department is attempting to prevent public disclosure of the court’s 86 page decision. Holder and his gang of cyber snoops not only violated surveillance laws, now they’re abusing their authority, compounding their crimes, trying to prevent us from finding out what the court specifically set up to protect our privacy rights had to say about their unlawful behavior.

    First they secretly violate our rights and then they use their official positions to keep it quiet. That’s not how a nation of laws operates, it’s how a police state uses government power to silence opposition and intimidate the population.

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