Skip to comments.WH Tried to Interfere with WaPo´s NSA Story
Posted on 08/16/2013 6:42:04 PM PDT by Nachum
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Gee, and no reporter wants to take this on? Where are the Woodward and Burnsteins of the 21st century? Oh yeah, they are covering Lady Gaga and Justin Beiber.
Hey NSA, yeah, you-—over here, listen up. Ears ON. Do not, repeat: do not screw with my mail. The CODE OF THE WEST is the controlling legal authority here at the farm.
This is the Washington Post article about the audit. The reference is part way down. Might want to access it soon as it will probably disappear.
The documents provided by Snowden offer only glimpses of those questions. Some reports make clear that an unauthorized search produced no records. But a single incident in February 2012 involved the unlawful retention of 3,032 files that the surveillance court had ordered the NSA to destroy, according to the May 2012 audit. Each file contained an undisclosed number of telephone call records.
The above is the extract out of the article.
It’s the style for limo liberals bazillionaires to call themselves “libertarians.” They are global fascists and find the constitution and National borders “conservative” (extremist). The big internet Corps. have aided and abetted NSA as best they can. They could care less about American freedom’s ideology and culture. Amoral materialism and the ideology of global liberalism is their “libertarianism.” They love a big government as long as they have their paws in the US Treasury.
“Jeff Bezos now owns the place. And he calls himself a libertarian. Things are about to get very interesting.”
Indeed. I wonder if all of the liberals that have infested Slate for the past 17 years will now crawl away from the woodwork and find a new home. If so, a thorough fumigation is in order. Some of them will probably embrace the new Libertarian stance, but most have been die-hard leftists and can’t change now.
“Might want to access it soon as it will probably disappear.”
With stuff like that, if I don’t have time to read it now, I just print it to .pdf file format and save it for later. I have hundreds of articles saved that way that are probably no longer on the net and have been scrubbed. I wish there was a central website where we could post (and share) articles like that. A clearinghouse of sensitive info that the Obama machine will no doubt erase from existence (or try to).
“Everyone should really read 1984.”
I’m sure every one in D.C. did. They took it as a blueprint.
they memorized Machiavelli's The Prince and live by it...well the Dhimmicrats do, anyway...the Republicans have their heads too far up their fundaments.
Wonder if the White House now will try to shut down the Washington Post website
” Its the style for limo liberals bazillionaires to call themselves libertarians. They are global fascists and find the constitution and National borders conservative (extremist). The big internet Corps. have aided and abetted NSA as best they can. They could care less about American freedoms ideology and culture. Amoral materialism and the ideology of global liberalism is their libertarianism. They love a big government as long as they have their paws in the US Treasury.”
Good job, Sara.
Obama administration had restrictions on NSA reversed in 2011
The Washington Post ^ | Ellen Nakashima
Posted on Sunday, September 08, 2013 6:59:34 AM by originalbuckeye
The Obama administration secretly won permission from a surveillance court in 2011 to reverse restrictions on the National Security Agencys use of intercepted phone calls and e-mails, permitting the agency to search deliberately for Americans communications in its massive databases, according to interviews with government officials and recently declassified material.
In addition, the court extended the length of time that the NSA is allowed to retain intercepted U.S. communications from five years to six years and more under special circumstances, according to the documents, which include a recently released 2011 opinion by U.S. District Judge John D. Bates, then chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
Good one GD. I will post this on my site and on Twitter today.
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