NSA spying program was used for political espionage

Agent in charge of failed NSA phone surveillance program says he briefed Comey, McCabe on its ineffectiveness. LISTEN HERE.

9 Comments on NSA spying program was used for political espionage

  1. Jesus Christ.

    Americans are so batshit insane now that they scream increasing the US debt makes sense when interest rates are low, but
    Americans are completely unable to understand that the government doesn’t make a profit.

    A company that borrows money at 3% to expand is smart if they have a 10% profit margin.

    Money stolen from taxpayers is lost when the government pays for government worker wages, Christmas parties, food stamps, cars, bombs, and Afghan soldier uniforms.

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  2. This is further confirmation heaved on the mountain of evidence already gathered of which very little has been or will be done about.
    Now there’s rumblings about subpoenas around DC. Seems like they’ve finally selected a couple sacrificial lambs to offer up in hopes the rest of the crooks can continue business as usual.
    Put down the bagpipes, it’s not going to work!

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  3. “Americans are completely unable to understand that the government doesn’t make a profit.”

    Your income is their profit.

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  4. “briefed Comey, McCabe on its ineffectiveness”

    bull shit!
    it was effective at what it was really designed to do all along.

    The man in the recording didn’t understand it’s real purpose.

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  5. I DON’T AUTOMATICALLY TRUST OR MIS-TRUST ANY WEB SITE OR AUTHOR FOR PLYING THEIR TRADE WITH THE USE OF CLICK-BAIT BUT I DO TAKE NOTICE.
    FOR EXAMPLE THOSE TIMES WHEN ONE BY-LINE PROCLAIMS ‘DID’ AND THE FOLLOWING SAYS ‘MAYBE DID’

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  6. Duh!
    Is there anyone on Earth who didn’t know this from the git-go?
    Is there anyone THAT fukkin stupid?
    If you’re THAT fukkin stupid, you should be running for the Demonrat nomination for Preznit!
    Or change your name to “Mittens.”

    izlamo delenda est …

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  7. Come on, man! Who do you believe? James Clapper swore under oath before the Senate Intelligence Committee seven years ago that NSA did “not willingly” spy on millions of Americans. OK. Got that? “Not willingly.” That means “not willingly.” It doesn’t mean “willingly.” If we are being spied on, it’s “unwillingly.” Satisfied? Yeah, I thought not.
    Unwillingly yours,
    Baracky Osmidgen

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