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NSA: Please Utilize Spying Tools You Use On Citizens To Acquire Emails VA Won’t Give Congress


by Jan Morgan

I’m watching Fox News this morning, listening to Republicans at the committee hearing, whine about the fact that they are not getting the VA email records they requested in a timely manner.
 They complain that the VA is sifting through emails and only providing copies of the email correspondence that is vague and does not shed light on the investigation.
 Selective filtering…. so to speak.

So…. I’m a bit confused.
 The United States Government through NSA can spy on our email, our cell phone conversations, texts, and our social media pages and message center.. There is no where for average Americans to hide from Big Brother when he wants to know what we are up to.. HOWEVER, the government WILL NOT spy on its own agencies…

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Read the rest of this Liberty Alliance article here: http://libertyalliance.com/2014/05/nsa-please-utilize-spying-tools-use-citizens-acquire-emails-va-wont-give-congress/#BgYyq4Szo3blBe0f.99
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