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Dianne Feinstein Defends NSA Spying, We Push Back

Dianne Feinsten Defends NSA SpyingYesterday, during a hearing in the Imperial Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Dianne Feinsten went to bat for the NSA – defending their wildly unconstitutional spying program as “lawful, effective and constitutional”

This is in light of the fact that the NSA intends to collect all U.S. telephone records and put them in a searchable “lock box” in the interest of “national security.” That’s how PCWorld reported on what General Keith Alexander, the NSA’s director, told U.S. senators.

There is no upper limit” on NSA telephone-records collection, Alexander said. “I believe it is in the nation’s best interest to put all the phone records into a lock box that we can search when the nation needs to do it.”

Fact: The 4th Amendment doesn’t authorize this kind of mass intrusion into your privacy, no matter what these people happen to say.

Fact: They’ll continue to do this – and much more – unless they’re resisted.

As Rosa Parks said, “The only tired I was…was tired of giving in.”

With the state-level 4th Amendment Protection Act, you absolutely can push back. We’ve already received commitments from legislators in 3 states to introduce the bill. Please get active today to help push that number much higher!

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10 thoughts on “Dianne Feinstein Defends NSA Spying, We Push Back

  1. […] A few weeks ago, Dianne Feinstein claimed that mass spying by the National Security Agency is “lawful, effective and Constitutional.” […]

  2. […] A few weeks ago, Dianne Feinstein claimed that mass spying by the NSA is “lawful, effective and constitutional.” […]

  3. […] A few weeks ago, Dianne Feinstein claimed that mass spying by the NSA is “lawful, effective and constitutional.” […]

  4. […] A few weeks ago, Dianne Feinstein claimed that mass spying by the NSA is “lawful, effective and constitutional.” […]

  5. no wonder California is where it is today, when the people continually elect “people” like Feinstein. Guess she is one of those left wing revisionist historians that can take a very basic English sentence and make it mean the total opposite.

    Amendment IV

    The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, SHALL NOT BE VIOLATED, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

    I guess the term “shall not be violated” is up for debate, just like the now debunked debate on “the right of the people to keep an bear arms” debate. this woman is a traitor and she needs to be gone from power PERIOD.

  6. […] 2013 that: “A few weeks ago, Dianne Feinstein claimed that mass spying by the NSA is ‘lawful, effective and constitutional.’ She then introduced a new NSA ‘reform bill’ that does absolutely nothing to […]

  7. Regarding the idea that governors will/would stand against unjust federal actions: I note a heading about Missouri’s stand for the Second Amendment. In our case, so much for that ! The governor vetoed it and a fall session of the legislature failed to over ride his veto by ONE VOTE! MO had it all set up to provide the feds with citizen’s private, personal information via permanent recording and storage – to be forwarded to Homeland “Security”. This through the state’s Dept of Revenue via Motor Vehicle (Drivers License, official state id and concealed carry permits issued by county sheriffs). The legislature shut it down. Gov Nixon’s crony appointment director of DOR resigned. (He) was acting on orders from Nixon. Nixon is still in office – as is his crony appointment to the Supt of the state highway patrol who was facilitating the transfer of info to H Security. The only good to come from the mess of treachery is legislative action that issuance of concealed carry permits was vested solely in county sheriffs offices – with no access by any one nor government entity EXcept in cases of criminal prosecution where the (individual[s]) data is pertinent.

  8. […] A few weeks ago, Dianne Feinstein claimed that mass spying by the NSA is “lawful, effective and constitutional.” […]

  9. […] A few weeks ago, Dianne Feinstein claimed that mass spying by the NSA is “lawful, effective and constitutional.” […]

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