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-- and no wonder why the judges so worded this is precisely to -- -- playing out.
True to form that is so that's what event.
I think we're and have very dangerous times.
Because the government is spying on half of Americans and the government is trying to persuade Americans that we should trust it and that this is for our own good.
And the government is arguing as governments have argued since time immemorial -- Can -- here at liberty and we'll keep you safe.
It doesn't keep a safe.
And the liberty does not come back.
And World War I the Wilson administration enacted the Espionage Act which prohibited.
Saying nice things about the enemy.
That's still the -- today the governor hasn't used it.
But it's there if they want to indict somebody on the basis of their words that is very very dangerous stuff.
The Americans and everyone and it's -- easy to -- with.
The American public cannot become complacent about this because we're losing liberty down a slippery slope.
If you had predicted this ten years ago -- -- -- said couldn't possibly be it will never happen yet we are what -- -- watching today.
Begin ten years ago under the presidency under under the bush Cheney -- Chairman of the senate former senator.
Was Tony you know O'Neal without saying did you examples of the proof that this has this sort of thing NSA phone records and that kind of thing has stopped events now.
Course that's like wondering -- prove it but but his point was there is some good become a something that would seem patently offensive -- say that.
I say that value.
Is is a cost it's it's an analysis after -- so at what cost are we getting value.
What about need to -- -- on a lot.
I don't want to give up the liberties that have made America America.
I am willing to live with some choice at some point enough is enough.
This is too much the government spying and half the country look the whole purpose of the Fourth Amendment was to make sure we didn't.
-- have fishing expeditions and dragnet.
It's to give the government what it needs what the government has to show a target it has to show suspicion.
And what it -- Charlotte around our house looking for like a proverbial needle and it's -- -- it can't look at everybody.
It's simply can't do that because that's what makes just -- would've -- -- -- unhappy.
He decided there were a bunch of dead people he called the Bolsheviks I'm gonna look at Erin Burnett was total (%expletive) but then it was well your your words not mine -- possibly say that.
Look the whole purpose of the Fourth Amendment is to prevent the government from doing in large numbers what it is what it is doing to us you have a greater chance.
Of dying by being shot by the police or falling in your bath -- and home.
Thing you do from a terrorist you wouldn't give up a privacy in your home.
Believing that the government can keep you safe why would you give up the privacy in your emails -- you're taxing your phone calls it doesn't keep us safe does -- make their job easier.
Yes it does.
Britain putting obstacles in front of the government.
Is what the constitution did intentionally.
To keep it from becoming an all powerful government -- Reagan used to say if we don't control the government.
The government will control us -- Was in charge now mattered more -- us we're sort of fears some words were from the government we're here to help the nine most dangerous words in the English language.
That anybody does what he called them.
What we did see Matt read it vividly he litigate big Donald -- the -- don't pull whatever weight he's lost he's come that -- -- -- Not enough money -- -- or thank you guys are very much -- -- not.
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