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Take -- a spying at our freedom judge at an apology and -- wants to know how what the US government.
Has charged Edwards Snowden -- it's espionage.
Why can they do that when NSA has been doing the same thing.
The -- is Fox News senior judicial analyst he's in Washington DC today judge good to see what you talking about what is an essay Dylan is similar to what -- -- dead.
Well you know what we learned about the NSA and drips and drabs as a result of them is just no -- initial revelations and June 6.
And first government acknowledged that all -- had was billing records who called whom when and for how long they spoke.
What we now know that for the past two and a half years.
Threw -- a secret court secretly expanding -- far beyond what congress intended the alert where congress -- the -- ago.
The NSA has captured that contact that -- -- And every telephone call every email.
And every text message sent within the United States -- America and it's an enormous amount of data they don't look at all of them but they have -- there.
And they can access it with the press of a few keys.
On the right computer in order to justify.
They are doing this they have selectively leaked some of it.
And we've what we've learned that they have not only leaked it to the press like hey we stopped fifty plots even though the FBI was involved in some of them either weren't really plots that were stings.
And we are expose an imminent and grave danger in Yemen this week.
That of course doesn't justify why we need to listen to the phone calls and read email us at 300 million Americans are worried about the bad guys that Yemen.
But we've also learned -- is extremely disturbing as recently as two days ago yesterday and again this morning.
That the NSA has been leaking raw data.
That it obtains from these phone calls -- from these emails.
To the drug enforcement administration.
And the drug enforcement administration and other law enforcement groups here in Washington.
Have been using that data to institute to initiate.
Criminal prosecutions now you may say well so what bad guys deserve to -- -- -- we have a Fourth Amendment.
To prevent the use of a drag net to catch spies.
As a basis to start criminal prosecutions into making it even worse we now know that and -- in a manual prepared.
For IRS agents they were told that if -- information came from the NSA and they were put under oath as to where they got the information from.
There were a lot about it.
And claimed that it came somewhere else this is extremely disturbing.
If any of these lies took place in case is that of where we're defendants have been convicted guess what those defendants are now entitled to a new trial.
-- and it doesn't congress that have the power to put a stop to this.
Yes and no congress can put a stop to it.
By reducing the budget or by giving aid budget and saying what they -- do with the money and what they cannot do.
Libertarian Republican congressman just and a mosh.
Combined with liberal democratic congressman John Conyers.
Just last week in an effort to do that on -- house of represented as a fell short.
By about six or seven votes persons that would need to change their vote in order -- effort to pass but when congress learns what the NSA is doing.
Congress cannot tell the public or other members of congress about it because of laws that congress wrote.
Which requires the NSA to reveal these things in secret for prevents members of congress from doing anything about it -- what kind of -- representative democracy is that.
That when the people we send to watch and -- represented asked Warren about spying they can't tell anybody about it.
I think you get a little more fired up when your -- Carson.
Can I tell you what I'm also fired up about.
What I was born in Newark, New Jersey I can't pulled out awhile ago until now I can't believe these polls claiming that it's the least friendly city on the face of the earth.
That's just not true how can take it a wonderful places in that town.
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