Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Obama Fears Arrest and is Running Scared From NSA Scandal

You heard it here first folks: President Obama is afraid to be arrested for his role in the National Security Agency scandal.

Who says so? Alex Jones, of course. And how many times has he ever been wrong?

Okay, before you answer that question, watch this video.



Here's more from the YouTube description:
Obama is so desperate to brush aside the governments illegal NSA spying activity that he compared it to the actions of patriot Paul Revere. 
In a speech that was billed as an announcement of "reforms" to the NSA's mass spying practices, the president argued that the US has a long history of defending liberty by conducting surveillance. Obama even cited Paul Revere, in remarks clearly designed to justify government spying on its own citizens. #Obama's justification for #NSA spying: "but Paul Revere did it first!" — Paul Weiskel (@PWeiskel08) January 17, 2014 
To virtually no one's surprise, the president's "reforms" will not stop NSA's mass spying, and this was immediately evident in the opening remarks of Obama's speech when he attempted to argue that in times of war, the US has always used surveillance to secure freedom. "At the dawn of our Republic, a small, secret surveillance committee borne out of the "The Sons of Liberty" was established in Boston." Obama stated. "The group's members included Paul Revere, and at night they would patrol the streets, reporting back any signs that the British were preparing raids against America's early Patriots." 
Note how in the first sentence, using incredibly Orwellian tactics, Obama has twisted the facts to link spying to patriotism, and to suggest that the earliest American icons were engaged in the same sort of activity as today's NSA. Obama then went on to cite the Civil War, World War II, and the Cold War, arguing that "Throughout American history, intelligence has helped secure our country and our freedoms."