Who Would Trust Them After This?

Andrew Napolitano

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Judge Andrew Napolitano says it well…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRHRc2Nd0Co&feature=youtube_gdata

Who Would Trust Them After This?… “Judge Andrew Napolitano called the situation “a fishing expedition on the grandest scale we’ve ever seen in American history.”  The government is looking for a select group of people, and instead of obeying the Constitution and simply getting a search warrant for their phones, the judge says, “They got a search warrant for a 113 million phones!”” | Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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One Response to “Who Would Trust Them After This?”

  1. trutherator Says:

    This isn’t about Snowden: It’s about the other traitors still in the room:
    https://www.facebook.com/notes/revolution-news-network/this-isnt-about-snowden-its-about-the-other-traitors-still-in-the-room/589067181126518

    Quote:
    “By believing their crimes to be gifts while demanding you be an accomplice to them by demanding your silence .In the meantime, their claim of knowing all convicts them of all, or do they think they would be immune to same rod being put to their backs that they have fashioned for ours?….

    “They are now accomplices to everything including the real possibility that all this spying provides an ancillary benefit a something of a gateway drug: To the harder drug of blackmail….

    “You see, one chief advantage of the Executive being able to spy on everyone, including Senators, Congressmen, Governors, Generals, CEO’s, of any party affiliation, etc., is that it’s easy to blackmail them into submission and obedience or get rid of them whenever you want.”

    As you think about just how much spying was and is reportedly going on, think back over the last 10 years or so and recall just how many high profile people in the Federal (and State) government suddenly lost their jobs, decided to step down, or not run for office again, and had their reputations destroyed over “leaked” personal information that was embarrassing, or made them vulnerable, or got them ostracized.

    It may help explain the behavior of those who are mysteriously (or maybe not so mysteriously?) currently and to your astonishment, defending the very system that they know for sure already spies on them, and most likely know has them blackmailed as well. It’s said that in organized crime circles, the point is made to extract your obedience through complicity – which is to simply make you an accomplice to the crimes they commit- so that if they go down, you go down with them.
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