Can you hear me now?

America’s most reliable wireless network…

Remember the “Can you hear me now?” commercial by Verizon Wireless? (If you don’t, click here)

Never stop working for you…Verizon Wireless claims.

Well, it’s actually more like never stop working for Obama and his regime.

By now, we all have known about the Obama administration and the AP-gate—nothing less than another Watergate. And we all have known how Eric Holder’s DOJ disregarded the First Amendment and seized more than 2 months worth of phone records for more than 20 phone lines assigned to AP—including some personal cell phone accounts, courtesy of Verizon.

And now, we’ve just known…they did not stop there. Millions of Americans—mostly customers of Verizon—have had their phone records submitted to the Obama regime.

According to the company’s report, Verizon has over 98 million wireless and about 12 million residential customers. One must ask how many of these records were used by the regime for investigation of political enemies—is Mitt Romney a Verizon’s customer?

Shameless!

Blame on FISA                                                                                             

Obama regime quickly claimed what they’ve been doing are just an extension of FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act)—first introduced by Sen. Ted Kennedy and signed into law by President Carter in 1978. The bill was a result of the extensive investigation of the Nixon administration—is it me or Obama has proven to be even worse than President Nixon in snooping?

FISA included procedures for the physical and electronic surveillance and collection of “foreign intelligence information” between “foreign powers” and “agents of foreign powers” (which may include American citizens and permanent residents suspected of espionage or terrorism)

Obama regime took this to another level. They snooped on phone calls between Americans and Americans—with no foreigners involved.

What an abuse of the law by a lawyer (no less)—Barrack Obama.

 

Ch3 Nguyen

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