Sensible?

NSA is vacuuming in the millions of calls, email, internet communications DAILY all under the guise of identifying terrorists. [Wink, wink] Yet they are excluding MOSQUES! No – really! IBD Article on 6/12.

Now explain to me the sensible, wise reasoning behind such a strategy? Add to this the fact that “Since October 2011, mosques have been off-limits to FBI agents. No more surveillance or undercover sting operations without high-level approval from a special oversight body at the Justice Department dubbed the Sensitive Operations Review Committee.”

Another person involved in the Benghazi COVER-UP is getting a cushy role. CIA deputy director who played a key role in editing the administration’s controversial talking points is “retiring” to spend more time with family BUT he was immediately appointed by the Chief Empty Suit to serve on the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board which is an INDEPENDENT advisory board. [See “no oversight”] Remember Rice received the top UN job which did not require vetting or approval from Congress. See a pattern?

This evening – New York Times is reporting:

“American intelligence analysts now believe that President Bashar al-Assad’s troops have used chemical weapons against rebel forces in the civil war in Syria, an assessment that will put added pressure on a deeply divided Obama administration to develop a response to a provocation that the president himself has declared a “red line.”

The belief is chemical weapons have been used several times on a small scale.

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WE NEED AN AMERICAN SPRING!

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