Obama Expanded NSA Powers Days Before Leaving Office, Now They’re Being Used to Sabotage Trump

Mountain Republic

After President Trump won the election, Obama quietly expanded the NSA’s ability to spy on innocent Americans just days before leaving office.

Seeing as how the deep state, which includes the NSA and FBI, appear to be leaking all of Trump’s private phone calls with foreign leaders and took down General Michael Flynn by spying on his calls and leaking them to their friends in The Washington Post and The New York Times, the story is being looked at in a completely new light.

As the The New York Times reported on January 12th:

    In its final days, the Obama administration has expanded the power of the National Security Agency to share globally intercepted personal communications with the government’s 16 other intelligence agencies before applying privacy protections.

    The new rules significantly relax longstanding limits on what the N.S.A. may do with the information gathered by its most powerful surveillance…

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U.S. Cop Stops Innocent Woman for Walking, Demands to See her ‘Papers’*

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U.S. Cop Stops Innocent Woman for Walking, Demands to See her ‘Papers’*

By Jack Burns

As the xenophobic police state takes its grip on America, police are now stopping innocent citizens and demanding their papers — because terrorism.

In the wake of President Trump’s announcement to withhold federal funding from so-called sanctuary cities, places where federal immigration laws are not enforced, one story coming out of Bel Air, Maryland is getting national attention. Bel Air, MD is approximately 90% White, with a spattering of races and nationalities making up the remaining 10%. Resident Aravinda Pillalamarri, a naturalized U.S. citizen from India, says she found out the hard way how her neighbors feel about her presence in the neighborhood and how police treat people of colour — in a modern day xenophobic police state.

“Ihre Papiere, Bitte!”

That phrase often brought shudders to the people who heard it in…

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