HR 2471, like a snake, is slithering up to the “moderate” Democrat Patrick Leahy’s Judicial Senate Committee, to be voted on November 29th. Patrick Leahy has rewritten this electronic “privacy” bill to instead allow the Feds, local law enforcement, and literally any local or federal entity to read any electronic communication—email, private Facebook Posts, Twitter direct messages, Google Docs, etc.—without a warrant.
Isn’t there something called the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution? Something about privacy?
Who needs the Constitution when Barack Hussein Obama can take care of everyone’s needs?
Will America fight back against this unconstitutional power grab?
Time will tell.
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