[ASI] NSA Leaker is a Traitorous Punk

June 11th, 2013 at 8:32 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America's Survival:

My friends, we need more surveillance of Marxist and Islamist groups in the U.S.

Now if you have evidence that Obama is using the NSA terrorist surveillance program to monitor and harass conservatives, show it to me. We have that evidence in the IRS scandal but not here.

We have to be able to separate these scandals and understand that there are those, like Alex Jones, who want to confuse and mislead us.

Please use your heads and stay with me for a moment.

I am amazed at some "patriots" and "conservatives" who want to celebrate this NSA traitor Edward Snowden. They seem to think his disclosures somehow hurt Obama. They don't. Instead, they hurt the United States. Former Ambassador John Bolton says it best:

Bolton told Newsmax TV: "Treason is the only crime defined in the Constitution and it talks about waging war against the United States -- which this is -- and giving aid and comfort to our enemies, and God knows they've gotten a lot of aid and comfort from this release."

Now, I have concerns about Obama's use of this information, and whether he is really using it to target terrorists. But I have no evidence at this time he is using the program to target conservatives, Christians, or patriots.

The terrorist surveillance program is legitimate, valid, lawful, and constitutional. It was started under Bush and approved by Congress.

In this case, you have to be a serious, thinking conservative. Don't jump to conclusions based on sensational headlines and self-serving statements from the leaker, who broke the law. The "leaker" in this case supported Obama and gave money to Ron Paul for president. Ron Paul talks like the far-left on foreign policy issues. As a Congressman, he appeared on Iranian Press TV and Russia Today (RT). He thinks we are to blame for Muslim terrorism. Nonsense.

The political left is using this controversy to subvert or even eliminate a program to protect the American people from terrorism. The program is designed to follow and monitor foreign terrorists with U.S. connections.

That's why you find the Soros-funded "Free Press" organization launching a "Stop Spying on Us" Campaign. On Thursday, the far-left groups are holding a press conference and protest "against FBI and NSA spying." They include the Defending Dissent Foundation, CODEPINK, Washington Peace Center, and Bill of Rights Defense Committee.

Some of these groups constitute Obama's base. Their target is not really Obama but rather the CIA and the FBI. They want to destroy law enforcement and the intelligence community.

If they undermine this NSA program, the beneficiaries will be terrorists and foreign agents for China and Russia. That explains why China is protecting Snowden and Russian wants to give him a home.

I repeat: we need more surveillance of Marxist and Islamist groups in the U.S.

We may not get that under Obama, because the trail leads to the oval office, but we have to maintain the program in place when we finally have a president who will use it to target our enemies.

Don't let your hatred of Obama blind you to the utility of this NSA program. 

I take a back seat to no one when it comes to exposing Obama; we did so in 2008, with press conferences on his communist connections. Nobody did more than America's Survival to expose the foreign connections of this president.

But we must not castrate our intelligence community in order to claim a phony "victory" against Obama by making a hero out of a punk who betrayed the U.S. by leaking secrets to a far-left homosexual journalist named Glenn Greenwald.

Don't fall for the rhetoric from those "conservatives" and libertarians playing into the hands of the left.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net

For America's Survival,

Cliff Kincaid, President

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