[ASI] The Loony Left's Anti-NSA Campaign

October 27th, 2013 at 8:13 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America's Survival:

I like the Tea Party, but Tea Party Republican Rep. Justin Amash is collaborating with the far-left in his campaign against the NSA.  I have exclusive video of Amash giving a speech before the likes of Code Pink, the Lyndon LaRouche movement, and various other assorted loony left kooks.

Why doesn't Amash seek to expose the activities of the Russian and Chinese intelligence services? Does he want to unilaterally disarm the United States?

This was a rally in support of criminal leaker and document thief Edward Snowden, the former NSA contractor. Snowden is a libertarian who fled to China and then Moscow. He qualifies as an agent of influence for the Kremlin.

Why would a "conservative" associate with such anti-American rabble?

Watch the video here:

Fellow Traveler Rep. Amash Joins the Far-left at Anti-NSA Rally

I also interviewed a close associate of Edward Snowden who attempts to explain why Snowden fled to China and Moscow. She was not convincing. Watch that video here.

This rally was organized by a Soros-supported group, the so-called "Free Press."

She attempts to assure me that Moscow doesn't control Snowden. Nonsense.

At this rally, they read a message from Snowden, in which he praises American democracy -- from Moscow! Can you believe the hypocrisy?

Why didn't Snowden flee to some "neutral" country, if he truly wanted to blow the whistle?

Anybody with a brain understands that Snowden is an enemy agent.

For important background on this case, please read:

Analyst Trevor Loudon Says Anti-NSA Campaign Benefits America's Enemies

Also read:

Defector Describes Russia's Handling of NSA Leaker Snowden

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net

For America's Survival,

Cliff Kincaid, President

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