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Who’s the Bigger Traitor? Hillary Clinton or Edward Snowden?

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FINALLY! Hillary’s “I did NOT have sex with that woman, NOT ONE TIME!” moment has arrived. Some day, we will be seeing this repeated on every historical flashback.  This video is what will do her in.

So, she broke the law…she kept her own server (against the law) and sent Top Secret documents over that server, which was also copied to some young couple in Colorado, who kept it in their bathroom closet. No doubt—there couldn’t have been a more unsecured server in the whole country— but she didn’t care.

Notice how she goes, “I turned IN that server!” Right. After she erased everything on it. And Hillary keeps pretending ignorance. Nooooooo…she couldn’t take a clothe and ‘wipe’ her server, are you crazy? But now, they’ve found out, all the cell phones that received Hillary’s messages are being …wiped clean.

State Department BlackBerry devices issued to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s aides Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin have likely been destroyed or sold off, the department said in a court filing on Wednesday.

As Rush Limbaugh has pointed out, years ago, and according to Rush, this is a fact, Hillary got a book about how to erase emails and how to avoid breaking the law when you do. If she didn’t read it…Bill did.

Hillary Clinton should go to jail. She was the Secretary of STATE for God’s sake. All foreign nations would have been trying to hack her for secrets, and it’s a 90 percent chance that they did, since China has hacked every branch of the U.S. Government so far. And yet…

She is running for President…with the blessings from both parties.

The point I want to get at here is that Hillary, despite the egregious crimes she has committed, (and this is only one in her vast repertoire)  ..is protected at all costs by our media. The state run media (And that includes FOX) is “Can she still stay in the race? CAN SHE COME BACK? Well it’s Hillary! How exciting!”

She is…above the law.

Now, consider Edward Snowden…remember him? He’s living in a very small apartment in Russia. My husband and I watched Citizen 4 tonight, and I admire him more than ever. The journalists from the Guardian, and Edward, were smart enough to document on film the whole episode of Edward running away. Give it a watch if you can.snowden two

Yes—our govenment, was FURIOUS at what he did. Because of Edward Snowden, the whole world knows the vast job that OUR government has been doing in secret, spending billions of our tax dollars, building a spy network all over the globe. There is no doubt in my mind that the man IS a hero.  Glenn Beck, called him a traitor, and he wasn’t the only one.

In the film you see that Edward Snowdon went out of his WAY to protect the information he had. If he collected it all, I’m sure it was because he knew what he was doing could cost his life and it was for his own protection. He wasn’t going to make any money off the deal, but everybody wants to live, including Edward.

What’s so sad, is that the trouble that these guys went through to let the world know what was happening, did not produce more results….but Rand Paul did get a little something—(Which our govenment will just do anyway.)

Already his leaks have led Congress to end the government’s bulk collection of telephone metadata and instead require the U.S. government to access such data from the telecom companies, which will be trusted with storing it.

Our national media made Edward Snowden out the be the biggest traitor since Benedict Arnold. But now YOU compare, Edward’s Snowden’s truth, with Hillary Clinton’s:

How are they going to save Hillary? I wouldn’t doubt if they don’t try to compare her to Edward Snowden, a man who GAVE our secrets to Russia and China. Hillary did not such thing!

First, he’s too smart. But…as I was looking around for a tape by Snowden I noticed this..video below: WHAT? Snowden thinks the U.S. is run by aleins?

Well then, I thought…he truly is a nut. We could only WISH. And then it hit me: This is OUR government’s misinformation…they are trying to smear him.

I noticed that there were no videos’ of Snowden saying that. What all the video’s SAY —-is that his ‘documents’ claim that. And it’s coming from Obama’s new best friends…

IRAN!

You have to love it…propaganda of misinformation being released in an Iranian newspaper to help Hillary Clinton.

So, message here is: Always remember…and trust your gut. On this day in 1962 in St. Louis, the temperature was 105. Global warming has always been around….and so has Hillary Clinton.

It’s time she bite the dust and we can get in a President that will bring Edward Snowden home, where he belongs. We could sure use him now, protecting us.

 

 

 

August 20, 2015 Posted by | Hillary, Uncategorized | , | 2 Comments

Who You Gonna Call? Edward or Barry?

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I finally got to watch the Brian Williams interview with Snowden tonight. I found him much more stable and confident than when he was running all over the world looking for a place to hide.

Still, while I’ve yet to hear any damage to any person (besides our big government officials) from any source, there are still people out there saying he is a traitor.

If you get a chance to see the whole interview, it’s worth it. To many, the proof that he is a traitor is that he ran. Anyone who has looked at the list of people who have worked for the Clinton’s who have died mysterious deaths (over 60) probably would not take chances with our government giving them a fair trial. After all, did they give the video guy a fair trial?

Like Edward said: They HAD the intelligence on 9/11 AND the Boston Bombers, and yet, they did nothing.

Obama said today, while he was giving himself another photo boost with the parents of the young soldier he ‘saved’ from Afghanistan, “America never leaves our soldiers behind.”

While you may think, like me, that is a big fat lie, it’s not. It’s true: America doesn’t leave her soldiers behind. But Obama does.

So, who you going to believe: Edward Snowden, or Barry? More importantly, who YOU gonna call when the NSA is spying on you?

call grandma

 

 

May 31, 2014 Posted by | NSA, Obama, Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

Two Whistleblowers: Two Different Times

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“This and no other is the root from which a tyrant springs.: When he first appears, he is a protector”–

                                                                                        —Plato, the Republic.

I was cleaning out some files this morning when I came upon this drawing. It was made by a young guitar player named Glenn Fink, in a hotel room, and if I remember correctly, we were  in Omaha, Nebraska. I was a drummer on the road with a group, and I do remember Glenn played just about the best Jeff Beck around, so we were best buddies. While I was watching the Nixon interview Glenn kept laughing at me, because then, just as now, I get real intense when I hear a politician talk nonsense. So..he  drew a quick sketch.img004

I had to laugh. I still have this same expression on my face whenever I’m watching Obama  on TV.

The picture also brought me back to the question of how Nixon was brought down…it was really by one man:   Daniel Ellsberg. Nixon was taken down by Watergate, and Watergate was all about Nixon’s ‘plumbers” looking for psychological dirt on Ellsberg because he had just leaked the Pentagon papers.

For those of you who are younger and don’t remember, basically the Pentagon papers revealed this:

From Wikipedia:

After serving in Vietnam, Ellsberg resumed working at RAND. In 1967, he contributed to a top-secret study of classified documents regarding the conduct of the Vietnam War that had been commissioned by Defense Secretary McNamara. These documents, completed in 1968, later became known collectively as the Pentagon Papers. It was because Ellsberg held an extremely high-level security clearance and desired to create a further synthesis from this research effort that he was one of very few individuals who had access to the complete set of documents.

In late 1969—with the assistance of his former RAND Corporation colleague Anthony Russo and the staff of Senator Edward Kennedy—Ellsberg secretly made several sets of photocopies of the classified documents to which he had access; these later became known as the Pentagon Papers. They revealed that the government had knowledge, early on, that the war could most likely not be won, and that continuing the war would lead to many times more casualties than was ever admitted publicly. Further, as an editor of the New York Times was to write much later, these documents “demonstrated, among other things, that the Johnson Administration had systematically lied, not only to the public but also to Congress, about a subject of transcendent national interest and significance”.

Yes, WE were being lied to…by three President no less.  See…it’s not the first time is it?vietnam

Daniel Ellsberg became an overnight hero, but unlike Snowden, he didn’t leave the country.

On June 28, 1971, two days before a Supreme Court ruling saying that a federal judge had ruled incorrectly about the right of the New York Times to publish the Pentagon Papers, Ellsberg publicly surrendered to the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts in Boston. In admitting to giving the documents to the press, Ellsberg said:

“I felt that as an American citizen, as a responsible citizen, I could no longer cooperate in concealing this information from the American public. I did this clearly at my own jeopardy and I am prepared to answer to all the consequences of this decision.

Now, fast forward to today–it’s much the same thing that Edward Snowden said, but Daniel Ellsberg had something Snowden did not have. At that time, the government couldn’t legally listen to your conversations, and Nixon was wiretapping him.

On May 9, further evidence of illegal wiretapping against Ellsberg was revealed in court. The FBI had recorded numerous conversations between Morton Halperin and Ellsberg without a court order, and furthermore the prosecution had failed to share this evidence with the defense. During the trial, Byrne (The judge in the case) also revealed that he personally met twice with John Ehrlichman, who offered him directorship of the FBI.

So, Daniel got off, Nixon quit, and many of his boys in the White House hood went to jail.Watergate

(Ahhhhhhhh, those were the good old days!)

Later on, Ellsberg claimed that Watergate Prosecutor William H. Merrill told him of an aborted plot by Liddy to kill him. In his autobiography, Liddy said it was an “Ellsberg neutralization proposal.” They were going to put LSD in his soup. And then, kill him, and let’s see…didn’t Obama just say he was REALLY good at killing people? So, in light of this knowledge,  many said that Snowden should have stayed here and gone on trial. But, does anyone think, that Snowdon would have gotten a fair trial?

Nobody Thinks that Snowden would have just ‘disappeared”  Remember, Obama has GIVEN himself the power  to  put anyone he deems a threat to the United States away forever, without a trial. While Daniel had a decent court system to protect him: Snowden does not.

I doubt seriously if China would have ‘protected’ him.

Putin, on the other hand, gained immensely from welcoming Snowden into Russia. Putin would protect Snowden–if only to rub it in Obama’s face that Russia, is superior…and that’s exactly what he did. Snowden is a bright shiny feather of an American pawn in Putin’s game.Putin

And IF your FIRST plan is to stay alive—-let’s just say that Nobody Thinks I might have made the same choice as Snowdon with Obama as President, being as he did sign the National Security Authorization Act, giving himself the power of judge, jury and executioner.  Nixon did NOT have that luxury.

Both these men, Ellsberg and Snowdon, in their time, have done the world a great service. It’s clear that both men, did what they did because of their own conscience and morality.

And Ellsburg recently, had more to say:

“Various things that were counted as unconstitutional then have been put in the president’s hands now. He’s become an elected monarch. Nixon’s slogan, “when the president does it, it’s not illegal,” is pretty much endorsed now. Meaning not only Obama but the people who come after him will have powers that no previous president had. Abilities on surveillance that no country in the history of the world has ever had.”

Hey, makes perfect sense to me. See the rest of his interview where he enlightens us about the Manning arrests here:Obama NDAA

By the rights of our Constitution, we have a right to know what our government is doing, and let’s hope more whistleblowers come out…

Common Core, Obama’s new educational tool for America, is teaching our children that you must NEVER disobey the government.

Tyranny—-is just a whisper away, I’ll be listening for the whistlers.

November 7, 2013 Posted by | NSA, Obama, Spy technology, tyranny, Uncategorized | , , , , | 3 Comments

Edward Snowden—Patriot.

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“The total influence – economic, political, even spiritual – is felt in every city, every state house, every office of the federal government,” the outgoing Republican president said. “We must be alert to the … danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific technological elite.”

      —-Dwight D. Eisenhower

Edward Snowden…must have had great parents. We found out today that a young 29-year- old NSA agent was the whistleblower of all whistleblowers.

He told the world, that the American government was spying on us all, and keeping it secret. Edward was very smart to come out and show his face, because if he dies mysteriously, we will all know who did it. Dianne Feinstein wants him prosecuted. And I’m sure if we could read HER emails, that’s just the beginning.

Yes, we are all being watched. It costs them $80 billion dollars a year, but hey! They are trying to keep us safe!

That’s why we have open borders…to keep us safe.kris 29

I was telling a woman at a gathering today, that I had always been suspicious of someone watching me…not because I consider myself of any threat to the United States, but because I looked up at the drone above my head in 2007, and was positive that my picture was taken by that drone, along with the rest of the people there at that first tea party gathering in St. Louis.

The drone made at least five passes over the crowd.

I don’t think they were looking for Muslims.

And a few weeks ago, I was finishing a blog piece, not yet published, and I stopped to look at my words, and RIGHT before my eyes, the whole last paragraph disappeared. Either Bill Gates puts a, “You were too mean in that paragraph, can’t print that.” in his Windows Seven, (or was it Google?) or somebody was watching me type in real time, and didn’t like what I was going to post…so they just erased it.

I swear to God this happened to me. My mouth dropped open and a, “Bust my biscuits and call me a buttercup!” expresstion came out of my mouth.

Anyway, the woman at the party thinks that I’m a complete nutcase. I think she’s probably doesn’t read much. What else can I think?

And that’s the problem, too many people don’t give much thought to the Constitution and how it effects their daily lives. A politician comes on the TV and tells them don’t worry, be happy—- it’s for their own protection, that every single word they have ever written, every single email, every website, every purchase, every picture, every video…is being gathered for their own protection, and that’s okay with them. They have their daily routines. And as long as their daily routine goes on, they really don’t care.Kris 76

Unless they are arrested, or it affects their life, they really don’t give a damn. And that’s the honest truth of the matter. So those of us that DO care, are looked upon as conspiracy nuts.  It’s right in front of their face and they still think..well..so what has that got to do with anything anyway?

McDonalds is still open. We can’t buy Twinkies anymore, but Little Debbie is still out there. You could say, we have reached a tipping point in intelligence in this country.

But not with Edward Snowden. Edward did the right thing. It’s about time the American people knew.

“Oh, but we won’t EVER go over your stuff, we are just collecting it for the future.”

I paid careful attention last week to who played this down: Guess what? On the 5 o’clock program, THE FIVE on Fox, the ONLY one who complained was the Democrat. Bush’s x-press secretary, Dana Perino, was fine with it.

Rush Limbaugh was outraged. But Mitt Romney would not say a word. Lindsey Graham is all for it. Pay attention to who shrugs it off: Because they are not for the American people.

Drudge was all over this today:

Noting that he enjoys a relatively comfortable life — a stable career, a girlfriend with whom he lived in Hawaii, a close relationship with family — Snowden said he is “willing to sacrifice all of that because I can’t in good conscience allow the U.S. government to destroy privacy, internet freedom and basic liberties for people around the world with this massive surveillance machine they’re secretly building.”

And he’s right. If they have been keeping this a secret since 2000 (and probably before) what ELSE don’t the American people know?

We can never trust them again.

I remember years ago, reading in the Library that in the future America would become a ‘service’ economy, and America would go from the industrial to the Knowledge era.

Knowledge would be the new economy.

Thanks to Edward Snowden, I finally know what that means. Just imagine what you could do with all…that…knowledge.

Edward Snowden did…and now he’s telling the world. And I would like to personally thank his parents.

They did a GREAT job.

June 9, 2013 Posted by | Constitution, corruption, Uncategorized | , , , , , | 2 Comments

   

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