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    Senator Dianne Feinstein Doesn't Like Her Own Medicine: Being Spied On

     
    Dianne Feinstein revealed that the CIA was poking its nose in Congressional computers. Outraged, Dianne Feinstein says that the actions of the CIA were in violation of the 4th Amendment to the Constitution. Yet, she is in favor of violating that same protected right of all Americans under the guise of "keeping us safe."

    Can any one smell hypocrisy? Rep. Amash called Dianne Feinstein a hypocrite, and you know what? Her outrage is hypocritical and conducive to the problem that persists in American government, in addition to the huge mistrust of Congress and the American people.

    But here's some questions for Dianne Feinstein:

    Where is your outrage when the government(NSA/CIA) openly violate the Constitution in spying on the American public?

    Where is your outrage when governments in Connecticut, New York, California make laws to disarm law abiding American citizens?

    Where is your outrage when President Obama writes executives orders in open violation of the Constitution?

    Where is your outrage when the Federal government selectively enforces the law when it should be enforcing *all* laws?

    Where is your outrage when an American flag is deemed offensive in an American classroom or school?

    Suddenly, now, you're staring down at the floor.

    Sources:

    http://www.thedailysheeple.com/sen-amash-to-feinstein-hypocrites-like-you-are-why-the-public-doesnt-trust-congress_032014

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/feinstein-cia-searched-intelligence-committee-computers/2014/03/11/982cbc2c-a923-11e3-8599-ce7295b6851c_story.html

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