Late on Friday night Democrat Joe Biden released an Executive Order that is leaving many people wondering about his motivation.
Of course, the uni party and the lapdog media are saying that the reason for this drastic measure is for some ‘important reason’.. like protecting data transfers-but why does it feel like that may be a cover?
Biden’s political opponents, like those who support President Donald J. Trump, have been taking a battering the last few months from Biden’s violent rhetoric and speeches against us and our preferences for America First policy over his pro-CCP policies.
And now Biden has done something that is likely to leave American voters frightened for their privacy and perhaps even their safety.
What was uncovered on Twitter about Biden rescinding the rights of Americans- is going to scare the heck out of a lot of people.
Knowing about the shooting death of Ashli Babbitt at the US Capitol, the brazen attacks on average Americans on Jan. 6th 2021, the conditions under which the political prisoners and supporters of President Donald J. Trump have been held for almost 2 years, AND after watching Biden escalate the politicization of the FBI and the DOJ against his opponents, this latest move seems frightening- especially ahead of the November mid-terms which are anticipated to be a massive rebuke against Biden and the Democrats- for all of these actions.
Consider this, Biden revoked protections that Obama said he was putting in place- when spying upon Americans:
“National Security Memorandum on Partial Revocation of Presidential Policy Directive 28 | The White House,” Eric Cohen, Former Chair of the DOD posted.
Choen posted a link to an archived posting from the Obama era, that stated in part:
“The United States, like other nations, has gathered intelligence throughout its history to ensure that national security and foreign policy decision-makers have access to timely, accurate, and insightful information.
The collection of signals intelligence is necessary for the United States to advance its national security and foreign policy interests and to protect its citizens and the citizens of its allies and partners from harm. At the same time, signals intelligence activities and the possibility that such activities may be improperly disclosed to the public pose multiple risks.
These include risks to: our relationships with other nations, including the cooperation we receive from other nations on law enforcement, counterterrorism, and other issues; our commercial, economic, and financial interests, including a potential loss of international trust in U.S. firms and the decreased willingness of other nations to participate in international data sharing, privacy, and regulatory regimes; the credibility of our commitment to an open, interoperable, and secure global Internet; and the protection of intelligence sources and methods. “
From the Press Briefing on the executive order:
“By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Purpose. The United States collects signals intelligence so that its national security decision-makers have access to the timely, accurate, and insightful information necessary to advance the national security interests of the United States and to protect its citizens and the citizens of its allies and partners from harm. Signals intelligence capabilities are a major reason we have been able to adapt to a dynamic and challenging security environment, and the United States must preserve and continue to develop robust and technologically advanced signals intelligence capabilities to protect our security and that of our allies and partners.
At the same time, the United States recognizes that signals intelligence activities must take into account that all persons should be treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their nationality or wherever they might reside, and that all persons have legitimate privacy interests in the handling of their personal information. Therefore, this order establishes safeguards for such signals intelligence activities.”
The responses were chilling:
Attorney WIll Chamberlain posted a question about the rights of the surveilled, and another poster responded that it was worse than that, even.
Posters dove into the meaning and pulled out some interesting points of interest:
Many Americans are going to determine that all the ‘signal’ they need to know about is that this administration and whoever is backing it, is not doing anything to protect us- they may in fact be doing things to destroy us and our rights.