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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Bush had NSA spy on Dr. Michael Savage

Blast from the past cartoon.

Damned George Bush

  • 1984  -  The village idiot Bush had no interest in protecting us from Muslim terrorism. He spent his time doing unconstitutional spying on Donald Trump, Dr. Michael Savage and average Americans.

(World Net Daily)  -  Talk-radio host Michael Savage is among the public figures who were under surveillance by the National Security Agency as part of its “Project Dragnet,” according to a database revealed by an agency whistleblower.
Jerome Corsi, an investigative reporter for Infowars.com, told Savage on “The Savage Nation” radio show Monday that one of Savage’s email addresses was discovered in the database.
Infowars.com said the database has evidence of spying on U.S. citizens from 2004 to 2010, but Corsi told Savage there is no indication the surveillance has stopped.
It shows Donald J. Trump and Infowars founder Alex Jones also were under illegal, unauthorized government monitoring during those years.
Infowars.com obtained sections of the database from Michael Zullo, formerly the chief investigator of the Cold Case Posse, a special investigative unit in the office of Joseph Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona.
Project Dragnet was first revealed by news reports in 2005 and further documented by the revelations of whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013.
Corsi told Savage he discovered the database included some 50 entries for Donald Trump and his businesses and family members.
“They were all over Donald Trump starting in 2004, when the database starts,” he said.
Corsi said, regarding Savage, that he found two “solid hits” in the database in 2004 and 2005, which was during the time of the George W. Bush administration.
“Anybody who was prominent at that point, the NSA was going after to collect data. And it was not necessarily at the direction of George W. Bush. They were doing it on their own initiative,” Corsi told Savage.
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Dr. Michael Savage
Yet another victim of unconstitutional spying
by Republicans.

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