Congress Sells Out American People Again, Reaches Deal To Extend Patriot Act Four More Years

Friday, May 20, 2011
By Paul Martin

The Intel Hub
Alex Thomas
May 19th, 2011

Congress, unfazed by their worst approval rating in history, has just reached a deal to extend the Patriot Act four more years.

Key provisions to this unconstitutional attack on America were set to expire on May 27th. The provisions that were set to expire included roving wiretaps and the surveillance of so called lone wolf terrorists.

“Sens. Reid and McConnell have introduced a clean, four-year extension of the Patriot Act, one of the critical tools the intelligence community has to keep America safe. The Senate will consider this legislation next week,” said Michael Brumas, a McConnell spokesman, Politico reported.

This extension has once again been rammed down the America peoples throats without so much as a committee debate.

The Patriot Act, a bill that was promised to never be used against the American people, has been used countless times against innocent civilians. One of the more prominent cases of the Patriot Act being used directly against American citizens was the case of former CIA asset Susan Lindauer.

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