Senate and House Intelligence Committees Defend Destruction of Constitution
You’re more likely to die from malignant neoplasms than terrorism
December 1, 2013
The Senate and House Intelligence committees believe revelations about the NSA are more damaging to the United States than the ongoing dismantlement of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
“I think terror is up worldwide,” said Senate Intelligence Committee boss Dianne Feinstein. “There are new bombs, very big bombs, trucks being reinforced for those bombs. There are bombs that go through magnetometers. The bomb-maker is still alive. There are more groups than ever. And there is huge malevolence out there.”
You’re far more likely to die from heart disease, cancer, malignant neoplasms, diabetes, liver disease, etc. than at the hands of some al-Qaeda inspired jihadist.
Last July, the State Department calculated that 17 Americans had died worldwide as a result of terrorism. In 2011, 155 Americans died as a result of encounters with police officers. But Feinstein is not worried about that. She’s worried that people will petition the government and demand the NSA and the Stasi police state grid be outlawed.