U.S. Senate Votes Against Freedom in the USA (Again)
The U.S. Senate yesterday voted against a motion to allow a vote on the USA Freedom Act, which proposed to end NSA/CIA spying on American citizens who are in no way suspected of being criminals or terrorists. “CIA and NSA surveillance continues unfettered,” announced a UPI headline. Yay! The senators cited “growing terrorist threats” as their reason for voting against American freedom this time.
What could be more American these days than the U.S. Senate voting AGAINST something called the “USA Freedom Act”?