The Feinstein Syndrome

| March 12, 2014


Commentary by Norman Solomon | ZCommunications | Click HERE to read article In her blockbuster Tuesday speech on the Senate floor, Feinstein charged that the CIA’s intrusions on her committee’s computers quite possibly “violated the Fourth Amendment.” You know, that’s the precious amendment that Feinstein — more than any other senator — has powerfully treated like dirt, worthy only of sweeping under the congressional rug. See also: *Sen. Feinstein “Hypocritical” For Blasting CIA For Spying* | NSA Whistleblower William Binney says Sen.


Commentary by Norman Solomon | ZCommunications | Click HERE to read article

In her blockbuster Tuesday speech on the Senate floor, Feinstein charged that the CIA’s intrusions on her committee’s computers quite possibly “violated the Fourth Amendment.” You know, that’s the precious amendment that Feinstein — more than any other senator — has powerfully treated like dirt, worthy only of sweeping under the congressional rug.

See also: *Sen. Feinstein “Hypocritical” For Blasting CIA For Spying* | NSA Whistleblower William Binney says Sen. Feinstein is hypocritical for supporting spying under the Obama administration but only speaking out after her committee is spied on | The Real News

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