Tuesday, August 13, 2013

White House appoints Intelligence Director who lied under oath about NSA to investigate his own spying program

 Steve Watson
August 13, 2013

A newly released opinion poll reveals that only 11% of Americans believe that the president will act upon a promise last week to scale back and provide more transparency on the surveillance programs operated by the NSA.

The survey by Rasmussen found that the vast majority of Americans simply do not believe a word Obama says when it comes to domestic spying. Out of 1000 respondents, only 11% said they believed that the president’s pledges would make it less likely that the NSA will monitor Americans’ communications.

Indeed, 30% of respondents noted that they believe it is now MORE likely that the spy agency will monitor their phone calls and emails.

Most respondents, 49%, said that they believed nothing will change, despite the President’s promises.

Article continues at infowars.com

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