|reply to biochemistry |
Re: Who said what?
said by biochemistry:Attny Genl Holder signed the new rules in to effect. It appears only 3 people were against it. Mary Ellen Callahan, chief privacy officer of the Department of Homeland Security. Department of Justice, Chief Privacy Officer Nancy Libin. Margo Schlanger, who headed the 100-person Homeland Security office for civil rights and civil liberties. In other words, 3 women without any power at all were against it. The rest of the admin was for it. This year, Ms. Callahan left Homeland Security for private practice, and Ms. Libin left the Justice Department to join a private firm.
I would be highly interested in knowing which members of the regime were in favor of it and which members were not so we know who is guilty of treason and violating their oath to uphold the Constitution.
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|reply to FFH |
LOL chief privacy officer says its a bad idea they do it any way
why even have a chief privacy officer >.>
then the DoJ says its a bad idea still do it lol
so much for checks and balances