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In case you were wondering how Obama does it, well this is certainly one of the dots to connect.

In 2010, the Chief of Security at Facebook went to the NSA. Think that’s a coincidence?

As the New York Times reported:

When Max Kelly, the chief security officer for Facebook, left the social media company in 2010, he did not go to Google, Twitter or a similar Silicon Valley concern. Instead the man who was responsible for protecting the personal information of Facebook’s more than one billion users from outside attacks went to work for another giant institution that manages and analyzes large pools of data: the National Security Agency.

Recall that Facebook founder Zuckerberg couldn’t believe that we would allow him so much access to our data?

Note that Obama minions are a revolving door of media types, the latest exodus sending Axelrod to MSNBC.

For Conservatives who want a safe landing zone, you need to get set up at TeaPartyCommunity.com. We will never work at the NSA, the CIA, or any other “A”, because we are freedom-loving Americans over there!

 
 
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  • Thomas Albert

    Abolish the heinous NSA and CIA. Both criminal organizations.

  • http://mczwzthinks.blogspot.com/ MCzwz

    This news came out originally in 2010. For this reason alone ALL conservatives should have canceled their Facebook accounts immediately . . . when, added to the application’s own egregious behaviors in the past few years (canceling/restricting
    conservative speech, taking down personal and family posts and pictures under some “secret” criteria of “inappropriate, “losing” member data, etc) this application should long ago have lost the greater portion of subscribers.

    I hope this recognition of the true intent of this “app” is recognized and spread farther and wider and subscribers become fewer and fewer.