Having already successfully stolen HUNDREDS OF BILLIONS OF DOLLARS in tax money by illegally funneling highly lucrative government contracts to her husbands firm, Dianne Feinstein is in the unique position to be able to buy pretty much anyone or thing that her perverted black little heart desires. While the average nominally rational individual might be tempted to think that such a situation would be enough to satisfy Feinstein appetite, her actions make it crystal clear that such simply isn’t the case.
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) predicted Sunday that lawmakers who favored shutting down the bulk collection of telephone metadata would not be successful in their efforts as Congress weighs potential reforms to the nation’s controversial intelligence programs.
“I don’t believe so,” Feinstein said during an appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “The president has very clearly said that he wants to keep the capability… So I think we would agree with him. I know a dominant majority of the — everybody, virtually, except two or three, on the Senate Intelligence Committee would agree with that.”
On Friday, the president announced a series of modest reforms to the top-secret surveillance programs, including a new requirement mandating intelligence agencies obtain judicial approval before reviewing databases of information about telephone calls.
He also ordered members of his administration to figure out a way to end the federal collection of the phone records, with the data instead likely to be held by telephone companies or a third party.
Feinstein conceded that requirement could prove “a very difficult thing” to work out logistically, because without a centralized database, the efficacy of searches could be eroded.
“Because the whole purpose of this program is to provide instantaneous information, to be able to disrupt any plot that may be taking place,” Feinstein said.
The California lawmaker added that the government’s collection of data was similar to that done by private companies, and said critics of the program underestimated the potential risks of handicapping American intelligence operations.
“A lot of the privacy people, perhaps, don’t understand that we still occupy the role of the Great Satan. New bombs are being devised. New terrorists are emerging, new groups, actually, a new level of viciousness,” Feinstein said. “We need to be prepared. I think we need to do it in a way that respects people’s privacy rights.”
Feinstein makes it pretty damned clear that what she want’s is a 1950’s Stasi controlled East German Police State to exist here in America, probably because it’s the only way to ensure that she is never prosecuted for her mendacious and criminal behavior as a United States Senator.