As I wrote earlier this week concerning the missing IRS e-mails, Craig Andresen…my RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS partner…and I both believe they went missing because they show Barack HUSSEIN Obama to be the one who ordered Lois Lerner to award 501(c)(3) status to known terrorist front groups, including to Da’wa, where his brother, Malik Obama, was its secretary at the time the status was given. But this affront is just the beginning of how deep the missing e-mail trail might go.
As Craig presented on Wednesday in part 1 (http://www.thenationalpatriot.com/2014/06/24/is-the-key-to-the-irs-scandal-hiding-in-russia-part-1/) of our 3-part investigative series it’s our belief that Edward Snowden…the man who blew the whistle on the NSA spying on ‘We the People’ by bringing to light an eavesdropping operation that included the phone metadata program; the NSA questioning and tapping into internet communications through companies like Google and Facebook; and with the widespread tapping of international communication networks…that this very man just might hold the key to the missing e-mails. A key that includes his being able to either retrieve them or that he might actually be in possession of them…a scenario that is more likely.
And now word has been circulating through cyberspace that Edward Snowden wants to come home to America but can’t for once he sets foot on American soil the DOJ has said he will be arrested under the Espionage Act of 1917.
Simply, the Espionage Act of 1917 (ch. 30, tit. I § 3, 40 Stat. 217, 219), and an amendment to it known as the Sedition Act, was Woodrow Wilson’s response to World War I’s so-called “warfare by propaganda” and had parts to it that infringed upon freedom of speech. The parts dealing with espionage contained standard clauses criminalizing “obtaining information respecting the national defense with intent or reason to believe that the information to be obtained is to be used to the injury of the United States” and it deems a criminal anyone who, “when the United States is at war, shall willfully make or convey false reports or false statements with intent to interfere with the operation or success of the military or naval forces of the United States or to promote the success of its enemies and whoever when the United States is at war…”
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Remember, the U.S. was at war…and still is…when Snowden became a whistleblower, and that the feds still claim that what Snowden divulged in regards to the NSA ‘supposedly’ spying on American citizens is simply NOT true, and that by doing what he did he jeopardized national security.
And while these charges against Snowden…in our opinion…are totally without basis as the NSA did indeed spy on ‘We the People’ and continues to do so, we believe the only tangible threat to America’s national security comes from Obama himself along with his administration and NOT from the man being charged in absentia.
So while it’s Craig’s and my belief that charging Snowden with spying as per the Espionage Act is ludicrous at best, what’s even more ludicrous is the feds adding “aiding and abetting” the enemy to the original charges, as Snowden did NO such thing. What Snowden did was inform ‘We the People, about the illegal activities this administration, courtesy of the NSA, had done and continues to do. And how can what he did be considered espionage for if anyone had been spying and garnering information for an enemy logic would dictate that he would have ‘sold’ what he found to whomever he was spying for, and Eric Snowden did NO such thing.
Edward Snowden was a whistleblower and NOTHING more nor NOTHING less…a whistleblower who exposed illegal goings on in one branch of this corrupt Obama administration…in an administration that has NO respect for our nation’s rule of law…has NO respect for the U.S. Constitution. And for that matter, the highest court in our land…the U.S. Supreme Court…NEVER ruled on the constitutionality or lack thereof of the Espionage Act of 1917 as it currently applies or does NOT apply to whisleblowers. So until they do, the Espionage Act as it now stands actually violates the First Amendment rights of those exposing corrupt acts done by our federal government.
So while the DOJ claims Snowden would be arrested if he ever returned to the U.S. said arrest itself would be questionable for without a SCOTUS ruling on whistleblowers the DOJ themselves could be breaking the law by the very act of arresting him…especially arresting him under the Espionage Act of 1917. And while some are calling for Snowden to be given immunity from prosecution what is NOT understood is that for one to be given immunity under our existing laws one has to be either a witness…which Snowden is NOT as he is the one being charged…or one has to a person who has committed and is being charged with said minor crime in order to entice that person to testify against someone who has committed a more grievous crime…like murder or kidnapping. And since Snowden did neither, giving him immunity from prosecution technically does NOT apply in his case.
However, there are a few ways that Snowden could return home and NOT be arrested, and that is by either offering him a plea bargain, granting him clemency, or giving him a presidential pardon under Article II, Section 2, Clause 1 of the Constitution for what is believed to be Snowden’s offenses against the United States. But the question is why would the feds want to do any of that when it’s the federal government’s wrongdoings that Snowden has exposed and could expose even more of.
Why…because by doing so would be in the feds best interest as any deal secured for Snowden NOT to be prosecuted would surely require him to answer questions that the feds really need answers to…questions like what is the full extent of the information he was able to obtain; how was he able to do what he did when he did NOT possess certain security clearances needed to do so; how could future systems be made more secure; and what else does he know that he has NOT yet divulged…especially any information he may have on other federal agencies besides the NSA. And most importantly of all…does he have anything on the IRS and the missing e-mails that can be traced directly back to Barack HUSSEIN Obama.
Craig and I both believe he does for simple common sense assures that Edward Snowden must have known that if all was NOT right with the NSA things had to be NOT right in other federal agencies as well. And smart man that he is, you have to know that Eric Snowden would find a way to garner that information…incriminating information…that he is waiting for just the right time to release.
Remember, if Snowden has more information…and some believe he might be in possession of up to 1.5 million YES million documents…in that information could be proof positive that the Obama government NOT only broke the law under the Fourth Amendment (which prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and requires any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause) by spying on American citizens who posed NO threat whatsoever to national security, but information that could also directly tie Barack HUSSEIN Obama into the act of “aiding and abetting” the enemy during a time of war.
So if I was the feds I would tread very carefully with Edward Snowden…a man who should be hailed a hero…for without his disclosures we would still NOT know the extent of the grievous abuses of power our federal government is perpetrating against ‘We the People.’ And if I was the feds I would stop threatening to arrest him because what Snowdon might possibly be in possession of…in addition to the fact that Lois Lerner herself granted 501(c)(3) status to terrorist supporting groups… could very well be the final key that unlocks the door into bringing this whole damn corrupt Obama government down.
In Monday’s part 3 of our 3-part investigative report on the IRS scandal, Craig and I will tie up the so-called missing links…links that are NOT really missing per se, but are links that Obama and crew do NOT under any circumstances want the American people to know about.