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Debunking Popular Myths About Nazi War Profiteering With David De Jong

History Unplugged Podcast

02:09 min | Last month

Debunking Popular Myths About Nazi War Profiteering With David De Jong

"Well, a lot of what book tried to do is debunk popular myths and I consider myself a person with common knowledge about Nazi war profiteering. As I mentioned at the top of our discussion that I know bits and pieces about it, as you mentioned, the use of slave labor and factories. I suppose we should first discuss common knowledge about Nazi war profiteering. What would an average person think when they're asked how the Nazis enrich themselves during World War II? And how would you say that this common knowledge is perhaps accurate, but you can tell that it's missing the larger picture. I mean, I mean, when you talk about Nazi, I mean, I guess it's we're talking about are we talking about, you know, I guess the first popular myth to debunk, you know, when you talk about Nazis, so profiteering, we're talking about are we talking about people, Germans who were members of the NSA at bay, you know, the Nazi Party or are we talking about did not see top Carter, you know, like the high ranking officials in the party who enrich themselves. I think, you know, once Hitler seized power in January 1933, the laws that came that came into the laws that were codified and that cemented laws against anti semitic laws, laws against Jews or laws of disenfranchised Jews and others, it was at this point that enabled German businessmen, I mean, there were exclusively old men. We can say to initiate two aryanized as it was called assets. And that meant that they could buy companies on the for a very low price because the owners the Jewish owners were put under so much pressure that they were forced to sell their businesses or their land or their houses or their order or their art or to jewelry and that really came into effect. I mean, Germans from a Jewish background already started being fired from executive ports and supervisory boards from 1933, 1934.

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Unfiltered With Dan Bongino: Are You Being Spied On?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:51 sec | Last month

Unfiltered With Dan Bongino: Are You Being Spied On?

"Show tomorrow on Fox unfiltered 9 p.m. Eastern Time Are you being spied on That's the question we're gonna ask him by who it may not be who you think You know you see all the movies and you see you assume with the spygate story and the Hillary Clinton stuff breaking today That it's all about the FBI and the NSA and metadata But I've got a monologue in the beginning of the show that it's some agency You might not have been aware of And the private sector too It's pretty strong monologue been working on it I got the great one Mark Levin on the show too who just destroys the Biden administration So don't miss that And I've got to survivalist coming on the show What do you think of that Jim To answer some questions like hey listen what if things break really bad Like you have any tips for us so that you don't miss the show unfiltered set your DVR tomorrow Saturday 9

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Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | Last month

Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

"Now there's a double whammy here because in the beginning, it would be big enough challenge for legacy national security architectures like the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, to suddenly switch targets and say, okay, it's not the Soviet Union, but we have to deal with cultural marxists who are American in America trying to undermine America. That would be hard enough because that's like trying to get a, you know, an ocean liner to become a catamaran. But then there's the double difficulty when these institutions are captured by those self same neo Marxist next gen leftists, clearly, or at least when people like Mark milley or Christopher at the FBI parrot, the verbiage for people. Correct. And this is going to sound almost too personal, but I mean, so I'm going to say it anyway. There are two stupid to know the difference. They are so intellectually unpack that. That's really important. That's really important. And you have to know enough to be able to ask the question. And so when you choke down wholesale, the garbage put out by the 1619 Project. That white rage in America is founded on racism. And so the starting point is, yes, that's the starting point. Matt, well, what are you talking about? What does the foundation for what you're let me unwind your argument and really prove or disprove? And when you have Howard zinn of all people and his history book is probably the de facto go to history book in three quarters of the country's high school. The people's history, the Marxist lensed people's history of America. So that's your starting point. And you've brainwashed these people into believing, oh, I'll give you another great example. This is very superficial, but it's impactful. Since when are Republicans read that a vest is a bugbear for me. So let's unpack that. If you go back to Reagan's landslide victory and you look at all the news reporting, you show that they show the entire country blue, except for Wisconsin. I think it's Wisconsin. Yeah. Which is red because mondale wins his home state. But the red is always the color of the left. Every country of the globe.

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Kash Patel's High-Level Takeaways of the Durham Report

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Kash Patel's High-Level Takeaways of the Durham Report

"No one really no one knows more about this than you do Can you explain to us yesterday after your reading of the Durham filing Some high level takeaways I mean just a couple of things I thought and I'll turn it over to you is they can't they clearly can't control the narrative anymore It's based on lawyer the legal filing yesterday by sussman's campaign who was like hey don't put this out there You're going to prejudice the jury whatever Clearly they can't control the narrative And I think you would Hillary potentially positioning another run This was hugely damaging information about the servers and the DNS data Oh I couldn't agree with you more And two of the things that stuck out with me again and I know I know you know this scenario But let's just hit pause for a second The Hillary Clinton campaign paid to spy on The White House compound of a sitting president an opponent that defeated her It was duly elected Not just the Oval Office the National Security Council the national economic council the trade council and the office of the vice president and the entire 17 acre of military compound that is The White House Dan you can not make up that kind of fiction And the second point that I think is as pressing is how they did it You would think they would have to have some sort of covert hacking scheme in place No per Durham's pleading quote unquote they have reached a sensitive agreement to gain access to the service That means someone in the intelligence community the NSA gave them a contract to have this access That means someone in the Trump administration's NFA gave the Clinton campaign the contract paid them to get this access That's

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How They Spied on the Trump White House With Kash Patel

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | 4 months ago

How They Spied on the Trump White House With Kash Patel

"Have my TS clearance. I'm sure you do. So there are certain limitations on what we can see in public. But two things you discussed in others have talked about the CIA's targeting Dan discussed yesterday the CIA targeting of president Trump and his colleagues, which would be illegal. It's a U.S. citizen on U.S. soil. I was told when I was in The White House by a former CIA station chief that there was a group of four contractors civilian contractors to the NSA who were targeted who had told to target me, Steve Bannon and others. Are either of those things on the right track? What have you heard? What can you talk about? I haven't heard about that specifically, but Seth, you know, we do still have our clearances, but the one advantage of now being out of government and not having access to the intelligence that John Durham is talking about is we can say based on experience what we think happened as you and I know that probably means that's what happened. The fact that they obtained an operation to get a contract with the intelligence community is one also unheard of to gain access to a White House. And you know why they did it to them. They could have tried to go in and hack it like they did with the other operations they were running. But they knew that someday they might get caught. So what they wanted to be able to do was come out and say, oh, it's above board. We got a government contract from the intelligence community to allow us to spy on president Trump. So that's okay. So now we're good. And that's exactly what Don Durham is calling them out for. Right.

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Sara Carter: Some Sources Suspected Spying Back in 2019

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Sara Carter: Some Sources Suspected Spying Back in 2019

"And you know there's this small circle of us who followed this case very closely You John Solomon Greg Jarrett you know Jeff Carlson You know I can think of a cash was one of the investigators and forgive me if I'm leaving anyone else not intentional I mean Mark Levin who broke the story originally about the fisa born in many respects into the mainstream But this was new Sarah this allegation here that the Clinton team gained access to DNS or web search data from Trump Tower the Trump residents and possibly the Trump White House We know V White House but possibly the Trump White House did you know anything about this because cash didn't and I didn't which says to me there's a source talking to dorm right now There are sources talking to Dora I'm going to tell you what I've wanted to say for a long time There is there are sources that contended and I going way back to 2019 I had to go through all of my notes and all of the folks that I talked with Dan because as you know we had so much information coming our way and you had to sift through it to make sure was this verified Is this accurate How do you know this I know you did that I know why I did that every time we came forward with something or every time we talked about something we had to verify it through multiple sources Back in 2019 I had been told that there were people within our government people within the NSA and people that were connected to it That had suspicions that there was traffic being monitored coming out of Trump Tower I didn't know about The White House Trump

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Ric Grenell: Intel Agencies Had to Know Trump Was Being Spied On

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Ric Grenell: Intel Agencies Had to Know Trump Was Being Spied On

"I don't think they are ever going to change But I do think it's important For other platforms to call them out because otherwise they get listen they live in their own bubble They live in their own reality every now and then we have to puncture it I'll give you an example The Washington Post yesterday this guy Philip bump who's everything his name says he is he's a bump in the road This guy full of bump goes on and on and on how this isn't the same It's not a big deal Then it's followed up today The New York Times Rick grinnell The New York Times covered up the Holocaust The New York Times covered up 1932 when style was starving the Ukrainians To your point can we expect any better No We can expect better but you know what we can do is we can have our own media Cover this with intensity And really embarrass these individuals I mean so many people want Pulitzer off what we now know is phony fake news They should give these pulitzers back if they had any assemblance of trying to work for their industry and make what journalism used to be returned But instead we have people literally working for the ruling party I have to say Mark if you would have told me that the Democrats and all of their partisans were spying on the Trump campaign and the Trump White House I would have said oh come on There's no possible way that the intelligence agencies would allow that to happen But I believe it wasn't done without the knowledge of the intelligence agencies The CIA the NSA absolutely had to know that The White House was being spied upon And if they didn't know that's worse

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Lawmakers Allege CIA Is Spying on Unwitting Americans

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Lawmakers Allege CIA Is Spying on Unwitting Americans

"24 hours senators, CIA has a secret program that collects American data. This should not surprise you, by the way, at all. Even though the Central Intelligence Agency is forbidden by its charter to actually do work domestically. It should not surprise you the CIA is breaking the law and doing it anyway. Quote, the CIA has a secret undisclosed data repository that includes information collected about Americans. Two Democrats on the sent intelligence committee said. While neither the agency nor lawmakers would disclose specifics about the data, the senators alleged the CIA has long hidden details about the program from the public in Congress. Ron wyden of Oregon and Martin Heinrich of New Mexico sent a letter to top intelligence officials, calling for more details about the program to be declassified. Large parts of the letter, which was set in April of 2021 and declassified Thursday, documents released by the CIA were blacked out. Widen in Heinrich, said the program operated quote outside the statutory framework that Congress and the public believe that can govern this type of data collection. There have been long concerns about what the information, the intelligence community collects domestically, driven in part by previous violations of American civil liberties. The CIA and National Security Agency NSA, which Edward Snowden worked for, have a foreign mission, and are generally barred from investigating Americans or U.S. businesses, as I said. But the spy agency sprawling collection of foreign communications often snares Americans messages and data incidentally. So I've known plenty of people that worked at the CIA and high levels of the CIA. And whenever I confront them on this, I say, so the CIA is forbidden from doing work domestically. They laugh, they say, yeah, no one pays attention to that. CIA is whatever they want. People that have worked in the CIA openly admit it.

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Natalie Winters Asks Questions That the Legacy Media Never Dares To

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Natalie Winters Asks Questions That the Legacy Media Never Dares To

"The stories you've broken Natalie. Another function of you spending 25 years in a sinologist, salt mine, learning the languages of Mainland China, studying and the most vaunted Ivy League institutions, it simply because you're asking questions that the legacy media isn't asking and you're just looking for those answers in on classified sources. You're not some guy, you're not a gown in the heart of the DIA or the NSA. You are doing this with tools anybody listening to the show has at their fingertips, correct? A 100%. I just go straight to the source, imagine that. And frankly, I think the fact that I haven't been affiliated with any of those institutions that you're talking about is a good thing. It's a very good thing. All right, let's

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Sen. Rand Paul Blasts Fauci Over 'Gain-of-Function' Research, Calls on Him to Resign

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 8 months ago

Sen. Rand Paul Blasts Fauci Over 'Gain-of-Function' Research, Calls on Him to Resign

"So Rand Paul has been in my opinion. The best senator to cross examine foushee. He has been clear, confident, wise, courageous, we're going to play cut one O 7 here. Where Rand Paul who's actually a medical doctor puts Fauci on the ropes. Play cut one O 7. Putting to the framework and guidelines. So what you're doing is defining away gain of function. You're simply saying it doesn't exist because you change the definition on the NIH website. This is terrible and you're completely trying to escape the idea that we should do something about trying to prevent a pandemic from leaking from a lab. There's the preponderance of evidence now points towards this coming from the lab and what you've done is changed the definition on your website to try to cover your ass basically. That's what you've done. You've changed the website to try to have a new definition that doesn't include the risky research that's going on until you admit that it's risky. We're not going to get anywhere. You have to admit that this research was risky, the NIH is now rebuked them. Your own agency has rebuked them. But that thing is, is you're still unwilling to admit that they gained a function when they say they became sicker. They gained in lethality. It's a new virus. That's not gain of function. According to the definition that is currently operable. You know, senator let's make it clear for the people who are listening. The current definition was done over two to three year period by outside bodies, including the NSA, BB, two conferences by the national academy of science engineering and medicine on December 2014. Now let's I want the whole clip because there's another part where he asks him to resign, but we can get to that. So Rand is focusing on Fauci, saying that you're changing the definition of the facts, you change the definition of gain of function research. You've changed the definition of the vaccine. This is one of the only tricks they know. Let's play cut 78 Rand Paul's very clearly. It's time for you to resign. Play cut 78. To try to define a way what's going on in Wuhan until you accept it until you expect responsibility. We're not going to get anywhere close to trying to prevent another lab league of this dangerous sort of experiment. You won't admit that it's dangerous. And for that lack of judgment, I think it's time that you

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Father Frank Pavone Reflects on President Trump's Commitment to Protecting Life in the Womb

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | 8 months ago

Father Frank Pavone Reflects on President Trump's Commitment to Protecting Life in the Womb

"He is the director of priests for life, father Frank pavone, welcome in studio. Oh, boy, it's a joy to be here, Seth. Thank you so much. I want to introduce everyone who doesn't know who you are or what your organization does, who's maybe tuned in for the first time to understand all the work that you've done and you're doing every single day. We'll get to you the man that momentarily, but let's just roll with that cut. What does it mean to you? What does it mean to America? What does it mean to the Christian world to have an incumbent president address the march for life? You know, Seb, we dreamt about this back. I remember going to the march for life and my one my first one was the third one, 1976. And you were like two years old. But you know, I remember you through the Reagan years, you know, he would call in by phone and NSA, Nelly gray and the marchers, how you doing? And we would stand there literally saying, hey, The White House isn't far from here. Can you imagine if the president came? And like for decades, that was like our dream. What it does is it gives a new level of legitimate. I mean, the movement is legitimate. It stands on its own, obviously. But for a president to be there, says to America this movement has come far. It has come far, it has an impact and it's shaping the nation. And we were also encouraged. As a matter of fact, let me back up and just say, you know, president Donald Trump, of course, you were privileged to work for him. I served on his advisory commissions, both both campaigns, and in the second one, I was the national co chair of what he called pro life voices for Trump. I was so proud to do that. And I was told during the first campaign if he's elected, he'll do everything that passed pro life presidents have done and more. And those words and more echoed through my mind during all the four years of his presidency because he proved them true every

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Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

"So everything I did based on the house Intel drop was chrono chronological order as it was presented And it starts here From the Nunes memo both the DOJ and the FBI petitioned the fisa court to begin to surveil a Trump campaign adviser we later learned was Carter page On October 21st 2016 just two and a half weeks before the election The application had to be certified by the FBI's director or deputy director The attorney general Deputy Attorney General or assistant attorney general to the NSA The initial warrant on Carter page was issued and renewed three times Every 90 days which took you through the rest of the campaign Through the election the president elect period in the early months of the Trump presidency FBI director James Comey signed three of those fisa court warrants Comey sign three deputy FBI director Andrew mccabe signed one Deputy Attorney General's Sally Yates Dana bonetta and rod Rosenstein they signed one Christopher Steele was an FBI source He was initially paid first payment a $160,000 by the DNC and the Clinton campaign to create the dossier via Perkins coy and fusion GPS Okay so this is now the place where sussman fits in Everywhere we have the law firm Perkins coy We now know that was sussman

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Understanding Huawei, China's Controversial Tech Giant

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 9 months ago

Understanding Huawei, China's Controversial Tech Giant

"To us bill if you would about the this company while way that many seem to treat as just another telecommunications cell phone company why is that completely the wrong way to think about while way bill. Yes first off. The chinese are engaged in something called civil military fusion. This is a communist party program directed at the highest levels of both the government and the party which requires all commercial technology to be used for the military and likewise any military developed or stolen in technology then to the civilian sector while way technologies of bills itself as quote private company. It is anything but it is one of the national champions that gets funding and support. It also provides intelligence gathering tools. We learned from the snowden documents that the chinese stole router technology and then use that technology to spy on others and we were able to spy on while away and learn all its intelligence gathering capabilities. This has come out again because of that compromise. Nsa lost the ability. The national security agency lost the ability to spy on wall street. But we've never had the. Us government really come out and explain why this company is so dangerous and the reason. It's so dangerous is because we're on the verge of a revolution in telecommunications with five g. which is going to speed up the communications for that are used for everything down from whether it's washing machines and televisions to the most precision guided munitions that the us military has it's going to affect that to be able to communicate so rapidly and over many long

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National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Pushed Alfa Bank Claim at Center of Durham Indictment

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 9 months ago

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Pushed Alfa Bank Claim at Center of Durham Indictment

"Jake Sullivan Obama's national security adviser Ladies and gentlemen this guy is knee deep in the peepee hoax The collusion tape the collusion nonsense stuff He is knee deep in it and he is connected to a number of different people And he's got a real problem Now I am not under any illusions that the Republicans are going to grow a pair up in the hill and actually do anything about it But this guy's in real trouble right now And I'm wondering if John dorm the special prosecutor who indicted one of the Hillary Clinton lawyers involved in this case I'm wondering if he's looking at Jake Sullivan This guy is the national security adviser now to Joe Biden This guy is in on the highest of high level meetings folks and there's two things about this guy He either has the worst judgment in the history of a human being who sat in that NSA position or he is a liar potentially involved in a big conspiracy to frame Donald Trump There is no option C okay It's either one of those two things Why Well we unearthed some old video audio of Jake Sullivan on CNN which I'm going to get to in the remainder of the hour And some old comments by Jake Sullivan on CNN and Jake Sullivan who was Hillary Clinton's at the time foreign policy adviser seemed to be one of the biggest promoters out there of the whole peepy hoax collusion hoax I mean he's got these statements on record I'm going to play the audio and then I'm going to show you how he must have known the entire time Jake Sullivan that what he was saying was a fabricated lie He told everyone that tech experts were telling Hillary and I oh my gosh there's this big connection between Trump and the Russians Trump Tower in this alphabet server It's real but that's not what the tech experts were telling them How do we know because we have an indictment now in the case And we got our hands on those records ourselves

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Hypocrites in Government Are Not Mandating Vaccinations in the White House

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 11 months ago

Hypocrites in Government Are Not Mandating Vaccinations in the White House

"I'm not going to provide that and we're not mandating it. That's your government that is the head of the executive branch spokesperson spokesperson of the head of the executive branch of government. We're not gonna and it but in the military we will dishonorably discharged you if you get thousands of young people across the country as part of turning point. Usa who were largely abandoned by adults in charge have lost their livelihoods and are not able to go to college this semester. They should have just went to go work in the biden white house. You need to get a vaccine passport to go to a restaurant in new york city. You don't need a vaccine passport to go into the white house who in the white house is not vaccinated. You say if we had a real press they would have an entire investigative arm over the weekend we would know every single person who is in who is vaccinated and not vaccinated right now in the white house. People would be leaking and tattling on each other. Jen psaki vaccinated jen psaki. I think as a mother. Maybe she doesn't want to get vaccinated. Does jen psaki knows something about it. If trump was still in the white house there'd be an unvaccinated list it'd be published would-be trending on twitter. How is this not with massive outraged by the vaccine mandates themselves. What is built a blasios opinion of this. He's a big vaccine mandate or does he know the white house isn't mandating it does build a blasios mandate for his staff in the new york. City mayor's office. Meanwhile the former head of the nsa michael hayden says we need to send the unvaccinated back to afghanistan. That's the former head of the nsa. You have rulers that are bragging and saying out loud that they don't live under the same rules as you

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US Rep. Himes on Congresss About-Face on Cybersecurity

The Security Ledger Podcast

02:08 min | 11 months ago

US Rep. Himes on Congresss About-Face on Cybersecurity

"I'm congressman jim. Himes i represent the fourth district of connecticut. Southwestern connecticut My seventh term and spend most of my time in washington On intelligence issues as a member of the intelligence committee on financial services issues as member of that committee and most recently actually interestingly Speaker of the house has asked me to chair. The committee on economic disparity congressman. Welcome to Cast thank you. You have really focused in your time in congress on cybersecurity on the house intelligence committee and the nsa and cybersecurity subcommittees. Can you talk about just in your time. in congress. kind of how this topic and congress's thinking around cybersecurity has changed. Yeah yeah and and change it has. I'm glad to report again. I've been doing this for for for coming on thirteen years. And i would say that there's been a dramatic change in people's level of education sense of urgency Around cyber security. I sometimes joke that you know. Even a decade ago you'd have people with three stars on their shoulders come in front of the homeland security committee or other committees. And you'd ask them about cybersecurity in you'd get blank stares and obviously there's been an awful lot of water under the bridge so to speak since then the federal government as it is wont to do argue. We hasn't moved quite as rapidly as it should but it has moved quite rapidly to stand up organizations that are about defending our cyber infrastructure. developing Offensive capabilities that theoretically could be used sometimes are used for for for retribution for other operations and most importantly there's been a really a high level of education given to members of congress. You know it might. It might have taken a while. It might have been. The gas lines forming in virginia because of the colonial pipeline Fiasco but Legislators have come to realize how very important this this issue is

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Microsoft Challenges NSA Cloud Contract Reportedly Awarded to Amazon

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

Microsoft Challenges NSA Cloud Contract Reportedly Awarded to Amazon

"Crying fell as a massive government cloud computing contract went to Amazon instead. Camels, Corwin Hike explains. The battle between the two locally based tech giants continues as the National Security Agency awards a cloud computing contract worth as much as $10 billion to Amazon Web services instead of Microsoft's competing cloud service, Azure The Washington Post reports. Microsoft has filed a formal protest with the Government Accountability Office. A Microsoft spokesperson won't describe the basis for the protest, telling the post only that the company is quote exercising our legal rights. Last time Microsoft and Amazon butted heads over a lucrative government cloud contract was after the Defense Department awarded the $10 Billion Jetty project to Microsoft. Amazon mounted a legal challenge. And last month the diodes scrapped Jedi altogether.

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Watchdog to Review NSA Following Tucker Carlson's Spy Claims

First Light

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Watchdog to Review NSA Following Tucker Carlson's Spy Claims

"nsa" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast

The Toasty Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast

"Going on today and be like this organization seems even the whole thing definitely got some evil stuff for sure just like what the heck like reading about the stuff crazy man. So but Yeah the next thing was tucker carlson dude getting frigging speaking of a it as spying on tucker carlson apparently yes so we still don't know the actual facts of this like it's really happening or not but on the show on air. He said yeah you know they. They're spying on me. They want to ruin my show type thing. You know all Tweet okay all so all. Carlson tucker. Carlson claimed at the beginning of the week Last last week. I should say he said yesterday we heard from a whistleblower within the us government. He reached out to warn us at the nsa national security agency is monitoring our electronic communications and is planning to leak them in an attempt to take this show off the air the whistle blower who is in a position to know repeated back to us information about a story that we are working on. That could have only come directly from my texts emails. There is no other possible source for that information period. The nsa capture that information without our knowledge and did it for political reasons. The biden administration is spying on us. We have confirmed that. This morning we follow the foia request. Freedom of information act request asking for all information that the nsa and other agencies have gathered about this show and the nsa responded by publicly releasing a statement at the moment. That carl's carlson show aired on tuesday night so instantly like on on so this is their statement and they released it on their on their website and twitter on june. Two thousand eight hundred. Twenty one tucker. Carlson alleged that the nestles national security agency has been monitoring electronic. Communications is planning to leak them in an attempt to take this. Show off the air. This allegation is untrue. Knows what they say specifically that monitoring electronic communications and is planning to leak them in an attempt to take this show off the air. Yes so if they were just monitoring as if they if he just loves it as monitoring electric vacations and they said that allegation is untrue. they'd be like But since they said and is planning to leave them in an attempt to take the show off the air was probably not motive. Because that's a that's a stretch in my opinion and tucker. Carlson shouldn't have said that because it gave them a give them an out giving us now. Is that this. Allegation is untrue. Tucker carlson has never been an intelligence target of the agency and the nsa has never had any plans to take his program off the air. So he's what do you do when every what do you do whenever you do it..

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"nsa" Discussed on Axios Today

Axios Today

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on Axios Today

"Jonathan swan. We will put the story in our show notes and link it out so you can read the whole thing. Thanks jonathan thank you. You might remember a few weeks ago. We talked about the treatment of tennis star. Naomi asaka by the media when she cited her mental health as the reason for not wanting to do press interviews and withdrew from the french open and wimbledon. This week we also heard new questioning of olympic rules especially those that affect women of color. Check out our tuesday conversation with enough. Read if you missed that. Well all of that's got me thinking. How does what we expect. And demand of our athletes differ from what we expect from other public. Figures say politicians. I put that question to historian. And author dr abram x. candy he's the host of the podcast be anti-racist and our guest every thursday. This summer it's fascinating that athletes are required to talk to the media and politicians are not required to talk to the media. I mean that to me is you know says everything about what's wrong with our politics and even potentially what's what's wrong with the american athletics now. I do think. Public figures particularly athletes part of soda. The game in the sport has understanding what they were thinking when they took that shot or what they felt when they beat someone. So i think there should be accessed. But the requiring of it in the context. When we're not requiring ceo's we're not requiring elected officials to me that that strikes of of a travesty. It is an interesting question what it would be like if politicians face the same repercussions or fines. For example that grand slam tennis stars do for not showing up for media obligations exactly. And what's ironic is. There's an expectation that politicians won't present themselves to the media in controversial moments. And there's an expectation that even if you lose and have a horrible game you know as an athletes that you're supposed to still sort of faced immediate when no politician wants to face the media right after you know huge political debacle in the midst of a sort of a political storm as we head into the olympics. And just a few weeks. How are you looking at these games differently. How are you looking at these games. Through an anti-racist lens i'm looking at you know specifically black athletes. I'm not just thinking about how strong they are physically. Gifted they are. I'm thinking about how mentally tough. How hard working. How much tacticians. They are of this sport. I'm looking at their intelligence as much as they're sort of physicality just as one would for white athlete or any other athlete. We should really see these people as whole people. Dr abram.

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"nsa" Discussed on Axios Today

Axios Today

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on Axios Today

"Welcome back to axios today. I'm nylon boudou last monday. Fox's tucker. Carlson went in front of his several million viewers and made an extraordinary accusation. That the nsa was spying on his emails. The nsa intern issued a rare public. Denial that carlson had been targeted and actually jonathan swan decided to look into this. Jonathan would we know about this story. I know that the us government learned that tucker. Carlson was trying to set up an interview with vladimir putin and that that happened. Shortly before tucker. Carlson made this extraordinary public claim that the national security agency was spying on him. I don't know how they learned. The takada was trying to set up this communication. He's obviously publicly claimed that they learned from monitoring his mouth and text messages. I have an independently confirmed that one way or the other. What does this tell you about. Tucker carlson's role in this post trump presidency era. I don't think it's an exaggeration to coal him. One of the most important figures on the american right elected officials scared of him. They go cap in hand to him. They suck up to him. He's a kingmaker and there are many people who think that if he ran for president in two thousand twenty four he'd be a force of nature so he's an important figure on the ride. Is that why the story was so interesting to you. It's pretty rare to have a public figure in a position like that making a claim that is so specific and so incendiary and to have an agency. That's usually so secretive and so reluctant to comment publicly commenting on it. It was unusual for lots of reasons. And i was naturally intrigued. Accesses.

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"nsa" Discussed on Axios Today

Axios Today

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on Axios Today

"Dave lawler is here now to catch us up. Hey dave i. I think the most important question is do. We know who's running haiti right now so. According to the prime minister of haiti he is running the country. He did a televised press conference yesterday where he came out and tried to say that the situation was under control. But obviously if you have to come out and say that you're the president now you're in a position where this chain of succession is not clear. And so you have a situation where countries around the world are trying to sort of assess. Who's in charge. It's a very confusing situation. Not made simpler by the fact that you know you don't have a clear transition of power and there's some concerns about a power vacuum in haiti. Can you remind us what the past few months have been like in haiti so this political crisis kicked off in february. When you had the president's opponents saying that his term had ended he actually accused twenty-three members of the opposition of mounting a coup to try to topple him in those those people were around up and arrested. And since then you've been in a scenario where the president says that he is still the legitimate president but a lot of the country says the he should be out of the job now. This dates back to a delayed election in the previous cycle so his term started later than it. Otherwise would have and then you had this murky situation about when his term should end. Also you have. In haiti gang violence that has risen to really shocking levels as kind of an epidemic of kidnappings in the country. But neither. I'd actually like to ask you. You know a lot. More than i do about the history here in haiti in the broader context. So if you could explain a little bit to me about what what. Actually we need to know about haiti. That would be great. I have lived and worked in haiti by have reported there and studied there. And i think it's really important to look at how haiti was isolated and punished by the rest of the world for being a free black country of people who overthrew slave owners so haiti got its independence in eighteen o four and it was the second free country in the western hemisphere. And i think the best way to think about that is just looking at the debt. That france forced haiti to pay for one hundred twenty two years. Haiti paid billions of dollars. I think as much as billion dollars in today's money to have its freedom. And i think it's really important when we look at the poverty and the crime and everything else that is part of haiti story that we understand that too. Thanks for talking with me dave. Thanks though dave lawler is actually world editor and fifteen seconds. Jonathan swan joins me for his latest scoop. On tucker carlson vladimir putin and the nsa chevron supports the emissions of the paris agreement the company is also tying executives compensation to lowering the carbon emissions intensity of their operations. Because it's only human to help power brighter future learn more at.

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"nsa" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"This sent to me by a friend and older piece from the century foundation. And it probably explains best. What traffic shaping is by sharon goldberg. It says surveillance without borders the traffic shaping loophole and why it matters. There's a lot of articles out there. I don't know this woman don't know politics. I don't care but explains it quite well. How the nsa is getting around this constitutional ban on spying on american citizens to potentially spy on you. And that's why. I'm not willing to throw out the tucker. Carlson piece where he says he's being spied on by the nsa and i'm not willing to discard what sebastian gorka jisr said like the medium. Like just ignore them. That you crazies really. You know spy gate sounded crazy at one point. Two and total turned out to be real here quote from this piece this report. They're talking about a report that was done on. This describes a novel more disturbing set of risks as a technical matter the. Nsa does not have to wait for domestic communications to naturally turn up overseas abroad. In fact the nsa has technical methods that can be used to deliberately reroute internet communications with this kicker. The nsa uses the term traffic shaping to describe any technical means to deliberately reroute internet traffic to location. That is better suited. Operationally surveillance since it's hard to intercept yemen's international communications from inside yemen itself. The agency might try to shape the traffic show it so it passes through communication cables located on friendlier territory. Think of it as diverting part of a river to a location from which it's easier or more legal to catch a fish folks again. How is this not a front page story. We know the technique exists gorkhas. Now alleging that a major reporter. I know who it is. This is a serious person is about to break. A story about traffic shaping being used not to target yemen or fish in yemen but to target us citizens on us soil by diverting their traffic overseas where they can air quotes legally hoover. Add up vacuum it up and use it later on folks. I can't emphasize to you enough. That the key distinguishing component named three of them yesterday but the most important component of a free constitutional republic in contrast to a socialist totalitarian regime. Where you have no big are god given rights. They key distinction. Don't ever forget. This is the line distinction between the private and public self in a truly free constitutional republic. Like we're supposed to have you are supposed to be free in your private self to communicate to live your life to engage in activities to provide services to work. You are free to do that without government interference you have a bill of rights that protects you. The government can interfere and take your liberty by conditions have to be met. They have to provide some kind of a warrant that shows probable cause you committed a crime and infringed on the private civil liberties of others if the government is allowed to invade the private self and read sebastian. Gorka as email. Steve bannon's emails tucker carlson's emails with no warrant. No evidence of probable cause whatsoever folks. There is zero distinction between us and italian totalitarian regime. There's no difference. The public private distinction is what matters. That's it that is the most important thing this is a big story and we're not going to let it go and my sources are telling me don't discard it. I can't with one hundred percents certainty. Tell you tucker. Carlson story is true. I can however tell you the evidence. He's provided the reading of his own emails which he is not personally disclosed indicates that somebody's lying either tucker carlson. Or the nsa. And if i'm a batman.

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"nsa" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"These are all terms of art. The indo community will understand what they mean. And here's the last one. What were the minimization procedures for. Us citizens and journalists in this case. We explain that last one. I think this is a key. This is a key safety mechanism. That's supposed to protect us from partisan lunacy from nakasone and people like that but may not be. What's the minimization procedure. Well they're supposed to do their best to make sure that there's a screening and filtering that goes into place before this data is either given to the nsa for filter for use or certainly to other agencies. I mean and what's ironic is that the. Nsa may be among the good guys and our national security apparatus. The nsa doesn't like giving information to the in recent years because the fbi has been blatantly abusing the information that the nsa gives it and so in reality These are self policing agencies are secretive agencies. There is no effective oversight in congress or in the executive branch and they run rampant with this information and they weaponize it against american citizens. That's the truce that's exactly right. In infecting nasa official just said to be on the phone. We'll work very carefully. Overseen by congress a lot of oversight. And since i've lived in wash my i had to laugh because that's a lie. Whatever the. nsa does you know. Mitch mcconnell's happy with it on the right and of course. The democrats are more than happy to see their political enemies hassled by an intelligence agencies. Really scary army. I appreciate your work on this night on the last so i gotta say i do find this whole thing just to be fascinating and i. I hope that tucker keeps up this This push just if nothing else to just bring kinda shed some light on what's going on still a lot of americans who just like a really unaware of how this works or how creepy it is how dangerous it is But yeah that's that's pretty much the situation right there there is an and this is just. The reality of our government is that it's just not what people are taught in school and it's not that there's just like congress and the presidency and then the supreme court and these constitutional limits. There's this whole secret government that essentially answers to no one And you could imagine if you were a congressman. Who wanted to stand up to the nsa. What would be the thought going through your mind. Like oh they're going to read all of my shit now. I mean that that in itself will just kind of you know That all that that in itself will just kind of you know. Chill a lot of people especially politicians who tend to be a little bit corrupt in general. I don't that'll slow a lot of them down so anyway we'll see where this whole thing goes but pretty interesting pretty interesting little Event there tucker carlson versus the nsa. Any other thoughts rob Nope what can i plug some port store. Plug away my friend. Some report store in session. Philly only got two tickets left. That's this thursday. July fourth close to maryland And then nashville. August fourteenth with chris. Why podcast cpu got stand up. And then we have august A forget the weekend but rochester tickets. Remove so if you're upstate new york coming out of rochester. We're going to be a comedy club. Telling some jokes can be great time. Hell yeah me and robbie the fire in rochester. Telling jokes can't wait all right. Thanks everybody for listening. That's the show for today piece..

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"nsa" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"For only oh wash. Yeah anyway. i've a feeling that's not what was on the The audio recording so so anyway there's That that's the situation. I find it interesting. I do think about it but i do. Think that when you're you know if there's a group of people who were right about all of the biggest issues and then you start coming into conflict with how bad not listening to them was me take it easy on using them as your punching bag for a little bit. Maybe even give them some credit for it. I don't know that's just a thought Okay so here's a clip of tucker. Carlson he was talking to a civil rights attorney about this on his show the other day. Let's check in. We're happy to have her on the show tonight. She's dealt with a lot of this stuff in texas change. We had a couple of hours ago. I expressed my frustration. You said quote. I'm not surprised at all. It seems to me we should be shocked by this. We have a right to be american citizens. Why can't we find out is hardly just applies to me. Why can't any american find out if some bureaucrat. In a spy agency is reading your private email. It's a really simple question. Why can't we know well. You should be able to find out. Tucker and the reason i said. I'm not surprised as for the last twenty years since nine. Eleven i and other civil. Libertarians have been screaming about the patriot. Act and other laws but dating back to nineteen forty seven or securities. Laws have said that the spying may only be on foreigners not an american citizens regularly. Flouts that i mean. We have the example of james clapper lying to congress about spying on american citizens and gathering millions of pieces of data. Phone call records and all of that. And so when you ask why well of course it's about this military industrial complex the security industrial complex and they justify the spying on americans in the name of were really focusing on foreigners and the american data that we scoop up. They call that incidental. So i suspect if you're able because you are a person with a lot of connections and this is a good platform if you're able to find out more information about this. I think what you're going to find is that You are being described as incidental so the gathering of your information is going to be because they're really focusing on somebody else. But i wanna really break that down. When you look at the carter page violations for example the lies to the pfizer court. Does anybody think that the national security apparatus was trying to find out harder pages activities and communications. No the trick is if they can get surveillance order on an individual. What they're able to do is scoop up. All of the communications of all of the people who reach out to that person text even even you know without any predicate and so that's really what it where it's at and so that's a huge dragnet and when americans have become scandalise or members of congress or asking questions about this there have been some some raining and of these things but now the current law. Is that the phone. Companies gathered this data and they have to store it but the nsa can go over and ask for it and go shopping and a treasure trove of billions of pieces of data. Anytime they want and in fact dating back to two thousand eighteen Nsa has looked at or had access to over half a billion records of american communications. So you're one of them but frankly any important person any enemy of the state should expect that. There's some way that the nsa can get a hold of somebody near you get an order or right to ask questions and all of a sudden they have all the information and a bunch of unelected faceless. Bureaucrats are going shopping in your data and then You know talking to the guy next door and the cubicle next door passing it around the office and then threatening of what to do with it me which is exactly what they did so the system you described might work if you had patriotic non-political duty oriented bureaucrats were fighting say cold war. But if you chain focus of the workmen's right there i it. Just yeah i if you had god running government than maybe the government structure would work i. It's always the thing like yeah. It didn't work this past time but we can get it right. No the point you put the structure in place in power corrupts and you will always get this. There is no magic wand of the individual who will go get that job who won't use these power structures to do exactly what you're being targeted for. That's the conservative in liberal fallacy. Every time it's It's a it's funny because right like this is such a powerful segment so far and everything they said is just spot on. And it's amazing. And again this why i think some. Libertarians are so goofy where they like even if you disagree with tucker on on several issues as we obviously do this incredible that he's putting this out on the biggest show on fox news. That are hearing this that this is actually how they They operate they call it incidental collection but it's almost always the true target of the investigation. You know like it's just in the same way like that. She said what i said earlier like. Yeah colder page. Probably was not the target even though they call him the target And it's also just this shady thing where these secret warrants you know like the idea of a warrant right in it's You know traditional sense was that look. People have the right to privacy. But sometimes there's situations where we could find out really valuable information if we violate their privacy but this is a right of. There's so in order for us to trample on their rights and you know search. Someone's home let's say we have to go to a judge and convince a neutral arbiter that we have this like pretty overwhelming evidence that that is more important than that. You know what. I mean like you can think of lots of situations where that is the case. You know. it's like okay well. There's been a kid that was kidnapped and like three people say they saw this guy bring him into his home. So yeah i know like it his home and all but like screw that we got to go in so you presented it to judge that go yet absolutely three people saw you go into this guy's home you show up you say sir we have a warrant and we're here to search your house that's it.

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"nsa" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"However none of us know this for sure we just either have to believe tucker or not i will say i am absolutely inclined to believe tucker carlson just from the first day when he said that because it would just be such a bizarre lie to come out and tell it would be. I don't know it. Just doesn't i just like like if i had to guess in my head of course as i'm saying i don't know none of us know for sure but if i had to say what's more likely. Here that tucker. Carlson is just making this up and there is no nsa whistle blower. Who told him that. The reading is e mails that he just decided that was a good story to make up or that. The nsa who's been known to spy on american citizens who certainly was spying on the trump Campaign and then probably on the trump administration we know. The fbi was That they would be spying on the biggest guy in cable news who is an opponent of the military industrial complex to me. One seems much more likely than the other but then if that wasn't enough interestingly and this is only again only because tucker carlson has such a large audience. The nsa responded so tucker. Carlson made the claim right a very specific claim that the nsa that he had talked to this whistle blower who had read his email. He so in his mind. This is proof. They've got my emails my personal emails and the reading it but the the the. Nsa responded and they said on june twenty eighth two thousand. Twenty one tucker. Carlson alleged that the national intelligence age the national security agency has been monitoring has been quote monitoring our electric communication and is planning to leak them in an attempt to take this show off the air. This allegation is untrue. Tucker carlson has never been an intelligence target of the agency and the nsa has never had any plans to try to take his program off the air of emails. Nsa has a foreign intelligence mission. We target foreign powers hold on. We target foreign powers to generate insights on foreign activities. That could harm the united states with limited exceptions. Nsa may not target a us citizen without a court order. That explicitly authorizes the targeting now. to your layman. If you just read that you'd be like. Oh that's denial. That's a denial of what tucker carlson is right. I mean he's saying they did it. They're saying they didn't do it. I mean 'cause they did say the words. This allegation is untrue but changed his allegation right. So then. They say tucker. Carlson has never been an intelligence target of the agency. That is a very very different claim than saying we'd have never read tucker carlson's emails. There's just two different things. And if you know the lingo and how the nsa operates that's what they always say that's what they said. Why do they bother being triggered. Why why don't they just lie and say. We didn't look at his emails like at this point. You broke the law. Why don't i don't get it. Well the thing is that they will lie sometimes also right like they will lie. Like clapper lied to congress about them doing any type of monitoring of americans meta data. But that's fair question. That is an interesting question. But they're not even lying. They're not even just coming out and denying it. So i would say after that response i one hundred percent believe tucker carlson at least ninety nine percent believe tucker carlson like so just to be clear this is what they do and probably my guess would be. There is no paper trail to prove otherwise. So i you know. I do not think anywhere there has been an email written down or an email or something or a note or or a phone call or anything like that where someone says. Our goal here is to get tucker carlson off the air. I mean like why would you put that in writing. That's just ridiculous. But i have no doubt that. That's what the goal is And i certainly and as far as saying he's not the target this is what they said about trump. Okay so this is like how they always were. It's the same as what the f. b. i. Did right who was the target target was carter page just happened to be an adviser on the trump campaign but that was the target. Maybe the target was michael. Flynn that was the nsa's target. It's michael flynn just happened to be. Trump's first national intelligence national security advisor but the target wasn't trump you talking about. It's just people on his campaign however once you target somebody you can then listen to any communications that they have and you know ah trump advisor or national security advisor they might be talking to donald trump right. So that's how they play this game. They get somebody else's the target. And then if you accuse them of spying on that person you go under that person's not the target but that's not really. What's it question here. What's it question what the question is here is. Did you read tucker carlson's emails. Yes or no. That's to me like what's pretty interesting about this. So this ain't a denial so between the fact that it just seems kind of unlikely that tucker carlson would just completely make this story up and then the fact that there's a very specific accusation and then the fact that the. Nsa isn't even denying it. I think we all know what's going on here and it's a good. It's a good reminder to just see for people to see just how dangerous this whole thing is What what's really going on here and that it's like yeah they are. They are going after. They are spying on Cable talk show host and really. It's just for the crime of being good on war as tucker. Carlson has done wrong. And you could try to make up a million other things that you know are the real reason why they would be going after him or you know. He's just such a terrible right winger on this issue or that issue but there's been terrible right-wingers out there for a long time as my entire life like you know cable news. Talk radio all this stuff. There's been a ton of terrible right-wingers going out that all the time. There's a reason why you don't hear scandals about like the deep state going after those people because.

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"nsa" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on The Editors

"Someday you're gonna be as good an adept at moines great as i am equip breeds. Now i don't know show. I'll ever get the all right so tucker carlson big allegation couple nights ago were recording thursday morning Checking to see whether it's thursday afternoon yet but still thursday morning and nbc. He said that the nsa was spying on him and was going to leak the contents of these communications. They captured towards the end of putting off the air. Getting off the air. And that had a whistle blower that had provided this information to him and had told him about communications. According to tucker that there's no way anyone possibly would have known about except for himself unless someone was indeed spying on His communications and there's a lot of i rolling skepticism. As you might expect about this then the nsa came out with a statement that said on june twenty eighth tucker across alleged. The national security agency has been quote monitoring electronic communications as planned to leak them in an attempt to take the show off the air and quote. This allegation is untrue. Took across has never been an intelligence target of the agency and the nsa has never had any plans to try to take program off the air. Nsa has a foreign intelligence mission. We target foreign powers generate insights on foreign activities etc etc. And that kind of perked up the ears of a lot of people want. Why is the nsa responding to to tuck across to. This is a statement that's either written innocently by an incompetent person that didn't realize that everyone would take it. As extreme as having been written with extreme care in a loyally manner or was indeed written with extreme care and a in a lawyer. Lee manner what do you make of it. Yeah so the tucker tucker's an acquaintance of mine. I guess the. Nsa may be reading my texts to talk. I didn't know what to make of it. And you know. Extraordinary allegations require extraordinary evidence. In some case so i was skeptical. Listen he's he's a he's a talk show host and on tv and this kind of very bad time for cable news networks and you know maybe maybe jimmy interest in his show In this way and then the nsa puts out the statement. And i'm sorry but if you look at. The nsa's history of statements this term target of the agency. An intelligence target is very specific term of art an intelligence target. The you know nsa only legally supposed to use target foreign nationals as intelligence targets but we found in reporting during the obama years was that the nsa could incidentally collect the phone records of millions of americans while targeting foreign nationals. Right so that's incidental over collection We know that they've even. You know occasionally misused intelligence given to them or that. They've collected through incidental over targeting and so by using this very specific term of art by only denying this very compound accusation right. The nsa's never had any plans to take his program off the show. Well of course. They're not they're not fox news. They can't have plans to take his program off the air. That doesn't mean that they can't have plans to humiliate him such that someone else could plan to take his show off the air It's i mean. I i fully believe the. Nsa has his records. I don't know if they were going to make use of them. But this statement reads like an admission and frankly when when we know that the nsa can sometimes over collect to the point of tens of millions of people. I mean it's possible. It's by happenstance. Although i think if you were reconstructing the most obvious chain of events here the nsa could be targeting. Julian assange which means you connect the dots from julian assange tucker carlson. You only need roger stone as an intermediary and it's very very quick. That's a very quick chain out. It's a very plausible reading this statement that that is what happened. And that is what the nsa is saying between the lines and we we don't know but certainly plausible reading. Try what he make it. I don't trust anyone involved in this. My contempt for the nsa is well known that statement was so carefully wooded and the nsa is so wicked in the way that it suck invents american law and its own purpose that i regard it as being next to useless but i also think that talk a costs and has demonstrated that he himself is hardly particularly attentive when it comes to the law and how it works has an enormous incentive to blow this out of proportion and make himself look like a put upon victim and it could just as easily be the case he was tangentially inadvertently caught up in something and has managed to blow it into a scandal. The problem hair is both parties Unreliable narrators it's it's not as if this is some middle of the road on controversial unappealing figure who has entirely out of character and entirely out of precedent stood up and said. I think i'm being watched by the government there until i see more evidence. I'm going to assume that everyone involved is lying and ignore it all right. You're not ignore this extra question that try so just be prepared Coming right after At md md. i though and your estimation. Nbd there's nothing to the tucker and story. There's a little to the tucker. Nsa story there is something to the tucker nsa story. Or the tucker. Nsa story will prove the biggest scandal of the biden. Years.

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"nsa" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Macron's medal winner joy wherein the deuce central park outside by herself i fully vaccinated again. Claims to have a triple digit iq. Doing so. is claiming. Abram kennedy lead in critical race. Theory advocate out there black scholar by the way to her words leading black scholar that he's not a critical race theorists that all well. This took about thirty two point. Five seconds to debunk. That and i may be being generous and we have to cut the point five. So here we go. I just put in a search engine from kindy critical race theory. And what comes up. Well he did an interview on a podcast. You'll see it featured here. Sleep is critical race. Theory getting cancelled jason. Johnson here's even candy. Who joy reid just told you on a national program that has fewer viewers than half time of the puppy ball seriously. This show is an embarrassment. Here's an actual interview at hebron. Kindy who she just suggested has nothing to do with critical race theory at all. Here's his answer from kindy. When asked about critical race theory key was kind enough to highlight for us. It here's the actual. Transcript kennedy quote. So i've certainly been inspired by my critical race. Theory and critical race theorists the way. In which i formulated definitions of racism and racist and anti racism. Anti racist he goes on to talk about issues inspired by another critical race theory. Kimberly crunch i thought you understand. Like how joy would if was a conservative on the air suggesting somehow that leading black scholar had nothing to do with critical race theory while that leading black scholar is on the record in a thirty second web search claiming he's been inspired by critical race theory. You would have media fact checkers. Facebook screw tube twitter and other places fact checking you into oblivion and banning you from civilized society forever. But because it's joy reid and we don't have an honest media it's allowed to continue like a runaway freight train with nothing ahead of it. She's why there's kennedy's own words. Guys liberals watching guys ladies to the conservatives. I get it you get it. Excuse me you just read what i put in there. It's his own words..

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"nsa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"nsa" Discussed on KCRW

"And the NSA punished him. They suspended him. He'd even know the groceries were left on his doorstep. Didn't know his roommate had taken the groceries in. But it didn't matter to the N C. A. But he was from a low income background. They're selling his jersey in the store. And the CIA says Well, we'd rather have you hungry than to have any any groceries because of our rules. And really, you know that that was kind of catalyst of start this organization and we played a role in actually bringing this lawsuit forward. So It's been a long time coming. The N C. Double A has argued that by giving students even these non cash benefits, you know in the form of scholarships or laptops or whatever that somehow that was undermining their status as amateur athletes and that that, in turn, was going to diminish fan enthusiasm. The court dismissed this outright. But I'd like your response to that argument, too. Well, it's a ridiculous argument. First of all, if you look at the polling nowadays, most Americans believe college athletes should actually share in the revenue that they produce so most Americans support. College athletes being paid, and the idea that amateurism is popular is ridiculous. The NSA has changed its its notion of amateurism. Every time they lose a court case, you know each time they say, Wolf players get a Stipe in it will be the ruination of college sports and amateurs and will fall on the whole thing will fall apart. What we want stipends in the previous lawsuit, and nothing fell apart. The fans didn't even notice or didn't care, You know, Name image likeness, said the same thing to you know, the sky is going to fall and now we have 20 days passing it. Everyone. Everyone agrees that it should happen, and this guy won't fall. Well, let's talk about the changes, especially when you say other opportunities. I mean, what could be the further implications for this decision? I mean, I just want to point out that Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote his own concurrence to the court's decision. Saying that they should have gone further, he wrote quote traditions alone cannot justify the decision to build a massive money raising enterprise on the backs of student athletes who are not fairly compensated. The Ah is not above the law. I mean, do you see future litigation that could change things even more substantively for student athletes? Sure. I mean, first of all, he's 100% right and just to be clear. What Today's ruling did is it allowed schools to pay about $6000 per year in education related compensation if they want to as an option, But it didn't go beyond that. It didn't say colleges and the conferences can determine what pay beyond that, Um, to be decided so that it didn't go quite far enough. But you know, a couple of things. Yes, it opens the door for additional litigation. To make the challenge to completely eliminate the CIA's price fixing scheme and allow most likely conferences to determine on their own without colluding without getting together and breaking the law. To determine what is fair for college athletes. We also have a bill that we're sponsoring in California, they would actually ensure that every college athlete in California receives fair market value. Now, most of the athletes do already, with the exceptions of the predominant black sports, which is football and basketball, so It's definitely a racial justice element. There's definitely a way to to get compensation of college athletes through state law. I think that's the most practical avenue and we'll see how it goes. We have this bill that will be heard in January. Well, we appreciate you taking the time Ramadi Huma, a former football player for U. C. L, A. And the founder of the advocacy group for Student Athletes, called the National College Players Association. Thank you so much for your time. Sure, thanks for having me.

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"nsa" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"nsa" Discussed on Risky Business

", the first thing we're going to talk about this wake is An FBI doc seeing some gi you malware God, , I love Twenty Twenty <hes> specifically they. . Like. . A Lennox Malware toolkit this pretty fun angles here but let me start off with you Adam. . What did you make of I? ? Mean you know you you'll links your guy right out of the three of us. . What did you think of the? ? Document that Honestly. . It's a beautiful thing. . It really warms my heart to see this really old school technique of. . Trad, , Lennox route kits, , kernel mode, , Lennox road kits with all the classic bells and whistles written finest. . Tank. . Great Engineering. . It's just a beautiful thing and the NSA's documentation of it is honestly probably better than what the Russians have like really in depth right job reversing it well, , written up our. . Yeah. . Really enjoyed it like I'm I'm Jelly I want a copy of this so that I can use it looks like a nice piece of tooling and twenty years ago me really would like this. . It's good. . Yeah I mean I. . I kept having flashbacks to to talks from like Kiwi Con Circa ten years ago. . Like a fin buyers well, , and yeah, , it was just. . Sort of that's classic beautiful technique share. . It is there enough useful stuff in this thing that someone like yourself who actually works in a role that's that's. . Way tightly sort of information try to make it actionable like was this a useful document or do you get the impression that it's just neon Jagna a bit of a middle finger at Russia. . No. So . I think it is useful. . We love attribution from a from a law enforcement agency for state-sponsored you just can't beat it because it allows us to do is we can kind of correlate and you can at the very least put a little bit to rest and attribution and say look if there's an. . If there's a press release if the NSA the FBI say that it's this group in the Intel community were all just going to kind of agree that this is the group that it is and you can get away from the hundreds of different names all hang on hang on. . What you're saying is the primary benefit here is you get to settle all of the clustering arguments that happened in threat research a slacks exactly, , and I, , think you and I have talked a little bit about what a mess that is with people like Joe Slowec it's it's. . Crazy how difficult that is the main reason for that is that everybody that does intelligence has access to a different source of data and so you know you can kind of look at the FBI and the NSA and say, , okay, , they have access to all the data. . The best data may be dated. . They shouldn't even have access to and that kind of gives us a little bit of a reprieve and we can say, , okay, , they're probably right. . Let's move forward from here. . The indicators are are usually good when they come out in these kinds of releases. . But I wanted to ask, , Adam, , you were kind of saying I wish I had this. . So what do you think the chances are that this will be potentially spread around or that somebody could create something similar. . It's using tricks that have been used by the hacker scene for for a very long time I mean this kind of rocket is pretty old school. . What's Nice is having one that's. . Supportive a modern kernels, for , example, , because that's one thing that was always really fiddly it's about about maintaining this kind of tooling was you had to have kernel modules that were built against all versions of the next year we're going to run up against and that's the sort of thing that as a bedroom hacker, , you can do for a few red hats or a few seuss's debut or whatever. . But doing it against a bunch of stuff like that takes actual work. . You know getting hold of something like this. . You know that's weaponized and usable in the real world and has workable your malleable see through channels. . That kind of thing is I mean in this case, , I, , think it's just like Jason of the. . Web sockets or anyway. . But you know having something that's actually being used versus just kind of homebrew. . There was quite a bit gap in it. . They lost eighty percent of making a tool really genuinely useful is boring, right? , ? Yeah. . That's why I wanted just for the maintenance burden and guess the you aren't really selling support contracts are. . I mean that could be. . It could be a pivot at some point you never know. . But I I look. . I found a couple of things interesting here. . One is that you just mentioned that the to handle by Jason I've HDTV the govern the US government's released a bunch of Yarrow rules that help you detect the message format that the two uses sir rather than looking at like a destination addresses, , it's actually looking at at message format. . Of course, , I can change the message format but that was an interesting thing to do I thought. . The other thing is a both of you have spoken about. . Getting your hands on this thing no one has seen it. . I've even been asked around saying you know who's got sample because a couple of people I know one no one's GonNa, , which tells me that. . Abe may not, , really be out there in the wall much which begs the question why the hell did I get it from and I don't think they got it rolling incident response. . Let's just put it that way. . It looks like they have gone right into these these these. . Operators infrastructure and just pulled it straight from there like this. . This really does look like there's a bit of a psychological Operation Angle to this is in like we are all in your. .

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"nsa" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"nsa" Discussed on WSB-AM

"We run a start with the national security agency's mass surveillance of our phones I don't remember the NSA quietly analyze metadata on our phone calls and text messages for years collecting millions or even billions of records every single day yeah the program was officially shut down last year when all was said and done it end up costing about a hundred million dollars okay maybe the money's worth it if it stops a meaningful number of crimes or terrorist related activities but listen to this a declassified study put together by the privacy and civil liberties oversight board was just presented to Congress now according to The New York Times during all that time and all those records collected the NSA program resulted in are you ready let's count them together two unique leads and only one significant investigation that's about thirty three million dollars each so if the NSA is truly interested in collecting information about every single person they really ought to consult with say no no Google Facebook Amazon be a heck of a lot cheaper number two swimming with the sharks can cost you an arm and a leg now before joining the popular shark tank show about a decade ago bar Cochran founded in New York City real estate brokerage firm that she sold in two thousand one for sixty six million dollars she's seen a lot she knows what she's doing but that doesn't mean she can't be scaled covers bookkeeper recently received an email from the reality host assistant asking for renovation payment the email looks legit and since she does invest in real estate it didn't seem all that suspicious so the bookkeeper wired over nearly four hundred thousand dollars well guess what it wasn't really barber's assistant who sent that email they created a very similar email address they just change one letter so the moral of story is is that anybody can be fooled by phishing emails at the website I committed a com we have a lot of tips on how to spot phishing emails texts and other messages a bar Cochran one said finding opportunity is a matter of believing it's there words to live by for the scammers this turns out to number three your smart speakers are listening a lot a new study paints a grim picture of how many times your smart speaker listens in per day by accident thanks to your television researchers from Northeastern University and imperial college London gathers several whole models of these smart speakers they had the Amazon echo the Google home mini apple homepod and Harman Kardon invoke they wanted to find out how and why the speakers mistakenly here wake words so they streamed a hundred twenty five hours of Netflix and what they found out is that apple's Siri and Microsoft's Cortana running on the Harman Kardon with the worst offenders your TV's triggering your smart speakers about nineteen times a day recording who knows what you know and it kind of reminds me of a joke this something that you're gonna want to share with your family members and friends to take a husband as his wife Hey you know how do you turn Alexa off she says it's simple honey just try walking around the house naked number four you can get more than creepy drivers and uber left here's something I never considered bed bugs that's right if you have AA the ABC affiliate in Dallas interviewed a local exterminator who has a.

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"nsa" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"nsa" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"NSA decided to create hacking tools to weaponize the windows back if you don't remember how that ended let me give you hit want to cry that's right cyber criminals stole those hacking tool developed by the NSA and a twenty seventeen launched a massive ransomware campaign against a hundred and fifty countries and about two hundred thousand companies so now there's a major flaw in windows ten that's worse than eternal below once again the NSA knows about it so what are they gonna do this time seems like they learn the lesson they learned Microsoft the bug which is central that a patch to keep the bugs from being exploited so if you're running windows ten or windows server twenty sixteen the need to download this patch immediately you can check commander dot com for some more tips on how to make sure that happens and make sure that your PC save but here's a fun fact the windows PC is running at the NSA they have stickers on them and the sticker say Intel inside all right number three forget sex ed it's sexting at researchers from universities in Florida Wisconsin conducted a survey of five thousand kids between the ages of twelve and seventeen and nearly twenty five percent responded that they have received messages that were sexually explicit fifteen percent said they've sent sexting messages which brings us back to the researchers advice which they compare to sex ed they say it is talk to your kids and teach them about safe sex in because they're gonna do it anyway so for starters don't share the messages it's only bears the of those images get out and make their way on to the internet it could be a legal it's easy to follow because teens don't brag right not it goes on with other tips engaging in sex with people who you trust making sure to get consent first sending suggestive photos incident naked photos and leaving your face out of it and here you thought the birds and the bees talk was tough now it's hardly the meaning of life number four fake virtual people are making more money than you are as tech because we're sophisticated artificial intelligence continues one of the big questions I hear a lot is a camel robot take my job some day there can be a quite hard question to answer depending upon what field you're at but if you're an influence or Instagram be afraid be very afraid the new rising social media stars aren't even real take should do a beautiful gorgeous south African model with nearly two hundred thousand Instagram followers she was created by a fashion photographer the U. K. you took up three D. animation as a hobby little McClellan is they buy influencer with nearly two million followers not remember this is a fake virtual person created by someone who's really good at photo shop at a five dollars CPM little gal is earning about ten thousand dollars for a single post just got a job at a magazine as a contributing arts editor yeah I don't say I understand it either the influencers might not be real but the money that they raking in sure has a right number five Ilan mosque deep down is still a twelve year old boy all right first and tell you probably the auto pilot features built into test was supposed to help you drive but not take over apparently nobody told the Tesla owner in Ontario according to police they started Tessler was speeding while the fifty eight year old driver was flossing his teeth that's right kudos for the good dental hygiene but a bad idea when you're supposed to be focused on the road he was charged with careless driving just remember don't floss and drive is being of Tesla Ilan mosque says your toes will soon be able to talk to pedestrians which he demonstrated in a recent tree that's great but now it's really hard was the power of artificial intelligence and technology must also said that soon you'll be able to use the feature on your Tesla to quote fart any pedestrians a general direction correct who has who has a real need for flying cars when we have this to look for to talk about to do your own **** all right there are tons of VPN providers out there but only to research my sponsors and I only only recommend brands to my listeners and viewers that I believe in and the ones that I have trusted and I can say with full confidence that express V. P. N. isn't the best VPN on the market and here's why first and they're not gonna log your data in fact expressed B. P..

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"nsa" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nsa" Discussed on Off The Hook

"So that prevents gummy residue on your lens. Which is a lot better than masking tape, which I know a lot of people use. So it's not just you know, covering it up with with a piece of tape. This is something that specially designed I believe, rob. You have some information on how not to do that. Right. There was there was a fun tweet by the F F on February the first the NSA that many of you may have heard of famous three-letter government organization is among these these organizations that if you go to various tech, events and conferences and things they'll they'll give away swag and a popular swag. These days is a little plastic cover for your webcam. The NSA was giving out these purple ones, but the EFF noticed that these webcam covers we're actually translucent. You could you could you could kind of see through them, and they posted a picture of this and tweeted to the NSA at NSA at NSA of the webcam covers your giving out have an interesting effect. The purple ones are transparent and they posted the photo and stuff. And of course, they they referred to these stickers which are part of this package. We're giving away that the F F make which are actually not translucent think that was that was done on purpose at the did it on purpose. They do spine. Do they they like spying it? It's kind of funny that they were giving out webcam covers in the first place when they're part of the reason that I think some people want to have a Cam either they they did on purpose or even the NSA doesn't know how to do it properly event. These stickers will will protect you. And it's it's it's done the right way. But that's still not all because one more item in this amazing package is the EFF beanie. That's right. It's a hat that probably says EFF on it. It's white embroidery on stretchy double layered black acrylic hats measures seven. Point five by eight inches. And that is just an amazing package. All of that. Did I mentioned also the Lawrence Lessig book is autographed code and other laws of cyberspace. So you get two books you.

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"nsa" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"nsa" Discussed on Risky Business

"To which organization opera operation should belong. Good question. And I think you know, there's probably a fair number of your listeners that don't understand some of those distinctions. So we are were in always will be what's known as a combat support agency. And and that means were an element of the department of defense. And we exist to make sure that the war fighters have the information they need as they're looking to defend the US or go into battle. And so the foreign intelligence mission of NSA is one of the KEA neighbors. Right. That is that is central to one of the activities and say does is for an intelligence cyber command. And and interestingly enough that foreign intelligence if you get down into the authorizations that allow NSA to do that. It's it's an area known as as title fifty. Which is a civilian intelligence authorization the military operates and performs operations under title ten. And in fact, NSA has no authority to do offensive cyber operations. So we have the technical capability we will often support, but sensei Bor command has stood up. We do that in support of cyber command. We will do that at other times in support of other US government agencies that have thirties execute operate. But we don't have any authority ourselves outside generating foreign intelligence. Sorry, it's purely a collection role now and all offensive operations. The command all offensive operations, our cyber command or another US government agencies to lead, but we can integrate people onto their teams under there. Authorities. Okay. So you can deliver the work, but you can't initiate it. Correct. In one I think you'll see, you know, the the expertise you needed to do cyber operations resided in an essay. And and when I say resided at an assay that still meant there could be a lot of military people. We have a fair uniform population within NSA, I'm it could've been military people who are gaining those skills and building those capabilities, but I think what what the department of defense recognize was the world was changing the amount of conflict kind of below the level of war. That was coming at us. The amount of threats to our ability to be able to rate weapon systems our ability to safeguard or information and even operate the platforms like planes and ships and tanks that now are mobile computers ability to keep them safe an operational. We head to head. Have more people in the military capable of performing the the cyber operations necessary to do the DOD's mission. And yeah, some of those things are very defensive a significant amount of cyber commands resources are defensive cyber activities running our networks and securing our networks. Well, I mean, I'm on you, describe what you described is pretty clear separation of the balls of of anti and cyber command in very very simply explained, and yet, you know, general Neka sunny, of course, west who hats runs both NSA, and and saw the command and has said has been on record saying that, you know, splitting those roles is actually going to be quite quite difficult at least in the in the sort of short to medium-term sorry. How do you then go about actually separating these things out? I mean because it seems like we've got two different parallel bureaucracies operating out of the same building. How do you go about actually turning them into more distinct organizations without kind of ruining the cooperation between the two the two bodies? You made a good point that, you know, general Naksone dual headed, and if you look at the way the structures of the two organizations are he is literally the only person that that lives on both sides of that fence what we're going to have is we're gonna have NSA insider command supporting interoperation and and collaborating for the for the infinite future. Right. I don't think you can have a military organization operating inside or space. That's not going to have to engage with an essay be supported by NSA because that's our role. Right. Combat support agency and even informed by NSA. So cyber command has some civilians, but predominantly most of their or forces is uniformed a fair amount of them are enlisted military that are going to rotate up out. It's a benefit to the to NSA because we're seeing talent AMAN. We're also seeing a good amount of that talent go into industry where they where they're going to be able to bring that knowledge out into defending the nation at the corporate low..

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"nsa" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"nsa" Discussed on Risky Business

"Get detected a lot easier. There's a lot more attention on it. You've given up some of your good. So I I think you'll still see some pretty good firewalls between these countries and their cyber programs now that's interesting now, one of the strategies case strategies of the United States government is to is to indict in obsessed show some of the operators of programs that the United States has deemed broke its laws. Often the discussion in the information security field is that there is potential for some unwanted consequences there. I mean, we've seen after the detention of this ten gentle, but we've seen after the detention of Renzo phase daughter in Canada, I should say the arrest because she's being we've seen various Canadian citizens kind of being. Throw it into the van. And I think the concern is among some people that we could say some of these other countries that where the US is indicted. It's operated we could say some of those countries actually targeting US operators. I mean that has to be a legitimate concern, doesn't it? It's a concern. But I think you need to put it into perspective. Right. When when I joined NSA, you know, I joined an arm of the department of defense where I knew that, you know, I had the opportunities to do operations. And and with that comes the understanding that some of the things we're doing our are authorized and supported by our government. And what that means is you have the full backing and security of the things the US government can do disappoint you. And so, you know, yes, if you are doing cyber espionage for the US government, and you get caught there's the potential that somebody could go out and issue an indictment. The thing we have behind us as I mentioned earlier, we got the rule of law. Right. We we are very specific on what we will and won't do. And I think if you look at the types of. Indictments we've done. That's what differentiates the work. We do for mothers. Right. It's the it's whether it's espionage for economic gain, or whether it's destructive activities against mersal. Entities. Those kind of things could and should get you indicted by the US if you're coming here on breaking the law. I don't think anybody would want the US from shying away from pursuing the the the criminals that that have broken the law because we worry that others might get indicted by people in in other places, I guess it has all side the the angle to it that if you're gonna play spy games, you're gonna win spy prizes. Right. Like, you know, it's it's it's it's a bit naive to suggest that you know, that doing this type of thing might be entirely consequence free. It's a it's a reason I guess people have to accept is what I'm getting. It's a fair assessment right in. You've gotta consider, you know, all of the activity. I don't think you're gonna see rob Joyce go into Beijing in the next six months, but at the same time, do I worry that you know, as I go take an international flight that I'm gonna wind up with international indictment. I really don't. But the thing that that I do understand is that you know, I have the whole of the US government behind me. And they're always going to stand up for me. And that's base while that helps right? So I look I wanna move onto another topic here which is talking about the roles of cyber command and innocent. Now, I understand that you work for an SI. And and you don't work facade command. Right. So so you can only speak for NSA's pot, but on behalf, but I guess what? I'm hearing about here is to nor more about the how you split the roles between the two because. You know, you look at some innocent materials particularly historical materials, and there's a lot of talk about supporting the war warfighter and all of this sort of stuff. Right. So the NSA was certainly tasked with supporting the military. So why is cyber command all of a sudden needed, and how do you how do you actually determine?.

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