Even though the mainstream media ignores the Tea Party and conservative voices, Team Obama is scared and without answers for the questions about its policies the Right raises
Forty years after Watergate, a scandal about a president’s men breaking into and bugging opposition, often under the cover of a national security imperative, Americans in opposition to the country’s current trend lines are still subject to political surveillance.
The latest example of President Barack Obama’s administration stop-and-frisk attitude is aimed towards the Internet.
The organization that is the national support and logistics hub for the Tea Party announced Oct. 30 that its website has been repeatedly cased by several federal agencies, including the executive office of the White House, the Department of Homeland Security and the Internal RevenueService.
FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe said, “After the flurry of scandals and abuses coming out of the intelligence collection agencies of the federal government this year, it’s curious that the DHS would frequent the FreedomWorks website.”