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By judge and an apology on a Fox News senior judicial analyst with an announcer good morning to you morning got a lot to cover with you quickly in three minutes OK you ready yes first on the legal so I would government go after and we just talked to a guy was -- life in prison.
He eventually let out to a misdemeanor.
What happens here right I think it's fairly certain that the government will go after him I think the intelligence community is embarrassed I think the White House -- in Paris.
Even though I believe that this program is unconstitutional the intelligence committee believes it's lawful unconstitutional.
-- believes that it will help them.
Stop terrorist attacks and I believe he has interfered with that's so.
There they've -- more -- -- -- need to go after and I think -- well because he's in a country with which as Peter juicy so nicely and just of form as we have an extradition treaty.
It will be relatively easy to arrest him and relatively easy to get him here -- relatively easy to indict him.
What happens after that.
It's up to a jury whether they think he's a hero or or -- all right that's the legal side of it now to your side of -- -- and at -- -- a few days ago about the Fourth Amendment.
This is what Snowden talked about that interview in Hong Kong have -- listen here.
Even if you're not doing anything wrong you're being watched and recorded and -- the storage capability of these systems increases every year.
By orders of magnitude.
To where it's getting to a point you don't have to have done anything wrong you simply have to eventually fall under suspicion.
What do you think -- the point he's making their judge what do we need.
Understand about what he's trying to tell -- we need to understand.
That in secrecy.
The government has taken laws that we have written and enacted to protect us.
And that is used those -- to destroy our personal dignity and expose our innermost thoughts and behavior.
To the whims of government bureaucrats.
Not too long ago when he was -- -- CAA David Petraeus informed us that the CIA was able to tap into.
The computer systems in your dishwasher.
And your microwave and he jokingly said we know when you're in your kitchen and people thought it was a joke but it turns out it's true.
It turns out that there's very little barriers between our private lives whether it's our kitchens -- our offices or basements.
He and the the lost of government officials to know what we're doing.
Some government officials are noble and selfless people not all of them -- as we know from what happened with James Rosen and the associated press and in bad guys a and with the IRS and what this young man just told us is that people at his level 29 years old.
Had the authority captured the key strokes on the computer of the president of the united states of a federal judge -- a general.
Of an -- of a police chief of a housewife.
Openly gave that kind of authority to the government they took what was described last week that they know where -- thinking when you're typing madame we're told now though its first security.
Because you know terrorism is on the line here and they cited one example of -- bullets Ozzie coming into one New York City and they stopped him.
That's what they tell us now okay maybe it's terrorism now -- to a 2013.
What is it 2018.
What is it 2023.
Is -- your politics.
Is -- your health.
Is -- your employment you know -- where where does it stop because we because we are democracy because we believe that we have human liberty.
That comes from our humanity not from the government.
If we're going to give up certain liberty in return for safety I don't believe that that's a trade that works but a lot of people disagree with me.
It is at least at that they that we should have we never had this debate.
All of this comes as a surprise to us it comes as a surprise to members of congress.
That somehow bureaucrats in the executive branch.
Are capturing the key strokes.
And a recording that telephone conversations have half the country the president with the attorney general knew -- this misguided judge you signed the warrant -- -- -- but the rest of us did.
If they want to take that kind of freedom away from stated differently we wanna give up that freedom.
It should be a voluntary surrender after a great national debate it shouldn't be gone undercover of darkness and to a surprise we're gonna bring young later in the week -- there will be more talk about this based on what we know now Rand Paul says he wants.
Ticket to the Supreme Court we'll see whether -- -- you can get that.
Are -- thank you see in the hallway and -- DePaula tunnel here with us now -- a lot of interest --
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