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Well it -- -- watching you is it time to start watching it then pipeline by data Neil Cavuto and watch out.
Because apparently wants it -- does not want to finding out.
Much at all about this -- -- -- -- senators closing the door.
On another secure briefing this week let me say that is what's pretty weak.
The public deserve better who's gonna say and but not this man of steel who might be smashing box office records this weekend.
Since Vince Gil wants this mess down those doors taxpayers everywhere yeah that's -- Why are they less and which one of these will have their microwaves and good out there and -- pregnant with Ben Stein.
Charles paid Dagen McDowell along with all of these two could also get there -- both.
Tablets -- he told us arena so who will be adequate Charles came from the -- -- the secret meetings -- about the secret recordings.
That the American people still aren't sure about it let's and that.
At some point.
We should give something more -- just a memo from the NSA telling them what we do what they did we deserve answers we deserved to be in on -- listen visit.
If they're sensitive things that they've got to talk about that's one thing but I I think it's an up front I think these guys -- there and I think they have.
Contempt for the American people contempt refer for the constitution I think they just.
-- -- -- -- I think it's a delicate balance when you're dealing with national security and I would rather these briefings being behind closed doors and if it means that I don't know some things about it.
That the good things that means that the terrorists don't know some things about it I would probably them.
Best -- what -- negative because some have already targeted at the united terrorists are finding other ways around this and thanks to deletes what -- Well well we know the terrorists are finding other ways around and it's all it says Boston -- London you know that.
But what I -- and -- -- is right it is a very delicate balance and of course we don't ever want another nine elevenths heredity remotely close to it.
But of what they got let go -- the man -- -- on Baghdad is through which has.
The big Elizabeth long -- And see the emails of every person in the world.
As especially every version of the United States that is a terrifying situation and the terrorists or goblins are worse than we had first thought.
Which general Alexander in his test -- this past week at at the NSA denied he said that was false.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Believe everything here is like top secret I mean I think it would there's a degree of information that we can get out of this that -- does not violate Social Security concerns and I think it's.
Listen when you have this much problems from this administration I really do worry about this administration when it's.
When -- James Rosen -- it's the IRS when it's this stuff.
I'm a reporter I can put three -- together and come up put a story I worry about the story about this administration.
And we should be we should at least have some insight.
Into this stuff some insight -- So -- -- try to cut the balance between Charles and Charlie here I'm a reporter to.
I always favor open this you know we should all we we of course Charles we deserve answers here but.
This is -- additional security I mean if there's one instance where you where we can agree.
That let's let them have their conversations in secret and then absolutely report their mind about why isn't.
Security wire is the information that that this guy Snowden said about you couldn't listen to called listening -- listening -- -- at national security.
But we'll look this look at what had he not just security that's an affront that's an affront to our individual freedom of -- -- this Alex I mean this is the beauty of our system I mean you don't have to like congress that I know most of his don't bite our elected represented did quite well tonight -- will the administration.
And there's so I had a good dad we have.
That's clashes -- with just met with the baggage that's loaded -- -- -- The way it is it's always guys the right to listen to every -- in America and -- and general Alexander said he's not allowed to do it but obviously the guys -- a -- at WY.
Well I don't think why the violate our national security interest to know that to listen to all our big I think what gets you back it up and she's.
Exactly what we're talking about here is why should taxpayers pay for now this is going on a lot of people expressed no surprise to us and this is going on -- -- many senators at different points of view on this.
And when I told them out of the president's that you knew about this is a blow late I didn't deals so so now it comes to.
Do we as taxpayers.
10 okay on this in the name of defending our our.
Our -- what's your point what is this what are we okay we don't I don't know what are we -- -- does have a boy absolutely.
Absolutely this is the path lately.
The national security concern everything but every active year -- and you don't know -- -- on the word of some well dye -- his fled the.
It makes it come out to the public let's listen to some of them know what it wants -- I don't know right or -- -- Don't do no not -- USA today wrote about this phone data mining back in 2006.
That's when we first know about.
I only nine unit agreed at a hundred yeah I remember that -- my friend Mike Bennett did you might -- -- -- I'm not -- necessarily back.
There are ups and a terrorist purposes I think what I'm getting I -- brain immediately notices that.
You know that's the step before you do wiretap that is the step before you do start let's -- unit also some people -- dismiss -- say none of these it just records that are part of someone's desperate computer.
That the next step is its bubble.
I remember when that 2000 slowly had broken and -- calling from USA today broke the story.
It was I mean -- it was a great scoop but it wasn't why wasn't this and yes and I don't think that's.
Getting probable cause to -- -- phone is very easy I know that for a fact.
I did wrote all I wrote a book largely based on that stuff it's when they talk about the -- like you go to a judge in all the stuff those -- rubber stamp decisions I'm telling you.
OK -- started you were sent them.
I'll get did you do -- great things last week I think Charles -- the smartest again and there is certainly shows that are 170 million calls to Yemen that to their -- on -- we have -- 170 million dollars to Yemen.
And second thing is does anyone really seriously believe they're just gonna get the record about the net at five member of who has called the fun never -- -- the caller and not listen in on the calls and all they'd give me -- away.
Easy to -- in real life did I do believe that they're collecting these phone call records and their running algorithms on them as fast mass amounts of data right looking for patterns and -- -- -- -- -- record.
And then then they went down CA then listen live -- goals I think that they they would go through the proper channels and I also think that their checks and balances in place whether it's talking -- audio feed them.
And I think this.
We've got to get what they find how to turn -- -- This is where a bit.
This is where I agree with what -- trying to argue it's not -- -- this is being swept under the carpet we do you want it investigated.
It is being investigated it's not something that should be investigated with everybody will.
Yeah that's where I want a guy that what you just read my mind -- what do we know what would be a -- one night.
This one alleged know what we would know what happened and security that you don't like the likes of Google and FaceBook push back on these government request they've come out and say find any trial that.
Went -- -- guys just discovered something down the back home -- but -- -- -- Google and FaceBook over that duplicity is in Hong Kong.
Any -- really I regret I trust the guys how -- you -- that it -- I don't I mean doesn't -- guys that I 89 at which we had wartime blessed we we do not.
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