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NSA has recordings, in multiple centers, of every email, text and phone call Eric Schmidt has ever engaged in since 2004

NSA has recordings, in multiple centers, of every email, text and phone call Eric Schmidt has ever engaged in since 2004

Turn-about is fairplay

Eric Schmidt, Tim Draper, John Doerr and a host of Silicon Valley names were red-flagged when they started spending big money manipulating the policies and direction of the U.S. government. In America, you can buy all of the corruption you want up to a point. Once you step over the line, you are fair-game for every law, spy and regulatory agency. The types of activities this group were scheming with are upsetting to both Democrats and Republicans, making “missing tapes” an unlikely issue.

It is expected that Congressional hearings, criminal lawsuits and civil lawsuits will be able to subpoena this material.

Let’s discuss…



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