Judge Who Ruled That NSA Phone Surveillance Is Legal Is Either Mentally Ill, A Traitor, Can’t Read English Or Is All Three

A federal judge in New York ruled today that the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of American phone data is lawful resulting in the dismissal of a complaint originally filed by the American Civil Liberties Union.  The decision was made by U.S. District Judge William H. Pauley III shortly after U.S. District Judge Richard Leon in Washington ruled that the NSA program “almost certainly” violated the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution against unreasonable searches.  Judge Leon actually didn’t go far enough because it “most certainly” violates the Fourth Amendment.  This new ruling by Judge Pauley proves without question that this man is mentally ill, a traitor, or he doesn’t know how to read and interpret the English language properly.  Who knows maybe the guy is all three.  Either way, this jackass should be removed from the bench immediately for such a ridiculous and incoherent ruling.

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