Fact is folks, we're in a new cold war with China, and most people don't even know it.
FYI, @Projectveritasaction this video is not showing at all on @BitChute and is currently unlisted on YouTube: it can only be accessed via direct link, it's not showing on Project Veritas' YouTube "Home" page or the "Videos" page which shows all uploaded videos.
FYI, @Projectveritasaction this video is not showing at all on @BitChute and is currently unlisted on YouTube: it can only be accessed via direct link, it's not showing on Project Veritas' YouTube "Home" page or the "Videos" pages which shows all uploaded videos.
For those who are confused about the law or worried about everything being recorded all the time:
There are two issues at play here: two Natural Rights, and two Constitutional Amendments protecting those rights - the 1st and the 4th, being considered and unfortunately conflated by the state of Massachusetts and some commenters on this video.
The First Amendment: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
First off let it be clear that there are no special rights, privileges, or protections for "journalism" or "journalists." "[A]bridging the freedom of speech, or of the press" is not referring to a specially protected class, occupation, or institution, ie not The Press, but like every part of the entire Bill of Rights refers to and protects the Natural Rights of every person, thus making it clear that anyone and everyone can be "The Press" because freedom of the press literally refers to the machine and the individual machine-owner's ability to use it to print whatever they want without limitation from the government. The Founders included this because many of them were "The Press" as well as shopkeepers, farmers, etc, and their publications (both discussing "dangerous" ideas and directly criticizing or calling for action in rebellion to the Crown) had been limited or stopped by the Brits. In fact, the purpose of First Amendment is not to protect Free Speech, but to protect every possible aspect of Free Thought and the free spread of information and ideas, of which Free Speech is a part; that's why it has multiple clauses specifying that every individual can believe whatever they want, speak their thoughts to any peaceably assembled audience, and print or otherwise publish those thoughts to disseminate them beyond the range of their voice and the time and place of your meeting/class/speech.
So, the 1st Amendment protects freedom of speech in public (as a part of freedom of thought), but the 4th Amendment protects private communications.
The Fourth Amendment: "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."
Spying is gathering information by in invading a space or accessing communications wherein a reasonable expectation of privacy can be held, when the Government does this without a valid warrant it's a violation of the 4th, when a private citizen spies it may or may not involve a crime of trespass, theft, etc, depending upon when, where, and how, the spying was done.
PVA is arguing correctly not only that government employees almost never have any expectation of privacy concerning any part of fulfilling their duties on behalf of the citizenry (which the federal judge already agreed with them about) but that private citizens voluntarily surrender their right to privacy when conversing in public, unless specific measures are taken to create a expectation of privacy (such as huddling with your heads together to whisper, though I would say that such an action would still be weak grounds for claiming an expectation of privacy as you are still in plain view of the public and anyone who is well trained in lip reading may still be able to discern every word exchanged). As "public" is by definition the every opposite of "private", and any time you are not at home or in some other private location, such as the homes of family or friends, a hotel room, a private room with a closed door in a restaurant, a private club where only members are allowed, then you are in public and it is only logical to say that conversations in public (like all the PVA videos of idiots babbling about company policies and practices at bistro/casual dinging restaurants) are by default not private and can be recorded without express verbal consent, as consent was implicitly given when the person chose to hold the conversation in a public space.
This video is an exceptionally well crafted rebuttal of climate change hysteria; perhaps the best I've ever seen. Only thing I would add is that NOAA recently conducted an experiment attempting to refute the claim that for more than a decade they have underestimated the effects of urban encroachment on their weather stations used to collect temperature data across the US, but rather refute the claim validated it.
Well @Iamsean90, I'll bet #Cenk2020's stance on bestiality will get him a lot of #Muslim votes.
On the issue of the #IGReport and the FBI driven #Impeachment sham: #AGBarr is #DeepState, he's defended #FBI murderers before he'll not do anything significant to hold people to account for these abuses. #AbuseOfPower for political gain is the defining hallmark of the FBI, being a constant use of that agency from its inception with #Hoover using investigations and their discoveries to blackmail people for himself & Roosevelt. #JFK and Bobbie Kennedy did the same. In the 90s the FBI murder people at #Waco and #RubyRidge then FBI railroaded and ruined the life of Richard Jewell by colluding with the MSM to frame him for the Atlanta Olympic Park bombing. Under #Obama the FBI helped the IRS harass and intimidate conservative individuals and nonprofits like Catherine Engelbrecht and #TrueTheVote, then they illegally spied on Trump and his campaign ensnaring Papadopoulos and #CarterPage. After the Senate takes the #DNC to the cleaners in the Senate impeachment hearing, the DOJ should arrest as many House Democrats as possible. Then after the House flips to a republican majority in the next round of elections Trump and the Republican controlled Senate and House and should completely should abolish the FBI, citing the unending history of FBI abuse of power from its inception & that there's is no Constitutional mandate for its existence, stating that criminal investigations will be left up to the States as the Tenth Amendment states. But except for Trump getting cleared by the Senate, none of that will happen, because the swamp's gonna swamp.
The corruption and spying are so rampant and pervasive it's almost in conceivable. Can we please just fire everybody in D.C. and #ResetAmericaToFactoryDefaults ?