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Miss Alabama: ‘Like I Totally Love When the Gov’t Spies on Me!’

Do you love liberty and your freedom? Are you outraged that the government keeps trying to snatch yours away only to replace it with a false sense of security?

Well, watch this:

by Melissa Melton, TruthStream Media:

That’s right. During the 2013 Miss America Pageant, Miss Alabama was asked about the National Security Agency turning its mission against the American people via PRISM:

Actress Wendie Malick: “Government tracking of phone records has been in the news lately…is this an invasion of privacy or necessary to keep our country safe, why or why not?”

Miss Alabama: “I think the society that we live in today, it’s sad that if we go to the movies or to the airport or even to the mall that we have to worry about our safety, so I would rather someone track my telephone messages and feel safe wherever I go than feel like they’re…um…encroaching on my privacy.” [emphasis added]

*horrifying audience applause*

This is true Orwellian doublespeak at its finest.

So, besides the fact that not only does Miss Alabama appear to have totally bought in to the government brainwashing propaganda that somehow if the government tracks her phone messages it will automatically make her feel safe wherever she goes, but the second part of what she said doesn’t even make any sense.

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2 comments to Miss Alabama: ‘Like I Totally Love When the Gov’t Spies on Me!’

  • steelerdude

    Cant fix stupid…doesnt take much brains to be in that contest I guess…cant imagine what her checkbook looks like…


    Most young people her age are dumb and stupid like her, they are not in touch with reality. All they Know is Lebron James,Beyonce and Barrack “Hail Leader” Obama. We as Americans today are doomed!

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