Well, well, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif) has accused the CIA of breaking the law by spying on Senate staffers, accusing the CIA of trying to intimidate Congress and she’s “not taking it lightly.” Basically, she was outraged about the spying on Congress and made sure everyone knew it, including the fact that her words have gone global. Wow, does this sound familiar? I wonder what Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany thought about Ms. Feinstein’s outrage, about being spied on?
When American citizens criticized the NSA about spying on them, collecting data from their emails and phone calls, Ms. Feinstein was all for it. I guess she thought that she was above the laws that she voted for and felt were necessary to keep the rest of us in line, you know, her Employers, the American people.
All I can say is, "what goes around, comes around." Sorry, Dianne, I hate to break the news to you, but from where I sit you are no more royalty than I am. ss