Thursday, December 19, 2013

NSA And Obama's Personal White House Phone Lines Hacked

The White House is looking into who hacked into the president's personal phonelines, including his cellphone.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 19, 2013

Washington, D.C. - Since Monday, the White House internal executive security has been investigating an alleged unauthorized hacking of President Barack H. Obama's personal phonelines at the White House, including his cellphone. The NSA and the five panel secret judges have also been compromised by unknown hackers, according to leaked intelligence reports on the Internet and social networks.
The NSA has been hacking and gathering massive metadata from millions of Americans, which recently a federal judge ruled that it was unconstitutional. Under the Obama administration and authorization, the NSA tapped into personal cellphones and phone lines of other foreign presidents and world leaders to get their dirty skeletons from the closets. It wouldn't be a surprise,  if in return they also hacked into the NSA and the White House.
The White House is keeping the hacking under wraps and won't confirm, if an investigation has determined that other foreign nations are responsible for the hacking. The NSA is also not saying anything about their metadata being compromised due to a national security issue.
It seems, that whistleblower Edward Snowden isn't the only one with secret files from the NSA. But Snowden is now being credited for taking down the NSA by exposing their illegal wiring tapping and the massive illegal metadata gathering of information from millions of Americans and foreign leaders as well.
Snowden will definitely take credit for removing the military head of the NSA and the foreseeable replacement of the corrupt five panel of secret judges who approved the illegal gathering of data, which has nothing to do with preventing terrorism.

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