Obama Takes Over the Internet Obama Takes Over the Internet
Obama Takes Over the Internet

Obama Takes Over the Internet

Obama Takes Over the Internet

by Steve Eastman, CleanTV

We all breathed a sigh of relief last year when Congress failed to allow the “unplugging” of the Internet during “national emergencies.”

According to a First Amendment research group, what Barack Obama was unable to get through his friends in Congress, he has just obtained by executive order.  EPIC, says the Department of Homeland Security may now “seize private facilities when necessary, effectively shutting down or limiting civilian communications.”

The amazing thing is Obama is hiding this executive order in plain view on the WhiteHouse.gov website.  Assignment of National Security and Emergency Preparedness Communications Functions — sounds innocent enough, doesn’t it?  But buried in all the legalese we find in Section 5.2, part “e”, that the Director of Homeland Security shall “satisfy priority communications requirements through the use of commercial, government, and privately owned communications resources, when appropriate.”

In case you’re wondering what that covers, check out the National Communications website:  “infrastructure includes wireline, wireless, satellite, cable, and broadcasting, and provides the transport networks that support the Internet and other key information systems.”

Presidents have been issuing executive orders since 1789.  Some of the earliest dealt with purchasing supplies for the White House.  223 years later, under Obama, executive orders take the place of Congress.

Where was the mainstream media when this order was signed?  Remember, the big buzz on July 6th was that Spider-Man was going to be a trilogy.  Maybe we could get national attention if Sony Pictures would only produce “Spider-Man Takes on the Internet Snatching Goblin.”

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