I’m not a big conspiracy theory fan.
I don’t believe the government faked the moon landing in 1969.
I don’t think Adolph Hitler escaped to Argentina.
I’ve never been a guy who’s worried about our government, or any other government, having an interest in anything I’m emailing, texting, or posting.
But I must admit that if any of the information in the Republican memo released recently, or in the Democrat memo that’s likely to be released soon is true, there well may be a need for concern.
Yesterday, one of my more politically incorrect friends sent me a text.
Just prior to hitting the send button on my reply, I did wonder who else might be seeing what I’d written.
It is that realization that those with enough power can find out anything they want to about us that makes me just a bit queasy.
It’s funny that the civil libertarians who have warned us in the past about the intrusion of “big brother” in our lives, have been silent about what seems to have been an attempt to spy on Americans for their own purposes prior to and after the 2016 Presidential election.
That’s the way I see it.