Visiting Certain Websites Can Land You on the No-Fly List1 min read

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This may not surprise you, but visiting certain websites may land you on the no-fly list.

No, that doesn’t mean you were put on trial. That doesn’t mean that a warrant was issued, and surveillance was conducted on you.

Just by virtue of you visiting certain websites, you may permanently be banned from flying ever again, without due process.

I’m not making this up — President Obama himself admitted this is so:

“I just came from a meeting, today, in the situation room, in which I’ve got people who we know have been on ISIL websites living here in the United States – US citizens. And we’re allowed to put them on the no fly list when it comes to airlines…”

Tyler Durden of Zerohedge goes on to say:

Based on browser history – pardon? What the president just confirmed is that someone from the government is noting everyone’s browsing history, determining which websites are not to be visited, and furthermore, if someone does visit the website for whatever reason they get put on a no fly list.

This isn’t necessarily shocking, but it should get people to understand that the government does in fact know much more than they let on. After all, this NSA data center in Utah wasn’t built for nothing…

See for yourself (relevant section starts at 1:55):

Aaron Graves

Aaron Graves

Aaron Graves is a veteran and a staunch libertarian, consistently breaking ranks with his Conservative friends on social issues, and with his Liberal friends on economic issues. He is also the guy that wrote the crap that you just read. Sic Semper Tyrannis

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