This is a transcript of one of Glenn Beck’s radio shows. In it he plays a clip from Odrama’s speech. The reference to epancipation is a reference to Odrama’s mispronouncing the word emancipation. The whole gist of this is that the government wants to read anybody’s email at any time without notice and without a warrant. A completely unconstitutional demand. They also want to infiltrate online groups, websites, and actual face-to-face meeting of groups.
To read the transcript go to: Glenn Beck Transcript
Also see Got Warrant?
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