USPS Invading Our Privacy

I’m definitely not a fan of Yahoo News, however, a story just caught my eye as I was swiping through my phone.

The Postal Service is running a covert operations program that monitors Americans’ social media posts; this was the title to a story covered by Jana Winter.

The first paragraph of this story reads as follows:

“The law enforcement arm of the United States Postal Service has been quietly running a program that tracks and collects Americans’ social media posts, including those about planned protests, according to a document obtained by Yahoo News.”

I can’t believe this! Can you believe this? This act by a government agency we trust is an invasion of privacy. It’s illegal, unconstitutional, and everyone involved should be fired and jailed. I mean seriously, are you kidding me?

Time and time again, I’ve written it in my blog, and I’ve talked about it in videos-Americans need to take a stand on issues where our government is overreaching and violating the U.S. Constitution. We cannot let incidents like this drag on and drag out until they’re forgotten and nothing happens to the people involved.

The other day I was watching the George Floyd trial, and Al Sharpton said the cop (whatever his name was), was convicted because the people never gave up. That’s exactly what I’m saying.

If we catch a government official or agency violating the constitution, we have to push the issue until it’s dealt with.

I’m asking all of you to visit Yahoo News or any other outlet covering this story, and read what’s going on.