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They are Showing us The Govt Battlespace for 2024 and What We Will Face

Posted on 11/30/23 at 8:43 am
Posted by GumboPot
Member since Mar 2009
118551 posts
Posted on 11/30/23 at 8:43 am
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Yesterday we noted the warrant demand from Special Counsel Jack Smith to Twitter, that included the demand for all information on Donald Trump’s account that relates to his followers and supporters. {LINK} However, the element for this focus is the granular demand for user metadata, and the bigger picture for 2024.

Within the warrant:



The U.S. government requested and received the metadata for accounts connected to, and in alignment with, President Donald J Trump.

That’s billions of billions of datapoints on millions of American citizens, their locations, their devices, their ip addresses and ultimately their real identities and connected activity as attributed to -and connected with- their connected social media accounts. Essentially, turning Donald J Trump into the center of a surveillance virus.

People then say how could the Jack Smith special counsel possibly comb through all of those users and all of that connected metadata. The answer is Artificial Intelligence; but the serious concern comes when you combine the metadata, AI organization and the previous announcements from DHS.

If you have followed my outlines on this issue [Category Here], you will note exactly where this latest Jack Smith development falls on the continuum. The 2024 election is right around the corner. Previously I stated the artificial intelligence (AI) component to the internet surveillance system was going to launch toward the end of this year. Then DHS announced exactly that [SEE HERE].


I find it very interesting the DHS memo was issued on August 8th, but only published for the general public September 14th. July and August were when I first identified a new set of AI spider crawls underway as launched by Google. Pay very, very close attention to the two underlined words in the following paragraph:



Take out the word “improper” and the admission is, DHS uses AI to profile, target and discriminate. In the second sentence, DHS currently participates in systemic, indiscriminate and/or large-scale monitoring, surveillance, or tracking of individuals.

The only thing those sentences in the paragraph say, is that DHS will not allow AI to create improper outcomes within a system they outline that already exists.

Stop and reread that last sentence as much as needed. Inasmuch as this DHS guidance is telling us the rules for Homeland Security (DHS) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) as they use AI, they are also outlining what current processes of surveillance would be enhanced by it.

DHS’ AI task force is coordinating with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency on how the department can partner with critical infrastructure organizations “on safeguarding their uses of AI and strengthening their cybersecurity practices writ large to defend against evolving threats.”

What are those critical infrastructure organizations? They include voting systems. Who or what are those evolving threats? You!


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This is the team now that will define for DHS how to focus their 2024 targeting efforts.




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Now does Elon Musk’s commentary make sense. He is trying to extricate himself from the downstream culpability he carries as an outcome of his platform ownership. Musk even said Twitter may collapse.

Prior to his statement yesterday, Elon Musk talked to Joe Rogan about the scale and scope of U.S. government involvement in the operation of Twitter as an information and opinion platform. Musk said, “the degree to which Twitter was an arm of the government was not well understood by the public.” {link}

Twitter was being used as an intelligence gathering operation, and with that in mind the recently disclosed metadata demand to Musk just made all the prior metadata capture legal.

WE THE PEOPLE are the threat they need to control.

The need for control is a reaction to fear.


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Posted by LSUbest
Coastal Plain
Member since Aug 2007
10712 posts
Posted on 11/30/23 at 9:28 am to
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Twitter was being used as an intelligence gathering operation
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the degree to which Twitter was an arm of the government was not well understood by the public.


They were doing it without a warrant.
Posted by GumboPot
Member since Mar 2009
118551 posts
Posted on 11/30/23 at 9:32 am to
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They were doing it without a warrant.


Because Jack was giving them permission. The cops can search your house with a warrant or your permission. Elon probably still does give them permission but not to the extent that Jack did. Heck, Jack just let the feds rummage through the twitter house unsupervised. At least Elon is making it a little more difficult for the feds.
Posted by WhiskeyThrottle
Weatherford Tx
Member since Nov 2017
5288 posts
Posted on 11/30/23 at 9:40 am to
I'm still shocked that the swamp allowed Musk to purchase Twitter. While Musk may have differing opinions of conservatives at times, his move has uncovered more than I realized was going on at Twitter. And for that, I believe the man is a true American loving patriot.

One of Trump's first moves when he gets back in office needs to address the governments overreach in regards to data collection.
Posted by LSUbest
Coastal Plain
Member since Aug 2007
10712 posts
Posted on 11/30/23 at 9:41 am to
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Because Jack was giving them permission.


I think Jack was doing it for them, the KGB financially supported twitter, he did what they asked.

It seems like they are coming for the first, not the second.
But only our first is in jeopardy - not theirs.
Classic feint.
Posted by GumboPot
Member since Mar 2009
118551 posts
Posted on 11/30/23 at 9:45 am to
If Twitter/X does go under it will be interesting what social media platform will fill the void and how the feds respond.

There is a point were economics of scale do not work on social media platforms like TD. If you are not getting new users per bit of data the value is not there for the advertisers and the costs is born by the platform company. It's probably why Chicken doesn't allow this site to host video. Video is a data hog so it cost more money with no real increase in viewership.
Posted by LSUbest
Coastal Plain
Member since Aug 2007
10712 posts
Posted on 11/30/23 at 9:53 am to
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One of Trump's first moves when he gets back in office needs to address the governments overreach in regards to data collection.


They ain't going back to prison.
Posted by teke184
Zachary, LA
Member since Jan 2007
94678 posts
Posted on 11/30/23 at 9:54 am to
I call bottom bunk at the camps.
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