The Deep State tried to cover their tracks.
But they couldn’t hide the real truth.
Now, the NSA is getting excoriated for one big lie about their secret spying.
One of the biggest tactics of spy agencies worldwide, not just in the U.S., has been to force tech companies to build “backdoors” into their encryption services.
These “backdoors” allow spies to hack in and read whatever content they want, whether it be text messages, emails, DM’s, or anything – from anybody in the world, including American citizens.
Of course, these agencies are incredibly secretive and are rarely honest about how extensive their power truly is.
That’s why, when it was revealed that the U.S. government was working on new encryption standards that would protect them against hacking, and that the NSA was helping with this, many wondered whether that means that the NSA would include backdoors into the encryption.
But the NSA attempted to cover their tracks about encryption backdoors and say that they wouldn’t be built into these standards.
According to Gizmodo, “The U.S. has been working on new encryption standards meant to withstand the powers of quantum computing, an emergent technology that will supposedly involve machines capable of high-octane mathematical calculations that can crack current-day encryption algorithms without breaking a sweat.”
“The National Security Agency has also been helping out with the development of these new encryption standards, though it’s not totally clear how. Don’t worry though! The NSA swears that the new protocols are so secure that even its own band of keyboard warriors can’t hack them. And the NSA would never put a backdoor in an encryption standard, right?”
Gizmodo then goes on to list all the reasons to believe the NSA is probably lying, and is almost certainly building backdoors into the encryption, allowing them to spy on Americans indiscriminately.
They listed too many examples to fit here, but a few highlights include:
“In 2015, networking products manufacturer Juniper Networks announced that a suspected backdoor had been discovered inside the operating system that runs its firewalls. The NSA is long suspected of having been involved or having been inadvertently responsible for security weaknesses that allowed hackers to get inside the devices.”
In other words, they built a backdoor into a company’s operating system without them even knowing.
“In 2020, Congress tried to get a straight answer out of the NSA as to whether it was still planting backdoors in U.S.-made hardware and software. Then NSA staffer Anne Neuberger said: “We don’t share specific processes and procedures.”
“In February, it was reported that a backdoor affecting most Linux distributions had been discovered. The backdoor, dubbed ‘Bvp47,’ was reportedly ‘linked’ to the Equation Group, a well-known hacking group inside the NSA.”
It’s clear what’s going on here. The NSA, and other Deep State agencies who they share data with, want absolute power over the American political system.
And they are willing to steal information and lie about it in order to achieve that power. There is no greater threat to American liberty in the world right now than this.