USPS is Running Secret Operation to Track Data on Americans Through Social Media

The Deep State is back...

Corruption runs deep when it comes to our government. But just how deep does it go?

Well, personally, I never expected to hear something like this where even the postal service is in on it.

The US government is conspiring with the US postal service to harvest information about social media accounts. While it is true all that is posted in the open is theoretically fair game, the old adage "absolute power corrupts absolutely" is being played to the Nth degree with the Biden administration.

This operation has the name iCOP or Internet Covert Operation Program. The mission of this system is to scour any given page for remarks considered controversial by an overseer. As usual, this rogue operation is solely targeting right-wing/right-leaning groups. It has completely avoided it's own fold - the progressive cancer that has swept across the United States.

iCOP has zeroed in on protests that are possibly on the rise. It is to be noted among their favorite targets are social media platforms like Parler and Telegram which lean toward the conservative side.

It is bad enough that the FBI and CIA spy on Americans in the way that they do, but at least we know that they’re doing it. But the Post Office? I’m fairly up-to-speed on America’s political developments, and I must confess to having had absolutely no idea that there was such a thing as the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) Internet Covert Operations Program (iCOP) — let alone that it “monitored” protests and then issued “bulletins” featuring its findings. Which statute enabled that power, exactly? Is it the “P” in “PATRIOT Act”?

This is absolutely wild. Who would have ever thought that it would be USPS spying on Americans. But maybe that's the point. They would be the last organization that you would expect to spy on you, right? I mean don't they just handle the mail? Apparently not.

National Review

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