NSA purges 685 million call records linked to investigations

Did the NSA purge 685 million calls knowing that some incriminate corrupt politicians or members of the deep state?

(INTELLIHUB) — The National Security Agency has purged 685 million stored communications linked to investigations in what appears to be an effort to ditch calls and metadata could have incriminated corrupt politicians or members of the deep state such as Hillary Clinton or Robert Mueller.

A statement released by the agency last Thursday confirms that the records were deleted toward the end of May and that a number of the calls collected by the agency were not authorized for legal collection in the first place.

In other words, the NSA has been illegally spying on select members of the American populace since 2015, but the question is: Did the NSA purge 685 million calls knowing that some incriminate corrupt politicians or members of the deep state?

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