“Listen…the NSA can be nullified.” That’s D.C. comedian John F. O’Donnell as a correspondent on the RT America Show, Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp last week.

Camp and O’Donnell ridicule NSA surveillance while accurately describing the OffNow campaign to thwart unwarranted surveillance through state action.

In response to learning about the anti-commandeering doctrine, Camp said, “So there’s a legal framework behind this. That’s incredible, that’s great!”

Also on the show, John F. O’Donnell closed out with this: “The 4th Amendment Protection Act can disrupt the NSA. If we reach out to our state legislatures about it, this actually will make a difference.”

Behind the humor, a strong message – the OffNow strategy can work!

Mike Maharrey

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