FOIA Documents: DHS Monitored Opposition to ‘See Something, Say Something’ ProgramFederal agency tracked Infowars stories, user comments
Paul Joseph Watson
Aug. 20, 2012
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Hundreds of pages of documents released under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that the Department of Homeland Security monitored political opposition to the See Something, Say Something campaign, as well as tracking Infowars stories and user comments on a myriad of other issues while categorizing the website as “Right Wing Terrorism”.