The NSA was asked by Senator Sanders whether or not the NSA, in any way, spied on members of Congress. Senator Sanders also outlined what he meant by spying. It was a great letter which left little wiggle room.

The NSA response was predictable and a non-answer answer. In short the NSA did everything it could to not have to admit that, under Senator Sanders description of spying, the NSA *does* spy on congress.

Posted by Ben Brooks