The information the Federal Reserve just revealed it has on every American will send a chill down your spine

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Come to find out George Orwell’s 1984 wasn’t actually a work of fiction but rather a blueprint for the ruling class elites authoritarianism.

Many claims once brushed aside as so-called “conspiracy theories” are coming true.

And now the information the Federal Reserve just revealed it has on every American will send a chill down your spine.

Privacy is a myth

The right to privacy is as fundamental of a basic human right as there is.

Since America’s founding, the right to protection against unreasonable search and seizure without a court-ordered warrant by government has always been a top priority for most every freedom-loving American – at least, once Republicans got over the whole “if you aren’t a terrorist, what are you worried about” nonsense in the years following 9/11.

Like many other rights Americans have seen magically disappear, the right to privacy has dwindled away to nearly nothing.

Now, nearly everything Americans do during the day is some government bureaucrat’s business.

You can’t go to the store and buy groceries without your credit card company or bank knowing where you were and, more than likely, exactly what you purchased.

Odds are when you go to work your location, break times, health issues, and internet searches are all known by your employer – not to mention the companies whose products they use to monitor you.

During your drive home, your cell phone’s GPS is constantly mapping your route, giving your phone’s manufacturer, the provider, and likely dozens of app developers your exact location at all times.

When you get home, your Amazon-owned Ring doorbell and security cameras track when you arrive and what you do, devices like the Amazon Echo constantly record every noise made in your home just in case you need to ask Alexa to play your favorite song, and your Amazon-owned Roomba vacuum cleaner is working away in the background to map every square inch of your home’s layout to ensure they know down to tenth of an inch whether you’ve rearranged furniture or remodeled your home.

And when you finally get off your feet, sit on the couch, and scroll through social media or look up random things on the internet, all this information is also being recorded not only by social media companies, Google, or other websites, but also your operating system’s manufacturer, your internet service provider, and pretty much anyone else with a wi-fi connection and enough free time on their hands to Google how to hack your wi-fi modem in less than 10 minutes.

Even your TV provider shares what content you watch and don’t watch with third parties.

But even though every human’s entire life is being monitored, some could care less about all the intrusions as they’ve fallen under the illusion that corporations are only monitoring them to improve their products or services, and would never illicitly share that data with others.

As it turns out, though, the federal government is buying up all the data they can get on every single American city possible.

Your FBI personal data report

A recent report from the Director of National Intelligence has admitted that the United States government is buying ungodly amounts of Americans’ personal data from corporations around the world.

Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines admitted in a report that “In a way that far fewer Americans seem to understand, and even fewer of them can avoid, CAI [commercially available information] includes information on nearly everyone that is of a type and level of sensitivity that historically could have been obtained.”

The report goes on to say that this information has been obtained on Americans from cell phone providers, car manufacturers, and online web browsing sources.

And with that, yet another conspiracy theory has proven as fact.

Many Americans have worried for years about their personal information being snatched up by federal agencies and used against them.

But the government finally admitted that they are violating the Fourth Amendment by spying on American taxpayers by buying their personal data with taxpayer dollars.

Should the government be allowed to buy Americans’ personal data with their tax dollars?