Michael Savage discussed the new National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) signed by Obama into law on December 31, 2011, New Year's Eve. The law includes a provision allowing the President to detain American citizens without trial indefinitely. Savage discussed the law for about two hours on Monday January 2, 2012. This is an edited part of the discussion including but not limited to a military veteran caller from New York City.
Part One of Three
This segment of the Michael Savage Show on Monday January 2, 2012, begins with a caller whose US Rep. told her that this new law, the NDAA, did not apply to American Citizens. Savage explains that her Rep. either lied to her or was not aware of what the act said. This is not unusual, in view of the fact that none of the 435 US Reps. and none of the 100 US Senators or the President read the Health Care Law before they voted to approve it and signed it. The Attorney General of the US attacked an immigration law passed by the Arizona legislature and later admitted that he had not read the law he was attacking.
Part Two of Three
In this final segment Savage discusses the role of the ACLU and US Senator Diane Feinstein (D-CA) in passing this new defense law. This is Part Three of Three