Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and Republican presidential candidate railed at the practices of US intelligence agencies during his keynote speech in Baltimore, Tuesday, saying he understood the brewing anger in the US. Delivering his address at the Baltimore County Good Old Party (GOP) annual dinner fundraiser, Rand told the crowd that US President Barack Obama and the National Security Agency had gone “too far” in collecting American citizens’ internet and phone records. He added that the Patriot Act, brought in during the Bush era and secretly used to validate the collecting of phone records of millions of Americans, was little help in catching the Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Paul went on to explain that he understood the current anger in the US today, pointing to Ferguson and the reported mistreatment of minority communities by police and officials.
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