A wireless provider with ties to the secret dark money group the Democracy Alliance is pushing back against the Obama administrationâ€™s surveillance of customers. CREDO Mobile cofounder Michael Kieschnick said on Thursday he was â€œdeeply disturbedâ€ by the administrationâ€™s invasion of individualâ€™s civil liberties.
â€œAs the CEO of a mobile phone company, Iâ€™m deeply disturbed by the Obama administrationâ€™s growing record of executive power grabs at the expense of constitutionally guaranteed civil liberties,â€ Kieschnick said in a statement to CNN Money.
Kieschnick is a member of the invite-only progressive Democracy Alliance. The exclusive group since 2005 has funneled more than $500 million into liberal organizations such as the pro-Obama Super PAC Priorities USA Action and the Center for American Progress, the influential liberal think tank.
Kieschnick has contributed millions to pro-Obama special interest groups through CREDO Mobileâ€™s liberal activism network, CREDO Action, including the League of Conservation Voters and Planned Parenthood.
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