Rand Paul celebrates NSA ruling with flash sale on spy cam blockers

by Caitlin Dickson  |  published on May 8, 2015

A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that the National Security Agency’s mass phone record collection program is illegal, and Rand Paul was positively ecstatic about it.

A vocal NSA critic, the Republican senator kicked off his 2016 presidential campaign last month with a pledge to put a stop to the agency’s formerly secret practice of collecting data from U.S. citizens in bulk. Though insistent that it will ultimately be up to the U.S. Supreme Court to end the spying program, Paul praised the appeals court ruling as a “step in the right direction” and a “monumental decision for all lovers of liberty” on Thursday.

To celebrate this monumental decision, Paul announced an impromptu flash sale on his “NSA Spy Cam Blocker” via Twitter.

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