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There Is Something Seriously Wrong With This NSA Chart – Can You Spot It?

"Just know that the homeland is safe — be it Tampa, Toronto, or Tijuana — and that it's all thanks to the NSA."


While defending the NSA's massive spying programs during a Wednesday briefing, Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) held up an NSA chart identifying the "Homeland" as the United States…Canada and Mexico.


The Atlantic Wire, the first publication to notice the map's discrepancy, reports:

You may also be surprised to learn that our homeland now includes both Mexico and Canada, two areas that we understood to be autonomous nations that are not part of the United States. Normally, this would be written off as a design goof, as one of the NSA's (newly adept) graphics guys using a little more light blue than he ought.

This being the NSA, we're not inclined to offer that benefit of the doubt. Is this a way of blending in Canadian and Mexican terror activity disruptions (which, we'll remind you, is different from actual plots interrupted) to give a larger sense of the NSA's success at halting terrorism within our borders?

We don't and can't know, of course, since the information about almost all of these 54 events is classified. Just know that the homeland is safe — be it Tampa, Toronto, or Tijuana — and that it's all thanks to the NSA.

Watch the video proof below:

As Yahoo! News points out, the Canadian Press reported that the U.S. wants its police officers to be exempt from Canadian law when participating in cross-border policing operations. So, maybe that's a possibility.

"Or maybe it was just a case of an ignorant staffer not knowing his or her geography? Apparently, 2 out 10 Americans can't find Canada on a map of North America," Yahoo! News adds.


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