Former National Security Agency general counsel Stewart Baker on Monday called Apple “arrogant” in his analysis of the company’s ongoing legal feud with the FBI over the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters, according to The Guardian. Stewart Baker is arrogant for not understanding the 4th amendment of the US Constitution. I know that Apple has given the Federal government info on 70 devices in the past, but I feel as if Apple finally understands what the NDAA and Patriot Act truly now stands for. Both of these bills label American citizens as enemies of the United States, which both state that you can be held in custody without a trial or due process rights. These people are not out to get terrorist, for the mass surveillance state has done nothing at all to catch terrorist. Terrorist only succeeded in assaulting a special needs clinic while these bills were both viable. When rights are taken away terrorist succeed in their assaults. Remember when our Constitution wasn't getting destroyed in Washington, and these mass shooting events only took place like once a year? The police state under the NSA, NDAA, and Patriot Act has only made American citizens more accessible to an attack. If we get back to Constitutional law America will only be safer, but if you want the security state be ready to be attacked by anyone and everyone. Notice how they use terrorism to push the agenda of the DC establishment?