MSNBC hosts Matt Lauer and David Muir were caught in a bit of controversy Wednesday night, as NBC News aired an interview with a man who claimed to be a member of a “federal government” in a video from 2013.
In the clip, which was posted on YouTube by The Daily Caller, the man claims to be the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The man then makes a claim that he can use a “bulk of federal government money” to “take over the world.”
According to the Daily Caller: “I’m not a government official, I’m a conspiracy theorist, and I’m not the FBI, and if you don’t believe me, then you’re just a nut job.”
The FBI is the U.S. Department of Justice and is the agency that investigates conspiracy theories and acts to prevent them from spreading.
The FBI also investigates claims of voter fraud and other matters.
In a statement to the Washington Examiner, the agency said it was “extremely concerned” about the man’s claim, and that the agency was “investigating his claims.”
“The Department of Homeland Security does not comment on specific individuals,” the agency added.
The device is now encrypted and will no longer be able to send data to the internet or send SMS to you or anyone else.
Your Google account will be locked and the password will be reset to an email address that will only be used for accessing your device’s internet and SMS services.
This means that no one can read or access your emails, messages, or other data.
However, you can still log in using your email address, and Google will send you an SMS that will allow you to log in.
It’s not clear if this password reset is permanent, and it’s possible that you could be able back up your data before it’s permanently deleted from the device.
This could be a security risk, as many companies are starting to implement password reset systems for users who have been hacked.
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