Republican Georgia Rep. Jody Hice sent a letter Tuesday to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) demanding answers over reports the government agency tracked the location data from millions of Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Daily Caller first obtained the letter spearheaded by Hice and signed by 39 House Republicans. In the letter, the lawmakers mention an article from VICE, which reported the CDC spent $420,000 to obtain data from a data broker company named SafeGraph. The outlet obtained CDC documents reportedly showing their plans with the “highly controversial data broker” and stated that the data was used to monitor Americans as they visited neighbors, schools, pharmacies, gyms and even their places of worship.
“Americans are a free people with God-given rights protected by the Constitution. The CDC trampled on those rights when it used cell phone data to track whether Americans complied with their draconian
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