Obama is about to surrender the internet to international powers in a couple of months and Evangelist Franklin Graham is calling President Barack Obama’s decision “dangerous” and “a shame.” Writing on his Facebook page Thursday, Graham said of the Obama administration’s move to turn over government control of the Domain Naming System (DNS) to a private international organization based in California:

“This isn’t smart. It’s another dangerous decision in a long line of bad policy moves by our government. This could potentially weaken our country and allow others access that could bring us harm.” The transfer is set to occur on October 1 and some conservative groups, although not oppposed in principle like Graham, still argue that it is a subversion of congressional authority. TechFreedom president Berin Szóka said Tuesday that the move is “a deliberate affront to Congress.” CONTINUE