President Joe Biden’s administration has found a legal loophole which will allow it to spy on American citizens without a warrant. The administration is reportedly planning to work with private firms to monitor “extremist chatter by Americans online” because the federal government is legally limited to what they can do without a warrant.
As if we aren’t already being spied on. Everything we say and do is tracked and recorded with our cell phones thanks to the Patriot Act. But the Biden administration wants to take things a step further and is using “third party extremism” as the excuse.
Those who no longer wish to submit to the ruling class and be slaves to the government (which is what government is. It is slavery) are now “domestic terrorists.” The audacity of calling the slaves that the masters rule over and command is unbelievable. If you cannot opt-out of the government, you are a slave, making us all one.
Time to wake up, folks.
As of right now, the Department of Homeland security lacks the authority to spy on dissidents, (those pesky slaves who do not wish to be slaves) but the Biden administration has reportedly found a workaround: using third-party researchers to snoop on so-called “domestic terrorists.” According to a report by RT, in the aftermath of the pro-Trump riot on Capitol Hill in January, the Biden administration, with the support of sympathetic mainstream media outlets and pundits, focused on the intelligence-gathering powers of the state inwards.
Biden added members to a domestic extremism team on the National Security Council, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) declared homegrown “extremists” a “national priority area,” the FBI called for expanded domestic surveillance, and a top Justice Department official last week asked Congress for new powers to prosecute so-called “extremists.” In all cases, the same targets are identified: right-wing dissidents – including militia groups like the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys – who took part in the Capitol riot. –RT
“The plan being discussed inside DHS, according to multiple sources, would, in effect, allow the department to circumvent” laws that limit what the federal government can do in surveilling U.S. citizens without a warrant, CNN reported. “A source familiar with the effort said it is not about decrypting data but rather using outside entities who can legally access these private groups to gather large amounts of information that could help DHS identify key narratives as they emerge.”