This sounds like something North Korea would do. There is no longer any question that America has become a police state:
“The shadow government controls the deep state and manipulates our elected government behind the scenes,” Shipp warned in a recent talk at a Geoengineeringwatch.org conference.Shipp had a series of slides explaining how the deep state and shadow government functions as well as the horrific crimes they are committing against U.S. citizens.
Source: High-Ranking CIA Agent Blows Whistle On The Deep State And Shadow Government | Zero Hedge
Chants of “Kill the bill, don’t kill us” echoed through the Senate visitor galleries Tuesday afternoon while lawmakers cast votes to move forward on debate surrounding the possible repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Capitol police officers arrested a number of protesters, many of them members of the disability rights group ADAPT, and even admonished some journalists who were covering the demonstration to stop taking photos and videos.According to multiple tweet reports from journalists present at the galleries, Capitol police demanded that journalists—including those from the Daily Beast, the Huffington Post and the New York Post—delete photos and videos of the demonstration.
Source: Capitol Police Crack Down on Media, Order Journalists to Delete Photos and Videos | Alternet
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The government wants to expand the police state under our very noses. And they do it because Congress is unaccountable. We reelect 95% of them every 2 years. Only a few are putting up a fight. We must be vigilant or we won’t have any rights left:
A battle is brewing on Capitol Hill over a seemingly small change to federal hacking powers that critics say will authorize sweeping government surveillance.
Unless Congress moves by December to block the change, judges will be allowed to grant a single warrant for multiple electronic searches in different locations — even when investigators don’t know the physical location of a device.