IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE A BURDEN

DonutCupCopArticle by Barbara Cornell.

Syndicated from Barbara Cornell’s personal blog.

«Justice Dept. to Congress: Don’t Saddle 4th Amendment on Us;» because: «Demanding warrants would be a burden to law enforcement in addition to ‘the court system.»

That’s right: «Don’t bother us with that…Constitution stuff! Dude! Getting warrants and stuff is such a drag! You’re totally harshing my buzz!»

Dear Mr Law Enforcement Professional,

Obtaining warrants for search and seizure is supposed to be a burden; that’s the whole point: that you can’t invade a person’s privacy unless you actually go to the effort of finding evidence that he’s a danger to someone. The point is: if it isn’t important enough for you to actually get off your duff and work, then it probably is just you being nosy. Due process: that’s what we’re paying you for.

Sincerely,
Private Citizen (whose mundane, boring, legal existence is just simply not your business.)

I’m imagining a scenario where I go to my clients and tell them, «But actually doing what you’re paying me to do is…it’s like…work, man! Let’s be reasonable!»

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JOE BIDEN DECLARES WAR ON THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

Article linked to the image above.  Make no mistake: when someone tells you that you don’t have the inherent right to defend yourself by any means necessary, then that amounts to the initiation of force against you.  Do not register your guns.  When they come to get them, do not relinquish them.  This administration has declared war on you.  If you surrender, you will be enslaved.  Get ready for a fight.