Local police chiefs and sheriffs typically swear to enforce the laws of their state. But a group called the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association is intent on strictly enforcing their view of the U.S. Constitution and, according to a long new piece by the Center for Public Integrity, “its ambition is to encourage law enforcement officers to defy laws they decide themselves are illegal.” In essence, they are troubled by the overreach of the federal government in matters concerning guns, taxes and land management, and founder Richard Mack has described the federals as “the greatest threat we face today,” and his association as “the army to set our nation free.”
In an interview with Julia Harte and former Post reporter R. Jeffrey Smith, Mack said he had enlisted “several hundred” of the more than 3,000 sheriffs around the country as members of the CSPOA, and that hundreds more are sympathetic. At the association’s 2014 convention, dozens of sheriffs signed a declaration that they would not tolerate any federal agent who attempted to register firearms, arrest someone or seize property in their counties without their consent.
Don’t paint the police with a broad brush. Yes, there are scumbags in our police ranks and they need to be removed from their positions as law officers. But for every piece of shit, there’s three good ones that genuinely care about their community, dispense the law fairly and understand that being a law officer means holding themselves to an even higher standard than the citizens they protect. The men referenced in the article above are firmly in the latter category.
Hint: It’s not “effective security”.
The work of our two Committees has documented a recurring pattern of mismanagement and waste at the Transportation Security Administration. Add to this an unending string of video clips, photographs and news reports about inappropriate, clumsy and even illogical searches and screenings by TSA agents. Americans are right to demand answers from TSA about the return on investment of their tax dollars.
Monday’s joint Committee hearing represents yet another opportunity for TSA to try to explain why Americans are subjected to procedures that sometimes appear to defy logic and why the agency continues on a security system procurement binge. The committee will be asking questions about the effectiveness of five major security initiatives that together represent billions dollars of government spending. Understanding the cost for security programs as well as their benefits will help address the question: is it security theater or effective security?
Also, check out this video from Info Wars: TSA: Misconduct At The Highest Levels
-95% of the guns unmarked agents have attempted to smuggle through security have successfully gotten through.
-TSA employees have stolen over 30 million dollars in passenger belongings.
–They have not caught a single terrorist.
So the TSA is not about security. What it is about:
-Convincing you there’s a serious terrorist threat around every corner so that you’ll be more willing to allow all encompassing, unconstitutional domestic spying.
-Getting you comfortable with giving up your rights, specifically the 4th Amendment of the Constitution
-Brain-washing fathers everywhere that they should tolerate their wives and children being groped by human excrement dressed in a blue uniform.
It is nothing but expensive theatre meant to program you.
I thought walls were bad?
It was all predictable as long as you passed high school economics.
Disgusting. Worse yet, not a single person in government has been held accountable for poisoning thousands of people.
A limited hangout or partial hangout is, according to former special assistant to the Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency Victor Marchetti, “spy jargon for a favorite and frequently used gimmick of the clandestine professionals. When their veil of secrecy is shredded and they can no longer rely on a phony cover story to misinform the public, they resort to admitting—sometimes even volunteering—some of the truth while still managing to withhold the key and damaging facts in the case. The public, however, is usually so intrigued by the new information that it never thinks to pursue the matter further.”
This is what we’re seeing with the ridiculous buzz regarding the 28 classified 9/11 pages and Saudi Arabia’s involvement.
There are certain concepts that I try very diligently to get across to the audience here at this blog. One of them I haven’t talked directly about in the past but it bears mentioning now:
There is no organic reporting on the part of the Mainstream Media. None.
Every major story revolves around pushing someone’s agenda to the masses. Taking my word on that, the question you should now be asking yourself is: Why are we being directed to hate Saudi Arabia?
Who knows? I don’t. But it’s very clear that’s the endgame. It’s not as if the Federal Government is going to give us genuine 9/11 truth. The cabal doesn’t try very hard to hide what they’re doing these days so my guess is that it will become apparent soon.
And by the way, don’t sweat it that Saudi Arabia is threatening to pull $750 billion dollars worth of assets out of the U.S. Economy and crash it if the 28 documents are declassified and they’re found to be partially at blame for the 9/11 terror attacks. If the bill was passed and SA was found to be partially at fault, those assets would simply be seized by the U.S. Federal Government.
We certainly live in interesting times.
The report, published by Sandler Research, says that demand for surveillance drones is driving growth, with new systems that deploy water canons to “handle large crowds and demonstration(s)” also proving popular.
Riot control systems are expected to “generate revenues of over USD 3.5 billion by the end of 2020,” with North America being one of the primary growth areas for upgraded weapons due to “militarization of the police department and other law enforcement agencies” in the aftermath of the 2014 riots in Ferguson, Missouri.
Purchases of long-range acoustic devices, whips, batons and armored vehicles that will be used to “disperse, control, and arrest people involved in riots and protests” are also on the increase.
“Demand for such equipment is expected to rise during the next few years,” states the report, with authorities in Iran, Egypt, Russia, China, and Thailand also spending increased amounts on riot control equipment in advance of potential social disorder.
Golly, it’s almost as if there’s a “global plan” to disrupt the citizenry. I’m sure our wise overlords in government won’t take advantage of that for their own gain.