Wednesday, February 20, 2013

This needs more publicity, although it is in fact just one more brick in the wall of the destruction of our country.

  "Two out of every three people reading this could have your electronic devices searched, without there being any reasonable suspicion, because the Department of Homeland Security has decided that such search and seizures do not violate your Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure. Border agents don’t need probable cause and they don’t need a stinking warrant since they don’t need to prove any reasonable suspicion first. Nor, sadly, do two out of three people have First Amendment protection; it is as if DHS has voided those Constitutional amendments and protections they provide to nearly 200 million Americans."

I was just talking with another very conservative friend yesterday, and during the course of that conversation, he commented that he disagreed with the ACLU on almost every issue, yet he was glad that they were out there.  Looky who has published this map!

1 comment:

  1. This:
    ...should assist to explain what this exception is; it remains to be continuously observed how law enforcement abuses this exception and takes full advantage of a public that is largely unaware of their rights constitutional rights as related to this exception and unwilling to stand up for their remaining rights (or aspects of) when confronted by abusive police engaged in misconduct/dereliction of duty.