Yesterday the Washington Examiner reported, “Attorney General Eric Holder can imagine a scenario in which it would be constitutional to carry out a drone strike against an American on American soil, he wrote in a letter to Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.”
Oh no. Holder said “can imagine.”
Politico reported that Sen. Rand Paul said this means “Americans could be killed while they’re ‘eating dinner’ or ‘at a cafe.’”
In other words, that means people like me who eat a lot are more likely to be killed by a drone. This is terrible news for the restaurant business…
Even CNN is covering the story! They are reporting, “Attorney General Eric Holder is not entirely ruling out a scenario under which a drone strike would be ordered against Americans on U.S. soil, but says it has never been done previously and he could only see it being considered in an extraordinary circumstance.”
Maybe an “extraordinary circumstance” would be when you order that double quarter-pounder with cheese or when you decide to supersize the fries…
After reading these articles I am seriously thinking about going another level deeper in my underground bunker.
The big question: Will they equip the drones with tanks so they can spray chemicals (Chemtrails)?
With the plans of the Feds out in the open, can it only be a matter of time before the Feds come after us? Montana’s glorious state legislature and 10 other states are already on it!
If that wasn’t bad enough, Breitbart.com is reporting “Recently uncovered government documents reveal that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) unmanned Predator B drone fleet has been customize designed to identify civilians carrying guns and track cell phone signals.”
Son of a gun – and they are already using them! Read on…
Breitbart also reported, “The first known domestic use of a drone to arrest a U.S. citizen occurred last year in the small town of Lakota, North Dakota when rancher Rodney Brossart was arrested for refusing to return six of his neighbor’s cows that had wandered on to his property.”
Next up some Sheriff will probably call in a drone when there’s a dispute between neighbors over a football that went over the fence. Some states want the local sheriff to be the supreme law of the land. That means they may be in charge of the drones, too.
Now may be the time to follow the orders of Lt. Dan Taylor (of Forrest Gump fame), “Get down! Shut up!”
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