Jerry Doyle on air (6.6.2013) giving an excellent rant about the NSA SPYING, the IRS denying the Senate Finance Committee documents relating to the targeting of conservative groups (I have been telling readers that the congress is irrelevant for years) but we still have to comply with the Rule of Law, and asking the question ‘what more can they do, how much more can we take until we say ENOUGH!, and who do we say that to and how do we say it?’ It’s time to stick your elbows out folks.
When we have an opportunity to discuss it on the air, it makes me crazy that the government is this callous with the Constitution and the Rule of Law and the banker gangsters are out of control and the politicians are in bed with the crony crapitalists and here we are, everyday in every way having more and more of our stuff taken away so they can have more stuff. So the haves can keep the have nots from having what the haves have, and now they want all of our information from whatever it is that we are doing because supposedly there is a terrorist lurking around every corner.
I am not going to roll over and play dead to a tyrannical government that thinks that they can use agencies of this government to undermine my Constitutional rights to take away my right of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness and a be a spike strip in the way of people in this country just trying to do what they do everyday.
Constitutional conservatives and Tea Party Patriots have an opportunity arriving soon to change the course of the nation yet again by making your feelings KNOWN to your representatives when it comes to extending provisions of the (fascist) Patriot Act which was passed unread, by a progressive congress, and signed by a globalist president. Even though I disagree with Dennis Kucinich often, as a close friend of mine has said in the past, ‘even a clock is right twice a day’, and continuing to allow this government this kind of power is absolute insanity. Here is one of those ‘line in the sand’ opportunities that we must not allow to pass us by.
As the judge states in this segment, the FBI is allowed to write their own search warrants and those Americans so served may not tell anybody about the warrant or face prosecution. The Patriot Act also allows indefinite detention without charges, and access to any of your personal records because you may possibly commit a terrorist act at some point in the future. Anybody want to guess how big the Monster’s file with DHS is now?
Rep. Dennis Kucinich on the Patriot Act
H.R. 67: To extend expiring provisions of the USA PATRIOT Improvement and Reauthorization Act of 2005 and Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 until February 29, 2012.
Jena Longo – Democratic Deputy Communications Director (202) 224-8374
Nov 17 2010 10:00 AM
Russell Senate Office Building – 253
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation announces the following full committee hearing on Transportation Security Administration oversight.
(Any minute now there will be a ban on video cameras everywhere the Gestapo operates….)
When John Tyner refused the full body scan, he was informed by a TSA gestapo agent that during his full body pat down his groin area was going to be checked which prompted his statement, “if you touch my junk, I’ll have you arrested”.
Mr. Tyner does not plan to fly anymore and believes that more people are taking the same route that he is by traveling by car, bus or train. It also appears that Mr. Tyner was just trying to leave the airport and was not traveling that day.
There were a few people standing around the ticketing area as I tried to leave. Those men told me that I had to go back into the screening area to finish the screening, and I refused. I told them, I’ve already…I don’t have a ticket, I’m not going to be flying today, I’m trying to leave the airport, and I’m not going to be screened as a condition of going on my way and leaving.
If You Touch My Junk, I’ll Have You Arrested
It appears that TSA is going to fine Mr. Tyner $10,000 for not submitting to their screening. Here’s the full story from PeoplesVoice.org:
At the San Diego International Airport yesterday, about one-fifth of the travelers were selected for sexual assault by transportation security agents. Though TSA’s website did not list SAN as one of the airports employing the carcinogenic naked scan or a full body rub down, one man was told his refusal to submit would result in a civil law suit and a $10,000 fine. Under 49 CFR Sec.s 1540.105 and 1540.107, as summarized in these 2004 TSA Sanction Guidelines, apparently TSA has Congressional support to fine people for refusing to submit to molestation.
John Tyner posted his video of the incident and described in detail the experience. At about 3:50 into the first video, Tyner tells TSA agents:
“If you touch my junk, I’m gonna have you arrested.”
“Upon buying your ticket, you gave up a lot of your rights,” said one TSA agent (~8:34).
“The government took them away after 9/11,” he countered.
His father-in-law tried to convince the agents to allow him to be screened by the metal detector since he has an aversion to the x-ray machine and to having his genitals touched by strangers.
“We have our procedures, Sir.”
Agents then filled out a report of the incident, taking down his name and other details. (Second video)
Transportation Security Manager David Silva told agents to have Tyner escorted from the airport. But after his ticket was refunded, he was again detained by security personnel who continued to question him.
In the third video, Tyner’s camera caught the agents on film as they huddled some distance off from him. Here’s where Orwell rises from the dead. In the third video, we see one of the suits using doublespeak:
“For your benefit, can I get a contact number?”
“For my benefit?”
“I think we’re done.”
“Actually, Sir …”
“My benefit has been achieved.”
“No, Sir, I’m trying – I’m trying to get you, give you some mitigating factors, in your – in your favor. Cooperation is one of those mitigating factors.”
“I’m sorry, what mitigating, mitigating what?”
“Remember the, remember the civil penalties I told you you could be subject to for failing to …”
“So are you going to subject him and this officer and the four TSA members who escorted me out to those same penalties?”
“No, Sir, I’m not.”
“They directed me to break the law and they escorted me out and told me my only choice was to leave the airport.”
“Tyner? Was that the name?”
“I think you’ve got a record of it back there. All my pertinent information is on the record you took.”
“I’m just trying to get the right to call you by your name. That’s what –”
“My name is John.”
Tyner then demands to leave while the suit continues to seek his cooperation.
“To what end?” John asked.
“To the end, to the end, to the end that it will look better for you when we bring the case against you that we’re going to bring, okay, if you cooperate.”
“You bring that case,” Tyner said, then walking out of the airport.
Guess who ordered nude body scanners Attorney with multiple constitutional claims confirms orders come straight from the top
Editor’s Note: Some of the links in this report lead to graphic images that have been taken from current airport security scanning procedures. Use caution in viewing the links.
A constitutional attorney preparing to legally challenge the Transportation Security Administration’s enhanced screening procedures – which reveal a virtually nude image of passengers – says airline passengers have Barack Obama to thank for the process.
“Legislation has been proposed to mandate full-body scanners and make them the primary screening method in all U.S. airports by 2013, but Congress has yet to act on it,” John Whitehead, president of the Rutherford Institute, wrote in a new commentary.
“So we can thank President Obama for this frontal assault on our Fourth Amendment rights. Mind you, this is the same man who insisted that ‘we will not succumb to a siege mentality that sacrifices the open society and liberties and values that we cherish as Americans,'” Whitehead said.
“Yet in the wake of the bumbling underwear bomber’s botched Christmas Day attempt to blow up a Detroit-bound plane, Obama directed the Homeland Security Department ‘to acquire $1 billion in advanced-technology equipment, including body scanners, for screening passengers,'” he continued.
Judge Napolitano educating the moos about how fascist the Patriot Act actually is.
Judge Andrew Napolitano Natural Rights and the Patriot Act