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1   APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch   ignore (38)   2018 Sep 4, 12:04pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Why aren't these cops wearing ski masks? Run their pictures through facebook and you can ID them in a second or less and then send in your ISIS compadres to hunt them and their wives down and burn their cities and eat their kids and pets, which happens every day between lunch and smoke break, we all know.
2   HEYYOU   ignore (25)   2018 Sep 4, 12:07pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

kover says: "You'll be wiretapped if you make a phone call and tracked by license plate readers if you drive.

If you go to a baseball game or Disneyland, you'll need to give your fingerprints, be molested, and be made to carry a microchip."

Someone,somewhere knows everything we type.I would like to thank all the Republicans,Democrats & non-voters for intending this invasion of privacy.
126,000,000 - D & R voters
140,000,000 - non-voters

266,000,000 -losers
Now we know who is responsible for the slow destruction of America.
When SHTF everyone will have shit on their faces.
Paul Mooney: 'We are going to hang together or we will hang separately but we are all going to hang.'
3   Patrick   ignore (1)   2018 Sep 4, 5:47pm   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

North Dakota Highway Patrol troopers working near the Dakota Access Pipeline protests are not wearing name tags, due to concerns about officers being threatened online.

"Early on when the protests were starting, there were numerous incidents of social media posts identifying officers by their name and posting of specific threats towards those officers on social media," Lt. Tom Iverson said.

Iverson said officers also were advised to monitor their social media accounts to make sure they were not providing identifying information for "someone that would want to do harm to you or your family."

Troopers were notified by email on Aug. 13 and the change took place the following Monday, he said.

They are still wearing badges with their numbers, which would allow anyone to report an officer who acted badly.

Iverson said the threatening posts were found through simple keyword searches on social media sites, such as Facebook. He would not share the posts with the Tribune, citing an ongoing criminal investigation.

"It makes no difference what they take off; they're still here," said Frank White Bull, a tribal councilman on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.

Protecting officers from leftist violence makes sense.

Remember: all political violence comes from the left these days.

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