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Deep-State Martial Law Crackdown Will Enlist Local Police to Enforce

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:

The awake and and aware of us completely understand the dormant plans for martial law and widespread FEMA camp detentions. Old documents, such as REX 84 to the newer documents, Army FM 39.4, make it clear that trouble is on the way. However, and until now, martial law and the potential for mass roundups was solely under the jurisdiction and participation of the Federal government. However, there is a dramatic sea change taking place with regard to martial law only being a Federal endeavor. It no longer is just a federal endeavor, we are seeing signs that martial law is going local.

What these events tell us, is that the 10th Amendment and local rule will soon be coming to an end.

Consider these 3 stories, which point to Federal martial law capabilities at the local level of government. The following 3 storeis involve random assassination of potential protestors, random and extreme unconstitutional full-body searches and the use of weaponized drones to enforce the “new laws”. And enforcement is performed by local authorities.

After reading this article, it will be difficult to conclude that this is anything but the Deep-State recruiting the sound of millions of marching feet to enforce the coming martial law crackdown.

Snipers On the Roof at Football Games

In an absolutely insane turn of events, a member of the Arkansas State Representatives, Charlie Collins, has said he wants sniper teams deployed at college football games. He has said that he want snipers on the roof at home football games in order to keep people safe from harm.

When Collins was queried about the reality of actually having snipers on the roof at the University of Arkansas’ football stadium, Collins told KARK: ‘Count on it.’

Collins is not a total flake. He does support HB 1249 which allows concealed-carry on public spaces in Arkansas. Interesting dichotomy on his contradictory positions.

Ft. Disney Goes TSA On Its Patrons

Beginning today, April 3, 2017, to board the monrail to go to Disney, one must submit to a full body grope, TSA-style search, is performed prior to reaching the theme park entrance. This includes boarding the park’s monrails, buses and ferryboats.

Because the theme park’s metal detectors have been moved to the transportation center and ticketing, all hotel guests will also go through TSA-type groping. The theme park will utlize private contractors to carry out this abuse of the public.

It is a complete mystery why anyone would subject themselves to such tyranny. I will never go to a Disney them park again. However, there are indeed millions of sheep that will submit to this East German Stasi-style security because they “have nothing to hide”.

Connecticut Allowing Deadly Drones for Local Police Use

The subtitle is correct in that Connecticut is moving to allow the police use weaponized drones for local police enforcement. The bill allows the police to stet their own proceedural standards which is essentially handing the police a blank check. North Dakota has a similar law.

“We have huge concerns that they would use this new technology to abuse our communities…we have received calls from around the country from NAACP officials and others concerned about the Connecticut legislation.” said Scot X. Esdaile, president of state chapter of the NAACP.

Once this comes into play, all the states will follow suit. If you have seen the TV series, Colony, which portrays the epitome of a police state, then you already have the mental image on how the drones will be used. They will be used to enfoce dusk to dawn curfews and no-go zones.

Needless to say, this is a very disturbing development and marks a low-point for police-community relations.

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