Via  Lee Williams @HT_GunWriter

I have always been a strong supporter of law enforcement. As someone who spent 10 years with a badge in his billfold, I’ve always believed it was a citizen’s duty to help out police when asked.

That sentiment ended seven months ago.

The Biden-Harris administration has weaponized law enforcement — especially at the federal level — to support their political goals and ambitions, as these videos clearly illustrate.

The special agents wanted to question the homeowner about a Facebook group he belonged to, which, last time I checked, was protected by the First Amendment.

So, the FBI shows up at your door … (

Click on the link above and watch the videos.

“You may know somebody who put the hair on the back of your head up”

Yep, you.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

9 thoughts on “Thoughtcrime patrols roaming neighborhoods and asking questions about Americans. ”
    1. The FBI was the Democrat Stasi the day Hoover started. Until recently, they’ve had really good PR, but no more.
      They are officially the Democrat Party Stasi

    2. Knocking on the door asking to talk is not violating the Constitution. Where it would have gone, who knows. But there’s nothing illegal, immoral, or unconstitutional about asking to talk.

      That said, I wouldn’t talk to them either.

      1. GMC, there’s a bunch of jurisprudence about Constitutional issues that uses the term “chilling effect”. I take that to refer to actions that, while perhaps just barely legal by the letter of the Constitution, affect ordinary citizens in a manner that gets in the way of their full enjoyment of their liberties.
        The FBI showing up on your doorstep in any situation for any excuse is, in my view, a classic example of a “chilling effect”. And for that reason it should be considered seriously improper.

        That of course ignores the fact that working for the FBI at all is unconstitutional, since there is nothing in Article 1 that authorizes the existence of such an agency.

      2. Them knocking on doors is not violating the Constitution, but it is shady. They aren’t their for your benefit. They have an agenda and they are hoping to put you into an equation where they get an outcome they want. They are experts at trapping people, as Divemedic mentions.

        In that video, look how the conversation changed once the guy jokes about getting paid….they jumped on that right away. Not good, stop talking, and politely decline any further interaction.

  1. This is what they do- the FBI asks you to cooperate. Then they get you to make two statements that are contradictory. Now they have you on lying to the FBI. They don’t even have to pay you that way. Cooperate or go to jail.

    I don’t talk to cops without a good attorney present. Cops don’t even talk to cops without a union provided attorney.

  2. Divemedic is correct. You should never talk to the FBI without an attorney present. The FBI should be perfectly willing to agree. Make sure your attorney records, videotapes and has someone taking YOUR notes. Let the lawyer ask and answer all your questions for you. And tell your lawyer the truth, even if it is about affairs and bad stuff. No, it isn’t cheap, but it is better than spending a couple years in jail, or ending up as their cat’s paw and snitch for the next twenty years.

    Be careful, or you may end up like Randy Weaver with half your family shot dead by the same FBI.

    If they demand you immediately talk to them without your attorney present, Claim the Fifth Amendment, and STFU except to say you will talk to them after you have engaged a lawyer, and not a second before. Say nothing. Not even have a nice day, and especially not, “F— Off Fascist.”

Only one rule: Don't be a dick.

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