Police State Escalates War on Freedom of Speech

Police State Escalates War on Freedom of Speech By Kurt Nimmo According to the MAGA nationalists, the “deep state” only persecutes “conservatives” while liberals get a free pass. The Gestapo-style raid of liberal journalist Max Blumenthal earlier this week demonstrates quite vividly that the state does indeed attack leftist or left-leaning activists and journalists, not only MAGA supporters and “New Right” nationalists. I was arrested on Friday on a COMPLETELY FALSE charge manufactured by the Venezuelan opposition related to their siege of the embassy in DC. I spent 2 days…

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The Surge: U.S. DOJ And Trump To Further Militarize Police — $600 Billion In Equipment

The Surge: U.S. DOJ And Trump To Further Militarize Police — $600 Billion In Equipment By Aaron Kesel U.S. President Donald Trump is using his executive order signed in 2017 to expand the militarized police forces across the nation in preparation to launch a sweeping crackdown on crime that Trump referenced was “the surge” according to a press event at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference and Exposition. “In the coming weeks, Attorney General Barr will announce a new crackdown on violent crime — which I think…

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SWAT Team Blows Up Innocent Man’s Home in Search of Clothing Shoplifter — Deal With It, Says Court

SWAT Team Blows Up Innocent Man’s Home in Search of Clothing Shoplifter — Deal With It, Says Court By Jack Burns Greenwood Village, CO – A Federal Appeals court has granted police new powers for which they will not be held accountable. They can now completely destroy your home and they will not have to pay for it. That’s what happened to Leo Lech’s home in 2015 after a shoplifter — accused of stealing a shirt — illegally entered his home, forcing Greenwood Village SWAT to go room by room ransacking…

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Citizens Now Charged with a Crime for Repairing Their Own Car in Their Own Garage

Citizens Now Charged with a Crime for Repairing Their Own Car in Their Own Garage By Matt Agorist Residents in Sacramento face fines upwards of $500 for repairing their own car in their own driveway thanks to a tyrannical law. In the land of the free, every day, local governments and municipalities trample the rights of citizens to do with their own property what they wish. Over the years we’ve seen people face jail time for the length of their grass, arrested for windmills, and even ticketed for growing food.…

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Watch as Cops Detain Entire Bar, Seal Off All Exits, Force EVERYONE to Submit to Record Check

Watch as Cops Detain Entire Bar, Seal Off All Exits, Force EVERYONE to Submit to Record Check By Matt Agorist Michigan City, IN — A video detailing the utter disregard for the Constitution that some police departments in the United States have has been shared with The Free Thought Project. The sheer scope of the violation is up there in the most egregious cases on which we’ve ever reported here at TFTP. An entire bar was unlawfully detained, held against their will, and forced to submit their identification to police…

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Gillette Stadium’s Facial Recognition Can Identify Fans Before They Enter The Stadium

Gillette Stadium’s Facial Recognition Can Identify Fans Before They Enter The Stadium By MassPrivateI One of the NFL’s premiere franchises, the New England Patriots is using “Evolve Edge” millimeter wave/facial recognition scanners to identify fans before they enter Gillette Stadium. According to Evolv Edge’s brochure, their scanners use facial recognition to identify everyone. The automated, consistent screening eliminates guard fatigue and subjectivity so there’s fewer complaints and no profiling while providing better threat detection. The system can scan everyone and their bag including those with medical devices and pregnant women. In addition, facial…

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Citizens Now Face Up to $500 “Speeding Tickets” for Riding BICYCLES Over 15 MPH

Citizens Now Face Up to $500 “Speeding Tickets” for Riding BICYCLES Over 15 MPH By Matt Agorist Denver, CO — In a likely move to bolster the city’s bottom line, Denver Park Rangers are stepping up efforts to catch people speeding. No, they aren’t going after cars driving on the road, they are going after bicycles who are driving on the designated bicycle path. Throughout parks in the city, the set speed limit for riding a bicycle is apparently 15 miles per hour. Rangers have set up speed traps around…

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Police State Madness: Cops In DUI Vans Drawing Motorists’ Blood

Police State Madness: Cops In DUI Vans Drawing Motorists’ Blood By MassPrivateI Halloween is less than six months away but that has not stopped law enforcement from taking people’s blood. In fact, police officers want our blood so bad that they are purchasing blood draw vans … sorry, I meant DUI vans like the one pictured above. Last year, I wrote an article about police officers forcing hospitals to draw a drunk or drugged suspect’s blood. But what I could never have imagined is that within a year, police officers…

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Burning Man Festival at Risk of Being Shut Down Over Attacks from Gov’t and Police State

Burning Man Festival at Risk of Being Shut Down Over Attacks from Gov’t and Police State By Matt Agorist Over the years, the Burning Man Festival has become one of the most popular events and party destinations in the US and has drawn roughly tens of thousands of people in recent years. Unfortunately, this celebration of love and harmony is an enemy to the rigid bureaucracy and control freaks in the state. Last year, as TFTP reported, law enforcement attempted to turn the event into a police state function with…

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New Jersey Town Proposes Jail Time for Owners of Barking Dogs

New Jersey Town Proposes Jail Time for Owners of Barking Dogs By Elias Marat A New Jersey town is looking to crack down on dogs who bark too much with a new proposal that could see pet owners thrown in jail. That’s right–residents whose dogs impede the “comfort or repose of anyone in the vicinity” in Saddle River, New Jersey, could face steep fines ranging between $100 to $1,000 along with possible sentences of community service or even incarceration for up to 90 days. In each case, the punitive consequences would…

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