We have freedom fries, not the Stasi.
Under the domestic-intelligence program, officials are allowed to seek interviews with just about anyone in the United States. That includes people held in immigrant detention centers, local jails, and federal prison. DHS’s intelligence professionals have to say they’re conducting intelligence interviews, and they have to tell the people they seek to interview that their participation is voluntary. But the fact that they’re allowed to go directly to incarcerated people — circumventing their lawyers — raises important civil liberties concerns, according to legal experts.
Okay, so we have a Stasi. We still have freedom fries. They’re not free, but at least we have constant spying on us everywhere we go. All perfectly illegal, so don’t worry.
Previously, a real leader could have used some of the same policies set in motion by wicked communists like Duhbya to end this tyranny. We had no such leader. Thus all we can do is ride out the storm of the final days and years of the dying GAE. Just beware in doing so that “they” are in fact watching and listening.