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Capitol Police Will Now Use ARMY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS To SPY On The American People


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THIS is Biden’s America.

An America where police in the Capitol are more akin to the Stasi or the KGB, and I am not sure this is getting the coverage it deserves.

It’s no secret that for the last several decades America’s police departments have become increasingly more paramilitary than police oriented.

Military grade weapons, armored vehicles, tactical armor, and battlefield tactics have come to increasingly dominate most police forces.

Well, In Biden’s America that level of weaponization is going one step further. Sources tell us that the Capitol police will now be more oriented towards an intelligence based agency which also acts as a police force.

This is a sugarcoated way of saying they are about to spy on The American people even more than they have been.

I don’t need to tell you, but things are rapidly deteriorating in this country. If you had told me that the temperature in country would have reached where it is today 5 or 6 years ago, I would have completely brushed it off.

People’s faith in government is at an all time low, the same with our institutions, and the MSM is also in the same boat.

What do you think this type of environment is encouraging? People have almost zero faith in their government, and at the same time the government is increasingly trying to spy on its own people.

The lack of trust goes both ways, and in the end it can only head towards one way.

Take a look:

Washington Times is perhaps the only outlet reporting on this right now:

In a wartime application, the persistent surveillance units were mounted on tethered blimps. The data could be stored, combined with sensor data from other platforms, and later referenced or rewound to track individuals or groups.

The military could use the system to develop “pattern of life” analyses on suspected enemy combatants or intelligence targets in war zones. It could determine, for example, who was responsible for placing an improvised explosive device.

The Department of Homeland Security has leased the same or similar technology, described as Persistent Ground Surveillance System(s) (PGSS), through the Department of Defense, according to a 2016 Government Accountability Office report. It is not clear whether any other agency has fielded the exact technology domestically.

A federal appeals court ruled last month against the Baltimore Police Department’s use of persistent surveillance technology similar to the Pentagon’s Gorgon Stare, which incorporates wide-area motion imagery pods mounted on aircraft. The system allowed police to track hundreds of moving targets at once throughout a large geographical footprint. The court said the program was unconstitutional and violated the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure.

This is what I found on The U.S. Capitol Police.Gov website:

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We will never forget USCP Officers Brian Sicknick and Howie Liebengood, who died after the attack, nor the sacrifices of the nearly 150 law enforcement officers who were injured.

Since that day, our team has been working with federal law enforcement agents to track down the suspects and bring them to justice. So far more than 500 defendants face charges.

Throughout the last six months, the United States Capitol Police has been working around the clock with our Congressional stakeholders to support our officers, enhance security around the Capitol Complex, and pivot towards an intelligence-based protective agency.

Internally, the Department has vastly increased the information shared with sworn officers about obtained intelligence and event planning.

Externally, USCP leadership has increased intelligence sharing and collaboration between all of our local, state and federal law enforcement partners as well increased our partnership within the intelligence community and Congressional stakeholders.

The Public Information Office is now engaging with the community on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, as well as increasing the number of news releases to keep the media and local community informed.



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