Despite the fact that cases involving the use of improvised explosive devices within the United States are virtually non-existent, the government is hyping the mythical threat to completely butcher Posse Comitatus and turn up the volume for martial law.
It has always been the plan to push IEDs as a reason to have the military oversee law enforcement. As far back as my 2000 documentary Police State 2: The Takeover, we documented how the military was being used to conduct illegal checkpoints and warrant services across the country.
Citing an alleged increase in the use of improvised explosive devices on U.S. soil, including last month’s Colorado massacre, the federal government and members of Congress are pushing for Posse Comitatus to be curtailed and for the U.S. military to work closer with law enforcement in fighting “homegrown terrorists”.
Warning about the “growing threat” of IEDs across the United States, the Pentagon is pushing for Congress to relax Posse Comitatus, which substantially limit the powers of the federal government to use the military for law enforcement unless under precise and extreme circumstances.
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