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Trial runs for fascism are in full flow

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20 hours ago, Uncle Sam said:

How is this thread still going? All it mounts to is calling the other side fascist and evil, basically dehumanizing them.

No it doesnt. Its discussing actual happenings in Washington.  You not liking those happenings should probably tell you something about the folks you are supporting rather than those pointing out the facts.

 

20 hours ago, Uncle Sam said:

ease get a handle on reality and be rational about thing instead of letting your emotions get the better of you. Absolutely no one is going to come into your house in the dead of the night to drag you out and send you to concentration camps.

The fact that you feel the need , or (more likely) have been led to,  this type of hyperbole speaks volumes.

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US Customs Officer Harasses Defense One Journalist at Dulles Airport

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Over the past year, several journalists have reported being harassed and even detained by U.S. customs agents. In February, CBP officials apologized to a BuzzFeed reporter who was aggressively questioned upon entering New York’s JFK Airport. In June, freelance reporter Seth Harp described his hours-long detention by CBP officers in the Austin, Texas, airport. In August, British journalist James Dyer said he was harassed as “fake news” by a CBP agent at Los Angeles International Airport. “He wanted to know if I’d ever worked for CNN or MSNBC or other outlets that are ‘spreading lies to the American people,’ ” he tweeted, per a Washington Post story that links to other instances of CBP harassment of journalists.

The Post also noted that in April, the United States’ ranking in the annual World Freedom Press Index dropped for a third year in a row. It classified the treatment of journalists in the United States as “problematic,” a first in the 17 years the report has been issued.

 

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