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118543 No. 118543 ID: 9d4ee9
FCC shuts down Alex Jones’ pirate flagship radio station

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>> No. 118544 ID: 09c7e0
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>illegal radio stations are illegal
grab the muskets and powdered wigs boys, we're sinking the government again over this one
>> No. 118702 ID: 9315da
will neither stop him or slow him down
people know the left is censoring the right
they aren't fooling anyone
>> No. 118704 ID: 098cfa
Does anyone get the feeling that the Uniparty has been bought off by the elites?

>> No. 118727 ID: c10b88

Yeah, the federal government, at the time controlled in every branch by the right, is censoring the right. Definitely not perpetuating an age-old, patently false victim complex here. Definitely.

Who honestly cares? When has Alex Jones ever been right about anything? He's a fucking lizardman-believing kook. Fake news.
>> No. 118728 ID: ae7fdb
The US used to have a Bill of Rights.
>> No. 118729 ID: c6fb64
nice try libshit but "rights" are for soyboy cucks. Bow down and lick that trumpy flavored boot.

(Nice try)
(Rule 2)
>> No. 118730 ID: ae7fdb
No one hates freedom more than Americans do.
>> No. 118864 ID: d37834
If Americans don't defend free speech, religious freedom, gun rights, freedom from unconstitutional searches and seizures, the right to silence, and the freedom from torture and extrajudicial assassination, what part of the Bill of Rights do they support?

What country is this?
>> No. 118875 ID: 772231
One wonders if Snowden regrets throwing away his life to warn ungrateful Americans about unconstitutional NSA wire-tapping.
>> No. 118879 ID: fe78f8
The 4th amendment protects against UNREASONABLE searches and seizures.
Which means reasonable searches and seizures are allowed without a warrant.
The courts have established several common reasonable searches. One example is search incident to arrest. When you get arrested, you are searched prior to incarceration in jail.
Most people don’t understand the law, and often, when I see YouTube videos with people complaining about an unlawful search, they are mistaken.
When a cop does make a bad search, the defense attorneys, and the judge will toss the evidence. That is the way it is supposed to work.
>> No. 118880 ID: d189e4
Does anyone get the feeling that anyone supporting the police state now is a paid NSA shill?

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