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Think Twice Before Passing Lock Up Laws

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Think Twice Before Passing Lock Up Laws

Post by TC Shuts Up » Fri Aug 16, 2019 7:40 am

Trump and the real Republicans should think twice before passing laws to institutionalize the "mentally ill". In this country, nearly anyone with the flimsiest degrees or training can be an "expert witness" in court. Remember that your leftist buddies in Russia, China, and Third World countries have locked up thousands of people who are their political enemies, persecuting them and declaring them "mentally ill". We should fear a "Democrat" or even RINO takeover, sooner or later, which would use such laws to persecute their political enemies and lock them up. This is happening now in Canada, which has criminalized free speech for opposing liberal policies in many provinces and has been documented by Canada Free Press.

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Re: Think Twice Before Passing Lock Up Laws

Post by km1125 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 9:32 am

I agree with you. Is this much different than the "Red Flag" laws that they're tying to pass in each state? Don't the same arguments apply?

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