The US Government (Satan Soldiers) Will Silence Independent Journalists, it’s Part of The Plandemic-DHS Creating New Intelligence Unit to Focus on Domestic Terrorism

HNewsWire: “Who Watches The Watchmen?” Infowars Case Raises Difficult Question For Both The Biden Admin & The Media “Who watches the watchmen”? That question from a federal judge this week came in a confrontation with the Justice Department over its targeting or charging journalists. At issue is the prosecution of a controversial host of a far-right website called Infowars. Owen Shroyer was charged with trespass and disorderly conduct during the Jan. 6th riot. However, Shroyer claims to have been present as a journalist while the Justice Department insists that he is an activist. When U.S. Magistrate Judge Zia Faruqui asked for the basis of that distinction, the Biden Administration refused. The conflict exposes the problem with new regulations protecting journalists without clearly defining who is a journalist. Recently, news reports of the Biden Administration targeting journalists in criminal investigations led to congressional…

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Bars And Restaurants Allowed To Reopen If They Agree To Snitch On Customers, Elected Officials are Not Hiding the Fact

They Want to Turn Humanity Against Each… DHS and Local Authorities to Use COVID-19 as an Excuse to Create a “New Normal” of Private Business Snitching Houston-area Judge Lina Hidalgo set up a link at which residents can report on people or businesses they believe are in violation of current stay-at-home orders. “See a restaurant at full capacity? Businesses open that shouldn’t be?” she tweeted. “Help us save lives.” She urged constituents to report on anyone in violation of Governor Greg Abbott’s order by following a link that allows them to anonymously rat out fellow Texans. Backlash As you might imagine, a ‘snitch line’ isn’t exactly popular in Texas or any of the other United States, and Hidalgo was quickly ratioed and mocked on Twitter, while the online form had to be relocated due to technical issues possibly resulting from…

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