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T. Greg Doucette
Ex-computer scientist, now criminal defense attorney & host of . Dog lover. conservative. Proud alum of and .
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T. Greg Doucette 12m
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For the record, I'm not trying to imply Rs are any better. The Trumpkins who've taken over the GOP would deport their own lily-white grandmamas if they thought it would get them the Nazi vote in the next primary.
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Strongly disagree. Wildin Acosta was plucked from his high school bus stop right here in Durham, we're nowhere near any border. Obama detained plenty in the interior, there's just a preconceived belief that D politicians can be trusted on immigration
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T. Greg Doucette 29m
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Fairly certain they already did that when I refused to perform e-fellatio for the President on here
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Masha 38m
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In Rochester NY, CBP would be at Greyhound. Colleges warned international students to carry their documents even if they were just taking the bus to NYC. More than 1 student got detained that way.
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Masha 39m
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Used to ride Amtrak from Chicago to NY often in 2008-2010. Train would stop at Erie, PA or Buffalo for CBP to come in and ask every passenger if they were US citizens.
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Mike 39m
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I get infuriated (and refuse) the subway searches which are occasionally used here--especially when the TSA (!) conducts them. Interstate commerce, indeed.
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T. Greg Doucette 31m
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Correct. About 80mi give or take a few
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T. Greg Doucette 33m
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Go study up on Article II and the inherent powers of the President, then get back to us
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T. Greg Doucette 36m
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Got pretty absurd under W, and Obama's CBP detained+deported scads of people. Now we've got mobile phone video though, and Twitter to disseminate it. Love of the police state is strongly bipartisan.
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T. Greg Doucette 38m
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The only way your rights get restored is by electing a better Executive who doesn't abuse the power the Courts have refused to check, and better Congresscritters who limit the number of laws the Executive gets to enforce
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T. Greg Doucette 40m
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I struggle to think that's what anyone had in mind when the First Congress proposed the Fourth Amendment. That the newfound federal government could demand you prove your identity on a whim.
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T. Greg Doucette 41m
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Notice that the entirety of Florida, nearly all of New England, and the most-heavily populated areas of pretty much everywhere else fall within it
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T. Greg Doucette 42m
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This is the map of the Constitution-Free Zone that the put together some time ago (Plus factor in the Exec's interpretation that it applies around airports too)
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The challenge with how the Executive defines the "border zone" is that it encompasses pretty much the entire country. We have to do better.
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bad girl kiki now 4h
It’s next door to Zumunda. What are you talking about?
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T. Greg Doucette 1h
Very interesting ⬇️⬇️⬇️
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T. Greg Doucette 1h
Looks like a Fourth Amendment violation to me, but the odds of this administration being held accountable for it are slim
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