WTF is going on here?!
A bill is heading to Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s desk that Republican lawmakers say would give members of the Secret Service broad arrest powers in the state and could provide a framework for federal agents eventually to enforce gun restrictions.
But there's more.
The United States Schutzstaffel will now be able to, at their discretion, lock you up for a 72 hour mental health hold without charges. Sounds like they're using Stalin's play book.
Sen. Vicki Marble, R-Fort Collins, said despite the bill being sponsored by a fellow Republican, the 72-hour mental hold caught the attention of several Republicans in the Senate.
“This was one of the big flags for us in the bill,” Marble said. “It’s very suspicious because we have the separation of federal, state and even the local police services. Everyone has their own jurisdiction, and there is a special reason for keeping federal agents away.
“No federal authority should have the ability to detain somebody for 72 hours,” she said. “If there is a legitimate reason for doing so for someone who is mentally ill, that should come at the local level where people in the community know one another.”
The idea for this bill didn't come from local minds. It's got Øbama's fingerprints all over it and Gov. John Hickenlooper is more than willing to bend over and do his master's bidding.
Read about the rest of this federal power grab here.
It seems more likely that Colorado is going to be ground zero sooner than later.
For “happy homes,” for “altars free,” we grasp the ready sword,
For freedom, truth, and for our God’s unmutilated word.
These, these the war-cry of our march, our hope the Lord on high;
Then put your trust in God my boys, and keep your powder dry.
from "Oliver's Advice" by William Blacker