Is Big Government Showing Us Who’s Boss?

Government agents raid a reporter’s home in the predawn hours of August 6. Could the timing of the raid be to cause the maximum amount of terror? Why? Because in 1986 her husband was found guilty of resisting arrest and because of the resisting arrest charge, her husband, was forbidden from owning firearms, apparently for life?.. But nevermind …..

The reporter, Audry Hudson, was also suspicious because she had the unmitigated gall to obtain a batch of government document under the Freedom of Information Act. But mostly it was about the 1968 incident when her husband did not fall to his knees quickly enough. Admittedly my interpretation of those 1968 proceedings. Hey, how many of you out there were still in high-school in 1968?

So anyway the agents confiscated every weapon in the house including a potato gun.

They took the documents that the veteran reporter obtained through completely legal proceedings without telling her. Probably the papers accidentally fell into an officer’s briefcase when one of her husbands water pistols was pulled out roughly. Something like that.

But now Audry Hudson must concern herself that many of her confidential sources inside the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration are discovered and may begin worrying about when they will be called in for water-boarding.

And Audry herself may have made a statement to the agents that is not strictly true. Perhaps they really hope she had because then she is guilty of lying to a federal agent! A federal offense! Suppose one of the invaders asked her what was in the potato and she said laundry starch instead of just starch. Egad!

It’s getting really sucky around here folks. This ain’t America anymore. What are our representatives doing while these kinds of things go on?

>> Cornhusk


About Cornhusk

Ex-High-School and Community College teacher. Also have a degree in Science and Applied Science. Have worked in ship construction and now supplement my retirement by writing and revising vocational textbooks.
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