September 30, 2014

Because being politically correct is more important than, y'know, lives

January 2017 can't come soon enough: Justice Department expected to ban profiling by federal law enforcement

Though details are not final, the new policy is expected to prohibit undercover surveillance without specific information about criminal activity, according to the Times.

Current rules, approved in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, give law enforcement wide discretion to monitor religious groups. The changes would extend current bans on racial profiling to religious and other groups, and for the first time would not include an exception for national security investigations.

Radical Muslim extremists in the US? No worries.
Tea Party groups interested in teaching about the Constitution? Must be STOPPED.

RELATED: The FBI is treating the Oklahoma beheading as "workplace violence." Joe Scarborough is having none of it.

Posted by Hube at September 30, 2014 11:23 AM | TrackBack

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Yeesh. I'm not surprised that they're calling it "workplace violence" again, when it was clearly religiously-motivated violence against non-Muslims. Political correctness blocks them from acknowledging that radical Islam exists.

Posted by: Carl at September 30, 2014 02:30 PM

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