Antifa and other domestic terrorist groups have found homes on the Internet where they can plan violent protests against Trump supporters without fear of being arrested. The DOJ has now insisted that they give them all the information on 1.3 million users.
The provider, Dreamhost, located in California (Where else?) refuses to give them the information they seek on constitutional grounds. But don’t the liberals tell us hate speech is not protected speech under the Constitution?
It’s no mystery why the DOJ wants the information. This site hosts members of the resistance, another term for liberals who watched Donald Trump win over Hillary Clinton, causing them to soil their panties. (The men at least)
The information the DOJ wants will allow them to single out those planning violence so they can be hit with conspiracy charges. Conspiracy to commit violence is not protected by free speech. Just look at what happened in San Jose and in Berkeley multiple times.
The current subpoena was issued by the US Attorney in Washington D.C., who is investigating the riots at Trump’s inauguration that he believes was planned online.
Over 200 protesters were arrested during the Inauguration Day riots. Somehow, people from all over the country were able to organize and plan to meet in a prearranged location to commit violence and mayhem.
On Monday, The Hill reported:
The company is currently challenging the request. A hearing on the matter is scheduled for Friday in Washington.
“In essence, the Search Warrant not only aims to identify the political dissidents of the current administration, but attempts to identify and understand what content each of these dissidents viewed on the website,” the company’s general counsel, Chris Ghazarian, said in a legal argument opposing the request.
The web provider published a purported search warrant issued by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia that asks for records and information related to the website and its owner, along with information that could be used to identify subscribers of the website.
This includes “names, addresses, telephone numbers and other identifiers, e-mail addresses, business information, the length of service (including start date), means and source of payment for services (including any credit card or bank account number), and information about any domain name registration.”
The warrant, dated July 12, says that authorities will seize any information constituting violations of D.C. code governing riots that involve individuals connected to the protests on Inauguration Day.
Let’s hope on Friday the judge does the right thing and gives the DOJ access to the information, which will give them the proof needed to add conspiracy charges against at least some of the 200 people who were arrested, so they can be taken off the streets for a long time to come.
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- New Jersey Homeland Security lists Antifa among ‘domestic terrorism’ groups
- At least six arrested at Berkeley, reports claim Antifa threw feces at conservatives
- Antifa thugs seek firearms, combat training after Berkeley standoff
- Liberal Antifa terrorists threaten children on Twitter: ‘No one’s off limits’
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