This afternoon, Megyn Kelly, conducting an interview on the Cleveland kidnapping case, asks her guest expert:
“How did they not knock on these doors? How did they [the police] not go into basements? I know we’ve got a fourth amendment in this country (smile), but is that overcomable [sic]? Should they have done more?”
Is the 4th amendment “overcomable”? Here is the 4th amendment:
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
TSA anyone? Perhaps it is “overcomable” after all. Nevertheless, here are more excerpts from Megyn’s interview:
Megyn: “But just knowing three girls have gone missing in a couple of years period in the same area…that doesn’t justify going house-to-house and saying, ‘I’d like to come in and see your basement’?”
Guest: “You know, you can say that, that doesn’t mean the person’s gonna let you in.”
Megyn: “And if they say ‘no’ forget it.”
Guest: “You need probable cause, you need a warrant, or you need exigent circumstances. You know, that’s just the way it is.”
Megyn: “You’re not gonna get it in this country the way we are right now (chuckle) because of our Bill of Rights.”
Megyn: “It’s amazing because you see a situation like this and you want more but then you think, oh wait, I don’t want, you know, the police to be able to just charge into my house whenever there’s been a crime in the neighborhood.”
The police charged into houses around the Boston area. The second “expert” on the show called such events “dramatic entries.” Now I’m chuckling. It seems a bit more than a “dramatic entry” when a SWAT team knocks on your door, assault weapons drawn. If you don’t let them in, as per your constitutional rights, you become a suspect. It’s a form of terrorism, a method of breaking down the collective will. Is this what we expect in America, land of the free? Is freedom having a TSA agent rummage through your things? Been to an amusement park lately? They also rummage through your bag (and they’ll confiscate your water and sandwich).
The captivity of the kidnapped Cleveland girls is a good analogy of what the ruling powers are trying to do to us. They want to break the will of the people and enslave us for their own purposes, whatever those may be. Why else would they humiliate us with naked body scanners and intimate pat-down searches? Why else would they perform such obviously useless searches at so many public places and events? And why do they want to spy on us everywhere we go? A statement in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy regarding French philosopher Michel Foucault’s ideas on prisons says:
To a great extent, control over people (power) can be achieved merely by observing them.
Megyn Kelly is carrying out the Fox News agenda, which is brainwashing for conservatives. Fox News obviously serves the larger agenda, which is whatever the global elites have in mind for the rest of us. Perhaps more disturbing than what the elites are doing is that so many of us are falling for it.