State Of Maine Goes Full “Constitution Free Zone”: Border Patrol Demands “Papers Please” On Buslines

If you are an “awake” citizen of the united States (not United States), you know that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) implemented a “constitution-free zone” 100 miles inside the borders of the united States, in 2013.  This action violated the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution for the united States of America, placing 197 million Americans inside an area extinguishing their individual God-given inalienable rights to be secure in their persons and effects from unreasonable search and seizure.  Moreover, adding insult to injury, a judge ruled in favor of the “constitution-free zones” making residents inside the area subject to “police checks.”  The entire state of Maine, because of the 100-mile border removing Fourth Amendment protections, is now experiencing what can only be dubbed as “citizen checks” and “papers please” on buses “traveling from Fort Kent toward the state’s interior and making periodic checks on buses originating in Bangor.”


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