The Department of Justice wants access to the 1.3 MILLION IP addresses of individuals who visited a Trump Resistance site leading up to the January inauguration.1
Let me repeat that: The Department of Justice, led by Trump-goon Jeff Sessions, wants the names and IP addresses of 1.3 million people who simply visited a Resistance website leading up to Trump’s inauguration.
This is not a drill, this is how The Handmaid’s Tale and 1984 get started. Tell the DOJ to back off. Sign the petition demanding they withdraw their outrageous search for the IP addresses of Trump Resisters.
The DOJ’s search warrant is more than a step too far, it’s a step off a bridge. Trump wants to use his position as President to identify as many people who disagree with his politics as possible.
The Constitution’s Bill of Rights was written to protect citizens against the overreach of government. And now the DOJ is stomping all over it – attacking free political speech and the right to peaceably assemble.
If we don’t push back now, the Trump administration will just get even more zealous with infringing on our civil liberties.
The Resistance movement was built out of the need to protect our country and the people we love from a xenophobic bigot in the White House. Now Trump and Sessions have their sights set on them.
This is not a drill: Sign the petition to demand the DOJ immediately withdraw their search search for the IP addresses of Trump Resisters.
1. The Hill, “Justice demands 1.3M IP addresses related to Trump resistance site,” August 14, 2017.