Farah: ‘Spy drone’ buzzed my home
‘They will be at war, we will be hunted down’
by Chelsea Schilling
His private property was scouted by a drone that sounded “like a lawnmower buzzing over my head,” WND Editor and CEO Joseph Farah revealed on the July 5 Alex Jones Show.
“I’m taking my dog for a walk and guess what I see right over the tree line right above my head is a drone,” he said. “I don’t live in the city, I don’t live in a populated area, I live in one of the most rural places you could possibly live in Northern Virginia and there could only be one thing that this drone was spying on and that would be me, that would be my property because there’s just nothing else around except woods and deer.”
Farah joked that the drone might have been spying on him because he qualifies as a “terrorist” in a new Department of Homeland Security report that defines “extreme right-wing” terrorists as Americans who are “reverent of individual liberty.”
“We’ve got our work cut out for us. More and more, I realize that the liberty lovers out there really have to stick together,” he urged. “Fundamentally, we’ve got to stick together, or we’re going to hang together, as our founders said.
“Look – this is the first term – if he’s re-elected it’s going to be war – they will be at war – we will be hunted down like dogs, keep that in mind, that’s what the stakes are,” warned Farah.
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This is not merely chilling, but downright terrifying when you consider the capabilities these drones provide the government, and I am not referring to just surveillance, either.
Joseph Farah is a private citizen, and as such has the exact same constitutional rights and protections all Americans have enjoyed for well over 200 years.
His startling revelation should have every conservative and libertarian in congress screaming from the rooftops, as what makes them so confident they themselves are exempt from the reach of Big Sis and her shiny new bin of toys?
I fear we have all but lost the America we all grew up in, as what we have now is no-longer recognizable to me.
(h/t: my buddy Earl)