HR 347 – Making the First Amendment Right to Protest Into A Felony

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This Protest Could Have Been Declared A Felony By A Secret Service Agent

The Secret Service, who can’t seem to limit their sexual and drunken escapades when in Columbia, now have the power over our free speech thanks to HR 347.

Under this new law (as of last Thursday), the Secret Service will be able to limit the peoples right to protest if they decide it is in the interest of the President’s safety. If you violate their directive, it will be considered a felony.

 

It gets worse than that. This legislation makes it a federal crime to simply DISRUPT the ORDERLY CONDUCT of government. The violator doesn’t have to be on the grounds where the government business is being conducted, just within the vicinity of the self-proclaimed business.

 

HR347/1974 – Eliminating the Right to Peaceable Assembly Under the First Amendment
March 2, 2012
By KrisAnne HallConstitutional Lawyer

Here comes another bill using vague and overly broad language that threatens to restrict individual Liberty. HR 347/S 1974 a Trespass on the First Amendment. In the time honored tradition of tyranny your Congressman will tell you simply “This is necessary for security reasons.” William Penn said, “Necessity, it is said, is the plea for every infringement of human liberty; it is the argument of tyrants and the creed of slaves.”

HR 347 and S 1794, the ‘‘Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011” has nothing to do with improving landscaping around federal buildings.

This bill is being presented as a No Trespassing bill. Reasonable people understand that restrictions and protections are needed for government officials and government functions.

However, this legislation makes it a federal crime to simply DISRUPT the ORDERLY CONDUCT of government. The violator doesn’t have to be on the grounds where the government business is being conducted, just within the vicinity of the self-proclaimed business.

The law is not limited to buildings or locations as the title suggests, but seems to be “roving” and follows persons protected by Secret Service wherever they go.…Read more: KrisAnneHall.com

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