Most Americans are worried their country is turning into a police state, according to a recent Rasmussen poll.
It’s no wonder Americans are afraid of the country becoming a police state.
Roger Stone was arrested in the early morning of January 25, 2019, at his home by more than 20 armed FBI agents and CNN reporting in the background.
The raid was to arrest Stone on non-violent charges made-up by the Mueller gang. Stone eventually was found guilty in DC in corrupt Obama judge, Amy Berman Jackson’s court. President Trump thank God pardoned him.
Brian Kolfage was arrested by more than a dozen USPS officers who drove from New York to Florida to bring him in on made-up charges of embezzling money from his We Build the Wall effort. Kolfage, Steve Bannon and others were indicted for similar made-up charges out of New York where they don’t give a damn about the Southern Border.
Kolfage was not provided his artificial legs or a wheelchair but was made to pull himself inside the police car with his one remaining arm. He now sits in prison in Minnesota after being indicted in a kangaroo New York court ran by a corrupt Obama Judge.
It is no surprise that more than two-thirds of voters believe the US is turning into a police state.
Rasmussen released the results of this poll yesterday (Saturday):
More than two-thirds of American voters are worried that their country is turning into a police state – a tyrannical government that engages in mass surveillance, censorship, ideological indoctrination..
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) September 23, 2023
More than two-thirds of American voters are worried that their country is turning into a police state – a tyrannical government that engages in mass surveillance, censorship, ideological indoctrination, and targeting of political opponents.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 72% of Likely U.S. voters are concerned that America is becoming a police state, including 46% who are Very Concerned. Only 23% are not concerned. (To see survey question wording, click here.)