The Justice Department is impeding on American’s rights once again by ordering bank employees to “consider” calling the police on people who withdraw $5,000 or more.
“A senior official from the Justice Department spoke to a group of bankers about the need for them to rat out their customers to the police,” wrote financial blogger Simon Black.
During the event, assistant attorney general Lesley Caldwell told the bankers to “alert law enforcement authorities about the problem” so cops can “seize the funds” or at least “initiate an investigation.”
This is yet another example of Obama’s “war on cash,” in which he tries to take anyone down who has the money to impede his control of Americans. Black offered a chilling scenario about what could happen next in this “war.”
“As you pull into your driveway later there’s an unexpected surprise waiting for you: two police officers would like to have a word with you about your intended withdrawal earlier,” writes Black, who went on to accuse banks of being “unpaid government spies.”
“Do you need to withdraw cash to purchase a used car from a private seller? Or perhaps you are pulling out some emergency cash for a loved one,” writes Mac Slavo. “Either one of these activities are now considered suspicious and if your cash withdrawal amounts to even a few thousand dollars your bank teller is under a legal requirement to alert officials about your suspected criminal activity. And before you argue that you can’t possibly be a suspect because you have done nothing wrong, consider that even being suspected of being a suspect is now enough to land you on a terrorist watchlist in America.”
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