Democrat politicians love to put citizens through the wringer “for our own good.”
And they’ll fight their political “competition” tooth-and-nail to be first to inflict their latest schemes on the public.
So Biden’s transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg is burning up over this rising Democrat star’s new initiative.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg wanted to slam Americans with his backdoor scheme to roll a creepy 1984-style surveillance and a massive new tax grab.
But one Democrat rising star is beating Buttigieg to the punch to help Democrats reach their goal of herding as many of us as possible into inner-city hell-holes and ensuring independent-minded Americans can never go “off grid” again.
New York City’s new mayor Eric Adams is trampling all over privacy with a shocking new initiative.
The newly-elected mayor wants to cement a pilot program into NYC law where cameras with audio are recording vehicles that are deemed too loud.
Red-light cameras have been around for years—and their constitutionality has been questioned—but now the cameras are equipped with audio.
A leaked photo of a summons from the New York City Department of Environmental Protection directed a driver to have his car brought in for noise testing.
The summons read:
“I am writing to you because your vehicle has been identified as having a muffler that is not in compliance with Section 386 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law, which prohibits excessive noise from motor vehicles. Your vehicle was recorded by a camera that takes a picture of the vehicle and the license plate. In addition, a sound meter records the decibel level as the vehicle approaches and passes the camera.”
If the driver fails to appear, the summons says he could be fined $875.
Behind every law is the threat of a government gun.
This is how a trivial noise complaint can snowball into something much bigger and more expensive, especially if someone becomes an enemy of the state.
God help our country, if Pete Buttigieg and Joe Biden were to succeed ramming this through in all 50 states.
With cameras everywhere recording picture and sound, there are fewer places where people can enjoy privacy.
Authoritarians love the concept of constant surveillance, so this is only the latest escalation in the war on privacy.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.