How the Feds are using Transportation Funds to Build a Giant Surveillance Network, and What to do About it

The federal government is building a massive surveillance network on America’s transportation system with help from state and local governments. I recently appeared on InfoWars Real News with David Knight to talk about it.

David and I discussed the installation of nearly 100 cameras along a transit route in Richmond, Va., and how it is part of a larger ongoing federal project to turn America’s transportation system into a giant surveillance network. We didn’t just talk about the problem. I also dug into practical solutions. Washington D.C. is never going to solve the problem, but we can take on the surveillance state through state and local action.


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