MrPofVania wrote:Line of the video: "Let's protect our freedoms."
And what a marvelous job the U.S. House of Representatives has done over the last 100 years. But, hey--why even have the discussion? They could always just round up game developers, call them a "terrorist organization," and have the President kill them without even so much as due process.
And they can do it in the name of "freedom."
They don't even need to round them up, just send a few drones. If they killed a U.S. citizen over seas without arresting him or a trial, why would it be any different here? Just add them to the President's "kill list", and call it a day.
The wording is key though, and you have it correct: "terrorist organization".
I can even write the news pieces for the night:
"The U.S. government acted quickly upon known terrorist organizations within the U.S., protecting citizens and minimizing collateral damage. These terrorist organizations were known to release some of the most violent propaganda around the world, targeting young children with their terrorist propaganda and trying to recruit millions into their networks. The terrorist organizations reportedly were amassing billions of dollars, to help them continue spreading their propaganda, not just in the United States, but around the world. We can thank our representatives and President for acting quickly, keeping the rest of us safe and helping us to sleep soundly at night."