The Supreme Court today began talks over what legalities could exist to allow authorities to secretly track global positioning system devices on everyday Americans. Is it a haunting transformation into an Orwellian society?
Pending their verdict, it very well could be
“You could tomorrow decide that you put a GPS device on every one of our cars, follow us for a month; no problem under the Constitution?” Chief Justice John Robertsuld asked to a government lawyer in Washington DC this week. Should the court come to a consensus that would allow for such action, that could very certainly be the future of America.
“It shows how far we’ve come,” radio host Alex Jones told RT. Only five years ago, he said, President George W Bush was falsely denying the authorities were monitoring phone calls of Americans. Only one administration later, however, the American judicial system is identifying ways to legalize constant surveillance over every American.