"Those who oppose this sort of action need to think about what they are condoning."
The last bit is amusing. Her claim is that if we don't let the police investigate people without a warrant, then we condone terrorism.
Journalists are finding themselves being treated as terrorist-suspects because their reporting is endangering government affairs. Does it follow that when a citizen disagrees with its government, he will be treated as a terrorist suspect? Troubling times.
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