ew legislation from House Democrats would instruct the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) to collect, study, and analyze online content in order to identify potential mass shooters.
In violation of the United States Constitution, the federal government under the “Identifying Mass Shooters Act” would probe Americans’ social media use in search of “precrime” content that is deemed a threat to the safety of the public.
Proposed by Democratic Maryland Rep. Kewisi Mfume and several other House Democrats, the Identifying Mass Shooters Act would require the director of the NIJ to create and submit a report to Congress detailing the “content patterns” of mass shooters.
This would need to occur within two years of the bill’s passage, we are told, overriding the existing “oversight and accountability” spying programs that are already in place on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter to combat “hate speech, extremism, radicalization, and violence.”
According to the bill, many mass shooters have “utilized various online channels” to publish their infamous “manifestos.” These patsies have also used social media to create blog posts, social media posts, and direct messages to announce their plans to commit future violence.
The job of the NIJ director would be to review “linguistic patterns used by previous mass shooters” as well as “identify items for further study relating to the effectiveness of the best practices developed under subsection.”
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