Happy Thanksgiving dear reader. One thing we here at Jackson Leaks are thankful for is the freedom of association provided by the United States Constitution and free exercise of religion required therein as well as by the NJ State Constitution. As determined by prior court cases, the right to congregate and worship in one’s home may not, in itself, be limited by the government in NJ.
Why should the government monitor what lawful activities one is doing in the privacy of their home and with whom they are doing them? After all, using your home for other activities is absolutely commonplace, whether it be a home business, regular club, play group, or prayer service. We should be careful about declaring certain activities that are otherwise legal to be subversive when done in one’s home.
So then by what right are Jackson officials giving orders for houses to be put under surveillance without some serious allegation of illegal behavior,
sending spies in unmarked cars to monitor houses on a regular basis,
who keep detailed notes on the otherwise benign activities at private properties.
Why are private citizens being enlisted to inform on and photograph each others daily routines,
with high-up Jackson officials then following up on surveillance in person?
The only thing they seem to find problematic is that this is a waste of “valuable time and money”. While true, they are missing the larger issue: they are government backed predators hunting Jews. In 2017. For no reason other than they gather together with friends and family.
Today they are monitoring Jews and private groups. Tomorrow, what will they be adding to their list?
Continued here: Legal Follies