Daily blog: It’s December 29th, and the Dempub Party wants to strike fear in your hearts.
In Oregon, a small business owner defied The Party by opening up her salon. They retaliated by sending Child Protective Services to her home, threatening to remove her children.
Is this the kind of world you want to live in?
The Party will stop at nothing to scare you. And they will weaponize government departments to do this: the IRS, Agriculture, Education, Health and Human Services, etcetera.
Do not bow down to this pressure, or it might be your kids they come for next.
“The urge to save humanity is almost always only a false-face for the urge to rule it.”—H.L. Mencken
Definition of Dempub: Democrat and Republican parties.
2 thoughts on “Day Zero – The Threats”
DO NOT LET CPS INTO YOUR HOME
CPS has absolutely no right to enter your home unless they have a warrant signed by a judge. The only way an investigator can come into your home without a warrant is if you invite them in. Be advised that the worker may threaten you or threaten to take your children but remember this is an empty threat. The U.S. Constitution protects your rights to be free from a government search unless the investigator has a warrant. If the worker insists on entering your home, politely tell them no unless they can produce a warrant to search your home. Don’t be surprised if the investigator returns with law enforcement. The only reason a worker can enter your home without a warrant and without your permission is if they are accompanied by a law enforcement officer. If the investigator show up with police and they believe there is an imminent threat, they have the right to enter your home. However, this rarely happens. . Again, be firm and do not be intimidated.
Ask for an attorney and say as little as possible
Many times CPS investigators show up unannounced. If you have utilized an attorney before, you can tell the CPS investigator that you want time to call your attorney and have your attorney present for any questioning. If the CPS worker does not have a warrant, they will likely leave and ask you and your attorney to schedule a time to be interviewed. If you do not have an attorney, tell the investigator that you want time to find a lawyer and that you want to reschedule the interview once you have found an attorney. Again, if the worker does not have a warrant, they will have no choice but to leave and schedule an interview at a later date. While the CPS investigator is there, they may try to ask you questions even if you have asked for time to consult with an attorney. Again, be calm and polite and say as little as possible. Do not volunteer information to the investigator as this will likely be twisted to be used against you at a later date. Remain firm. Insist on an attorney. Say as little as possible and ask the investigator to leave.
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Thanks for the advice.
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