Secret Service says will confiscate cameras used to take photos of first family

I assume we will soon have to avert our eyes when the royal first family is near. The erosion of liberties in this country continues at an alarming rate.

Perhaps the Secret Service General Counsel could point us to where in the Constitution and federal law the Secret Service has the authority to ban photographs by the public and the confiscation of cellphones and pictures to enforce the ban.

I’m guessing they wouldn’t confiscate a phone from a senator or a bankster.

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  1. Ah, you’re catching up, we in the UK have had the absurd, “it’s an offence to photograph a police officer” crap, and have a wee look at

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