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Holy shit the @MassStatePolice tweeted some intel analyst’s browser shortcuts and they include left wing organizations’ FB pages and websites
It’s actually an important image. It shows how post-9/11 “security” infrastructures (like fusion centers, from which this was almost certainly tweeted) serve as anti-left wing political police and double as emergency responders. Bad.
We must shut down police fusion centers and replace them with emergency response intelligence and response organizations that do not have any interest in arrest, and are not police. Tbh we need climate response centers. Fund that not police.
The @MassStatePolice deleted the tweet, but @caulkthewagon screenshotted it. Zoom in. #abolishDHS

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