US plans for mass internment during ‘state of national emergency’

There’s legitimate concern about plans for
mass internment in the US based on race,
religion, or politics.
It’s already happened.
In a mirror of Nazi behavior, any US citizen
with as little as 1/16  percentage of Japanese
ancestry – including orphaned infants – was
subject to mass incarceration.
Over 130,000 Japanese Americans – many full
citizens and the children of citizens – were forcibly
relocated from their West Coast homes during the
spring of 1942 and jailed for up to three years.
No trial.

It only takes a declaration of a state of national emergency from the President, and millions of Americans can be carted away to internment camps.  Who knows what might happen to them?

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