Will police ever show up at your door for what you post on social media? The answer is yes, as a South Florida woman has posted video of a late-night visit to her home Friday by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, warning her about a Facebook comment she made concerning masks.
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Come back when you have a warrant.

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Talking about possible future actions is not actionable.

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Since when would a police officer answer you in such a manner. When she asked for ID. He said, what do you want a badge (which you can buy in a novelty store, a gun, or handcuffs?) Is it just me or...Do you believe this is a real policeman? hmmm I think not, Very suspicious. I think your policeman's Identification will do just fine.

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"Do I need to call the cops on the cops?" Still think Gov. DeSantis has your back, peons? WATCH: Florida Police send late-night 'Gestapo to intimidate' mom for Facebook remark - This video is one of the most infuriating things you will ever see in connection with the government trying to intimidate its own citizens. Prepare yourself. You could be next.

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REAL simple...I don't even answer the door for cops :).

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If you ever needed a reason to leave FaceBook and Twitter.

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Uh... are they aware of the fact that the Supreme Court actually made it ILLEGAL for law enforcement to monitor your online activity without a warrant.

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Well if that wasn't the most terrifying thing Ive seen all day

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Sheriffs are useless career politicians.

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Don't answer the door!!! It works for the ILLEGALS!!!! Don't answer the door, & instead sit there laughing at them while their knuckles get tired & bruised from knocking!!!

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