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Biden’s Military Eyes Tech to Read, Control Minds

The U.S. military, the same that hasn’t won a war in decades and completely failed the Afghanistan pullout, is all geared up to adopt technology that can supposedly “read” a person’s mind, with interrogation applications—and potentially even implant false memories.

Frankly, I don’t trust anybody with a technology that could potentially hack into a person’s brain, but with military and civilian government leadership the way it is right now, with Joe Biden as commander-in-chief and woke, race-obsessed Gen. Brown as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, I certainly don’t want the US military to have that ability. It’s all very well to talk about using such technology, if it really works, to interrogate the enemies of the United States. But, as we know very well, the Biden administration has a habit of calling MAGA supporters, traditional Catholics, concerned parents, and pro-lifers their enemies, while ignoring actual terrorists and criminals.

The Washington Times announced on Oct. 20 an “international race…to perfect brain machine interfaces that turn people into Professor X-like superhumans capable of controlling devices with their thoughts.” It might sound exciting at first, but honestly, I can’t think of any government or entity with whom I would completely trust such a technology. Cryptologic warfare officer Lt. Cmdr. Mark Wess reportedly said, “No emerging technology is potentially more important to the military.” Both he and another expert agreed to interviews with the Washington Times, and then suddenly backed out. What don’t they want us to know?

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Catherine Salgado is a columnist for The Rogue Review, a Writer for MRC Free Speech America, and writes her own Substack, Pro Deo et Libertate. She received the Andrew Breitbart MVP award for August 2021 from The Rogue Review for her journalism.

News and Headlines. 10/23/2023.

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