“Are we as Americans no longer allowed the right to assemble?
“We have been referred to as traitors, un-American, racists, homophobic, ignorant, brainwashed, and now domestic terrorists by the same people who proudly display ‘Hate Has No Home Here’ placards in their front yards,” Dana Kurtbek of Bucks County, Pennsylvania
A Trump supporter who attended the peaceful Jan. 6 Trump rally revealed that she was flagged and interrogated by DHS while flying home from vacation. Then FBI agents appeared at her house.
A Trump supporter who attended the peaceful rally that preceded the Capitol Hill riot revealed to The Post Millennial that she was flagged with facial recognition technology and interrogated by Homeland Security while flying home from vacation last week. Then FBI agents appeared at her house.
When 54-year-old Dana Kurtbek of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, travelled to Mexico with her daughter, the conservative woman was held at Philadelphia Airport for intensive screening conducted by the Transportation Security Administration—even though she is enrolled in the expedited TSA PreCheck program—and missed her American Airlines flight.
“Are we as Americans no longer allowed the right to assemble?” Kurtbek wondered. “Have we ever been the land of the free or has it all been an illusion? Is that why Trump was so hated?”
“I had been flagged by my government as a potential domestic terrorist simply because I attended a rally in support of the president,” Kurtbek said, reflecting on the situation. “Our rights as American citizens have been removed and the government is using this incident to intimidate those with differing views into compliance.”
Kurtbek emphasized that for the past four years, anyone who has shown support for then President Donald Trump has been harassed, ridiculed, and called every name in the book.
“We have been referred to as traitors, un-American, racists, homophobic, ignorant, brainwashed, and now domestic terrorists by the same people who proudly display ‘Hate Has No Home Here’ placards in their front yards,” Kurtbek fired back.
Michael Heinl is a police detective with Pennsylvania’s Shaler Township Police Department, along with being a part of the FBI Pittsburgh office’s violent crimes task force.
Frank Scavo III of Old Forge ran as a Republican candidate for the state Senate in 2018 and the state House in 2019. He lost both times.