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originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: mysterioustranger
They can control all from the office, not the street. Click a button and there's your meter usage history; click again and your power goes on or off. Try to snap the lock, pull the meter, and bypass? That computer pops up an alert before you can throw it on the ground.
They also have the authority to "jump your fence" and install the damn things... the meters belong to the power companies; they are their property. If they hadn't been able to get to your meter within a certain time, they would have just shut the power off at the pole and charged you for it.
You do NOT want to know how much they charge for a lineman to do that!
The reason is, these liberal governors and mayors support BLM and they support anarchy and totalitarian control. They also support crony capitalism when it helps them get what they want (google, Amazon, Facebook, Walmart, Target, etc) but don’t care about the mom and pop places or people just wanting to make their living.
originally posted by: LookingAtMars
originally posted by: Nivhk
So, why didn't they do this for CHAZ or whatever it ended up being called?
Why didn't they do this once riots got out of control?
But it's okay to do this to people within their own homes, outside of the public domain, because...? Reasons?
All I can come up with is, it is not about the virus. There are other reasons besides the virus.
Not sure what the reasons are. I hope they are good reasons.
Aug 19 2020
Power was authorized to be shut off Wednesday at a Hollywood Hills home, reportedly belonging to TikTok personality Bryce Hall, after multiple large gatherings were held at the property.