Sara Carter: Even Senior Officials in Central America Are Concerned About What’s Happening in the U.S.

‘We are evolving into an internal security state’


CARTER: "And there has been a big backlash against federal law enforcement as well as the DoJ, and it's not just here in the United States. I just returned from a week in Central America and I was talking to senior officials in Central America, both in Guatemala as well as in El Salvador, everybody is concerned. Everybody has their eyes on the United States right now and what is happening here. And one of the things, Lawrence, that I want to bring up just very quickly is the fact that we are evolving into an internal security state and everyone is seeing that — not just with the FBI, but also with the hiring of 87,000 IRS agents. This isn't about just Donald Trump, this is about all of us."

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