States being forced to accept DHS’s ‘Real ID’ national drivers license program

Friday, September 19, 2014
By Paul Martin
Friday, September 19, 2014

If you rely on your Oklahoma Driver’s license to get into a secure area like a federal building or an airplane, things will be changing. Oklahoma is one of a handful of states that hasn’t complied with a federal mandate to make our driver’s licenses more secure.

Beginning in 2015, you won’t be able to use your Oklahoma Driver’s license as an ID to get through security at federal buildings. And in 2016 you won’t be able to use it at the airport either.

“You would be required to have a driver’s license and a passport or some other federal ID to actually go through the TSA checkpoint or fly on a commercial aircraft,” explained Karen Carney, spokeswoman with the Will Rogers World Airport.

That’s because back in 2005, Congress passed the REAL ID Act that would make it harder for terrorists to get fake ID’s. But in 2007, Oklahoma passed a law forbidding compliance with the act.

What the above sentence should say is: Congress sold us out to DHS and biometric companies that are tracking us & profiting from a national biometric ID program!

This is 100% B.S. we need to repeal this spying program now!

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