"“The fact that we’re even having this conversation is very disturbing,” said Geoffrey King, when I phoned him for a comment. King is a constitutional lawyer and a fellow at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society. “The idea of a registry contravenes everything that Americans have literally bled and died for. Any decent human being who works in the technology industry, or anywhere else, should be fundamentally opposed to this kind of discriminatory proposal. The United States is not Nazi Germany. We fought and defeated Nazi Germany to free people from tyranny and genocide. Any president who tries to impose such a registration system should be impeached and removed from office.”"
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