Not the fun kind.
"Now, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol has a device that also allows them to seize money on prepaid cards.
It's called an ERAD, or Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machine, and OHP began using 16 of them last month.
Here's how it works. If a trooper suspects a person may have money tied to some type of crime, the highway patrol can scan and seize money from prepaid cards. OHP stresses troopers do not do this during all traffic stops, only situations where they believe there is probable cause."
And then they say. "Troopers insist this isn't just about seizing cash".
The rebuttal? Get this:
"If you can prove that you have a legitimate reason to have that money it will be given back to you. And we've done that in the past," Vincent said about any money seized.
You now have to prove why you have money by whatever metric that "legitimate" is. At least in Oklahoma. If this is being field tested in flyover country, how quick would you reckon that this will become adopted in the socialist enclaves?
Yeah, okay Pal. I don't even know why we are pretending to still have legitimacy of the rule of law anymore.