No Wall Needed: Pelosi’s Brilliant Plan to Use ‘Robot Dogs’ to Secure the Border
We’ve all been horribly wrong. Walls are passe. Security is a misnomer. Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi laid it out in brilliant detail this week, saying that what’s really needed to ensure security and patrol effectiveness on America’s southern border is a massive litter of cyber-puppies. Better known as ‘robot dogs.’
After Boston Dynamics and DARPA videos hit the internet a few years ago showing models of self-actuated robotic horror resembling Great Dane and Labrador Retriever, the imagery and connotations of AI robotics and models of so-called, ‘robot dogs’ are engrained in the minds of patriots from coast to coast. ‘Big Dog’ as it was dubbed, is a model of artificial intelligent robotic that features a chassis and movements very similar to the anatomy of a large canine.
And all of it makes Nancy Pelosi’s recent mention of dog-like robotics very quizzical indeed. Does she actually believe that deploying robotic dogs on the Southern Border would deter illegal immigration? Or is she trolling the nation of informed preppers, watchers and patriots who have studied coming generations of cybernetics with great interest in order to be aware and prepared for the technological deployment of the final wave of robotic patrols?
Maybe just a little more Chardonnay, Nancy. Discount, if you please.
Let the shutdown be permanent.
DARPA VIDEO FILE: ‘BIG DOG’ SHOWS IMPRESSIVE POTENTIAL AS A.I. TRANSPORT, SEARCH ROBOT OF THE FUTURE