Come back with a warrant

I may have nothing to hide, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to show it to you. Come back with a warrant.

With this doormat, you can say what needs to be said to overzealous jackbooted thugs before they even have a chance to knock on your door.

“It’s a good start,” says Stephen Gordon.

Come back with a warrant.

The Fourth Amendment and Ninth Amendment were intended to protect our right to privacy. By allowing police to search you whenever and wherever they want, without good reason, you become part of the problem. You undermine the privacy of everyone, including yourself.

And if you’re just afraid to say no to the police, remember, they wouldn’t ask you to consent to a search if they really had anything on you. So you’re perfectly free to say no. And if you just can’t bring yourself to do it, now there’s a doormat to do the talking for you.