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The Trump administration is asking Congress to give the federal government sweeping powers to track, hack and destroy any type of drone over domestic soil with a new exception to laws governing surveillance, computer privacy and aircraft protection, according to a document obtained by The New York Times.

Like mosquitoes, summer drones are thick upon the air.

They fly above the treetops and are found most ev’rywhere.

I think that, like mosquitoes, if they get into my face,

I have the right to totally their pestering erase.

While spraying for mosquitoes is a duty to fulfill --

Calling out the Air Force for a drone is overkill . . .

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