"Re-education Camps"... let's take a look at history:Pol Pot & the Khmer Rouge used "re-education camps"
One of the places that were used as killing sites was Tuol Sleng Prison, also known by its code name S- 2 , in the heart of Phnom Penh which, until 1975, had actually been a high school. Unfortunately, the Khmer Rouge had it remodelled and established it as a "re-education camp”
where 14,000 people were interrogated and eventually tortured to death...Mao in China used "re-education camps"
When there occurred signs of impatience among the military in 1967 with the disorder of the Cultural Revolution, Mao ordered the military to suppress the movement. In 1968 Mao sent the Red Guards and other young people to the countryside supposedly for re-education
by the peasants but in actuality simply to suppress the social disorder of the Cultural Revolution. Stalin loved "re-education camps"Slave labor camps, also known as "concentration camps," "forced labor camps," and "re-education camps," have played a vital role in Communist systems from the very beginning.
Lenin's secret police, the Cheka, began to set up concentration camps in 1918; the first official admission appears to have been made by Leon Trotsky, who threatened rebellious Czech forces with confinement in concentration camps if they refused to join the Red Army. The number confined during Lenin's reign was by later standards modest, apparently no more than 100,000; but from the outset concentration camps were set up in the unbearable climates of Siberia and northern Russia, and used for extremely demanding tasks such as canal digging, timber cutting, and mining. Such conditions would have tested the endurance of anyone, but they became deadly when combined with the small amounts of food and inadequate clothing issued to prisoners: the annual death rate in Lenin's slave labor camps generally ranged between 10-30% per year. (Thus, the odds of surviving a five- year sentence ranged from 20-60%). Moreover, the high death rate required continuous large-scale arrests merely to keep the prison population stable. North Korea uses "re-education camps"
The North Korean constitution has clauses guaranteeing the freedoms of speech and assembly. In practice other clauses take precedence, including the requirement that citizens follow a socialist way of life. Criticism of the government and its leaders is strictly curtailed and making such statements can be cause for arrest and consignment to one of North Korea's "re-education" camps.
The government distributes all radio and television sets; citizens are forbidden to alter them to make it possible to receive broadcasts from other nations, and doing so carries draconian penalties.
=========================There's historical precedent for "re-education camps", as you can see.
Now they're building "re-education camps" in the US.