The US government is now making efforts to undo about 800 years of legal precedent, going back to the Magna Carta, that says a person accused of a crime has a right to know what he's been charged with and make an effort to refute the charge. That's enshrined in the 5th amendment of our Constitution. Both houses of Congress passed similar measures, which are now being reconciled in committee. There was a provision in the legislation that protected 5th amendment rights for citizens. That's bad enough. Non-citizens are not animals. They deserve a chance to rebut charges against them. But the committee has apparently stripped that provision from the reconciled law. If this passes US citizens likewise can be detained indefinitely without charge.
The Constitution is the document that restrains the government. It was an effort to prevent tyranny. You don't just throw people in jail forever without giving them the opportunity to prove their innocence. What does it say about a government that now wants to have all constraints on it's power to imprison and punish people removed? Troubling times ahead.