A up and coming word of the year, ‘insurrection’ and the last guy to hold the White House considered invoking the Act……
As protesters near the White House demonstrated against the killing of George Floyd last summer, aides were preparing a proclamation allowing President Trump to put active-duty US troops on the streets of the capital. The document was drafted after an angry Trump told the attorney general and military leaders he wanted to deploy troops in the city on June 1, the New York Times reports. They dissuaded the president, but aides decided to have the proclamation at hand, should Trump change his mind. The Insurrection Act of 1807 gives the president the power to dispatch military and National Guard troops anywhere in the country, per the Hill, in the event of insurrection or civil unrest. That was the day that protesters were forcibly removed from Lafayette Park, across from the White House, and Trump held up a Bible outside St. John’s Church, per CNN.
The former president told the Times he did not want to send in active-duty troops. “It’s absolutely not true, and if it was true, I would have done it,” Trump said. But officials said the president brought the notion up again over the next few weeks during demonstrations in other cities. Trump was especially irate at being embarrassed in the eyes of other nations. “We look weak,” he told Attorney General William Barr, Defense Secretary Mark Esper, and Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Nonetheless, all three resisted using the Insurrection Act, officials said. White House aides also brought up the possibility of a federal takeover of the District of Columbia’s police force.
The Insurrection Act?
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Sounds like a consideration for the next batch of in-bred morons that want to destroy this republic….
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7 thoughts on “The Insurrection Act”
Shame he didn’t send them to Washington DC on the day The Capitol was invaded!
Best wishes, Pete.
Indeed……he just wanted to use them on people protesting for the rights……chuq
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I appreciate the re-blog….Thanx chuq
Behind an important office there must always be the possibility of enforcing the corresponding power. xx Michael Thank you for the information, Chuq!
Thank you chuq