Obama has declared martial law in texas
Libertys Last Stand by Stephen CoontsThe tease for this reads, a new resistance movement rise up against an unimaginable enemy… Not so much! This is a direct attack on the elected president of the United States by a maniacal, unbalanced, fear and race baiting right wing author. Stephen Coonts is a seditious, treacherous, anti-American bigot. Libertys Last Stand is Coonts diatribe of hatred of all things non-Anglo-American. Coonts spews vitriolic assaults against Americans, the American political system and all that it stands for. Coonts has no need for application of the U.S. constitution as in his mind, he knows better. Despite shrinking ice caps, Coonts denies proof of climate change. Coonts has no need for the Supreme Court, as he wants prayers displayed everywhere. Separation of church and state? Mr. Coonts would force religion on courts, legislative chambers and peoples whether wanted or not. 0 of 10 stars
IT Official - U.S. Soldier exposing MARTIAL LAW at Texas Government Meeting (Jan, 2016)
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There was a time in modern history when the GOP was a party of ideas—agree with them or not, its leaders were dominated by smart people who assembled ideologically consistent policies based on facts, statistics and history. But, as Bruce Bartlett, a former senior policy analyst for Ronald Reagan, recently said, "Now it's the party of crazy people, ignorant Tea Party people—people who know nothing and are proud of it. The list of the irrational and illogical just grows and grows. But the real danger is not that swaths of Republican voters babble nonsense that would make an eighth-grader roll his eyes. Instead, it is that policy discussions frequently jump the track when GOP leaders treat the tinfoil hatters' latest obsession as worth anything other than derision. Whether these officials are demagogues seeking votes from the unhinged or—the more frightening possibility—believers of this toxic flapdoodle, the result is the same: Cradling the crazy has made many GOP politicians midwives to madness.
President Barack Obama's time in office has been fodder for conspiracy theorists since he stepped into the White House eight years ago, with critics questioning his place of birth and religion, among other things. And some anti-Trump Americans are applauding the idea. Martial law refers to government control through the use of military force. The conspiracy developed from those who perceived Obama's occassional use of executive orders as an overreach of his power. The president doesn't need approval for executive orders and they can't be overturned by Congress.
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Q: Is Jade Helm 15 a government attempt to create martial law in the U. A: No. In July, the U. Army Special Operations Command will begin an expansive military training exercise across several southwestern states. It is not, as some have claimed, the latest covert government attempt to introduce martial law. Accordingly, USASOC says it obtained permission from private landowners and state and local authorities to conduct the drills. Founded by Stewart Rhodes, who says he served as an aide to former Rep.
The march towards martial law is something that is often ignored by the general public, often labeled as Quackery or something belonging on conspiracy websites. Under a declaration of martial law, Constitutional freedoms and liberties are suspended, and civilians are no longer entitled to their civil rights. It basically allows the government, or a tyrannical politician, to shred the Constitution and impose its will through military force. In one way or another, there have always been tyrants who have used the power of government to suppress and control the public. Using the strictest definition of the term, we can see the roots of martial law in America take hold during the lead up to the Revolutionary war.