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  1. in·sur·rec·tion ˌinsəˈrekSH(ə)n/ noun noun: insurrection; plural noun: insurrections a violent uprising against an authority or government. "the insurrection was savagely put down" synonyms: rebellion, revolt, uprising, mutiny, revolution, insurgence, riot, sedition, subversion; Where there is an insurrection in a state against its government, the president may, in addition to calling out the militia, "use such of the armed forces as he considers necessary to suppress the insurrection." unlawful conspiracy that obstructs the execution of the laws of the United States By states and sanctuary cities refusing to uphold the Laws of the United States Federal Government via conspiracy although blatantly, he has the authority to use the military on a temporary basis to re-enforce the federal agents of ICE.
  2. you may want to do the research: "The New York Times confirmed the second meeting, which has no official United States record, took place at a couples-only dinner at the Summit."
  3. you may want to reread that: "Although the president has constitutional power to use the military to protect the nation in time of emergency and to repel invasions, in the Civil Disturbance Statutes Congress expressly authorized the president to use the armed forces under emergency circumstances. Where there is an insurrection in a state against its government, the president may, in addition to calling out the militia, "use such of the armed forces as he considers necessary to suppress the insurrection." Also, the president may use the armed forces to suppress a rebellion, insurrection, domestic violence, or unlawful conspiracy that obstructs the execution of the laws of the United States or deprives the people of the United States from their constitutional rights, privileges, and immunities. These statutes were relied on to authorize the use of federal troops to enforce federal court orders for school desegregation in Arkansas (1957), Mississippi (1962), and Alabama (1963), as well as to assist the National Guard in quelling urban riots. Other laws allow the president to direct the armed forces actively to enforce specific federal laws."
  4. So, he met alone in a room filled with no less than 50 people? Were they also speaking under a "Cone Of Silence" so that none of the people sitting next to or across from them could hear? Or MAYBE, they were the only 2 people in the room filled with top 20 leaders that could speak and understand English?
  5. What in the heck does getting caught speeding and being an illegal alien have to do with each other? Nobody is asking locals to do anything more than an extra phone call to ICE when an arrested person can't provide proof of residency or citizenship. Then I guess my post wouldn't have included them as I clearly stated "Immigrant Communities". Hence the reference to History Repeating Itself.
  6. Maybe he was being polite by not saying that he dislikes needing to strain to understand someone with a think accent. Maybe he didn't care to be seated with her due to scandals back in Japan atm. Maybe Melania understands Russian as it's pretty close to Slovenian. Putin also speaks, reads and writes English but prefers to speak Russian because most other people don't. Nobody knows what language they spoke. It could also be possible that they were finally discussing things that are important and just felt they could be more direct and frank w/o the MSM breathing down their necks waiting for any chance to pounce and self-expand non-issue stories.
  7. I remember all those polls. Made by the same people who were celebrating Clinton's victory in the media.
  8. It would seem that they are working counter productively then. If there were no immigrant communities, there would be no serious or violent crimes committed in them. Doesn't anyone believe that the 1 of the biggest reasons people are wanting illegals out is because of immigrant communities that refuse to become part of the country they wish to live in? It's not like it's never happened before which is why we have areas like Watts, Queens, Harlem, etc. so why does the history of failure need to be repeated several times over before anyone realizes what's going on?
  9. Or maybe the kind of lawyer you fire and replace when you hear this kind of thing.
  10. All Democratic, but that fact never seems to matter.
  11. What I DO understand is that until a Washington Outsider was finally elected because Americans are so sick and tired of the same 'ol crap, there have been "Federal Judges" coming out of the woodwork to try and run the executive branch of the government in an unprecedented fashion and number.
  12. Foreign electoral interventions are attempts by external powers, covertly or overtly, to influence elections, or their results. Theoretical and empirical research on foreign electoral intervention is weak overall,[1] however, a number of such studies have been conducted. A 2016 study by Levin found that, among 938 global elections examined,[a] the United States and Russia combined had involved themselves in about one out of nine (117), with the majority of those (68%) being through covert, rather than overt, actions. The same study found that "on average, an electoral intervention in favor of one side contesting the election will increase its vote share by about 3 percent," an effect large enough to have potentially changed the results in seven out of 14 US presidential elections occurring after 1960.[2][c][d] According to the study, the U.S. intervened in 81 foreign elections between 1946 and 2000, while the Soviet Union or Russia intervened in 36. So, which of the 14 previous presidents dating back to 1960 (before Trump) who have been proven guilty of the exact same thing are we to persecute 1st? Or is this just a "Trump-Hater" thing?
  13. Interestingly enough, the Supreme Court itself said agencies don't qualify as a bona fide relationship. Now comes that bassackwards hawaii again overturning a portion of a SC ruling? Trump needs to fire and replace that asshat judge.
  14. An absolutely Nothing story about Nothing happening and yet the loser brigade is clinging to it tooth and nail hoping they aren't as stupid as America already knows they are. Since when does digging up dirt on a political opponent become a criminal act? If that's the case then they need to go all the way back to George Washington and retroactively prosecute every politician in history.
  15. Wish they would expand these kinds of things outside of BKK. Every time I have to go to a city I always pop into 7-11 to see what's new that we don't get out here in the sticks. :)