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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 9 months ago

Trump supporters, can you prove Fox's Andrew Napolitano wrong?  He says Trump's stormtroopers and goons in Portland are unconstitutional?

“The federal government cannot put troops or military personnel or police on the streets without the invitation of the governor or the legislature of the state,” said Mr Napolitano in a Fox News interview. “That’s not only federal law, that’s in the Constitution. What happened in Portland over the weekend, was not only unlawful and unconstitutional, it was just plain wrong."  Go ahead, you constitutional experts, prove Napolitano wrong. 


“You have a lot of peaceful demonstrators. The complaint filed by the attorney general of Oregon against the Department of Homeland Security recounts horror stories of peaceful people being kidnapped, held blindfolded, handcuffed, and incommunicado for hours." That's also Napolitano speaking.

Update 2:

Gee, what happened to all the Trump supporting constitution-loving Trump toadies in Y!A?  Funny how these people cannot prove Napolitano wrong.  Instead, all they can do is bring up irrelevancies.  Overseas Trump supporting trolls never know anything....

4 Answers

  • ?
    Lv 7
    9 months ago
    Favorite Answer

    No, they can't prove him wrong, they'll just say he's a liberal hack. rofl.

  • 9 months ago

    I saw the interview that you are referring to.  If Napolitano is going to say that it's in the Constitution, isn't it his responsibility to cite exactly where in the Constitution it can be found?  Is he talking about the 1Oth Amendment?  

  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    But it was okay to use federal enforcement of desegregation, right?

  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    Nope, he’s wrong. Remember federal troops were brought to Arkansas and Alabama and Georgia without permission of the state governors. 

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