Eric Holder: the president May Use Lethal Force Against Us

Eric Holder has issued the following statement in a letter to Sen. Rand Paul:

“The question you have posed is therefore entirely hypothetical, unlikely to occur, and one we hope no President will ever have to confront,” the letter continues. “It is possible, I suppose, to imagine an extraordinary circumstance in which it would be necessary and appropriate under the Constitution and applicable laws of the United States for the President to authorize the military to use lethal force within the territory of the United States.”

Holder said that the president could be faced with such a situation (“to authorize the military to use such force”) if the need to protect the nation arose during an attack similar to Pearl Harbor or 9/11.

“Were such an emergency to arise, I would examine the particular facts and circumstances before advising the President on the scope of his authority,” he concludes.

When the Attorney General representing the Department of Justice can issue such a statement, we know that our Liberty is being threatened. But then many people have already come to this inevitable conclusion. On both sides.

David DeGerolamo

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3 Responses to Eric Holder: the president May Use Lethal Force Against Us

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  3. So… can we pose hypothetical questions to Ehrlich Holder and expect ONLY to be ignored, or receive worthless responses?

    I’ve got a query for that pile of manure, but it’d probably have an SS visit, even though the question was purely “hypothetical”.

    America needs to completely purge dumbass from the system!

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