Senator Reid Says Presidents Should Have Power To Assassinate ANY American Citizen

Just before the 10 minute mark.

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10 years ago

I agree so long as we have full reciprocity …

… no bag limit on congress critters or white house infestation …

… and receive the same immunity from prosecution.

10 years ago
Reply to  DRenegade

Perhaps …

However I did not threaten anyone … I merely agreed with the public sentiments of a sitting senator and proposed equitable rules of engagement for implementation of his proposal.

Related reading from the Tenth Amendment Center:

“The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution states that the government may not take the life, liberty or property of any person without due process. Due process has numerous components, too numerous to address here, but the essence of it is “substantive fairness” and a “settled fair procedure.” Under due process, when the government wants your life, liberty or property, the government must show that it is entitled to what it seeks by articulating the law it says you have violated and then proving its case in public to a neutral jury. And you may enjoy all the constitutional protections to defend yourself. Without the requirement of due process, nothing would prevent the government from taking anything it coveted or killing anyone – American or foreign – it hated or feared.”

Source: Can The President Kill You?