No Law Can Override The Constitution

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If laws can override the Constitution at will there is no reason to have a Constitution.

I am praying President Trump invokes his authority:


Media reports say that President Donald Trump may use his extraordinary power over immigration to temporarily freeze the asylum laws which are inviting the migrant exodus from Central America.​
The dramatic exercise of Trump’s border power is being considered as the caravan of poor Honduran migrants slowly heads towards the California border. Officials are still trying to game out the likely consequences, including interventions by progressive judges, media outrage, and hostility from the Mexican government.​
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Federal law grants the President extraordinary power over who is allowed into the United States. The Supreme Court recently acknowledged this power to act independently of Congress and of judges, for example, to exclude security threats such as Islam’s believers from identified countries.​

President Trump May Take Extraordinary Action Against Caravan and Migrants, Say Media Reports​
by Neil Munro​
25 Oct 2018​

There is nothing extraordinary about the COMMANDER IN CHIEF’S enumerated authority in the Constitution.

Article II Section 2
The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States; . . .​
Regardless of the everything else Section 2 says, no piece of legislation can override the president’s authority. Not the Posse Comitatus Act, not political asylum, nor any other law, and certainly not United Nations law.

Posse Comitatus was enacted in 1878. Not one Court ever said that that law overrides a president’s constitutional authority, yet every time the U.S. military is restricted to support for ICE the Constitution becomes less relevant. Bush the Younger and the Chicago sewer rat did just that. Bush did it because he was a wimp. The sewer rat did it for open-borders. In both cases every president’s constitutional authority was weakened.


By sending National Guard to border, Trump follows Bush, Obama​
By Nolan Rappaport, opinion contributor​
04/08/18 06:00 AM EDT​
President Trump is not bound by the sewer rat’s decision.

Put the illegal alien invasion issue in perspective. Ask yourself if the Supreme Court can issue a ruling that says politically correct laws override the Constitution? The answer is clearly NO.

Parenthetically, the record shows that activist judges write laws in an effort to overturn the Constitution because Democrats cannot get whatever they want by passing an Amendment to the Constitution.

Finally, answering this question is the only reason the Supreme Court exists: Is a piece of legislation constitutional? President Trump’s commander in chief authority is clearly constitutional irrespective of how he uses it.

p.s.
The Chicago sewer rat was not held liable for anything he did as president. At the very least President Trump should enjoy the same protection when he defends the country.


https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu...&httpsredir=1&article=1897&context=fss_papers
 
May 2018
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Regardless of the everything else Section 2 says, no piece of legislation can override the president’s authority. Not the Posse Comitatus Act, not political asylum, nor any other law, and certainly not United Nations law.
Silly me! I never knew the Pentagon is commander in chief:

It’s acting more like a welcoming committee.​
As the totally spontaneous “caravan” of migrants pushes its way north from Guatemala through Mexico and toward the virtually undefended U.S.-Mexico border, the Pentagon proudly announced that it was deploying an additional 800 troops to the southwestern border to augment the insufficient National Guard forces already there. Many on the Right breathed a sigh of relief.​
Unfortunately, no one should be relieved.​
For starters, the sheer size of the caravan has swelled — according to some reports — to more than 7,000 people. Presently, the National Guard has around 2,100 of its troops supporting the U.S. Border Patrol. Mind you, the U.S.-Mexico border is nearly 2,000 miles long (with little standing in the way of illegal entry).​
In April of this year, Secretary of Defense James Mattis approved a memo ordering the deployment of up to 4,000 U.S. National Guardsmen to the southwestern border (provided that the governors of border states approve of the action and that the Department of Homeland Security reimburse the Department of Defense for its troubles). Yet, the DoD instituted such strict rules of engagement for the National Guardsmen that they’ve proven useless to the Border Patrol.​
What’s more, the 800 active-duty troops that are being deployed to the border are not charged with providing physical support of the Border Patrol and National Guard. Instead, the Pentagon has opted to send its doctors, lawyers, and engineers. What do you think military doctors, engineers, and lawyers are going to do to turn back the human wave threatening America’s porous southwest? (Hint: they’re not going to physically turn back that caravan; they’re going to accommodate it in all likelihood!)​
As I reported earlier this year, the Pentagon has already approved the Department of Homeland Security’s request to turn unused areas of large U.S. military bases along the southwestern border into tent cities. Clearly, the Pentagon has decided to engage in its own bit of policymaking, regardless of what the president has ordered — or what the American people want (and what the United States Constitution outlines).​
Remember that treasonous op-ed in the New York Times written by an anonymous senior Trump Administration official detailing the effectiveness of #TheResistance from within the government to Trump?​
Since the 2016 presidential election, examples have abounded regarding the corruption of the U.S. government — particularly the national security state. From Peter Strzok and Lisa Page to Bruce Ohr and Christopher Steele, America’s foreign and national security policy graybeards are steadfastly opposed to the presidency of Donald J. Trump — and will do anything in their substantial power to stymie the president.​
For instance, in 2017, the president issued an order seeking to ban transgendered individuals from serving in the military. This decision was controversial from a PR standpoint. It was made all the more so because Trump issued the order via tweet, which then sent the paragons of process in the Pentagon atwitter.​
During that “crisis,” the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Marine Corps General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., insisted that the Pentagon did not have to follow the president’s commands unless those orders were written out and sent down through the “proper” chain of command. So, even before the anonymous op-ed encouraging bureaucratic resistance to Trump was published, the military leadership was insulating itself from the president by hiding behind the hallowed process. This would not be the last time the DoD acted in such a self-serving way. In fact, the Bob Woodward book, Fear: Trump in the White House, clearly states that Secretary of Defense James Mattis is not sanguine about Trump’s #MAGA agenda; that he has repeatedly taken steps to limit the purported damage the president’s orders could do to national security.​
Taken together, it is clear that the Pentagon today is simply going through the motions. It is as uncomfortable about physically protecting the U.S.-Mexico border as the Democratic Party is. Without a direct, inviolate command from the president explicitly ordering the Pentagon to take decisive actions to physically turn back the caravan, the Department of Defense will slow-walk and half-ass its response to this pending invasion — hiding behind process until the caravan has arrived, and there is no choice but to take the human mass in.​
Unfortunately, I worry that even if Trump did issue such an explicit order, the Pentagon’s first reaction would be to “follow the letter of the law” when dealing with the “undocumented migrants.” Yet, if one looks at what this “caravan” isin its proper context — an invasion — then following the “letter of the law” would be to turn the human wave away without taking anyone in. Instead of sending doctors to care for the caravan, engineers to build new homes for the invaders, and lawyers to make them legal citizens, the Pentagon would be sending muscle — and lots of it.​
But, hey, the Deep State is gonna State.​

The Pentagon Isn’t Serious About Stopping the Caravan​
Brandon J. Weichert​
October 27, 2018, 12:05 am​
 
Sep 2018
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the constituion is a piece of paper and it is violated all the time, its a weapon rich people use to stop the people from taking power, we need a new constituion but again its a peiece of paper, paper is flamable
 
May 2018
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77
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the constituion is a piece of paper and it is violated all the time, its a weapon rich people use to stop the people from taking power, we need a new constituion but again its a peiece of paper, paper is flamable
To bill sands: The only reason an intelligent person debates a stupid person is because there is a slight chance the idiot will learn something. In your case there is no chance at all.
 
Sep 2015
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If laws can override the Constitution at will there is no reason to have a Constitution.

I am praying President Trump invokes his authority:


Media reports say that President Donald Trump may use his extraordinary power over immigration to temporarily freeze the asylum laws which are inviting the migrant exodus from Central America.​
The dramatic exercise of Trump’s border power is being considered as the caravan of poor Honduran migrants slowly heads towards the California border. Officials are still trying to game out the likely consequences, including interventions by progressive judges, media outrage, and hostility from the Mexican government.​
XXXXX
Federal law grants the President extraordinary power over who is allowed into the United States. The Supreme Court recently acknowledged this power to act independently of Congress and of judges, for example, to exclude security threats such as Islam’s believers from identified countries.​

President Trump May Take Extraordinary Action Against Caravan and Migrants, Say Media Reports​
by Neil Munro​
25 Oct 2018​

There is nothing extraordinary about the COMMANDER IN CHIEF’S enumerated authority in the Constitution.

Article II Section 2
The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States; . . .​
Regardless of the everything else Section 2 says, no piece of legislation can override the president’s authority. Not the Posse Comitatus Act, not political asylum, nor any other law, and certainly not United Nations law.

Posse Comitatus was enacted in 1878. Not one Court ever said that that law overrides a president’s constitutional authority, yet every time the U.S. military is restricted to support for ICE the Constitution becomes less relevant. Bush the Younger and the Chicago sewer rat did just that. Bush did it because he was a wimp. The sewer rat did it for open-borders. In both cases every president’s constitutional authority was weakened.


By sending National Guard to border, Trump follows Bush, Obama​
By Nolan Rappaport, opinion contributor​
04/08/18 06:00 AM EDT​
President Trump is not bound by the sewer rat’s decision.

Put the illegal alien invasion issue in perspective. Ask yourself if the Supreme Court can issue a ruling that says politically correct laws override the Constitution? The answer is clearly NO.

Parenthetically, the record shows that activist judges write laws in an effort to overturn the Constitution because Democrats cannot get whatever they want by passing an Amendment to the Constitution.

Finally, answering this question is the only reason the Supreme Court exists: Is a piece of legislation constitutional? President Trump’s commander in chief authority is clearly constitutional irrespective of how he uses it.

p.s.
The Chicago sewer rat was not held liable for anything he did as president. At the very least President Trump should enjoy the same protection when he defends the country.


https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu...&httpsredir=1&article=1897&context=fss_papers
Lincoln suspended Habeas Corpus. Was Lincoln a stupid man?
 
May 2018
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Lincoln suspended Habeas Corpus.
To Twisted Sister: That is not a plus in his column.

Was Lincoln a stupid man?
To Twisted Sister: No. He was a man with a moral agenda.

Instead of civil war, Lincoln could have, and should have, worked within the Constitution if he felt so strongly about preserving the Union.​
The fact is that Lincoln saw the Constitution impeding his will. Naturally, the Civil War would have been unnecessary had the South surrendered their Rights instead of defending them.​

Americans celebrate Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, but H.L. Mencken correctly evaluated the speech, "It is poetry not logic; beauty, not sense." Lincoln said that the soldiers sacrificed their lives "to the cause of self-determination -- government of the people, by the people, for the people should not perish from the earth."​
Mencken says: "It is difficult to imagine anything more untrue. The Union soldiers in the battle actually fought against self-determination; it was the Confederates who fought for the right of people to govern themselves."​

The Real Lincoln​
Walter E. Williams | Mar 27, 2002​

Mencken specifically objected to this:​

THAT FROM THESE HONORED DEAD WE TAKE INCREASED DEVOTION TO THAT CAUSE FOR WHICH THEY GAVE THE LAST FULL MEASURE OF DEVOTION~THAT WE HERE HIGHLY RESOLVE THAT THESE DEAD SHALL NOT HAVE DIED IN VAIN~THAT THIS NATION UNDER GOD SHALL HAVE A NEW BIRTH OF FREEDOM~AND THAT GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE BY THE PEOPLE FOR THE PEOPLE SHALL NOT PERISH FROM THE EARTH​

Nobody can make the case that America today is governed by, of, and for the people. Nobody can convince me that AMERICANS demanded open-borders, sanctuary cities, loss of their sovereignty, and everything else the federal government imposes on them. Everything the federal government does came from Lincoln’s blueprint. The result has been government by, of, and for the UNIC (United Nations/International Community) and illegal aliens.​
Lincoln used his gift of gab to impose his personal belief on the country; i.e., holding the Union together. Almost every president after Lincoln behaved as though their personal moral code overrides the Constitution. The recent spiritual leader took Lincoln sacrificing the Constitution for his personal moral certainty far beyond what all of the other dirty little moralists did to the country.​
Bottom line: Lincoln can be blamed for the evils of today’s big government because he took the first step towards totalitarian government. Put it in perspective by examining all the harm that flowed from holding the Union together.​
NOTE: Lincoln stole a constitutional Right from the South in addition to providing a blueprint for the theft of stealing states’ Rights from every state.​

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