Texas Congressman and GOP presidential contender Ron Paul is continuing his battle in support of subversive entities working against United States interests, even as he is focused on his fight for the White House. This week, he introduced legislation to overturn the provisions found within the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that allow for detention of traitors, turn-coats and subversives in the United States who have “substantially supported” international terror organizations.
Rep. Paul spoke on the House floor, specifically against Section 1021 of the NDAA, which includes language permitting the government to detain anyone who “substantially supported al Qaeda, the Taliban, or associated forces that are engaged in hostilities against the United States.” Paul fears — as do a number of other opponents to the law — that the language can be used against U.S. citizens who have supported such terrorist organizations as well. ok so why shouldn’t citizens of the United States who work to bring down this country be held accountable?
Hmm…let’s see if he can explain himself and why he supports such traitorous views (Read More…)
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