Presidents Wilson, Hoover, Truman, Eisenhower, Bush 41, & Bush 43 all used Federal Troops Domestically but Somehow Trump is a Dictator? – UPDATED

Woodrow Wilson, Herbert Hoover, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush all used the Insurrection Act and/or federalized National Guard troops to handle domestic unrest and/or the threat of it.

Woodrow Wilson used it to quell race riots in 20 cities.

Herbert Hoover used it when 43,000 WWI “Bonus Army” vets marched on Washington.

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Capital Grounds During the “Bonus Army” Protest.


Harry Truman used it against striking/rioting railroad workers.

Dwight Eisenhower used to to stop violence when enforcing integration and defend the Little Rock Nine.

George H.W. Bush used it to quell the LA riots after Rodney King.

George W. Bush used it to secure airports after 9/11.

But when Donald Trump does it to stop more cities and neighborhoods from being burned to the ground an stop put an end to 17 people being killed by looters and ANTIFA it somehow means that he is a dictator.

Gimme a break.

UPDATE – Federal Troops were on standby and not actually deployed. Elite Media gets it wrong again.

Do Black Lives Matter or Not?

Seventeen people were killed during the riots and looting, most of whom were people of color. 47 people a month are killed in Chicago with scores more shot, most of which are people of color.

Where is Black Lives Matter? Why isn’t Joe Biden going to their funerals? Do these lives matter or not?

Where is CNN? Why aren’t these victims name repeated over and over?

Because the elite media is racist. When a couple dozen white people are killed like in a mass shooting they get all sorts of media attention and memorials.

It is not just racism, there is an ideological agenda at play here as they only protest any event they think they can political or ideological hey with.

85 shot in chicago june 1 2020

Fmr AG Matthew Whitaker: How Mueller Laid ‘Obstruction of Justice Trap’ for Trump, Lied to DoJ

Full Interview with Matthew Whitaker on American Thought Leaders:

New Book From Matthew Whitaker, Above the Law: The Inside Story of How the Justice Department Tried to Subvert President Trump

The Russia collusion investigation led by then-Special Counsel Robert Mueller was artificially prolonged in the hope that President Donald Trump would move to terminate it and thus be accused of obstruction of justice, according to former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker.

Whitaker, who led the Department of Justice (DOJ) between Nov. 7, 2018, and Feb. 14, 2019, said that, in his opinion, the Mueller team acted inappropriately to create an “obstruction of justice trap” for Trump and his officials.

Former FBI Director Mueller was appointed by then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in May 2017 to take over an FBI counterintelligence investigation to determine whether the 2016 Trump campaign colluded with Russia to sway the election.

By March 2019, Mueller had wrapped it up, saying the probe was unable to establish that any such collusion took place.

Mueller, however, already knew this in 2018, Whitaker told Jan Jekielek, host of The Epoch Times’ “American Thought Leaders” series.

Soon after taking command at the DOJ, Whitaker was briefed “on the contours and what was the Mueller investigation,” he said.

“There was no evidence of any criminal conspiracy or connection or collusion, whatever you want to call it, between the Trump campaign, members of the Trump campaign—including Donald Trump—and the Russian government. So, therefore, the primary and sole purpose of that investigation had essentially failed to generate any evidence, and it was clear that that had been known for some time.”

Keeping such an investigation open isn’t the “regular order at the Department of Justice,” according to Whitaker. He offered a theory as to why it happened.

Full article HERE.