Last September Joe Biden and Loretta Lynch announced that the Obama administration would be “working” with the United Nations to form a global law enforcement agency that would have policing authority inside of the United States.
Two years earlier the Obama administration signed the United Nations Small Arms Treaty in an attempt to “backdoor” the nullification of the Second Amendment.
The mainstream media ignored the unconstitutional aspect of these Obama actions choosing to ignore almost all of both stories while providing only a highly biased limited slice of coverage to the small arms treaty. When others in the alternative media covered Obama’s illegal overreach of American law they were labeled as conspiracy theorists and their reports were dismissed as untruthful or unnecessary scaremonering.
But nowhere does the Constitution give the president authority to quarter foreign troops on U.S. soil. If anything, the presence of foreign military personnel within our borders qualifies as an act of war requiring the president to be responsible for their immediate removal.
Still, with the aid of a compliant Republican legislature, Obama went ahead with plans for a pact with the U.N. calling it the Strong Cities Network.
Fast-forward nine months and this was the scene on US Interstate 81 in Virginia last Friday:
“Can’t begin to tell you how many of these I passed today on 81 near Lexington, VA. Interesting times ahead!” – Jeff Stern Facebook poster.
The materiel movement comes less than a year after the president’s highly controversial Jade Helm exercises that saw him welcome massive amounts of U.N. materiel and personnel onto our shores:
There is no allowance in the enumerated powers of the U.S. Constitution that gives the president or any other branch of the federal government any authority to police American citizens. This has been left to the states and to their municipalities.
If anything, our Constitution’s Framers believed that this relationship should work in the reverse and that it was incumbent on the citizens to police the government:
- Thomas Jefferson, letter to James Madison, December 20, 1787
So what is the president up to? Local police forces and each state’s National Guard units have proven more than capable of quelling civil unrest within their communities when they’ve called upon to do so and there is nothing to suggest that might no longer be the case.