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‘Abuse of Power’: Trump and Barr to Deploy More Federal Agents to US Cities | Common Dreams News

4 more years of this? ‘Abuse of Power’: Trump and Barr to Deploy More Federal Agents to US Cities | Common Dreams News “In case you were wondering, this is precisely what fascism looks like.” by Eoin Higgins, staff writer  64 Comments Attorney General William Barr speaks during an event about ‘Operation Legend’ in the East Room […]

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Bill Barr could face Bar Association probe after complaint details his abuse of office – Raw Story

“Sober and highly experienced lawyers like those who signed the complaint wouldn’t take such an action except in extraordinary circumstances,” he wrote. “It is only because Attorney General Barr’s abuses are so serious, so repetitive, and so well documented in the complaint that the signers felt compelled to hold Mr. Barr accountable — to protect

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June 6th, D Day: History Lesson: How the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions Helped Win D-Day

Thats right, the 82nd Airborne Division that Trump and AG Barr sent to Washington DC against our citizens. The most well equipped and deadly division, sent to “dominate” the public peacefully protesting racism and exercising their First Amendment rights.      Published on Friday, June 05, 2020 by Common Dreams Dems Introduce Bill to Curb

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DOJ Wants to Suspend Certain Constitutional Rights During Coronavirus Emergency

Peaceful protestors beware……”Norman L. Reimer, executive director of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, told Politico the measure was “terrifying,” saying, “Not only would it be a violation of [habeas corpus], but it says ‘affecting pre-arrest.’ So that means you could be arrested and never brought before a judge until they decide that the

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