Skip to comments.Oregon Governor Refusing National Guard To Border Accepted Soros Donation 3 Days Earlier
Posted on 04/06/2018 7:54:20 AM PDT by MNDude
The Democrat Governor of the state of Oregon, Ms Kate Brown who was in the news this week for boldly stating that she would refuse any future demand from US President Donald Trump to send National Guard troops to the US-Mexico border, apparently received a $25,000 donation for her re-election campaign from American-Hungarian billionaire and known Democratic backer Mr George Soros just three days before making those statements.
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She is just another Democrat prostitute, paid for by Soros.
Don’t let any of this distract us from the Russian collusion with Trump’s campaign! We can’t have foreigners influencing our political processes!
Kim Gardner of StL received over $200K from Soros. She is the prosecutor that led a Grand Jury to indict Missouri’s Governor Greitens. Just sayin’.
Well, since the President can federalize the Guard and bypass the Governor... wasted money. Good.
Her refusal is irrelevant. Dukakis, when he was govenor of Mass refused to allow the Mass NG to deploy to central America. USSC ruled, that the federal government exercises plenary power over the National Guard. Plenary means unlimited. Dukakis lost. Also worth of note, if the federal government exercises plenary power over the NG, then the NG cannot be the independent militia envision by the Founding Fathers.
No...she's a treasonous quisling collaborator and she should be brought up on charges, convicted and publicly hung.
Well if the bimbo is getting money for her National Guard (What is the definition of “national”?) from little Georgie Soros, I guess President Trump needs to get Congress to stop sending money for the National Guard to Oregon.
Well, since the President can federalize the Guard and bypass
the Governor... wasted money. Good.
If needed the President can take care of the problem. Otherwise
this is just banter.
...along with “former” Nazi Soros.
Yes. And this appears to be more evidence of sedition—here deliberately sabotaging State & Federal relations.
Actually, it was Gov. Rudy Perpich of Minnesota who refused, and was batted down (unanimously, btw) by the Supreme Court. Once the President nationalizes a state’s NG (or any part of it), the Governor of that state becomes as powerful in guiding the nationalized units as some beggar in the streets.
The Perpich decision was important for another reason besides asserting the absolute primacy of the President over a state government in these circumstances: by showing that the NG could be federalized with the stroke of a Presidential pen, it gave lie to the assertion by gun control/gun confiscation advocates that the National Guard of each state is that state’s militia - it is manifestly NOT, it is a federal unit that is based in, and peopled by citizens of, that particular state...but that is all.
Now that we’ve established what she is, all that remains is price.........
A good point. A damn good point!
She’s in a campaign to keep her Governorship...she’s been under Soro’s thumb for a long time...she was one of the Sec of States he helped get elected prior to becoming Governor (because we had an illegitimate prior Gov...Kitzhaber)
And she was bought off so cheaply, too.
Never accept less than a million. Nice round number, and it could be mistaken for a bookkeeping error.
Quid Pro Quo
Is the demonRAT motto.
Ancesthntr wrote: “Actually, it was Gov. Rudy Perpich of Minnesota who refused, and was batted down (unanimously, btw) by the Supreme Court.”
You are correct. However, Gov Dukakis had filed a similar claim and was also rejected for the same reasons.
We are no longer a United States. We might be on paper, but not in practice.
We need to rename the Democratic party. Maybe we should call them “Soros’ brought and paid for party” of “We sold out party”.
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