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In the following video Lawrence points out that Treason is only a valid charge if one was waging war on the United States and the United States had declared war officially (like with the Confederates, that the South and the GOP remember with reverence).
Lawrence: Betrayal, not treason, at heart of the Flynn sagaThere was a long discussion during Michael Flynn's sentencing about whether Flynn committed treason. Lawrence explains how the Constitution is clear on treason and that what Flynn is guilty of is ‘betrayal’ of the United States.
Section 3 - Treason. Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.
Treason can only be declared when someone helps the enemy during the time of a declared war. Congress DID declare war on the people who did 9/11, i.e. ANY and ALL people who did 9/11. We went after the wrong people, thus the law is still in play and unfulfilled. Using Lawrence's legal explanation of treason, Bush and Cheney should (and can) be indicted for treason or outright attacked by the army and killed for no reason as the permission is already there, i.e. there is a declaration of war against the people who did 9/11.
NY Times: After the Sept. 11 attacks, Congress enacted a law that authorized a military response against whatever nations, organizations or persons the president “determines” planned, authorized, committed or aided the attacks, or who harbored such organizations or persons. At the time, that seemed to mean Al Qaeda and its Taliban hosts in Afghanistan.
Thus the GOP is also liable for 9/11 given its years long support of the people who attacked us on 9/11. All we have to determine is intent. If they knew their party did 9/11 and they know the policies they are pushing is bad for the people, THEN we have a clear line of treason. i.e. they aided and abetted the 9/11 terrorists (those in charge on 9/11 including the white house and other top officials) in attacking America on multiple fronts including through gun violence, fake economics (death through poverty and lack of healthcare), and just lying about their goals and state intentions and their positions and words for years (easily determined by lie detectors or their refusal to sit for a lie detector test). Just pure treason.
Extract from Declaration of War: Ten Years Later: On September 18, 2001, Congress enacted into law, and President George W. Bush signed, what is arguably the broadest declaration of war in our nation’s history. “Whereas on September 11, 2001, acts of treacherous violence were committed against the United States,” begins the Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF),
The President is authorized to use all necessary and appropriate force against those nations, organizations, or persons he determines planned, authorized, committed or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001, or harbored such organizations or persons in order to prevent any future acts of international terrorism against the United States by such nations, organizations, or persons.
Constitutionally, the 9-18-01 Act is a Declaration of War. Congress, not the President, has the power “to declare war,” the result of a deliberate decision by the framers of the Constitution to transfer the traditional war-initiating executive power of a king to a representative, republican legislature. The President, the framers determined, should have only the power to counter attacks on the nation—to repel and respond—but not to initiate war on his own. The President, as Commander-in-Chief, would have complete military authority to conduct war, once declared: he, and not Congress, makes the decisions as to how to wage war, including all matters of military engagement, strategy, tactics, rules of engagement, diplomacy, armistice, foreign relations with allies and adversaries, and policies toward captured enemies (including detention, interrogation, and military punishment—the subjects of so much friction in recent years). The framers’ division was clear: Congress declares wars; the President fights and concludes them.
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