What Would It Take For Obama To Declare Martial Law Before November?

Tuesday, August 2, 2016
By Paul Martin

August 1, 2016

In case you weren’t aware – and you’d have to be living under a rock not to know – our country is under siege, by terrorists from afar and by political opportunists here at home.

For many people who remember the tumultuous 1960s and for those who have studied those trying times, today’s unrest seems to be much worse. That may because in addition to the fomenting of societal and political strife, which occurred during the civil rights period 50 years ago, foreign-sponsored terrorism adds another dimension that largely did not exist last century.

Is the situation in America going to get so bad that our agitator-in-chief president would consider, or actually declare, martial law? It’s not such a far-fetched idea, and the fact is, the elements exist right now for that to happen. We may be just one attack – or one political riot – away from it.

Protests at last week’s Republican National Convention did not live up to the hype. It’s not yet known if planned protests at the Democratic National Convention, which kicked off this week, will either. But the fuel is there, clearly. Recently hacked and leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee – most likely by the Russian government – prove that political operatives within the DNC conspired to deny Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont the nomination by colluding with party officials and the media, just as he suspected. That is angering to his millions of supporters who believed the party’s nomination process was indeed rigged all along.

Political chicanery aside, the more pressing danger right now is from terrorism. In the past month alone, hundreds of people – in Europe and in the United States – have been killed or wounded by ISIS-inspired terrorists. There doesn’t seem to be a day that goes by when we don’t learn of another attack, whether it’s in Florida (again) or Germany.

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