“As a retired AF Vet, a military tribunal is a no-nonsense, fact-based judicial process that is precedent with the US Supreme Court. Hand slapping is not the outcome.”
“This is the real reason the completely fabricated lies were made up against Justice K. K was the vote the Patriots needed to get the the indictments moving. CHECKMATE”
“Senator Graham begins a line of questioning about the rights of Americans who are deemed enemy combatants.”
“All the traitors of the previous administrations should be VERY nervous.”
“Q tells us that one of the main ( unofficial and unspoken ) reasons Kavanaugh was nominated to SCOTUS, was to oversee and facilitate military tribunals for the Deep State / Dem traitors. This enables executions. Now CAN YOU SEE WHY the left fought so hard to prevent Kavanaugh’s appointment? It wasn’t just because they were worried Roe v Wade would be overturned.”
“The significance of Senator Graham getting appointed as Chairman of the Judiciary Committee (oversee and direct the Dec 5 hearings (Atty Huber (staff of 470 investigators) set to testify) can NOT be OVERSTATED! Are you AWAKE yet to what we are witnessing? If not, you will be awake very soon. The Plan for the systematic destruction of the Old Guard is unfolding right before our eyes. Listen to the 3 minute exchange between Senator Graham and Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh. https://youtu.be/cUvTZuknH-o?t=97 Connect The Dots. Think Logically. Trust The Plan. [MILITARY TRIBUNALS for TRAITORS]”
Transcript: (beginning at 2:02)
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Let’s talk about the law and war. Is there a body of law called the Law of Armed Conflict?
Kavanaugh: There is such a body Senator.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Is there a body of law that’s called ‘basic criminal law?’
Kavanaugh: yes sir
Sen. Lindsey Graham: are there differences between those two bodies of law?
Kavanaugh: yes senator.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: From an American citizen’s point of view, do your Constitutional rights follow you, if you’re in Paris –does the Fourth Amendment protect you as an American from your own government?
Kavanaugh: From your own government, yes.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Okay. So if you’re in Afghanistan, do your Constitutional rights protect you against your own government?
Kavanaugh: If you’re an American in Afghanistan you have Constitutional rights as against the US government. That’s long settled law.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Isn’t there also long settled law that goes back to Eisenstraighter case — I can’t remember the name of it,
Kavanaugh: Johnson versus Eisentrigger
Sen. Lindsey Graham: right. that American citizens who collaborate with the enemy are considered enemy combatants
Kavanaugh: they can be, they they can be. They’re often sometimes criminally prosecuted sometimes treated in the military
Sen. Lindsey Graham: let’s talk about “can be”
Kavanaugh: I think the
Sen. Lindsey Graham: under Supreme Court precedent right from again (crosstalk)
Sen. Lindsey Graham: there’s a Supreme Court decision that said that American citizens who collaborated with Nazi saboteurs were tried by the military is that correct
Kavanaugh: that is correct
Sen. Lindsey Graham: I think a couple of ’em were executed
Sen. Lindsey Graham: so if anybody doubts there’s a long-standing history in this country that your constitutional rights follow you wherever you go but you don’t have a constitutional right to turn on your own government, collaborate with the enemy of the nation. you’ll be treated differently. what’s the name of the case if you can recall, that reaffirmed the concept that you could hold one of our own as an enemy combatant if they were engaged in terrorist activities in Afghanistan. are you familiar with that case?
Kavanaugh: Yeah, Hamdi
Sen. Lindsey Graham: okay. so the bottom line is on every American citizen know you have constitutional rights but you do not have a constitutional right to collaborate with the enemy there’s a body of law well developed long before 9/11 that understood the difference between basic criminal law and the law of armed conflict. Do you understand those differences?
Kavanaugh: I do understand that there are different bodies of law of course, Senator.