Law & Crime reports:
President Donald Trump on Wednesday morning posted a series of tweets and re-tweets featuring an array of articles and videos maligning his political opponents and praising his own leadership.
But stashed between four re-tweets which originated from Fox Business News’s Jim Varney, Trump also retweeted a Washington Times op-ed which virulently denounced the president’s deployment of federal agents in Portland as “unconstitutional.”
The article was penned by Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew P. Napolitano. It is titled “How Totalitarianism Begins in the U.S.,” and it is a sharp condemnation of the president’s decision to intervene in Portland against the wishes of local and state elected officials.
— WashTimesOpinion (@WashTimesOpEd) July 23, 2020
“Government repression of dissent is totalitarian. It is as un-American as the governments against which we fought world wars to preserve our core freedoms.”-@Judgenap on the Trump administration’s deployment of federal police in Portland.
Do you agree, @potus?
— Alex Howard (@digiphile) July 29, 2020
It’s almost like he doesn’t realize that the dude isn’t on his side
— Paul Jones (@OneLeggedBeagle) July 29, 2020