Article Four of the United States Constitution

Article Four of the United States Constitution

Clause 2: Protection from invasion and domestic violence[edit] […] and [the United States] shall protect each of them [the States] against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.

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Every public official, every government employee and every citizen has agreed to the lawfulness of the Constitution of the United States.

They have both given their word to enforce and defend the Constitution of the United States ~ to actively secure the border.

If lawful laws are to remain intact then let us pray such illegal activities be treated as such.

Anything less is either a violation of oath or criminal actions against the very foundation of United States law.

For look, the wicked bend their bows; they set their arrows against the strings to shoot from the shadows at the upright in heart. When the foundations are being destroyed, what can the righteous do ? (Psalm 11:2-3)

 

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(en.wikipedia.org)—Clause 2: Protection from invasion and domestic violence[edit] […] and [the United States] shall protect each of them [the States] against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence. Section Four requires the United States to protect each state from invasion, and, upon the application of the state legislature (or executive, if the legislature cannot be convened), from domestic violence. This provision was invoked by Woodrow Wilson during the 1914 Colorado coal strike.[20] See also