Louisiana State Officials Call For Troops On Streets

Lawmakers in Louisiana are calling for National Guard troops to patrol the streets of New Orleans after a toddler was killed in a drive-by shooting. The last time troops were involved in domestic law enforcement in the state, they were used to confiscate legally owned firearms in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Citing soaring crime levels, state lawmaker Austin Badon Jr. told CNN he “wants the government to step and help control the violence,” by sending troops to patrol troubled areas, although he admitted that just “a select few people” were responsible for the crimes.

Concern about military involvement in domestic law enforcement, which is a violation of Posse Comitatus, has surged in recent weeks as a result of a provision in the National Defense Authorization Act which allows Americans to be arrested and held in a detention camp without trial.

Presidential frontrunner Ron Paul has also repeatedly warned that martial law and gun confiscations could become widespread in the aftermath of a civil emergency.

Here we go…. The government is trying to get itself in to a position of even more power! They want to take our guns and lock us up in FEMA death camps folks. Hurricane Katrina was a prime example of how FEMA will “help” you. They used the New Orleans Superdome as their “camp” and the living conditions were subhuman. That was FEMA “helping” devastated people. Then they gave us the infamous FEMA trailers that were poisoning the occupants with formaldehyde. Yep, that’s big government “helping” us alright! They are trying to help us all in to an early grave.

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