How Did a Crime Become a Policy?

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"Nobody, not even the 'Constitutional law professor' [Barack Obama] who committed the same crime [warrantless spying] for the 8 years before Trump, re-wrote the Fourth Amendment," writes David Swanson. "The powers of the imperial president to spy, imprison, torture, and murder increased under Bush, and under Obama, and under Trump. And if we survive Trump, that trend will continue."

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