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Wed Jun 30, 2021, 06:46 PM

I believe Noem may have Ahmm, Fornicated the canine

By sending troops to Texas-It gets pretty dense but this seems to explain the legalities which I think she has exceeded:
https://www.military.com/benefits/reserve-and-guard-benefits/whats-difference-between-title-10-and-title-32-mobilization-orders.html

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Reply I believe Noem may have Ahmm, Fornicated the canine (Original post)
flotsam Jun 2021 OP
Trueblue Texan Jun 2021 #1
flotsam Jun 2021 #3
The Polack MSgt Jun 2021 #4
Enter stage left Jun 2021 #2
crickets Jun 2021 #5
rickyhall Jun 2021 #6
belpejic Jun 2021 #7

Response to flotsam (Original post)

Wed Jun 30, 2021, 06:53 PM

1. I don't understand what the link is getting at. nt

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Response to Trueblue Texan (Reply #1)

Wed Jun 30, 2021, 07:17 PM

3. I am sorry

when I first hit this site there were 2 tables that somehow disappeared but basically under title 10 the president directs you where you will serve. Under title 32 the governor can activate you but only in your state. Also

Natural disasters, such as Hurricane Sandy, raise questions concerning the Presidentís legal
authority to send active duty military forces into a disaster area and the permissible functions the
military can perform to protect life and property and maintain order. The Stafford Act authorizes
the use of the military for disaster relief operations at the request of the state governor, but it does
not authorize the use of the military to perform law enforcement functions, which is ordinarily
prohibited by the Posse Comitatus Act. However, the President may invoke other authorities to
use federal troops to aid in the execution of the law, including the Insurrection Act. This report
summarizes the possible constitutional and statutory authorities and constraints relevant to the use
of armed forces, including National Guard units in federal service, to provide assistance to states
when a natural disaster impedes the operation of state and local police.

Unless the President authorizes Posse Comitatus applies:
https://fas.org/sgp/crs/natsec/RS22266.pdf

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Response to Trueblue Texan (Reply #1)

Wed Jun 30, 2021, 07:19 PM

4. A governor has limited authority to mobilize National Guard troops

Without approval from the President. That authority is one of the main benefits a State gets from a Declaration of Emergency...

So the article explains the 2 ways National Guard units are authorized to activate and conduct missions.

They can't be activated and sent on a "Mission" outside of their home state without legal authority.

Each of the Soldiers and Airmen serving in the Guard is entitled to pay and benefits - including accruing Time in Service/Time in Grade point when they are activated. Survivor benefits in case the worst comes to pass. Access to VA care if needed.

Without the Commander in Chief's authorization they are not allowed to operate as an official unit except for a limited time on the Governor's orders in state and paid for with State money.

A governor can't just use the Guard as a personal task force and get a billionaire to foot the bill.

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Response to flotsam (Original post)

Wed Jun 30, 2021, 06:53 PM

2. I hope the ASPCA gets on this right away!

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Response to flotsam (Original post)

Wed Jun 30, 2021, 07:29 PM

5. K&R for the post and the discussion.

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Response to flotsam (Original post)

Wed Jun 30, 2021, 07:30 PM

6. I guess any idiot can be a governor nowadays, huh?

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Response to flotsam (Original post)

Wed Jun 30, 2021, 07:37 PM

7. Don't these morons have lawyers?

Maybe their lawyers are also morons? Or maybe they just don't listen to their lawyers?

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