James Fulford of VDare revealed that retired generals John Kelly and James Mattis played an instrumental role in preventing President Donald Trump from using U.S. troops on the southern border.
Kelly was the Chief of Staff and Mattis was the United States Secretary of Defense under the Trump administration.
According to Fulford, the two former Trump administration officials believed that the Posse Comitatus Act prevents American Armed Forces from defending the country from invasion.
Fulford noted the following:
The Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 is intended to prevent the US Army from being used on Americans. In the anti-terrorist panic after 9/11, various people made noises about suspending it. (One of them was Joe Biden.)
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