From Elad Gross <[email protected]>
Subject Coups and Assassinations
Date April 25, 2024 9:07 PM
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Today at the United States Supreme Court, Missouri's former Solicitor General, who now serves on former President Donald Trump's legal team, argued that Presidents should be immune from prosecution if they use the military to kill their opponents or orchestrate a coup.
Just one of the exchanges today:
Screenshot of quote. Justice Sotomayor: If the President decides that his rival is a corrupt person and he orders the military, or orders someone to assassinate him, is that within his official acts for which he can get immunity? Attorney: It would depend on the hypothetical but we can see that could well be an official act. [[link removed]]
Both of my opponents running to be Missouri's Attorney General supported this argument. One is on the legal team that presented today. The other - our current Attorney General - used our tax money to submit a brief in favor.
We cannot afford to let either of them win this election.
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Paid for by Elad Gross for Missouri; Fredrick Doss, Treasurer
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