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The Constitution & The Judicial Branch Discuss Judge Napolitano on the lockdown at the Political Forums; Originally Posted by pjohns Yes, Judge Napolitano is certainly a libertarian. But I was unaware that he is "an Alex ...

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Yes, Judge Napolitano is certainly a libertarian.

But I was unaware that he is "an Alex Jones conspiracy advocate."

Perhaps that is true. But I have seen no evidence to this effect.
Andrew Napolitano, Fox Business Host, Reveals He Is A 9/11 Truther

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Fox Business host Andrew Napolitano revealed on Tuesday that he does not believe the government’s account of the 9/11 attacks. Napolitano, who hosts “Freedom Watch” on Fox Business and is frequently seen on Fox News as a legal analyst, told radio host Alex Jones — who is a prominent 9/11 conspiracy theorist —that the attacks “couldn’t possibly have been done the way the government told us.”
Judge Andrew Napolitano on The Alex Jones Show :False Flag Event To Save Obama's Pres

Fox News Host Embraces Conspiracist With Race War Theory

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Gravelly voiced conspiracy theorist Alex Jones touts himself as one of the few daring souls willing to tell the “truth” about 9/11 being an inside job, the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s plans to intern dissidents in “death camps,” and the “New World Order” plot to exterminate 80% of the world’s population. The Austin, Texas-based radio host suggests that he is a lone voice “in the wilderness” of a corporate media too cowardly to tell the truth about looming disaster.

But at least one member of that media has shown Jones nothing but love. Judge Andrew Napolitano, senior judicial analyst for Fox News and host of the Fox Business program “Freedom Watch,” calls Jones a “dear friend” who is “doing more than anybody I know” to “educate the public” with “courage and fearlessness.” Jones responds by calling Napolitano the “best person” on national TV. Last Friday, according to liberal watchdog Media Matters for America, Napolitano was on Jones’ show for at least the sixth time, and promised to soon bring Jones on to “Freedom Watch,” which he announced was expanding from the weekend to weekdays.
Napolitano is a bit like Rand Paul...They'll say 5 things that sound perfectly logical, followed by something so out-of-whack you wonder how they dressed themselves...
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Napolitano is a bit like Rand Paul...They'll say 5 things that sound perfectly logical, followed by something so out-of-whack you wonder how they dressed themselves...
Sigh, the Judge is right.
Recently Another group of engineers have proved that the buildings could not have fallen from airplane strikes. and that building 7 (not stuck by a plane) could not have fallen from just fire.

It's not even close "crazy".
What's crazy is to ignore the science available. The engineers along with a group of NYC firefighters and 9/11 family members have made a legal submission of the report to AG for NIST and other Officials to reply to.
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I'm not an Alex Jones fan myself, but IMO he's about as bad as CNN.
BTW Trump has praised Alex Jones "reputation" at one point.

And I've got a real problem with the way he's been treated, Banned by the internet MSM. The censorship of guys like him is the canary in the coal mine IMO.
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cnredd, I don't think pjohns was asking opinion about the source but rather the content. This is "The Constitution & The judicial Branch" forum.

I think many of the restrictions that Mayors, City Councils and Governors are instituting are violations of freedom, liberty and the constitution.
Do you think they are, or don't you?
Yes, I do think they are...

...BUT his name starts this title thread, so the source is relevant...I wouldn't use Napolitano as my liftoff to the discussion...
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Yes, I do think they are...

...BUT his name starts this title thread, so the source is relevant...I wouldn't use Napolitano as my liftoff to the discussion...
The reason that I used Judge Napolitano as my "liftoff to the discussion" is because he was on Fox News the previous night, making these remarks.

Perhaps others, of similar gravitas, have recently done so also. But I am unaware of them.
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There are plenty of laws on the books already unConstitutional. Disobey them at your risk, I say. Get them overturned the legal way, is what I would do.
We are not talking about "laws" here, but about governors' edicts.

And governors have no right to make the law.
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We are not talking about "laws" here, but about governors' edicts.

And governors have no right to make the law.
I understand that. By all means, go ahead and "disobey" what the governor says not to do, or to do.
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