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Wolf on COG, the State of Emergency and Congress’ Failure to Comply With the Law – Erik Larson

In response to the call to action outlined in the article “To All Readers: Help Force Congress To Observe the Law on National Emergencies!!!” by Prof. Peter Dale Scott and former Rep. Dan Hamburg (D-CA), I emailed and faxed Senators Jim Webb (D-VA) and Mark Warner (D-VA), and Representative Frank Wolf (R-VA). This post regards the response I received from Frank Wolf.

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To All Readers: Help Force Congress To Observe the Law on National Emergencies!!!- Peter Dale Scott, Dan Hamburg, 911Truth.org

On 9/11 the Bush administration declared a State of Emergency (SOE), which was formally proclaimed on September 14, 2001, and extended by Bush repeatedly thereafter, most recently on August 28, 2008. Under cover of this SOE, Bush secretly enacted many extreme measures, ranging from suspension of habeas corpus to preparations for martial law in America; all these were undertaken as part of secret so-called “Continuity of Government” (COG) procedures associated with the SOE, and first instituted on 9/11.

Congress has been derelict in it’s Constitutional duty to review this state of emergency; contact your Senators and Representative and demand they uphold the rule of law; each House of Congress must meet every 6 months to consider a vote on whether the emergency shall be terminated.