The Unconstitutional Precedent for the Trump RaidBy Harley Schlanger
More than 400 heavily-armed law enforcement agents surrounded Lyndon and Helga Zepp-LaRouche's Virginia home on Oct. 6, 1986, which could have resulted in his assassination. The Get LaRouche task force, initiated by Henry Kissinger in 1982, which included Robert Mueller, among others, intended to destroy LaRouche and his movement. But the ideas of LaRouche are more powerful than ever, as can be seen in the break by many nations away from the collapsing Unipolar world of the U.S., U.K. and NATO, echoing LaRouche's call for an end to the power of multinational corporate cartels to dictate neoliberal policies. An intention behind the six-year assault against Trump has been to stifle debate and intimidate Americans. Will it backfire?