by J.D. Heyes

December 27, 2012

from NaturalNews Website

 


CNN-based British journalist Piers Morgan is in a bit of a sticky wicket, as his countrymen might say: It's possible he has run afoul of American law by, ironically, criticizing American law.

In an interview with longtime Gun Owners of America chief Larry Pratt a few days before Christmas, Morgan berated his guest over the latter's suggestion that, in the wake of yet another deadly school shooting, education officials around the country should use armed guards or trained and armed school teachers to better protect children.

Morgan dismissed Pratt's suggestions out of hand, arguing that the United States has an "enormous problem" with gun violence and adding that our country has,

"the worst rate of gun murder and gun crime of any of the civil countries in this world" (which is not true; Mexico and Brazil have higher rates, by far, though they have fewer guns in the hands of private citizens).

 

 


You're an unbelievably criminal man, aren't you?

When Pratt responded that taking guns away from law-abiding people - who comprise the vast majority of America's 85-million gun owners - would only make them more vulnerable, not to mention deny them their Second Amendment right to self-defense, Morgan couldn't contain himself:

"You're an unbelievably stupid man, aren't you?"

 

 

 

 

 

 

Morgan's characterization of Pratt, let alone his irrational anti-gun mentality, makes him a criminal in America - one that should land him on the first flight out of the country.

Americans are, of course, protected under the First Amendment to make their points of view well-known, even if (or especially if) they use their constitutionally protected voice to speak out against other rights enshrined in the Constitution.

 

But Morgan is not afforded those rights and protections. Using his broadcast as a position of influence he serves more as a criminal foreign agent when he stumps for positions that seek to deny Americans their constitutional rights.

Morgan may claim he has a First Amendment right in the U.S. to speak his mind, but here again he'd be wrong.

  • First of all, our Constitution applies to citizens of our country (and Morgan is no citizen)

     

  • Secondly, James Taranto of The Wall Street Journal noted that, in Kleindienst v. Mandel, a 1972 U.S. Supreme Court ruling, the high court signed off on a decision by then-U.S. Attorney General Richard Kleindienst to prevent Ernest Mandel, a Maxist, from entering the country. Kleindienst's decision, the court ruled, did not violate the First Amendment.
     

  • Further, it is inconceivable to imagine that an American on British television would get away with subverting English law and tradition, perhaps by calling for the Queen to lose her thrown and be tossed out of the country; Morgan has repeatedly advocated for the repeal of the Second Amendment, a position he has no legal or even moral standing to make.
     

  • Finally, Morgan has joined with other anti-gun lobbyists such as New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to call for the constitutional rights of Americans - their birthrights, no less - to be limited, removed or revoked. This is a clear act of subversion, making him an enemy of the state who should be immediately deported.


 


There'll be no help from the administration, you can bet on that

There are more examples of Morgan's subversion.

 

Per InfoWars.com:

Morgan has ideologically aligned himself with other foreign agents in trashing the Constitution, including synthetic citizens like his CNN colleague Fareed Zakaria, the Communist Chinese government, and the Russian government (via state-controlled media).

Truly, Morgan represents a foreign threat to American law and liberty - a fact recognized by at least 76,000 signers of a White House petition demanding he be deported immediately.

"British Citizen and CNN television host Piers Morgan is engaged in a hostile attack against the U.S. Constitution by targeting the Second Amendment," the petition reads.

 

"We demand that Mr. Morgan be deported immediately for his effort to undermine the Bill of Rights and for exploiting his position as a national network television host to stage attacks against the rights of American citizens."

The petition received at least 25,000 signers by Monday, the number needed to require consideration and eventual response by the White House.

Of course, the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Barack Obama, happens to agree with the haughty Morgan, so he isn't likely to order his ever-compliant and equally complicit attorney general, Eric Holder, to investigate the criminal Brit.

 

So we're not holding our breath. Worse, Morgan likely knows it.

 

On Christmas Eve the bottom-dwelling CNN host Tweeted this taunt:

"Merry Christmas! Even to those who want me deported."

That might change, of course, should Morgan ever do something really bold, like back Arizona-style immigration enforcement or Florida-style voter registration.

 

 

 

 

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The Law Says Deport Piers Morgan
by Alex Jones

Paul Joseph Watson contributed to this report
December 23, 2012

from Infowars Website
 

 

 

Why Infowars is calling for his deportation

 

 

 

 


 

 

A petition on the White House website calling for CNN host Piers Morgan to be deported is likely to reach 25,000 signatures, a benchmark that will mandate a White House response.

 

The petition, which was initiated by Infowars, states;

British Citizen and CNN television host Piers Morgan is engaged in a hostile attack against the U.S. Constitution by targeting the Second Amendment.

 

We demand that Mr. Morgan be deported immediately for his effort to undermine the Bill of Rights and for exploiting his position as a national network television host to stage attacks against the rights of American citizens.

Infowars is calling for Morganís deportation for a number of very specific reasons.

  • Itís one thing for an American citizen to ideologically assault and trash the Constitution, although odious such activity would be protected under the First Amendment, but Piers Morgan is a foreigner in a position of influence on prime time television. He is a foreign agent using his power to lobby for the constitutional rights of American citizens to be overturned.

     

  • In response to Morganís claim about the First Amendment, James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal pointed to a transcript of Kleindienst v. Mandel, a 1972 U.S. Supreme Court ruling. It validated an effort by then attorney general Richard Kleindienst to refuse Marxist Belgian journalist Ernest Mandel entry into the country. The Court ruled that denying Mandel entry did not violate the First Amendment.

     

  • If I was on British television every night calling for the Queen to be dethroned and kicked out on the streets, many British people would also call for me to be deported. Morgan is subverting the very foundation of American freedom, the second amendment.

     

  • In joining with others like Mayor Bloomberg to lobby for Americansí rights to be revoked and their property and birthright to be removed, Morgan is committing a clear act of subversion and should be deported. The fact that he is visiting with President Obama and posing for photos with him is also of grave concern.

     

  • Morgan has ideologically aligned himself with other foreign agents in trashing the Constitution, including synthetic citizens like his CNN colleague Fareed Zakaria, the Communist Chinese government, and the Russian government (via state-controlled media).

     

  • In other tweets, Morgan openly brags about how he is a foreign agent coming to conquer America.

     

  • Piers Morganís claim that he had no knowledge of the phone hacking scandal has been described by Lord Justice Leveson as ďutterly unpersuasiveĒ. Morgan should be extradited back to Britain to face charges for his alleged involvement in the scandal.

     

  • Public officials tasked with representing the interests of the American people have to swear an oath to uphold and protect the Constitution. In aggressively and repeatedly attempting to eviscerate that very Constitution, Piers Morgan has singled himself out as a threat to the liberties of the American people.

Although itís likely that the White House will be forced to issue a glib response to the petition, we donít think itís likely that Piers Morgan will be deported.

 

However, if all the media attention that has been focused on Morganís offensive and dangerous rhetoric serves as a reminder that foreigners have no business telling Americans what rights should and should not apply to them under the Constitution, then the White House petition will have been worth it.