The Corporate-Bankster “Resistance” and the Death of Due Process

The so-called “Resistance” against Donald Trump and establishment Republicans has dispensed with due process, an enduring principle dating back centuries to the Magna Carta and its clause 61. The term “due process” appeared in the statutory version of the Magna Carta the following century, in 1354. Both the Fifth and Fourteenth amendments contain a due process clause. 

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