Sen. Cotton Demands White House ‘Send in the Troops’ to Crush ‘Lawlessness’


Arkansas Republican Senator Tom Cotton is continuing to beat the drums of military occupation, penning an op-ed in the New York Times on Wednesday saying US President Donald Trump should “send in the troops” as mass protests against police brutality enter their ninth day.

Across the United States, state governors have brought up an almost unprecedented amount of soldiers to quell the continued unrest, which has included rioting and looting, as well as peaceful marches and demonstrations. Despite this, Cotton has taken up the call for deploying active-duty military service members on US soil, terming the protesters “insurrectionists.”

“Send in the troops. The nation must restore order,” Cotton wrote in the NYT opinion piece. “The military stands ready.”


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