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“acts of violence within any State or States against the authority of the United States are insurrectionary….” Lincoln March 4 1861
It took around 6000 troops in a town of almost 6000 to control white rioters who opposed integration of the University of Mississippi by one African-American student. Governor Barnett was nearly sent to jail for opposing the Federal Court Order. The Trump Administration has a little over 100 federal law enforcement officers protecting a Federal courthouse in Portland and Oregon Governor Brown pretends it is an occupation. The Portland rioters are mostly white.
Many protest-rioters attacking police and doing property crimes thoughout the country are using black umbrellas. A protester stood near JF Kennedy with a black umbrella when he was assassinated. It was a clear winter day. Coincidence? Maybe yes. Maybe no. Terrorists love symbolism.
President Kennedy also spoke against mob rule.
James Meredith University of Mississippi 1962 Integration Riot Newsreel.
1860s Republican President Lincoln speaks for the Union:
“It follows from these views that no State upon its own mere motion can lawfully get out of the Union; that resolves and ordinances to that effect are legally void, and that acts of violence within any State or States against the authority of the United States are insurrectionary or revolutionary, according to circumstances.” Lincoln March 4 1861 
A Democratic Governor for states rights:
“I speak to you as your Governor in a solemn hour in the history of our great state and in our nation’s history. I speak to you now in the moment of our greatest crisis since the War Between the States. In the absence of constitutional authority and without legislative action, an ambitious federal government, employing naked and arbitrary power, has decided to deny us the right of self-determination in the conduct of the affairs of our sovereign state”. 
The words of Oregon Governor Kate Brown? No. The words of Dixiecrat Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett in 1962 complaining about northern Democrats President Kennedy and AG Kennedy enforcing Federal law-court order on integration. As Republicans of the 1960s, Governor Browns’ family surely opposed Kennedy and President Johnson and likely opposed Civil Rights.
 GOVERNOR BARNETT’S DECLARATION TO THE PEOPLE OF MISSISSIPPI
BROADCAST VIA TV AND RADIO SEPTEMBER 13, 1962 https://microsites.jfklibrary.org/olemiss/controversy/doc2.html
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