The Senate Sergeant At Arms and Doorkeeper (SAA), elected by the members, serves as the protocol and chief law enforcement officer of the Senate and is the executive officer responsible for most support services in the Senate.
“As the Senate’s chief law enforcement officer, the SAA supervises the Senate wing of the Capitol, maintaining security in the Capitol and in all the Senate buildings, and controlling access to the Senate Chamber and galleries through a team of doorkeepers. The SAA also protects the senators and can arrest and detain any person violating Senate rules. On the orders of the Senate, the SAA is the only person who can arrest the president of the United States. Additionally, the SAA can compel senators to come to the Senate Chamber to establish a quorum.
As a member of the Capitol Police Board, the SAA also helps to oversee the operations of the United States Capitol Police. Alternating with the House Sergeant At Arms, the Senate SAA serves as chairman of the Capitol Police Board every other year.”
I have posted this to emphasize the substantive nature of the earlier posts regarding the most critical time in American history. It is that time when the elections of this year have determined the fate of the Senate and before the new session is seated (November 4th until January 20th). It is in this period of time that Obama is most likely to try to install martial law having created a massive crisis across America. It is in his nature to do so, because with the change of the Senate majority to Republicans and with a courageous leadership, the Sergeant At Arms could be instructed by a vote of the Senate to arrest the President. This presumptive President will double down as he has in the past rather than face the music of his fraud and criminal actions. The courage needed to arrest him will be contingent on a commitment to the Rule of Law on the part of the majority of Senators. I look forward to seeing Democrats repenting of their past errors and joining Republicans in righting this wrong done to the Republic.