Seems Kim's law team has declined any involvement with OathKeepers. See the update.
I just feel like they chose her case in order to get publicity as allies of her religious cause. It reminds me of their decision last year to ally themselves with a bunch of anti-Mexican-immigrant groups, on the dubious (IMHO) grounds that "Obama and his minions are directly engaged in a planned, concerted, coordinated invasion of our nation". They are turning themselves into the right-wing militia that they always claimed not to be, because they can find more supporters that way. At least, that's how it looks to me.
So now you're going to compare apples to oranges? Are we now going to relive a long ago arguement as regards the border?
Which of course will turn into a debacle since those of us who have actually lived along the border know the realities of the situation.
Let me ask you a question , are *you* a member of the Oathkeepers? Have *you* actually done anything of note about any of these issues the group has gotten involved with? Or is it yet another case of someone who refuses to participate wanting to set policy for an entire group who *actually* is doing something?
And why wouldn't the Oathkeepers aim for some exposure? How would the message that we stand against unconstitutional orders get out without said exposure.
And since we're now getting it from BOTH sides then eventually a good many members will just say " screw it" , would you rather have that?